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Travel on Saturday

By Leafe on the Line (legacy user)17/10/2014 12:06Fri Oct 17 12:06:12 2014

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Assuming people are going by Train/Tube, is there any arrangement for meeting up and travelling together?

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Re: Travel on Saturday

By Toby Lerone (legacy user)17/10/2014 12:58Fri Oct 17 12:58:15 2014In response to Travel on SaturdayTop of thread

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DadBloke and I are meeting at Top Cafe on Godstone Road for breakfast at 11.20-11.30am. After that we'll head to Kenley station and travel from there. According to the TfL website, we need to get the 12.17pm from Kenley, get off at Sydenham, then go London Overground to Whitechapel, District Line to Mile End, Central Line to Barkingside. Gets us there at 1.39pm.

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Travel today

By Mrs K (legacy user)18/10/2014 10:38Sat Oct 18 10:38:09 2014In response to Re: Travel on SaturdayTop of thread

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Assuming you are still getting the same train, I will look out for you at Kenley.

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Re: Travel today

By Toby Lerone (legacy user)18/10/2014 18:54Sat Oct 18 18:54:43 2014In response to Travel todayTop of thread

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Sorry Mrs K, I've only just seen this :-(

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Re: Travel today

By Julia6510/11/2021 08:16Wed Nov 10 08:16:47 2021In response to Re: Travel todayTop of thread

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I really like to travel, but mostly to different places that are not regular for simple tourists. For this purpose, I decided to go to Ukraine and to attend Chernobyl with http://chernobyltour.co.uk/chernobyl-holidays/ guys who organize such a trip right there. It is absolutely secure and quite fast from Kiev, which is a really good method to spend your holidays funny and interesting.

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Alternative Route

By Leafe on the Line (legacy user)17/10/2014 13:49Fri Oct 17 13:49:53 2014In response to Re: Travel on SaturdayTop of thread

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When I looked into this last week (I did it in two parts though). Change at Purley for London Bridge, then walk to Bank (about 10 mins), then 29 Minutes on Central Line to Barkingside.

Less changes to go wrong but more walking - Same initial train would probably get there at the same time.

May depend on the weather.

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Re: Alternative Route

By Leafe van Cleef (legacy user)17/10/2014 14:03Fri Oct 17 14:03:27 2014In response to Alternative RouteTop of thread

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This was what I had considered except take the Northern Line 1 stop from London Bridge to Bank rather than walk it. Alternative is fast train from Upper Warlingham to Victoria (30 mins). Victoria Line to Oxford Circus and join the Central Line there (underground trip about 45 mins in total).

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Re: Alternative Route

By Lee Farmie (legacy user)17/10/2014 14:11Fri Oct 17 14:11:48 2014In response to Re: Alternative RouteTop of thread

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I'm getting the 10.44 from Whyteleafe and see how long it takes me to get there. Skipping breakfast but going for a lunch in the George in Wanstead. This is one of those monolithic Wetherspoons handily placed opposite Wanstead station which is just a few stops short of Barkingside.

Suspect my journey will take me to London Bridge and then possibly a Jubilee Line to Stratford and thenceforth a Central Line to Wanstead. Try to avoid MK Dons fans on the way to Brisbane Road.





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