20-22 August 2003. 

Fire Safety Engineering Group

The University of Greenwich, London.


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The world is changing.  From shopping malls to transport terminals, aircraft to passenger ships the infrastructure of society is having to cope with ever more intense and complex flows of people.  Safety is an issue, brought horrifically into focus by the World Trade Centre disaster and recognized in the new regulatory framework in the marine industry are testimony; but so too is the need to design spaces for efficiency and comfort.  Traditional prescriptive design guides and regulations are increasingly challenged by these complex demands.  Designers and regulators are turning to performance-based analysis and regulations, which have been facilitated by the new generation of people movement models.  


The Second International Conference in Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics (PED) to be held in August 2003 on the historic campus of the University of Greenwich in London will set out to address the current state of computer simulation in pedestrian and evacuation dynamics with a focus on the following main themes:


  • Pedestrian Motion
  • Evacuation Dynamics
  • Cellular Automata
  • Multi-Agent Models
  • Pedestrian Simulation
  • Evacuation Simulation
  • Human Performance Data
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Practical Applications


In addressing these themes, it is anticipated that many of the contributed papers will be influenced by issues arising from:


Evacuation of the World Trade Centre complex – The lessons learned

The evacuation of the World Trade Centre complex - the largest in modern times – has sensitised the world to the evacuation issues of high-rise buildings.  The conference will provide a venue to explore what can be learned from this disaster and whether models can be used to identify and solve high-rise evacuation issues. 


IMO interim guidelines MSC/Circ 1033 – Implications for the maritime architects

The conference will also provide a platform for discussing conformance issues with the IMO interim guidelines on advanced evacuation analysis. These require all advanced analyses to be performed using computer models capable of (i) representing each occupant as an individual; (ii) defining the layout of the ship in detail, (iii) simulating the interaction between the occupants and the layout and (iv) passing eleven prescribed test cases.



As the only international conference dedicated to computer simulation in this fast-developing safety and regulatory field, the three-day event attracts the senior decision-makers from companies, public sector organisations and regulators, as well as the world’s leading academic experts.  Over one hundred delegates from twelve countries attended the highly successful first conference in Duisburg, Germany last year ( We expect that interest will have grown significantly for the second conference, particularly in the wake of the September 11th tragedy and since the approval of the IMO interim guidelines.




The Institution of Fire Engineers have awarded the conference 17 hours of CPD

The conference is scheduled to run for three days, 20, 21 and 22 August 2003. (Note however that the Welcome Reception will take place in the
evening of 19 August). The primary focus of the conference will cover the following broad areas:


-         The modelling of pedestrian dynamics and its applications.

-         Building evacuation model development, application and the regulatory environment,

-         Marine evacuation model development and application and the regulatory environment

-         Data collection relating to human performance in emergency and non-emergency situations.


The conference will consist of six invited papers, 21 contributed papers, poster sessions and software demonstration sessions.  The papers will appear in bound conference proceedings.  The proceedings from the first conference, which were published by Springer, proved to be an invaluable resource for researchers, students and professionals involved in the simulation of human behaviour, movement and evacuation.

Day 1, 20 August: Pedestrian Dynamics and associated Data Collection issues.
Day 2, 21 August: Maritime Evacuation Modelling and associated Data Collection issues.
Day 3, 22 August: Building Evacuation Modelling and associated Data Collection issues.
Lab and demonstration sessions will be held on all three days in no particular order.




19 August – Registration, Poster Set-up and Welcome Reception


                15:30 – 19:00: Registration and Poster Set-up

                19:00 – 21:00: Welcome Reception


20 August – Pedestrian Dynamics


                07:30: Registration

                09:05: Opening talks –

                                Professor Ed Galea, University of Greenwich  “ON DVD”

                                Dr David Peace, Head of Fire Research Division, Office of the Deputy Prime   Minister  “ON DVD”


Session 1 – Chairman: P Lawrence FSEG, University of Greenwich



Keynote speaker: A Penn - UCL, London, UK

Vision, Configuration and Simulation of Static Interaction for Design


T Werner, D Helbing -  Dresden University of Technology, Germany

The Social Force Pedestrian Model Applied to Real Life Scenarios



Y Tsuji – Osaka University, Japan

Numerical Simulation of Pedestrian Flow at High Densities





Coffee break (30 minutes)




