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0G/049, Lanyon Building - Turn right at the war memorial in direction of Whitla Hall, turn left following the Lanyon building to the 2nd staircase, enter and 0G/049 is first classroom to the left.
Senate Room, Room 0G/054 and Room 01/052 - Go through the main entrance of the university (Lanyon building) through black and white tiled hall way and exit door to right out to the quad – go to the end of the corridor where there is a sign for the Great Hall. Turn left following the Lanyon building for about 20 yards. There is a double archway - Senate Room to the left and 0G/054 is at the archway, and 01/052 is on the first floor.
0G/074, Lanyon Building - Go through the main entrance of the university (Lanyon building) through black and white tiled hall way and exit door to left out to the quad – go to the end of the corridor (past the Welcome Centre) and enter at the corner.
Larmor Lecture Theatre, Physics Building – Go past war memorial at front of University and follow the road right in direction of Whitla Hall. Turn left round side of Lanyon building and just opposite is the large Physics Building, there is a sign and ramp at the end of the building to the Larmor Lecture Theatre.
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College Park - opposite the David Bates Building, behind the library at Queen's.
Maths and Physics Building - red brick building opposite the library.
David Bates Building - this building is behind the library at Queen’s.
Peter Froggatt Centre - large brick building in quad of university
Main Site Tower - connected to the end of the Peter Froggatt building
Elmwood Teaching Centre - this building is behind the Students’ Union on Elmwood Avenue
Medical Biology Centre - this building is on the Lisburn Road, beside the City Hospital and opposite Elmwood Avenue
Whitla Medical Building - Access to this building is through the front doors of the Medical Biology Centre and straight through out the back using the connecting corridor
Ashby Building - this tall white building is on the Stranmillis Road, at the corner of Chlorine Gardens
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