Getting to Forth Environment Link offices at The Barracks, Stirling
The FEL offices are a 10-minute walk from Stirling city centre.There is a footbridge over the railway line to reach Forthside.The bridge is accessible on both sides by 2 sets of steps and lifts.The footbridge is to the right when you are facing the station.
The offices are on NCN76. If you are cycling to FEL via the city centre, then you can either use the walking routes via the footbridge and lifts or follow the shared foot/cycle path to the left of the station which takes you over the railway line (Forth Place), then take the first right along Forthside Road.It’s less than 5 minutes by bike from Stirling station.
There is a covered cycle parking off Forthside Way at the side of Zero Waste Scotland, Moray House at the back of Cameron House and by Volunteer Scotland and also at the nearby Engine Shed (uncovered).
There are nextbike stations at Stirling train station, The Peak (on NCN76) and at Springkerse Park and Ride.There is a virtual docking station for Forth Bike at Stirling train station.
The FEL offices at Stirling Barracks at Forthside are less than 5 minutes on foot / 500m from Stirling train and Stirling bus station .The walking route is the same as for the route on foot from the city centre, via the footbridge.
There are two park and ride car parks in Stirling. The bus from Springkerse Park and Ride. (Return ticket £1.20 - journey time 4 minutes) goes past the offices by Vue Cinema. The bus from Castleview park and ride stops at the top of Station Road. To walk from there look at the 'By foot' information above.
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