Pallet Storage, Fulfilment Services & Warehouse Space in Durham


Durham is a city within County Durham in North East England. It is the county town of the larger ceremonial county of Durham and is close to a number of other major cities in the area, including Newcastle upon Tyne, Chester-le-Street and Sunderland to the north, and Darlington to the south. Although a relatively small city it is notable for being home to two UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Durham Cathedral is one of the largest examples of Norman architecture in the British Isles; and nearby Durham Castle, which has been home to the city’s university since 1932. The city is also home to HM Prison Durham, located near the city centre.

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Transport in Durham

Entry to Durham via railway is a spectacular affair, as trains coming from the south cross a Victorian viaduct high above the city’s terraced houses. The East Coast Main Line connects the city to Edinburgh and London. It is served by two airports – Newcastle Airport and Durham Tees Valley Airport – both lying approximately 25 miles from the city. The modern incarnation of the ancient Great North Road formerly passed to the west of Durham as what is now the A167. It is now to be found on the other side of the city as the A1 (M). The UK’s first congestion charging areas was introduced in the city in 2002 and covers the Market Place and peninsula. A Park and Ride service offers buses every 10 minutes from key sites around the city to the city centre.



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