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Directions To St Andrews

Directions to the Home of Birmingham City FC……. St Andrews

Directions to the Home of Birmingham City FC……. St Andrews



b>From the North:

Follow the M6 as far a junction 6, exiting towards A38 (M) / Birmingham. After about ½ mile, merge onto the A5127 / Aston Expy, taking the ramp onto the A38 / Aston Rd after about 500 yards. After about a mile, take the 1st exit at the roundabout (A4540 / Dartmouth Circus) towards Lichfield / A45 / A47 / B`ham. After passing through 3 roundabouts, take a slight left onto St. Andrew`s Road.

From the South East:

The recommended route is via the M1 / M6. Exit the M6 at junction 6, towards Birmingham (cen.) / A38 (M). Merge onto the A5127 / Aston Expy, and then follow directions as above.

From South West:

Follow the M5 as far as junction 3, exiting onto the A456 (signed Birmingham Cen. / Birmingham W. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit towards Birmingham, following the A456 through 2 roundabouts. Take the ramp onto Hagley Road West. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto A4540 / Islington Row. Follow the A4540, taking the 1st exit at the roundabout, signed A4540 / Highgate Middleway. Pass through 2 roundabouts, continuing on the A4540 as far a Garrison Circus and taking the 4th exit, signed A4540 / Watery Ln. St. Andrew`s Road is the next left turn.

By Rail:

The nearest railway station to the stadium is Bordesley, on the Birmingham-Stratford Line which has regular services on match days. The stadium is a 20-minute walk from Birmingham New Street station, which is served by direct trains from most parts of the country, and slightly less far from Birmingham Moor Street, which is served by trains from London Marylebone. Additionally, Digbeth Coach Station is a 15-minute walk away, with regular services to the stadium.

Taxis

There are several taxi companies in Birmingham that can take you to and from St Andrews. You can always pre-book a private hire taxi, or hail a black cab on any highway.

Writer:Foxxy
Date:Tuesday May 29 2012
Time: 1:04PM

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