How to get to Stockton Central Library
Stockton Central Library is located off Church Road, Stockton-on-Tees, TS18 1TU.
By Rail | Stockton railway station is located at Bishopton Lane, Stockton-on-Tees, TS18 2AJ, aproximately 400m from the library. Stockton is served by trains between Nunthorpe, Middlesbrough, Newcastle (via Sunderland), Hexham and Carlisle with connections required for Darlington mainline and TransPennine services via York and Middlesbrough.
By Bus | For local and regional bus services, visit the journey planner at Connect Tees Valley.
Student shuttle between Durham and Queen’s Campus via Stockton Town Centre | In term-time a University campus shuttle bus runs between Harvard Avenue (outside Queen’s Campus) to Stockton town centre, then to Durham, calling at the Maiden Castle sports centre, the Science Site, New Elvet and the bus station. Daytime services are half-hourly, evening is hourly | More info on services
By Car | Free evening parking is at the rear of the library—turn into the street named The Square towards the river, entering the car park through barriers on the right.
When you arrive | The lecture room is located to the east (back) of the ground floor library area through two sets of double doors. Enter through the main library doors at the front of the building. Please show your membership card and sign the visitor’s book when you arrive. Guests are asked to pay a £4 fee each—but annual membership is much better value.