L Filippidis, E R Galea, S Gwynne, P Lawrence – FSEG, University of Greenwich, UK

Simulating the Interaction of Pedestrians with Wayfinding Systems



A Kirchner, A Namazi, K Nishinari, A Schadschneider – Universität zu Köln, Germany

Role of Conflicts in the Floor Field Cellular Automaton Model for Pedestrian Dynamics



M Quinn, R Metoyer, K Hunter-Zaworski – Oregon State University, USA

Parallel Implementation of the Social Forces Model




Lunch (85 minutes)


Session 2 – Chairman: H Klüpfel, TraffGo GmbH, Germany



Keynote speaker: J Pauls – Consultant, USA

Evacuation and Other Movement in Buildings:

Some High-Rise Evacuation Models, General Pedestrian Movement Models and Human Performance Data Needs



S P Hoogendoorn, W Daamen, P H L Bovy – Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

Microscopic Pedestrian Traffic Data Collection and Analysis by Walking Experiments: Behaviour at Bottlenecks



A Armitage, T D Binnie, J Kerridge, L Lei – Napier University, Edinburgh, UK

Measuring Pedestrian Trajectories with Low Cost Infrared Detectors: Preliminary Results




Posters / Laboratory Demonstrations (40 minutes)





Coffee break (30 minutes)



M Irzik – Institute of Transport, Hannover, Germany

Design of Pedestrian Facilities



W Daamen, S P Hoogendoorn – Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

Qualitative Results from Pedestrian Laboratory Experiments




Room W315 (30 minutes)

Demo 1 (EVI)

Room W303 (30 minutes)

Demo 2 (ASERI)




End of day 1

21 August – Marine Evacuation

             08:30: Registration


Session 3 – Chairman: M Schreckenberg, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany



Keynote speaker – R Goodwin, Lloyd’s Register, UK

New IMO Regulations Regarding Ship Safety Assessment



D Vassalos, L Guarin, G C Vassalos, M Bole, H S Kim, J Majumder – Universities of Glasgow and Strathclyde, UK

Advanced Evacuation Analysis – Testing the Ground on Ships



E R Galea, P Lawrence, S Gwynne, L Filippidis, D Blackshields, G Sharp, N Hurst, Z Wang, J Ewer – FSEG, University of Greenwich, UK

Simulating Ship Evacuation under Fire Conditions.




Coffee break (20 minutes)




P Thompson1, H Lindstrom2, P-A Ohlsson2, S Thompson3 – 1IES Ltd, Glasgow, UK, 2Sakerhetspartner, Sweden, 3Northern Marine Management Ltd, Clydebank, UK

Simulex: Analysis and Changes for IMO Compliance



L J Carroll, LL Koss, A T Brumley – Monash University, Australia

EvacuShip Analysis based on IMO Test Cases and other Benchmark Comparisons



M D Gangi1, F Russo2, A Vitetta2 – 1University of Basilicata, Italy, 2University of Reggio Calabria, Italy

A Mesoscopic Method for Evacuation Simulation on Passenger Ships: Models and Algorithms




Lunch (90 minutes)


Session 4 – Chairman: D Vassalos, Universities of Glasgow and Strathclyde, UK



Keynote speaker: M Schreckenberg – University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

Ship Evacuation Modelling


A López, F Pérez – Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain

Ship Evacuation Optimisation. Tools for Master and Designer Aid



J M Chertkoff – Indiana University, USA

Comparative Case Studies of Passenger Ship Evacuation



P Crossland – QinetiQ Ltd, Gosport, UK

The Influence of Ship Motion Induced Lateral Acceleration on Walking Speed




Coffee break (20 minutes)



Room W315 (30 minutes)

Demo 3 (EXODUS)

Room W303 (30 minutes)

Demo 4 (EvacuShip)


A T Brumley, L L Koss – Monash University, Australia

Ship Evacuation Mobility Data



K Miyazaki, H Matsukura, M Katuhara, K Yoshida, S Ota, N Kiriya, O Miyata – National Maritime Research Institute (NMRI), Japan

