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Train

There are two train stations in Cambridge, both at a distance from the city centre. We advise disembarking at Cambridge station rather than North Cambridge. 

There is a taxi stand outside the main train station. The fare from Cambridge station to the Faculty (one-way) should be less than £10. 

Car

It can be difficult to get parking near the Faculty, except for short visits. We recommend the Park & Ride facilities at Madingley (near Eddington) as served by a direct bus to the Sidgwick Site. There are other Park & Ride services served by buses but they are less convenient.

Bus 

The Universal bus services (U1 and U2) call at Cambridge train station (Stand 8) on the way between Addenbrookes (south of city centre) and Girton or Eddington (north of city centre). Stops are shown on the interactive map (courtesy of maps.cam.ac.uk). The two routes alternate approximately once every 15 minutes. U1 (toward Girton) stops closest to the Faculty of Divinity (stop: University Library). U2 (toward Eddington) stops near the end of West Road, around 4 minutes’ walk from the Faculty.

The bus journey takes around 12 minutes. Once at the Sidgwick Site, the Faculty is located off the parking area adjacent to West Road Concert Hall.

On foot

The Faculty is about 15 minutes' walk from central Cambridge, and 35-40 minutes’ walk from Cambridge train station. 

 

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