Salford New Bailey
Salford, in Greater Manchester, sits in an attractive location on a bend of the Irwell River and is three miles from the centre of the city. From an obscure village, it grew to become a major player in the Industrial Revolution as a cotton town, eclipsing even Manchester in importance at one point. The production of silk and cloth was industrialised here, and the river was used for dyeing and bleaching. Salford Quays connected Salford to Manchester via the Manchester Ship Canal. Today, the town is renowned for its green spaces, and Salford Quays has been regenerated and is full of trendy bars and clubs. Many media and digital industries are based here too.
The town’s growth has meant an increase in demand for parking in Salford. So NCP’s Salford car park at New Bailey is situated conveniently close to the main shopping area and the Quays, for hassle-free parking. Leave your car here when you visit and you won’t have far to walk.
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Salford Central Train Station Parking
Opened in 1838, Salford Central Train Station was constructed originally as a terminus for the important Manchester and Bolton Railway. Today it has two platforms and connects the town with London Victoria, Southport, Wigan and a number of other towns and cities. Leave your car at the nearby NCP New Bailey Salford car park if you’re meeting a passenger or heading off for a day.
The Lowry Hotel Parking
The award-winning Lowry hotel has an attractive location on the banks of the Irwell in Salford. With its distinctive glass-fronted and curving façade it makes a great place to stay when visiting the town, and its facilities include a riverside restaurant with beautiful views.
Weekend special rate is only valid on Saturdays and Sundays. Entry from 09:00 and latest exit 17:00. Fixed rate of £7 for 1 - 8 hours.