Behaviours of Pedestrian Group Overtaking Wheelchair User




End of day 2


 19:00 – 23:00               Conference Dinner

22 August – Building Evacuation


              08:30: Registration


Session 5 – Chairman: D Purser, BRE, UK


Keynote speaker: W Grosshandler – NIST USA

Building and Fire Safety Investigation of the World Trade Center Disaster



R Marinova1, I Ourdev1, V Stoilov1, L Brinkworth2, J H Gu1 – 1Enabled Simulation & Optimization Software, Canada, 2Fire etc., Canada

Pedestrian Motion in Realistic Virtual Reality Environments: Application to High-Rise Building Evacuation



J Parke, S Gwynne, E R Galea, P Lawrence - FSEG University of Greenwich, UK

Validating the buildingEXODUS Evacuation Model using Data from an Unannounced Trial Evacuation



N Waldau1, M Schreckenberg1, P Gattermann2 – 1Physik von Transport und Verkehr, Univ Duisburg-Essen, Germany; 2Österreichisches Institut für Schul- und Sportstättenbau, Wien, Austria

Design Criteria Related to Orientation in Buildings during High Stress Situations. Crowd Simulation Models and their Applications




Coffee break (20 minutes)



V Schneider – I.S.T. Germany

Simulating the Evacuation of Large Assembly Occupancies



H Klüpfel, T Meyer-König – TraffGo GmbH, Germany

Characteristics of the PedGo Software for Crowd Movement and Egress Simulation



H Jiang1, S Gwynne1, E R Galea1, P Lawrence1, F Jia1, H Ingason2 – 1FSEG University of Greenwich, UK, 2Swedish National Testing and Research Institute, Sweden

The Use of Evacuation Simulation, Fire Simulation and Experimental Fire Data in Forensic Fire Analysis





Lunch (70 minutes)

Session 6 – Chairman: J Pauls, Consultant, USA



Keynote speaker:  D Purser – BRE, UK

Behaviour and travel Interactions in Emergency situations and Data Needs for

Engineering Design



D Brocklehurst1, D Bouchlaghem2, D E Pitfield2, G Palmer1 – 1Buro Happold Leeds, UK, 2CICE, Loughborough University, UK.

Overview of Design Issues Relating to Racecourse Circulation


J H Park, H Kim, D Lee – Korea Ocean Research and Development Institute, Korea

Development of Intelligent Agent for Evacuation Model



V O Shestopal – Fire Modelling & Computing, Australia

Computer Modelling of Merging Pedestrian Traffic




Coffee break (20 minutes)



Room W315  (30 minutes)

Demo 5 (Spatial Syntax)

Room W303 (30 minutes)

Demo 6 (PedGo)





Closing Remarks Professor Ed Galea (Room W315)





End of Conference





Invited Speakers

Six invited lectures by eminent international specialists will be presented.  Those already agreed to present at the conference include:


Alan Penn of Space Syntax and UCL, London UK -  Vision, configuration and simulation of static interaction for design.

Jake Pauls, Consultant USA – Evacuation and Other Movement in Buildings: Some High-Rise Evacuation Models, General Pedestrian Movement Models and Human Performance Data Needs.

Prof David Purser, BRE UK – Behaviour and movement interactions in emergencies and data needs for engineering design.

Richard Goodwin, Lloyd's Register, UK - New IMO regulations regarding safety assessment.

Prof Michael Schreckenberg, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany - Ship Evacuation Modelling.
Dr William Grosshandler, NIST USA - The World Trade Centre Disaster.


Organising Committee

Conference Chairman

Prof Ed Galea

FSEG, University of Greenwich, UK


Phone: + 44 (0)20 8331 8730

Fax:     + 44 (0)20 8331 8925


Conference Secretary

Mrs Francoise Barkshire

FSEG University of Greenwich, UK


Phone: + 44 (0)20 8331 8706

Fax:     + 44 (0)20 8331 8925



Technical Committee

Prof Ed Galea

FSEG, University of Greenwich, UK


Phone: + 44 (0)20 8331 8730

Fax:     + 44 (0)20 8331 8925

Prof Michael Schreckenberg

Gerhard-Mercator-Universitat, Duisburg, Germany


Phone: + 49 203 379 3529

Fax:     + 49 203 379 6564

Dr Steve Gwynne

FSEG, University of Greenwich, UK


Phone: + 44 (0)20 8331 8547

Fax:     + 44 (0)20 8331 8925

Dr Wendy Saunders

Dept of Psychology, Victoria University Australia.


