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Walk Moor St. to New St.

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Walk Moor St. to New St.

Hi,

On the map there does not seem much distance to walk between the two. I have a tight connection time between arriving and leaving, What's the best way from Moor St. to New St. on foot. From memory arn't the platfroms at New St. underground.

Thanks,

AuroraUK

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1. Re: Walk Moor St. to New St.

I'm not familiar with Birmingham, but if you enter "New Street to Moor Street" in the Birmingham search box you will find plenty of advice.

Hope this helps.

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2. Re: Walk Moor St. to New St.

Out of Moor Street, turn left. Cross the road, and go straight on, note theres no path on the right!

You will pass under the building that connects the Bullring with the Pavillions and you'll see mainly buses and taxi's on the road to your right.

When you reach the traffic lights outside Boots, cross over the road - New Street is directly ahead.

Shouldn't take more than 10 minutes.

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3. Re: Walk Moor St. to New St.

The directions are as Bolshie said. and yes the platforms are below street level, so allow just a little more time if you have luggage

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4. Re: Walk Moor St. to New St.

Hello Thanks for the replies.

AuroraUK

5. Re: Walk Moor St. to New St.

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