| ICAME 28|
May 23-27 2007, Stratford-upon-Avon
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May 29 2007
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We advise participants to fly to Birmingham if possible. An alternative option is to fly to London Heathrow. Both options involve travel to Stratford-upon-Avon by taxi, train or coach.
See nationalrail.co.uk for train timetables/prices and nationalexpress.com for coach timetables/prices. There is a map showing the locations of railway and coach stations in Birmingham city centre here.
There is a map of Stratford-upon-Avon here.
Travelling from Birmingham International Airport
Option 1: Taxi to Stratford-upon-Avon – 26 miles, ca. £40-45 single price (£50 for return journey on Sunday). If you are interested in sharing a taxi with other delegates who may be arriving at the same time, please email your flight details to rdues @ uce.ac.uk and we will try to arrange this.
Option 2: Train to Birmingham New Street; short walk to Birmingham Moor Street; then train from Birmingham Moor Street to Stratford.
Option 3: National Express coach to Birmingham Digbeth coach station (20 mins). Then coach to Stratford.
Travelling from London Heathrow Airport
Option 1: Underground (tube) to Marylebone Station; then Chiltern Railways train from Marylebone to Stratford-upon-Avon. The Chiltern Railways train runs every 2 hours, through attractive countryside.
Option 2: Heathrow Express train service to London Paddington station; tube to Euston station; Virgin train London Euston - Birmingham New Street; short walk to Birmingham Moor Street; then train from Birmingham Moor Street to Stratford.
Option 3: Taxi to Central London (45-60 minutes). Fare ca. £45. Then as Option 1 or 2 above.
Option 4: National Express coach to Birmingham Digbeth coach station, then coach from Birmingham to Stratford. The total journey time is 5 hours 15 minutes.
Option 5: Car journey - 90 miles, ca 1 hour 45 minutes [Route plan].
N.B. Possible confusions
1. There are 2 main Stratfords in the UK: Stratford-(up)on-Avon, Warwickshire and Stratford in East London. ICAME is being held in the former.
2. The railway station at Birmingham Airport is called Birmingham International, and the main railway station in Birmingham city centre is called Birmingham New Street.
3. Trains to Stratford-upon-Avon are NOT available from Birmingham New Street station. To travel to Stratford by train you must take a short walk from New Street station to Birmingham Moor Street station (see map). The route is signposted.
Dedicated to the memory of John Sinclair (1933-2007)
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