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    Hi,

    I have booked an open day at warwick on 23rd april but am not sure how to get to there from coventry rail station. I need to get to the maths building. (Detailed) help would be much appreciated as I am confused about when/where/which bus to catch and am feeling unreasonably stressed about this. Thank you!

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    How much are the bus fares?
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    (Original post by PardonMyFrench96)
    Hi,

    I have booked an open day at warwick on 23rd april but am not sure how to get to there from coventry rail station. I need to get to the maths building. (Detailed) help would be much appreciated as I am confused about when/where/which bus to catch and am feeling unreasonably stressed about this. Thank you!

    P.S.

    How much are the bus fares?
    When you get off the train, you will need to head off the platform and exit the building to your left to head towards the correct bus stop (follow the orange lines in the attachment).

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    You will need to catch either the 11 or the 12. The 11 will be heading to Leamington Spa via the University and the 12 will be heading just for the University of Warwick. It will cost either £1.80 or £1.90 for a single (it seems to change based on the day and the bus driver ) and it's exact change only.

    You will need to get off the bus at the Sports Centre bus stop. It will look like the attachment and the bus stop is circled.

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    Then cross the bridge (you can just about see in the previous attachment and the building is the one in the far corner!

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    (Note: That last attachment has quite an outdated satellite image. The building works you can see slightly to the right of the lines are now complete, and there's a new building on the grass patch at the back).
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    (Original post by Nirgilis)
    When you get off the train, you will need to head off the platform and exit the building to your left to head towards the correct bus stop (follow the orange lines in the attachment).

    Name:  Screen Shot 2014-04-17 at 13.57.16.jpg
Views: 97
Size:  151.4 KB

    You will need to catch either the 11 or the 12. The 11 will be heading to Leamington Spa via the University and the 12 will be heading just for the University of Warwick. It will cost either £1.80 or £1.90 for a single (it seems to change based on the day and the bus driver ) and it's exact change only.

    You will need to get off the bus at the Sports Centre bus stop. It will look like the attachment and the bus stop is circled.

    Name:  Screen Shot 2014-04-17 at 14.05.13.jpg
Views: 91
Size:  125.4 KB

    Then cross the bridge (you can just about see in the previous attachment and the building is the one in the far corner!

    Name:  Screen Shot 2014-04-17 at 14.06.56.jpg
Views: 90
Size:  171.5 KB

    (Note: That last attachment has quite an outdated satellite image. The building works you can see slightly to the right of the lines are now complete, and there's a new building on the grass patch at the back).
    You beautiful thing! Thanks, very helpful!
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    (Original post by Nirgilis)
    When you get off the train, you will need to head off the platform and exit the building to your left to head towards the correct bus stop (follow the orange lines in the attachment).

    Name:  Screen Shot 2014-04-17 at 13.57.16.jpg
Views: 97
Size:  151.4 KB

    You will need to catch either the 11 or the 12. The 11 will be heading to Leamington Spa via the University and the 12 will be heading just for the University of Warwick. It will cost either £1.80 or £1.90 for a single (it seems to change based on the day and the bus driver ) and it's exact change only.

    You will need to get off the bus at the Sports Centre bus stop. It will look like the attachment and the bus stop is circled.

    Name:  Screen Shot 2014-04-17 at 14.05.13.jpg
Views: 91
Size:  125.4 KB



    Then cross the bridge (you can just about see in the previous attachment and the building is the one in the far corner!

    Name:  Screen Shot 2014-04-17 at 14.06.56.jpg
Views: 90
Size:  171.5 KB

    (Note: That last attachment has quite an outdated satellite image. The building works you can see slightly to the right of the lines are now complete, and there's a new building on the grass patch at the back).

    Quick question, just looked at the bus timetable - it only stops at the arts centre and the security office?
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    Quick question, just looked at the bus timetable - it only stops at the arts centre and the security office?
    :nah: . That's only included the 'major' bus stops along the way. So long as you push the 'stop' button after the security office bus stop, it will stop at the sports centre stop
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    (Original post by Nirgilis)
    :nah: . That's only included the 'major' bus stops along the way. So long as you push the 'stop' button after the security office bus stop, it will stop at the sports centre stop
    haha thanks.
 
 
 
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