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Travelling to Old Trafford!

Travelling to Old Trafford!

If you`ve got the time, the cash and the will power to follow us to Old Trafford here`s a few instructions on how to arrive at Old Trafford.

By Car;

From M61 - Turn tight on to the M60 at Junction 1 and follow the M60 orbital motorway southbound to Junction 12, then take the M602 towards the city centre. At Junction 3 turn right on to the A5063, after crossing the Ship Canal turn right again on to the A5081 and Old Trafford is on the left.

From M62 - At Junction 12, continue on to the M602 and then follow as above.

From M6 - Leave at Junction 19, following the A556 and then the A56 through Altrincham and Sale. Cross under the M60 and after about one mile, Old Trafford will be on your left..

From M60 - Leave at Junction 7 and follow the A56 as above.

By Rail- The nearest Metrolink stations are Old Trafford and Trafford Bar. The railway station behind the South Stand is only open on match days and runs services to and from Piccadilly / Oxford Road stations.

Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Sunday December 2 2007
Time: 7:11PM

Comments

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how many of you are going 150 to 200 I suppose!
merlin
02/12/2007 19:19:00
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Maybe
Bosko-Macedonia
02/12/2007 19:36:00
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well good luck to you all and may you pull off the shock of the season!
merlin
02/12/2007 19:45:00
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The reason that we have a poor away support is because these directions are awfull, last time i went to go to an away game i followed the directions to the best of my abilitys and found myself down the pub
Backslash2010
02/12/2007 21:23:00
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but you're not supposed to stop on that first corner :-)
merlin
04/12/2007 19:23:00
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