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Newcastle is easily accessible by road via the A1 from the north and south and the A69 from the west.
The closest public car parks to our offices is located at St James’ or Grainger Town Multi-Storey car park (numbers 16 and 33 respectively in the attached map - click here to download the PDF).
Newcastle Central Station is situated on the east coast main line linking England and Scotland. It is directly accessible from London King's Cross, Glasgow and Edinburgh. The journey from London King's Cross takes about three hours.
The walk from the station to our offices is approximately 15 minutes. Taxis are available immediately outside Newcastle Central Station.
Air Travel to Newcastle
Newcastle International Airport is about seven miles north west of Newcastle University.
Official airport taxis pick-up and drop-off directly in front of the terminal. You can book a taxi inside the airport.
If you have booked any other taxi, they will pick you up or drop you off just across the road from the terminal. You may be able to pick up a non-booked taxi here, but this isn't an official taxi rank. A taxi into the city centre should take about 15 minutes.
There is a Metro station in the airport. The journey to Haymarket (the nearest stop to the Devonshire Building) will take about 25 minutes.
Buses run to Newcastle city centre and the University from the airport entrance.