Selby Train Station Parking
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The Selby Train Station is located on Station Road near the Selby Railway Swing Bridge. It services the Hull Trains, LNER, Transpennine Express and northern lines. The ticket office is open from Monday to Friday from 6am to 7:45pm, on Saturday from 6am to 7:45pm, and on Sunday from 9:15am to 7pm. There is also a self-service ticket machine on platform 1. There is covered storage for bikes, as well as pay phones, public Wi-Fi, a post box, and wheelchairs. You’ll also find a taxi rank outside the station.
Selby is home to around 15,000 people and is thought to have been the birthplace of King Henry I. The town hosts events like the Towerfest Music Festival, the Selby Food & Drink Festival, and an annual Christmas Market. Selby is home to an abbey which was built back in 1069 and is still in use to this day.
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Parking at the Selby Train Station
Selby Train Station parking is located in the on-site car park. There are 130 spaces in total, with 3 disabled spaces. This car park is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The cost of using this car park is as follows:
- Daily rate: £3.90
- Weekly rate: £3.90
- Monthly rate: £47
- Quarterly rate: £112
- Annual rate: £340
You will also find several council-run car parks in Selby:
- Short stay car parks:
- Micklegate (52 spaces), YO8 4EA.
- Church Hill (8 spaces), YO8 4PL
- Selby Park (32 spaces), YO8 4PR
- Market Cross (48 spaces), YO8 4QB
- Audus Street (51 spaces), YO8 4HJ
- South Parade (54 spaces), YO8 4HE
- Portholme Crescent (146 spaces) YO8 4YR
- Selby Leisure Centre Car Park (130 spaces) YO8 4BL
- Long stay car parks:
- Back Micklegate (198 spaces), YO8 3GH
- Portholme Road, former Civic Centre (106 spaces), YO8 4SB
The cost of short term parking is as follows:
- Up to 1 hour - 50p
- Up to 2 hours - £1
- Over 2 hours - £5.40
- Traders pay £14.30 per space per day
The cost of long term parking is as follows:
- Up to 3 hours - £1.20
- Over 3 hours - £3
- Traders pay £10.60 per space per day
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Selby Abbey was built in 1069 and is still open to visitors to this day. It is home to the original 14th century Washington Window which features the Washington family coat of arms. This design was the model for the American flag. The Abbey is open to visitors from 10am to 3pm each day, and offers weekly reflections, bible readings, and Sunday prayers. The Abbey also hosts weddings, baptisms and funerals.
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By Bus: Several bus lines run through Selby, including 4A, 6, 42, 64, 403, 405, 476, 495, and 496.
By Car: Selby is 25 minutes’ drive south of York, and 40 minutes’ drive from Leeds.
Disabled Parking at Selby Train Station
There are 3 accessible parking spaces within the Selby Train Station car park.
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to Selby Train Station, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
The closest electric charging station is outside the Dovecote Barns in Kelfield, about 15 minutes’ drive from Selby.
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Overnight, Weekends & Bank Holidays
Parking costs a flat rate of £3.90 per day at the Selby Train Station, even on Saturdays and Sundays. There are also options for weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual rates for parking at the Selby Train Station.
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Where is the Selby Train Station located?
The Selby Train Station is on Station Road on the edge of Selby town centre. It’s just past the Selby Railway Swing Bridge.
Can I store my bike here?
Yes, there is sheltered storage available outside the entrance to the station and on platform 1. There are 224 spaces in total for bikes, and CCTV in the shelter.
What other facilities are there at the station?
You will find sheltered bike storage, a taxi rank outside the station, pay phones, a post box, public Wi-Fi, refreshment facilities, and wheelchairs for passengers to use.
How accessible is the station?
There is step-free access available throughout the station, however access to platforms 2 and 3 is via a crossing which can only be used with staff assistance. The staffing hours of this station are from Monday to Saturday from 6am to 7:45pm, and Sunday from 9:15am to 7pm.
What events take place in Selby?
Selby is home to a range of different events. The Selby Food & Drink Festival has food stalls, demonstrations by professional chefs, live music, and entertainment. The Christmas Market has over 40 stalls with crafts, gifts, food and drink, with performances by local choirs and bands. There is also a Children’s Literature Festival which attracts 3,500 children and their families each year. Towerfest is a music festival which takes place over a number of days, and is known as north England's premier open-air country music festival.
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