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Discussion in 'Quizzes & Games' started by Class172, 9 Apr 2014.
We take the 1617 London Overground service to South Hampstead arriving at 1623 Friday afternoon.
We head northwards on a stopping train service by boarding the 1643 LO service to Watford High Street that arrives there at 1721 on Friday afternoon.
Can I say, Barry station and King Square are nowhere near each other. They're at least twenty minutes away.
We then decide to head for another railway line, taking the Uno 602 bus service departing 1737 from Watford High Street to St Albans City station at 1855 on Friday evening.
We take the 1908 FCC service to Sutton (Surrey) where we arrive at 2039 Friday evening
We next board the 2055 SN service to Clapham Junction that arrives there at 2118 on Friday evening.
Right no one's listening to me so whatevs; going on the basis that there are no longer rules then....
We then board the 2135 London United service 49 to White City (Bus Station), arriving there at 2213 on Friday evening.
That last part of your posting was a bit uncalled-for....
Well it's true I'm afraid. It must be.
King Square to Barry station is 0.9 miles.
But anyway, no one bothers anymore so neither am I! Haha. Sod it.
Would it be alright to walk from White City to Wick then as if so that would be my next move.
Haha, sadly not my friend
Please, can we not resort to sarcasm when posting in this thread. Not only can it interrupt the flow of the quiz, but it significantly lowers the mood, making it less enjoyable for all players.
This post is not deliberately targeted at everyone. There are rules to this quiz, which whilst we may have a more laissez-faire attitude to, if you feel that a particular poster is infringing upon them frequently, then some guiding comments can do good - if one feels necessary then you can call a halt to the game, which can then be discussed with fellow posters.
We could have caught the same train one stop earlier at Barry Docks if we'd wished, for the same net effect. Barry Docks is only 0.4 miles away, as opposed to a (still walkable) 1.2 miles.
It's not worth changing now though as we've moved on a long way.
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We take the short walk to Wood Lane tube station and catch the 22.30 Hammersmith and City line train all the way to Barking station, arriving at 23.25 on the same Friday evening.
Moving to the LO platforms. we next board the 2348 LO service to Gospel Oak that arrives there at 0025 on Saturday morning.
We have, I hope, enough time to get the last C11 Metroline bus at 0032 to Archway Station Macdonald Road, arriving at 0040 Saturday morning
Remarkably the tube still hasn't quite shut down for the night, so we can board a Northern Line train to High Barnet, leaving at 00:51 and arriving at 01:12 Saturday morning.
We take the N20 Metroline night bus to Trafalgar Square/Whitehall, leaving at 0125 and arriving 0233 Saturday morning
using TfL journey Planner
From there we catch the N89 (London Central) all the way to Slade Green station, leaving 0240 and arriving 0402 on Saturday morning.
Train services start again in under 2 hours.
We decide upon rail as there is an early morning service and board the 0510 SE service to London Bridge that arrives there at 0545 on Saturday morning.
We then catch the 06:08 Southern service to Uckfield getting there at 07:21 on Saturday morning.
Taking the short walk to the bus station, we next board the 0728 Brighton and Hove Bus & Coach service 29 to Eridge Green (Church) that arrives there at 0803 on Saturday morning.
It wasn't sarcasm. I was merely stating the fact that if no one else was bothering with the rules then I wondered if I needed to.
That's fair enough however if I was in the the same position I hope I would receive the same fair treatment and that such a move would be allowed if I did this.
I haven't got a problem with it but I only related back to the rules following the failure of the previous Transport Game Quiz. So in effect I was only mentioning it in order to coincide with these rules.
We then board the 0818 Brighton and Hove Bus service 29 to Brighton (Old Steine), arriving there at 1000 on Saturday morning.
We then board the 1005 Brighton & Hove Bus and Coach service 49 to Hove (Town Hall on Church Road) that arrives there at 1018 on Saturday morning.
We then board the 1033 Brighton and Hove Bus service 2 to Rottingdean (White Horse), arriving there at 1125 on Saturday morning.
Onwards we travel on the 1145 Brighton and Hove Bus and Coach service 27 to Saltdean (Coombe Vale) that arrives there at 1158 on Saturday morning.
We then board the 1244 Compass Travel service 47 to Brighton Marina, arriving there at 1258 on Saturday afternoon.
We then board the 1308 Brighton and Hove bus company route 23 to Sussex University, arriving at 1348 on saturday afternoon.
Noting that certain buses do not serve the area of the university on Saturdays, we next board the 1404 Brighton and Hove Bus Company service 25 to Hove (Palmeira Square) that arrives there at 1441 on Saturday afternoon.
We then walk to Hove station before boarding the 15:14 Southern service to Brighton getting there at 15:18 on Saturday afternoon.
A run along the coast on a stopping train service now beckons us, so we board the 1533 SN service to Swanwick that arrives there at 1700 on Saturday afternoon.