Nelson Street Car Park, Nelson Street, Shadwell

Location and opening hours

Nelson Street Car Park
Address:
Car Park, Nelson Street, Shadwell,
London  E1 2DQ
Buses:
15, 25, 115, 135, 211, 254
Trains:
Shadwell DLR OVR, Whitechapel DSC OVR H&C

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More car parks

Other car parks close to this one:

Hessel Street Car Park is in Hessel Street, less than ¼ mile from Nelson Street Car Park, and has an open parking area.

Arch Parking is in Back Church Lane, approximately half-a-mile away. This car park can accommodate up to 30 cars. Daily, weekly and monthly tickets are also available.

Cambridge Heath Road Car Park is in Cambridge Heath Road, approximately ½ mile from Nelson Street Car Park.

Porters Walk Car Park is in Porters Walk, approximately half-a-mile away. Situated just outside 'The Congestion Charge Zone' is Tobacco Dock multi storey car park. It is easily located by following the large signs from the Highway, E1 to the car park entrance which is situated a third of the way down Wapping Lane ( London E1) on the left hand side.

Old Montague Street Car Park is in Old Montague Street, approximately ½ mile from Nelson Street Car Park, and provides 24 hour car parking, open parking area.

Cable Street Car Park is in Cable Street, roughly ¾ miles away.

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Local petrol stations

Shell Service Station is in Whitechapel Road, approximately ½ mile from Nelson Street Car Park. Shell Service Station is a chain of petrol stations which also act as mini shops, selling drinks, snacks, newspapers and confectionery. They also sell mobile top up cards.

BP Connect is at 102-106 The Highway, approximately half-a-mile away. It provides a convenience shop, vacuum cleaners, tyre pressues, water fill-ups, 24 hour opening.

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