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North Shields is a large town on the north side of the mouth of the River Tyne, eight miles east of Newcastle. It’s a lot smaller than South Shields on the other side and very different, and this difference is also visible between North Shields and its near neighbours, Tynemouth and Whitley Bay. They both expanded as seaside resorts, but North Shields was a fishing and shipbuilding town and has its own distinct life and culture. The question visitors need an answer to is: Where to park in North Shields?
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There are 609 pay and display parking spaces in North Shields streets. Signs indicate where ticket machines are situated and the regulations covering each area. The great majority have no maximum stay; of 28 separate pay and display areas, only two (Bell Street and Union Quay, both on the Fish Quay) limit the stay, to two hours in each case. They each also share a rate of one penny per minute, which is hardly excessive, and Upper Camden Street and West Percy Street both charge two pence per minute; in all other cases, the rate is 50p per hour.