Look for this logo to find the Stansted Express. You can buy your ticket to Liverpool Street from a machine on the platform. The tickets are cheaper if two or more people are travelling together.

AbellioStanstedExpress.svgGet off at Liverpool Street. It looks like this.

Liverpool StreetFollow the arrow in the picture to the Underground station, which looks like this. You can now use most contactless credit or debit cards instead of an Underground ticket.

Liverpool Street underground stationWhen you go through the barriers, there are a lot of people going in all directions. You want a WESTBOUND Hammersmith&City or Circle Line train, Platform 2.

2c Liverpool StreetDid you notice there are 2 Paddingtons? Don’t worry, they are both the same place, even if you have to get off and get on again at Edgware Road. Don’t worry.

Platform and trainThis is your train. There will be another one in a few minutes. All trains “via Paddington” are good.

4 TrainThis is Paddington. You might come out of the Underground at the other end of this station. In that case, you’ll go up some stairs and down again. Just follow the signs for the railway. You train to Bristol is here somewhere.

The machines, where you can collect your ticket, were behind me when I took this photo. There are lots, all over the station. They all speak three or four languages. Some speak more languages than others.

6 PaddingtonBristol Temple Meads (“Bristol T Meads”) is the station near the venue. Don’t go to Bristol Parkway, that’s somewhere else.

7 Bristol Temple MeadsHappy travelling!