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Leeds Bus Routes To St James Hospital

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Mosaic | 11:45 Sat 13th Dec 2014 | Travel
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Is anyone able to help me out with getting from Leeds Railway station to Jimmy's? I think from what I've been able to gather online that I can walk from the station to Headrow and get a 50 or 50a - but if anyone's got any advice, especially if I've got it all wrong, it would be appreciated.
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Sorry, forgot to say, from the rail station walk straight up Park Row to bus stop P5 to get the #4, only takes 2-5 minutes.
18:14 Mon 15th Dec 2014
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Thanks Zacs, I've been using the Leeds Met planner but I need a little more clarity than is provided on them. Specifically, do I need to go to the bus station to find the bus I need, or does the route run in both directions from Headrow which is nearer the railway station. I expect once I'm there I'll find the help I need but I like to plan aas much in advance as possible.
You need to catch the 42 from stand H on Infirmary St. It tells you all that if you go into 'details'. It's about a 6/7 minute walk from the station.
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Thanks again Zacs. The number 16 from Boar Lane is nearer to the station....the 42 is one choice of about six, and I'm just wondering if anyone has any local knowledge or advice to add?
Here you go; http://www.firstgroup.com/ukbus/leeds/journey_planning/hospital_services/ I'd get the number 4 - signed as Whinmoor - bus, very regular, every 10 mins and often a "bendy" bus.
Sorry, forgot to say, from the rail station walk straight up Park Row to bus stop P5 to get the #4, only takes 2-5 minutes.
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Thanks LCD!

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