Well , in 1991 it was £5 so I guess about a tenner now.However there is a great bus service in Brum that would drop you off on Bristol road Selly oak, also there is a local train which stops at Bournville and Selly oak...
2 Answers · Travel · 27/09/2009
I recently read an article about him online. It said that he retired and plans on doing something else. He said he wanted to spend more time with his kids.
1 Answers · Sports · 01/06/2010
The Pub Don't know how strict it is in Birmingham but I'm sure 1 will let you in and serve you if you're willing to look and get turned down alot.
2 Answers · Travel · 01/01/2008
Firstly get a railcard which will give you a 34% discount on your tickets www.railcard.co.uk Secondly book your tickets in advance for specific trains as far in advance as possible www.crosscountrytrains.co.uk (Booking opens about...
1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 12/10/2010
It's easy. Just take the Midland service into London Euston. It takes about 1hr20. Or you could take the Virgin Pendolino, which takes about 50mins but it is a hell of a lot more expensive. Look at www...
3 Answers · Travel · 20/10/2010
Have a look on networkwestmidlands.com there are maps and timetables
1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 18/11/2010
There are direct trains from Birmingham New Street to Southampton Central. You could meet up...
3 Answers · Travel · 15/03/2012