Tower Place West Car Park, The City

Location and opening hours

Tower Place West Car Park
Car Park, Tower Place West, The City,
London  EC3R 5BU
+44 (0) 870 241 7492
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More car parks

Other car parks close to this one:

Tower Hill Car Park is in Tower Hill, about ⅓ mile from Tower Place West Car Park.

Sureway Car Parks is in Mansell Street, about ⅓ mile away. It provides 24 hour car parking.

Union Car Parks is in Bermondsey Street, approximately ½ mile from Tower Place West Car Park.

Snowsfields Car Park is in Snowsfields, approximately half-a-mile away.

Union Car Parks is in St. Thomas Street, approximately ½ mile from Tower Place West Car Park.

Royal Mint Street Car Park is in Royal Mint Street, approximately half-a-mile away.

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Local petrol stations

Texaco Service Station is in The Highway, less than a mile away, and provides a convenience shop, vacuum cleaners, tyre pressues, water fill-ups, car wash.

Shell Service Station is at 139-149 Whitechapel Road, around a mile from Tower Place West 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.

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