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Situated along the East Coast Mainline, Newark North Gate railway station serves the English market town of Newark-On-Trent in Nottinghamshire. The station is Grade II listed and accompanies a more central mainline station in the town – Newark Castle. Parking near Newark North Gate station is plentiful, with three car parks available in the immediate area operated by the railway car parks and National Car Parks (NCP).
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On-street parking is limited and subject to restrictions, however you can find any parking available around Newark North Gate Station by using the search form on this page. Consider that on-street parking is in high demand and finding a space may be difficult.
Off-street parking near Newark North Gate Station is an excellent option if you need to park nearby and are looking for safe and affordable options. North Car Park is available at the station and provides 289 spaces with a range of ticket options. NCP also operates large car parks close to the station.
Newark North Gate Station is served by an extensive bus network, with onward travel available towards the town centre of Newark, as well as other final destinations. The station is also served by a taxi rank with a taxi usually available, meaning pre-booking isn’t necessary. Bookings can be made with local taxi operators for arrivals or departures in the early morning or late at night, when taxis are less likely to be waiting at the rank.
Disabled bays are available at car parks serving Newark North Gate station, with council run car parks requiring a blue badge to be displayed at all times, in addition to a disc timer clock. It’s advised that you research any restrictions that may impact your parking for your journey and take note that if parked in a regular bay, normal charges will apply. 3 hours of parking are offered for free in council run car parks, providing you park in a disabled bay and display a blue badge. Parking is not allowed on double yellow lines at any time in council run car parks, and this ban also applies to blue badge holders.
Parking restrictions are in place in Newark, particularly for on-street parking with enforcement officers patrolling and issuing fines to anyone in breach of parking regulations and restrictions. When parking, particularly on-street, please ensure you read any signs that many indicate the maximum time you may park there and ensure you pay and display when necessary.
Restrictions and charges may be different on weekends and Bank Holidays, particularly if any major events are taking place in the area. Plan ahead if you are travelling and parking near Newark North Gate Station on a bank holiday or event days to ensure you aren’t hit by any sudden surprises.
Designated parking near Newark North Gate station is available for picking up or dropping off. The time you can park in these bays will be restricted however, so pay attention to the time limit and how long you have been there.
The market place is a focal point in the town of Newark. The ruins of Newark Castle are also in the area, as well as the Church of St Mary Magdalene, which is a Grade I listed building.