The Berkshire Record Office
9 Coley Avenue
+44 (0) 118 937 5132
+44 (0) 118 937 5131

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The Berkshire Record Office (BRO) is situated on the western edge of Reading town centre, on the corner of Coley Avenue and Castle Hill.

Our address is:

The Berkshire Record Office
9 Coley Avenue

You can visit BRO by car, through the use of public transport and by foot. Click on the links below for directions on how to get to us.

This is a map showing where we are in Reading.

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Coming from the East Leave the M4 at junction 11. Follow the A33 to Reading and the town centre. Continue on the A33 and join the slip road to Newbury (A4). Keep on this road and turn left into Berkeley Avenue. At the traffic lights at the brow o...

By foot (from Reading stations) Leave Reading main station by the main exit at the front (this route is shown as a dotted line on the map and takes about 20 minutes). Walk along Station Road and then Queen Victoria Street. Turn right onto Broad S...

By train Reading has two railway stations - Reading and Reading West. Reading station is on the main line from London Paddington and deals with cross-country trains; Reading West is on the line serving Newbury. See the National Rail website www.n...

By bus (from Reading main station): Outside the station find the stop for the number 26 bus. Board the bus and ask for Russell Street. The bus stop is just past the main crossroad traffic lights on Castle Hill. Cross over Coley Avenue and then t...

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