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Clapham Junction is not in Clapham; instead, it is a railway station in Battersea, part of the Wandsworth Borough. It is on routes from Victoria and Waterloo and the number of trains passing through it make Clapham Junction Station the busiest in Europe, as well as the busiest UK interchange station. For those arriving at Clapham Junction by car, the question is; where to park near Clapham Junction station?
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Some additional information about parking in clapham junction station, to cater to all your parking needs
On-street parking around Clapham Junction is divided into four zones:
These charges are Monday to Saturday; parking spaces are free on Sunday.
The only off-street parking in the area immediately around Clapham Junction station is in shopping developments, though there are car parks further away in Battersea.
Clapham Junction station is on both the South Western and Brighton main lines, as well as numerous other routes which diverge here from the main lines, providing excellent connections throughout the southeast and south coast areas and fairly good connections to the south-west. The mainline journey to Victoria allows interchange with the Northern underground line to Euston and King’s Cross/St Pancras, from which mainline trains run to the North and Scotland.
All parts of the capital can be reached from Transport for London bus routes leaving Clapham Junction station, though it may be necessary to change buses.
Most disabled parking bays are in zone C2, there is only one in zone C1, and there are none in the other two zones. Blue Badge holders can park in all parking spaces without paying and for an unlimited time unless a sign specifically prevents this.
Priority red routes criss-cross Battersea; they are marked by red lines, and no stopping is permitted except in emergency or to set down or pick up a disabled person (permission which does not include waiting), and certainly no parking. Parts of Battersea are in Controlled Parking Zones (CPZs), where on-street parking is restricted to permit holders between 09:00 and 17:00 or (in some cases) 21:00 hours.
Christmas Day is the only bank holiday on which charges for parking spaces near Clapham Junction station are suspended, though it should be noted there is no charge for most parking spaces on Sundays.
Passengers can always be dropped off and picked up anywhere without yellow kerb markings, and in the case of disabled passengers, this includes red routes, though this does not convey a right to wait, and care should be taken on red routes since other drivers will not be expecting you to stop.
While both north Battersea and Clapham itself have several places worth a visit, the area around Clapham Junction station has little to commend it.