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Institute for Particle Physics Phenomenology

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The Institute is located in the Ogden Centre for Fundamental Physics, adjacent to the main Physics Department building on the University Science Site (number 12 on the University map above). If you are arriving by train it is a 20 minute walk from the railway station to the Department, or you can take a taxi.

Grey College

Grey College is situated on South Road very close to the Physics Department (number 8 on the University map). It is a 25 minute walk from the railway station. Car parking space is available.

Collingwood College

Collingwood College is situated on South Road 8 minutes from the Physics Department (number 6 on the University map). It is a 30 minute walk from the railway station. Car parking space is available.

St Mary's College

St Mary's College is situated on South Road very close to the Physics Department (number 10 on the University map). It is a 20 minute walk from the railway station. Car parking space is available.

University College

University College is situated on Palace Green, beside the Cathedral and accessed by a narrow road leading from the Market Place (number 24 on the University map). There is only very limited parking available on Palace Green and so those who come by car should be prepared to park some distance away.

Ushaw College

Ushaw College is located four miles west of Durham City in beautiful open countryside. Access by public transport is limited, and it is best to take a taxi. There is plenty of parking space available at the College.

How to get to Durham

By Car

Durham is about 30 min. by car south of Newcastle upon Tyne. Find the A1 and leave it at exit Durham. 
Here is a link to the RAC Route Planner

By Bus

There are bus connections to Durham or Newcastle from most major cities in England.

By Rail

The Intercity East-Coast line links Durham with London King's Cross and Edinburgh. Most Intercity trains stop in Durham. Otherwise go to Newcastle Central Station and take a local train to Durham (one-way costs 4.30 GBP) or taxi (about 35 GBP). 

Timetable information is available from National Rail Enquiries

Here is a link to help you finding your way through London with a map of the London Underground.

By plane

Newcastle

Newcastle Airport has regular flights to and from Alicante, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Brussels, Budapest, Cologne-Bonn, Copenhagen, Dublin, Dusseldorf, Geneva, Hanover, Malaga, Milan, Munich, Oslo, Paris, Rome and Stavanger as well as from London and other UK cities
Newcastle Airport is situated approximately 8 miles north west of Newcastle City Centre. To get from Newcastle airport to Durham by public transport use the Metro which takes you to Newcastle Central Station for about 2.40 GBP (trains operate every 20 minutes) and then connect with the mainline train to Durham. 
A taxi from Newcastle airport to Durham costs about 45 GBP.

Durham Tees Valley

Durham Tees Valley Airport has regular flights to and from Alicante, Amsterdam, Dublin, Malaga, Paris, Rome and London. 
The railway station at Darlington located approximately 7 miles east of Durham Tees Valley Airport is a short bus or taxi ride.
Trains to Durham cost about 3.60 GBP and operate frequently. Timetable information is available from National Rail Enquiries
Taxis from the airport to Durham are available directly outside the terminal building and cost about 30 GBP.

By ship

There are ferry connections from Newcastle to Amsterdam, Bergen, Haugesund, Gothenburg, Kristiansand and Stavanger during summer. The crossing takes about 24hrs. Contact DFDS Seaways and Fjord Line. The ferries arrive at the International Ferry Terminal, Royal Quays, North Shields which is situated approximately 8 miles east of Newcastle City Centre. There is a bus service to Newcastle Central Station costing about 4.0 GBP.