Phone: + 61 3 9365 2157

Dr Peter Lawrence

FSEG, University of Greenwich, UK


Phone: + 44 (0)20 8331 8650

Fax:     + 44 (0)20 8331 8925



Contributed Papers

Authors are encouraged to submit papers on the themes outlined above to the conference secretary (  The submitted papers will be reviewed by the technical committee or the committee may solicit and evaluate written reviews of the papers.  Papers not accepted for oral presentation may be accepted for poster presentation.  Papers accepted for presentation, along with the invited papers will appear in the conference proceedings.  Any enquires please contact the conference Chairman or conference secretary.


Detailed instructions for paper preparation will be found below. Follow the link


Software Demonstrations

It is anticipated that eight scheduled sessions will be provided for the formal demonstration of leading software products in the area of pedestrian simulation, building evacuation and ship evacuation.  These sessions will provide software producers with an opportunity to demonstrate the capabilities of their software products and the user community with an opportunity to question the software developers.


In addition, a PC laboratory will be provided where software can be demonstrated on a one-to-one basis and users will be given an opportunity to “road test” various software products.

Note: Real Media (low quality) files are streamed from the server (i.e. non downloadable). However, Real Media (good quality) files are downloadable. Please note that the Real Player is required to run the following animations.

buildingEXODUS V2.0 simulaton of non-emergency movement of people from two trains and into a large station complex.  Software is operated in population density mode. Red indicates high population density
Real Media (low quality) [1:25 min]
Real Media (good quality) [1.8 MB]

High-rise building evacuation predicted using buildingEXODUS V3.0 and displayed using vrEXODUS.
  Real Media (low quality) [26 sec]
Real Media (good quality) [562 KB]

Smoke and heat display as represented in vrEXODUS V2.0b. Fire atmosphere predicted using CFAST and simulation run in buildingEXODUS V3.0.
Real Media (low quality) [45 sec]
Real Media (good quality) [889 KB]

maritimeEXODUS V2.0 simulation of normal pax circulation on a large pax ship.  Population density is used to show congestion regions.
Real Media (low quality) [3:10 min]
Real Media (good quality) [3.39 MB]

vrEXODUS depiction of IMO day case evacuation.
Real Media (low quality) [47 sec]
Real Media (good quality) [2.62 MB]

vrEXODUS V1.11 representation of a maritimeEXODUS V3.0 simulation of emergency evacuation involving 7 decks (5-11) within a vertical fire zone. A fire starts on one of the lower decks and the muster deck is 8.
Real Media (low quality) [1:57 min]
Real Media (good quality) [6.29 MB] 



Social Events

Welcome Reception  (19th August 2003)

Conference dinner  (21st August 2003)

Visit the Chapel and the Painted Hall.




Full fee: £215.00 – After 30th May 2003: £250.00
Students: £155.00 – After 30th May 2003: £190.00.

The above sums include: Registration fee, lunches, refreshments, conference dinner, welcome reception and conference proceedings.



Purchase Conference Proceedings

Copies of the conference proceedings are available for purchase from FSEG for £80 + VAT + pp.  The proceedings are 420 pages long and cover the 34 papers presented at the conference and extended abstracts from the six posters.  Click here for more details, or simply go to the FSEG  publications pages and look up CMS press publications.





PED 2003 consisted of 37 presentations over three days.  As the world’s only conference dedicated to the computer simulation of pedestrian and evacuation dynamics, the conference offers a unique opportunity for experts and beginners, model developers and model users, regulators and design engineers, to gain insight into the rapidly changing world of computer simulation of evacuation and circulation dynamics.

Held over three days, the conference focused on the main themes of:

Day 1:              Pedestrian Dynamics; Pedestrian Performance Data;

Day 2:              Marine Evacuation Models; Marine Evacuation Applications and Data Collection;

Day 3:              Building Evacuation Models; Building Evacuation Applications and Data Collection.

30 presentations from the conference were recorded (day 1: 11; day 2: 10; day 3: 9) and are available for purchase on DVD (see conference programme on these web pages).  The complete collection is available on six DVDs, two DVDs for each day of the conference.  Examples of the recorded presentations are available from the FSEG web site at:

Please note that the presentations on the DVD require the DIVX codec to play.

Please click here in order to receive a price list and order form.





Deadline for submission of full paper:                 3rd March 2003.

