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Birmingham City Football Club,

St. Andrew’s Stadium
Birmingham
B9 4RL
 

Birmingham City Football Club is located a mile and a half from Birmingham city centre and is easily accessible from all major road routes and motorway networks.

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Transport links
Nearest train stations
Birmingham New Street: 1.9 miles
– Adderley Park: 0.5miles
Birmingham Moor Street: 1.4 miles
Bordesley Station: 0.6 miles

Bus routes
St. Andrew’s is served by a number of bus routes.

Nearest motorways
M5, M6, M40, M42

Read more at http://www.bcfc.com/tickets/New_To_St_Andrews.aspx#Rv4wQKWsAHm0UdGM.99


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Surgeons’ Hall

Nicolson Street
Edinburgh
EH8 9DW 

Surgeons’ Hall is situated at the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, approximately 10 minutes walk from Princes Street or Edinburgh Castle.

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Transport links

BY RAIL

Edinburgh Waverley Station is 10 minutes’ walk from the College. Please exit Waverley via the Market Street opening.

Take a right and then 1st left onto Cockburn Street and follow the road/hill until the top. Take a left of the top of Cockburn Street onto The Royal Mile. At the 1st set of lights, take a right onto North Bridge and continue along this route until the College is on your left on Nicolson Street, opposite the Festival Theatre. Once in the front gates, please follow the relevant signage for your event. A taxi rank is located just outside the station.

A Taxi to Surgeons’ Hall would cost around £5.00. Train times can be checked using the contact details below.

BY ROAD

Access by car to Surgeons’ Hall can be via many routes. You are therefore advised to go onto a route planner to map your journey.

Parking
There is no private parking at Surgeons’ Hall. There are metered parking spaces on Roxburgh Place, Richmond Place, and Chambers Street. There is also parking in Nicolson Square beside the Clydesdale Bank for approx. £7 per day.

PARK & RIDE

There are seven park and rides operating in and around Edinburgh – Ingliston, Hermiston, Straiton, Sheriffhall, Newcraighall, Wallyford and Ferrytoll.

http://lothianbuses.com/getting-around/park-and-ride

BY TRAM

The Edinburgh tram route covers 14km from Edinburgh Airport all the way to York Place in the city centre. Stops at Haymarket and Edinburgh Park stations and Ingliston Park & Ride connect trams with rail and bus services along the way.

Every tram stop has ticket vending machines where you can buy Single Tickets and Day Tickets. Return Tickets are also available for journeys to or from Edinburgh Airport only. The ticket vending machines accept most debit and credit cards (£3 minimum spend) as well as 5p, 10p, 20p, 50p, £1 and £2 coins. No change is given.

For further information: Bus and Tram times & information – 0131 555 6563

BY PLANE

The Airlink bus service departs from just outside the domestic arrivals terminal and the journey to the city centre takes just 30 minutes. Buses leave approximately every 10 minutes. The final destination is Waverley Bridge.

www.flybybus.com

Alternatively, the Edinburgh Trams also depart from the airport to the city centre and the journey takes approximately 35 minutes. Trams depart approximately every 10 minutes.

read more at: www.surgeonshall.com/where-we-are/