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Information about parking near Norwich Station
Norwich is the county town of Norfolk and regarded as the East Anglian capital. It lies on the River Wensum, around 100 miles north-east of London. From the medieval period up until the Industrial Revolution, it was one of the largest and most important cities in the UK.
Some additional information about parking in norwich station, to cater to all your parking needs
There are some on-street parking spaces within easy walking distance of the station, including four pay-and-display spaces at Recorder Road just over the River Wensum. Some free spaces can be found at Lower Clarence Road or Thorpe Road, though the latter has a 30-minute restriction during peak hours.
Stracey Road has a mixture of free on-street parking and permit parking, and is about six or seven minutes away from the station by foot. The time limit for most of these on-street spaces is two hours, so they’re adequate for meeting passengers or buying tickets, etc. Anyone who is catching a train should opt for off-street parking instead.