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Barter Books
Alnwick Station
Alnwick
Northumberland

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BARTER BOOKS is located in a listed Victorian railway station within 5 minutes' walk of both the Alnwick Garden and the town centre. As one of the largest secondhand bookshops in Britain, Barter Books has also become one of the top three tourist attractions in Alnwick, along with Alnwick Castle and Alnwick Garden.

Almost 350,000 secondhand books Antiquarian and rare books
Stock also includes DVDs, CDs and LPs
Internet Access
Children's Room
Booksearch
Station Buffet
Free Parking and disabled access.
Wee gift shop (including Keep Calm and Carry On posters, mugs, etc)

The Station Buffet serves a variety of home-made hot and cold food, including scones, soup, sandwiches, bacon butties, sausage sarnies, cupcakes and cakes, as well as various coffees (cappuccino, latte, espresso), teas, wine and cold drinks.

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Months Open: All year, daily, 0900-1700, (open 0900-1900 Thu and during the summer months).
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Car Parking: Yes - Free Parking
Admission Price: Free
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Station Buffet

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Alnwick Castle (0.20 miles)

Bondgate Gallery (0.21 miles)

Alnwick Garden (0.27 miles)

Bailiffgate Museum (0.35 miles)

House of Hardy Museum and Country Store (0.81 miles)

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