Plymouth Park and ride

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  1. geoff1947

    geoff1947 Read Only Funster

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    anyone wishing to visit Plymouth are to be aware that the P & R at Marsh Mills (Opposite Sainsbury's) now has a 6' 3"barrier. However there is a small secluded car park to the far end of the B & Q store and within 200yds of the P & R.:Eeek:
     
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    Lazy drivers !

    The Shrewsbury park and rides also have barriers, but you park where the buses are because they can't be arsed to unlock the barrier as per the signs !! :thumb:
     
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    Warden

    the P&R used to have a great warden there but due to cuts etc they moved him and put the barrier up
     
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    stay at riverside caravan site around the corner only a short walk away :thumb:
     
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    As far as I know the Milehouse and George Junction P&R car parks don't have height barriers - and motorhomes can stay overnight too.

    Andy
     
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