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Elwick services


A19 between Easington and Middlesbrough

Signposted from the road.


TS27 3HH

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Two sites located between junctions, with no public connection between them.

Sometimes known simply as the A19 services.


COVID-19 update: These details were updated on 17 March 2021, with changes caused by COVID-19.
Catering: southbound only: Temporarily closed Forecourt: Shell, Londis, Chicago Town Pizza, Costa Express, f'real Milkshakes, Rollover, Tango Ice Blast, Air1 AdBlue, Free Cash Machine

Parking Prices

Short stay customer parking is available for all vehicles. Overnight HGV parking is available at £12 per night.

Prices are paid in the shop, and can be paid using GBP, Euros, using fuel cards or SNAP.

This information is provided to us by third parties. You should always check with staff on site.

Contact Details

🏢 Address:
A19 Filling Station
County Durham
TS27 3HH

🌍 Operators (Official Websites):

Trivia and History

The northbound forecourt started as Gunnersvale Garage, which was built in the 1960s. A few years later the A19 was upgraded to a dual carriageway and this became a northbound-only facility, so in 1975 the southbound side was built.

In 2007, planning permission was granted to significantly expand the northbound side by building a drive-thru restaurant and a 40-bed hotel to the north of the filling station. In 2008, planning permission was also granted to significantly expand the southbound side. These plans included a drive-thru restaurant, standalone restaurant and 120-bed hotel to the north of the existing OK Diner restaurant. The northbound plans were also amended in 2008 with the hotel now proposed to include 80 rooms. The planning applications were later extended in 2012 however nothing ever came of either of the plans and both sites have large plots of empty land to this day. The Ron Perry website still claims that development for a restaurant and hotel are still available and that you should 'check back soon for further details of an exciting new project'.

The fuel supplier changed from Total to BP in 2008 and from BP to Shell in June 2019.

The filling stations used to be home to a pair of cafés called 'A19 Cafe', but these were replaced by Subway in late 2014. The filling station stores were re-branded during 2017 from Mace to Londis. The Subway stores were also replaced in 2020 for several grab and go options.


Easington (11 miles)Services on the A19Wynyard Park (2 miles)