All-Line Rover - 132 moves - 4026 miles

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neilboo

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Here are my trips from my recent journey from 1 July to 7 July.
A couple of trips in new classes and plenty of new haulages and new lines.
A very pleasant, although a bit tiring, 7 days out.

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Wow, you certainly covered some miles!
Lots of different haulage as well, thanks for posting.
 

87electric

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Always interesting to see other's choices of rides and destinations. Easy format for the eye to read as well. Thanks.
 

MDB1images

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That's some mileage covered and some trains ridden on.
Certainly got value for your money.
 

PeterY

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It's amazing the miles you can do on an ALR. Thank you for sharing your log. I agree it can be tiring but you're got to get your monies worth :lol: :lol: :lol:
 

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I thought this might be of interest.....

Image shows a seven day All Line Rover from 1964 - cost £17
 

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james60059

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Superb itenary there, I'm looking at doing an ALR next year so posts like this will give me some ideas. Thank You.
 

Blinkbonny

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Image shows a seven day All Line Rover from 1964 - cost £17

Though of course a good weekly wage at the time! :smile:

Allowing for inflation that's £353 in today's money. More or less identical to today's railcard price!

Rather have done it then of course. How much would you pay to be on those journeys?? o_O
 
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