Racing: Grand National - Aintree
Friday 02 April 1993
How to get there: Aintree racecourse (051-523 2600): First race 1.45pm, Grand National 3.50pm, last race 5.15. Train: Mersey Rail from Liverpool Central (short distance from Lime Street station) to Aintree (journey time 12 minutes). Station is opposite course. Road: The course is north-east of the city, one mile on A59 from the M57 (which links with M62) and M58 (M6). Admission: Aintree Roof pounds 60; County Stand Roof pounds 55, reserved seats sold out; Queen Mother Stand Roof pounds 55, reserved seats sold out; Glenlivet Stand pounds 40; County Enclosure pounds 29; 'Welcome Retreat' pounds 15; Paddock Enclosure pounds 16 (Child pounds 4); Central Enclosure pounds 9 (Child pounds 2); Western Enclosure pounds 8 (Child pounds 2); Steeplechase Enclosure pounds 5 (Child pounds 2).
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