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From the North, West and East:
Whether you\\\'re coming from east or west, exit the M4 at junction 19 and join the M32. Travel along the M32 for 3.1 miles until you reach junction 2 - here, exit the motorway and take the third exit signposted Horfield and Southmead and follow the road through a division and a roundabout both of which have clear signs reading Memorial Stadium.
Once through this area you join Muller Road and should continue to drive along it for 1.4 miles until you come to a signal-controlled crossroads. Signposted right is Horfield Health Centre and Library. Proceed through this junction and up to the next set of lights where you should turn left into Filton Avenue where the ground is located almost immediately on the left.
From the South:
Exit the M5 at junction 16 signposted A38 Thornbury and Filton. At the roundabout head right signposted A38 Filton and join the A38. Travel along the A38 (Gloucester Road) for 4.3 miles as you enter the outer suburbs of Bristol. On your trip you\\\'ll pass Filton Airport on your right, the Royal Mail sorting office, an American Golf retail outlet on your left and the Royal George and Wellington pubs.
At a set of traffic lights with an ATS Tyre Outlet on the left, take the left filter onto Muller Road. Proceed down Muller Road to the traffic lights where the right hand filter leads onto Filton Avenue where the ground is located almost immediately on the left.
Bristol Parkway (distance 3.05 miles):
CrossCountry operate two services, an hourly Bristol Temple Meads to Manchester Picadilly service, with extensions to/from South West England. A hourly Plymouth to Edinburgh service with extensions to/from Glasgow or Aberdeen in the north and Penzance in the south.
First Great Western operate three services, an hourly Bristol Parkway to Weston-super-Mare service, a half hourly London Paddington to Cardiff Central service with hourly extensions to/ from Swansea and an hourly Gloucester to Westbury service, with extensions to Great Malvern and Weymouth.
Bristol Temple Meads (distance 4.4p miles):
The station is operated by First Great Western who provide main line services to London Paddington station, long distance services to Cardiff and the South Coast and local services to Weston-super-Mare, Taunton and Gloucester.
An alternative route to London Waterloo station is provided by South West Trains, while regular CrossCountry services run westwards to Plymouth and Penzance in the West, and northwards to Birmingham, Manchester and Scotland.
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