QPR (A) tickets

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Re: QPR (A) tickets

by RG30 » 22 Sep 2022 11:38

Just got my 2.

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Re: QPR (A) tickets

by RG30 » 22 Sep 2022 17:03

And now train strike announced for the 8th :roll:

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Re: QPR (A) tickets

by Green » 22 Sep 2022 17:06

RG30 And now train strike announced for the 8th :roll:

Railair bus to Heathrow then tube, walkable from Hammersmith Piccadilly line.

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Re: QPR (A) tickets

by RG30 » 22 Sep 2022 17:07

Just realised I got my dates mixed up, we're all good.

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Re: QPR (A) tickets

by 26-10-06 » 29 Sep 2022 06:44

According to the internet there is no trains on the Friday either, despite the strike being the Saturday?!


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Re: QPR (A) tickets

by John Smith » 29 Sep 2022 17:06

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RG30 And now train strike announced for the 8th :roll:

Railair bus to Heathrow then tube, walkable from Hammersmith Piccadilly line.

Can you take beers on the Railair bus?

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Re: QPR (A) tickets

by Green » 29 Sep 2022 17:13

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RG30 And now train strike announced for the 8th :roll:

Railair bus to Heathrow then tube, walkable from Hammersmith Piccadilly line.

Can you take beers on the Railair bus?

Didn't have you down as a reader of the small print John. "Can you" absolutely, "are you allowed to", perhaps not.

I don't do much coach travel these days but the rulebook back then was you'd wait until the coach is on the motorway before cracking open a tin, as it's much harder for the driver to pull over and call you out at that point. And much less likely they'll bother.

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Re: QPR (A) tickets

by John Smith » 29 Sep 2022 17:30

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Green Railair bus to Heathrow then tube, walkable from Hammersmith Piccadilly line.

Can you take beers on the Railair bus?

Didn't have you down as a reader of the small print John. "Can you" absolutely, "are you allowed to", perhaps not.

I don't do much coach travel these days but the rulebook back then was you'd wait until the coach is on the motorway before cracking open a tin, as it's much harder for the driver to pull over and call you out at that point. And much less likely they'll bother.

I'm not sure what impression you have of me, Green. Thanks for the info. Certainly an option.

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Re: QPR (A) tickets

by Green » 29 Sep 2022 21:11

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John Smith Can you take beers on the Railair bus?

Didn't have you down as a reader of the small print John. "Can you" absolutely, "are you allowed to", perhaps not.

I don't do much coach travel these days but the rulebook back then was you'd wait until the coach is on the motorway before cracking open a tin, as it's much harder for the driver to pull over and call you out at that point. And much less likely they'll bother.

I'm not sure what impression you have of me, Green. Thanks for the info. Certainly an option.

I have you down as a man's man. Someone who likes what he likes and knows what he knows. And if he wants a beer on the bus he'll bloody well have one.


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Re: QPR (A) tickets

by Hendo » 07 Oct 2022 11:42

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