Bristol Temple Meads

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Facilities listed below unless stated otherwise in the specific event information.

Temple Meads was opened on 31 August 1840, as the western terminus of the Great Western Railway. The railway, including Temple Meads, was the first to be designed by the British engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel. Soon, the station was also used by the Bristol and Exeter Railway, the Bristol and Gloucester Railway, the Bristol Harbour Railway and the Bristol and South Wales Union Railway. To accommodate the increasing number of trains, the station was expanded in the 1870s by Francis Fox and again between 1930 and 1935 by Percy Emerson Culverhouse. Brunel’s terminus is no longer part of the operational station but you shall exit through it; if you are parking at Temple Meads you may be doing so inside it.

From Wikipedia: Bristol Temple Meads.

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Access:
  • Bike - Centrally located and easily accessed.
  • Car -

    Bristol Temple Meads is within Bristol's Clean Air Zone (CAZ) so unless you have an exempt vehicle you will need to pay the charge; check here. Drop off is available outside the station.

    Directions from the main routes in:

  • Train - It is at Bristol Temple Meads so I'll let you figure that one out...
Parking:
Car Park -

Long stay available at Temple Meads or cheaper at Bristol Parkway.

Food & Drink:
No refreshments.
**Will check station facility opening times.
Unless specified differently in individual event details.
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