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Any owlstalker's on this? Is it doable from Stamford Bridge with a 6pm KO? 

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Unless they put an extra train on it's the only viable train to get back to Sheffield (even then it gets in after midnight). Approx 90 minutes to get from Stamford Bridge to St Pancras, easily doable. 

 

I knew it'd sell out so booked tickets right after the final whistle yesterday. 

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5 minutes ago, alanharper said:

Unless they put an extra train on it's the only viable train to get back to Sheffield (even then it gets in after midnight). Approx 90 minutes to get from Stamford Bridge to St Pancras, easily doable. 

 

I knew it'd sell out so booked tickets right after the final whistle yesterday. 

Yep, I'm booked on too. Just a bit panicky about getting delayed at tube station

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8 minutes ago, Stockyowl said:

Any owlstalker's on this? Is it doable from Stamford Bridge with a 6pm KO? 

Should be fine. Get to Earls Court, couple of stops from Fulham Broadway, then Piccadilly Line to St Pancras. Just checked TFL website. No issues shown that weekend.

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24 minutes ago, Stockyowl said:

Any owlstalker's on this? Is it doable from Stamford Bridge with a 6pm KO? 

Course it is, London has one of the best transport networks in the world.

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13 minutes ago, owls-swfc said:

Does this train take 5,000 plus? 

There's one every minute just about lol

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4 minutes ago, LiamAP22D said:

There's one every minute just about lol

 

 

he means the st pancs to Sheffield

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Just now, Manwithastick said:

 

 

he means the st pancs to Sheffield

My bad mate.

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Underground trains every five minutes or so.

25-30 minutes station to station.

 

What time will the match finish?

How long to get from the ground to the underground platform? Bare in mind that the away end is further from the street than the home end. 

So how long does it take to run from the underground to the mainline at St P?

 

Should have 20 minutes spare.

 

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May end up quicker to avoid crowds at Fulham Broadway and walk up Fulham Road to South Kensington Underground. Easy journey back to St Pancras from there on Piccadilly Line.

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Quicker to walk to Earls Court (20 mins) and get Piccadilly line from there. 

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What if by some miracle it  goes to extra time & penalty’s. 

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£7 ticket leaving Victoria Bus Station at 9.30 arriving in Bradford at 2am then a taxi to Fax. I must be wrong in me head.

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2 hours ago, owls-swfc said:

Does this train take 5,000 plus? 

Easily. It's a single carriage affair.

Hanging on to the roof and doors should be no problem.  Our supporters are getting used to being in a precarious position.lol

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Will be carnage. By the way booking a ticket doesnt guarantee you a place on the train, strange and unfair but true

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2 minutes ago, unkastav said:

Will be carnage. By the way booking a ticket doesnt guarantee you a place on the train, strange and unfair but true

 

It does when you've reserved a seat

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19 minutes ago, alanharper said:

 

It does when you've reserved a seat

I bet it doesn't in the 'Terms & Conditions':carlos:

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