Notification of acceptance:                                1st April 2003.

Final papers due:                                               5th May 2003.

Early Registration:                                             30th May 2003.




The venue for the 2003 conference is the magnificent campus of the University of Greenwich in London four miles downriver from Tower Bridge. The main 18th Century buildings designed by Sir Christopher Wren form part of what has been described as the finest architectural vista in England, which was recently recognised when Greenwich became a UN World Heritage site.  Greenwich is not only the finest collection of 17th and 18th Century buildings in Britain, but also a thriving and bustling town with lively bars and historic pubs.  The university’s local, the Trafalgar Tavern, was a favourite of Charles Dickens and successive Cabinets of the British Government.  The town has excellent public transport links, including its own station on the Docklands Light Railway, an integral part of the London Underground network and is a short cab ride from City Airport.  Directly behind the university are other Greenwich attractions such as The Queens House, The National Maritime Museum, and Greenwich Royal Park. 


Royal Greenwich

For two centuries the area occupied by the University of Greenwich was the site of the principal royal palace.  Henry VIII, Mary I and Elizabeth I were all born there and it was from there that Elizabeth sent the order to behead Mary, Queen of Scots.  In 1616 Mary’s son, James I commissioned the court architect Inigo Jones to build the Queen’s house for his wife, Queen Anne.  The Great Hall of the house, designed as a perfect cube, includes the first spiral staircase of its kind in Britain.


Maritime Greenwich

Christopher Wren was appointed by Queen Mary to develop the site of the original Royal Palace as a hospital for retired and wounded seamen.  These magnificent buildings are now home to the University of Greenwich.  They include the beautiful Painted Hall where Lord Nelson lay in state after Trafalgar; the Hall’s Painted ceiling by Sir James Thornhill is a masterpiece unmatched outside the Vatican’s Sistine Chapel.  In 1893 Greenwich’s maritime history was extended when the Wren buildings became the Royal Naval College; later the Queen’s house and its wings became the National Maritime Museum.


Greenwich Mean Time

Greenwich Royal Park has breathtaking views over London and is home to the Royal Observatory, the first official observatory in Britain founded by Charles II and designed by Wren.  The observatory’s work was vital to Isaac Newton in studying the laws of gravity and in 1884 the observatory was chosen by the world’s maritime nations as the zero line of longitude, the Prime Meridian, the line that divides the eastern and western hemispheres and the point of reference for the world’s time.



Papers should be prepared as indicated below. Please leave a single line spacing between title and authors and four line spacing between the authors address and the first heading.  The first heading should be ABSTRACT.  The ABSTRACT should not exceed 150 words.  Please leave a single line spacing between each section heading and the following text.  References in the text should appear as superscript numbers such as, Sheen1.  Figures/tables should have a two line spacing above and below the figure/table.  Figures/tables should appear centred on the page.




Authors [Times New Roman, 14pts, bold, centred, speaker underlined]

Address [Times New Roman, 14pts, bold, centred,]




Please provide the text of the paper as MS Word document (*.doc) in editable form (i.e. not Read-Only). 

Text – Times New Roman, 13pts , Fully justified.

Page Numbering –Bottom, centred.

Paper Length – 12 pages inclusive of references, tables, figures and any results.

Paper size – A4 (Height –26.69cm, Width -21.0cm )

Margins – 2.5cm top, bottom, left and right.

Footer -1.27cm, Header- 1.27cm

Table 1: Text – Centred, Bold, Times New Roman, 13pts.

Column 1

Column 1

Data 1

Data 2

Data 1

Data 2




FIGURE: Black and White only.




Figure 1: Text – Centred, Bold, Times New Roman, 13pts.




1.   Sheen, J., “M.V. Herald of Free Enterprise”, Report of Court No. 8074, Formal Investigation. Dept of Transport, HMSO, London, 1987.




Display area

The area available for each presentation is 0.65m wide by 1m high. You may choose to display your information (i.e. text and graphics) on a single large sheet or several small ones which can be fitted on a board using Velcro. Each board will take two presentations, so please display your poster on your chosen half side of the board.


Font size

Suggested size for title: not less than 25 point size,

Suggested size for text: not less than 16 point size. 

