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keep the faith 23-10-2017 19:50

Guiseley Game
 
Will there be a coach going to Guiseley? If so what are the details.

chevyfire 23-10-2017 20:28

Re: Guiseley Game
 
Coaches to Guiseley, Sunday 5th November, depart 11.30 from Livingstone Road, 15 members, 17 non.
Book through usual channels. (Taken from official Accrington Stanley supporters club Facebook page)

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smudgie 30-10-2017 12:39

Re: Guiseley Game
 
Or get the train, easy peasy.

AccyMad 30-10-2017 17:01

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Depends where you're travelling from on the train, it's not quite as straightforward on a Sunday from Accrington as it would have been on a Saturday, travelling on the Sunday means changing at Bradford & having to walk approximately a mile from the Interchange to Forster Square station, ok if you know where you're going but I wouldn't fancy it particularly on the return journey when it'll be dark

mab 30-10-2017 17:02

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Just nipping up A59 for me :D

cashman 30-10-2017 17:54

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Which is probably the reason Keep The Faith and I are going on the coach. Out else aint easy peasy.

Tin Monkey 30-10-2017 18:39

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Quote:

Originally Posted by AccyMad (Post 1203791)
travelling on the Sunday means changing at Bradford & having to walk approximately a mile from the Interchange to Forster Square station

It's a 5 minute walk on well-lit and usually busy streets.

The biggest pain is having to swop trains at all.

AccyMad 30-10-2017 19:48

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Tin Monkey (Post 1203801)
It's a 5 minute walk on well-lit and usually busy streets.

The biggest pain is having to swop trains at all.

Exactly, & if you don't know Bradford or have a lousy sense of direction a 5 minute walk could turn into a half hour hike - I'll stick to the coach to be safe :rolleyes:

monkey hanger 31-10-2017 08:01

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Tin Monkey (Post 1203801)
It's a 5 minute walk on well-lit and usually busy streets.

The biggest pain is having to swop trains at all.

at least its mainly downhill unlike most walks in bradford but this 2 station thing has always been a problem in bradford. remember folks its sunday so there could be the usual disruption to services due to line work. coach could be a good choice for locals.

NORTHERNSOUL 31-10-2017 10:45

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Or just carry on thru to Leeds and do your change there

AccyMad 31-10-2017 15:52

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Yeah, I didn't realise you can do it that way - made the error when accessing the trainline site of typing in that I wanted the times from Accrington to Guiseley (as you would) & it only came up with the change at Bradford option - been told since that booking from Accrington to Leeds & then Leeds to Guiseley makes it simpler

Lord Stiffupperlip 31-10-2017 18:50

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Quote:

Originally Posted by AccyMad (Post 1203830)
Yeah, I didn't realise you can do it that way - made the error when accessing the trainline site of typing in that I wanted the times from Accrington to Guiseley (as you would) & it only came up with the change at Bradford option - been told since that booking from Accrington to Leeds & then Leeds to Guiseley makes it simpler

No AccyMad, you didn't make an error.
The first available service on Sunday from Accrington, with only 1 change at Leeds, is the 12.03. This gets you to Guiseley 16 minutes after kick-off at 14.16.
The 11.03 service gets into Guiseley at 12.42, but involves the 2 changes at Bradford. This is the only practical service for those getting the train.
Returning, there is a train from Guiseley at 16.19, with 1 change at Leeds, arriving Accrington 18.20, taking over 2 hours.
If you take the 11.03 to Bradford, you have only 27 minutes to transfer from Interchange to Forster Square.
The adult return fayre, without any railcard, is 19.30
It's cheaper, and possibly quicker, by coach

Exile on Spencer St 31-10-2017 19:17

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Trains, coaches....good grief. Is the Lanchester playing up, Lord Stiffers, or is it the chauffeur's day orf?

Lord Stiffupperlip 31-10-2017 20:25

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Exile on Spencer St (Post 1203842)
Trains, coaches....good grief. Is the Lanchester playing up, Lord Stiffers, or is it the chauffeur's day orf?

Haw Haw Exile old chap.
Unfortunately Sunday coincides with my chauffeur Blenkinsop's monthly day-off.
This means I shall be taking the wheel of the Armstrong Siddeley myself, so watch out you Yorkshire blighters!
:D:D:D

NORTHERNSOUL 31-10-2017 22:19

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Sorry guys i.d forgotten about the early 2pm kick off


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