Venues and travel

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Berrick Saul Building. By Imke Van Heerden.The Berrick Saul Building (BSB)

The Berrick Saul Building

The conference will take place in the Humanities Research Centre (the Berrick Saul Building) on the University of York main campus (Heslington West). It is 15 minutes by bus and 30 minutes by walking from York city centre, and it is easy to reach by bus from town and the train station. Buses 66 and 44 leave in front of the train station approximately every 8 minutes, arriving at the Morrell Library stop in about 15 minutes. For a map and directions, see here.

Rooms: The Treehouse is on the second floor of the building; BS/007, BS/008 and the Bowland auditorium are on the ground floor. There will be people at the reception desk to guide you to the right rooms.

Travelling to York

By car:  Approach the University from the junction of the A64 and A1079 on the east of the city, from where the University is signposted. See here for maps and further directions. For travel and parking for visitors with mobility difficulties, see here.

By train: There is a frequent, fast train service to York on the main East Coast Line from London King’s Cross to Edinburgh. There is also a direct service between York, Leeds and Manchester Airport. Click here for the National Rail rail journey planner.

By air: For information on how to reach York from London Gatwick, London Heathrow, Leeds Bradford, Luton, Manchester, Newcastle and Stansted airports, see these directions.

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