The poster boards will be available for poster set-up from 15:30 to 19:00 on Tuesday 19 August and will be displayed in the circulation area around the lecture theatre of King William Court (3rd floor). As refreshments and lunches will also be taken in this area throughout the conference, there will be ample opportunities for the posters to be seen and discussed.



Sponsors for the PED 2003 conference include:

Main conference sponsor
Building better business

Lloyd’s Register works closely with ship owners, operators and builders
to provide innovative and value-added solutions to help improve their
business performance throughout the design, construction and operation
of ships. We aim to provide the best solution in all aspects of:

* design appraisal
* construction survey
* classification of existing ships. 

Our risk assessment and risk reduction services enable you to benefit
from our experience of some of the largest and most technologically
advanced ships in the world. There is a wide range of operational
services that helps give you added security and lower costs.

Working together to provide solutions that improve performance.

Other conference sponsors

Space Syntax

The Institution of Mathematics and its Applications



Accommodation during the conference will be available at the Cutty Sark Hall of Residence, a newly built complex situated next to the University buildings. Single rooms (only) are offered to delegates at the cost of £35 per night. Breakfast will not be available in the premises, but there are many restaurants and cafes around the Halls. If you wish to reserve accommodation there, please fill in the appropriate part of the registration form and include the cost in your total payment. Note that cheques must be made payable to the University of Greenwich.

Other hotels and bed and breakfast accommodations within the Greenwich area are listed below. They are small and scarce however and early booking is recommended to avoid difficulties. If you wish to make a reservation at any of these hotels, please contact them directly.

The following hotels/bed and breakfast accommodations are all within walking distance of the Maritime Greenwich University Campus. All, except the Ibis, are small guest houses of less than 10 rooms. Accommodation in Greenwich is scarce and it is recommended to book early to avoid disappointment.


Ibis Hotel (5 minutes walk)
Greenwich High Road, London SE10 9JN
Tel. +44 (0)20 8305 1177 – Fax +44 (0)20 8858 7139

En-suite single/double £69.95/room (Monday to Thursday), 65.00/room (Fri. Sat. Sun.). Breakfast (not included):  £4.75 at the Café Rouge next door to hotel.

Greenwich Parkhouse Hotel (5 minutes walk)
1 & 2 Nevada Street, London SE10 9JL
Tel. +44 (0)20 8305 1478

En-suite £45
Shared bathroom single £33 – double/twin £40.

Continental breakfast included.

The Mitre Inn (5 minutes walk)
291 Greenwich High Road, London SE10
Tel. +44 (0)20 8293 0037
Fax +44 (0)20 8355 6761

En-suite single £59.50 – double/twin £75.50

English/Continental breakfast included.


Bed and Breakfast

Mrs Wade – 81 Greenwich South Street, London SE10 8NT (15 min. walk)
Tel. +44 (0)20 8293 3121

Single room from £38 – Double room £48

English breakfast included.


Clarendon Hotel 

5 minutes away by taxi from the Greenwich campus

Montpelier Row, Blackheath, London SE3 0RW

Tel. +44 (0)20 8318 4321

Fax +44 (0)20 8318 4378

En-suite single £80, double £90 (from 1st Jan. 2003)

English breakfast included.


Holiday Inn Express 

Bugsby Way, London SE10 0GD

Tel. +44 (0)20 8269 5000

Fax +44 (0)20 8269 5069

£99 per night per room (single/double)

Continental breakfast included



The Holiday Inn Express is about 5-10 minutes away from North Greenwich underground station.

Take underground towards Canary Wharf, change at Canary Wharf and take the Dockland Light Railway (DLR) to Cutty Sark Station. Total journey about 20 minutes. Alternatively the 188 bus will take you outside the University in about the same time (depending on traffic).


The International Hotel

Marsh Wall, London E14 9SJ

Tel. +44 (0)20 7712 0100

Fax +44 (0)20 7712 0102

£85 for single room, £105 for double

English Breakfast £12.50, Continental breakfast £10.50


The International Hotel is 2-3 minutes away from South Quay DLR Station. There is no change, just stop at Cutty Sark Station. Total journey, approximately 10 minutes.




The registration form is in MS Word format. Please click here to save the registration form to your computer. Open the saved form in MS Word and then do the following:

  1. Fill in the details.

  2. Print out the form and then sign it where necessary.

  3. Send the completed form by post or fax it. (see the registration form for details)



Last updated: 22nd August 03