How to get to James Cook Accommodation Campus
The James Cook University Hospital, Marton Road, Middlesbrough, TS4 3BW.
Travelling by car
The hospital is situated on Marton Road (A172) and is clearly sign posted from main routes such as the A66, A19 & A174. For more details click here.
Travelling by aeroplane
The North East of England has three airports which are within reasonable travelling distance to Middlesbrough.
|Airport||Transfer time||Website link|
|Durham Tees Valley||10-15 minutes via taxi||www.durhamteesvalleyairport.com|
40-35 minutes via taxi
30 minutes via train
|Leeds Bradford||45-50 minutes via taxi||www.leedsbradfordairport.co.uk|
Travelling by bus
Local bus services provide regular links from Middlesbrough and most major towns in the North East.
|Stagecoach on Teesside||0871 2002233|
|Leven Valley||0871 2002233|
|National coach express (UK wide)||08717 818178|
For further information visit Connect Tees Valley
Travelling by train
The James Cook University Hospital has its own rail station. The service is operated by Northern Rail and is on the Esk Valley line that connects Middlesbrough and Whitby via Nunthorpe. The station is on the east side of the site and is a five to ten minute walk from the hospital’s South and Bridge entrances.
You can book tickets online at National Rail