It's not hard to travel by train towards the University of Manchester because of our proximity to three huge railway programs.
We are located near to both Piccadilly main range section (about two and a half hours from London) and Oxford Road train section, with Victoria stop slightly further away.
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Piccadilly station to Sackville Street
The Sackville Street section of the campus is five full minutes' walk of Piccadilly facility. Leave the section through the Fairfield Street exit (where in fact the taxi position is), cross London path, and down Fairfield Street, that will be directly ahead of you. Maintain down Fairfield Street together with Sackville Street building is on your remaining.
Piccadilly section to Oxford Path
The Oxford Road link bus (quantity 147) operates from Piccadilly Rail facility across the campus stopping at 14 places and completing at Grafton Street. This solution runs on weekdays between 7.15am and 6.45pm, at ten-minute periods, and that can be caught through the Fairfield Street entry to Piccadilly Station.
A taxi from Piccadilly Station towards Oxford Path part of the university costs about £5.
Victoria place to Sackville Street
Victoria section is approximately a mile from the Sackville Street part of the campus. The simplest way would be to take a Metrolink tram to Piccadilly station and stick to the path described above.
Oxford Road station to Sackville Street
To access the Sackville Street section of the university, go-down the place method and mix Oxford path. After that change straight right onto Whitworth Street, together with campus is approximately a five-minute walk away.