Where are you coming from?

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Where are you coming from?

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I have moved this over from another thread.

So we have MaxRenn coming in from London via Inverness, Malky from just round the corner, rawshark, Rufus, Airdog and Giz all on the same plane from London, Satans Puppy on the train from Manchester, Nicola and Nathalie in a car on the way from a snowy Lincoln and krispyg also on a train from I don't know where.

Let us know where you are coming from.

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I'm on the train from Manchester.
Leave at about 12:45...
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Frank and I are getting a flight from Stansted at 7.30pm as I have to teach til 3.30pm :(
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Also from Manchester, not sure what time I'm leaving yet. What are the rest of our fellow Mancs doing?
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Just spoken to Grindy who is well on her way (with Nat) & enjoying the nice snowy scenery!

Apparently, she's on the lookout for cows on the road and Marauders - my advice is, if you see anyone with a mohawk and leather trousers just run 'em over and ask questions later:-)

Actually, I was so gutted when you announced Jake would be there with the missing Doghouse footage that I'd considering luring her into my cellar with a 'newly discovered' Italian cannibal epic, locking her in and donning a pretty frock & wig and taking her place :shock:

Ah well, will just have to hear all about it next week.
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krispyg wrote:Also from Manchester, not sure what time I'm leaving yet. What are the rest of our fellow Mancs doing?
My train leaves Pic at 12:46, when I arrive I shall take lunch with my father and then take my place in the queue for the good seats.
I will also be attempting to hijack Green and Tim Sullivan for a Gorepress interviews.
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I will be out and about around that time, are you changing at Preston onto a Virgin service?

If you are on the 13.41 from Preston to Glasgow let me know as I may be on that train myself, so if anyone else Manchester based is then let me know as i will try and get you in 1st class with me...
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Thats the train I am from Preston, yeah!

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I'll be travelling from Glasgow as well. Massive travel from 10 minutes away from the GFT.
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300 miles later and we made it :D
Through rain,thick fog from scotch corner through cumbria,to a long drive along the M74 we are here in a rainy damp glasgow and we wouldnt have it any other way.
off to get our tickets just round the corners the gft and find some food and drink,to kick off this evening.
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I remember last year, a kebab, chicken pakoras, chips and a can of pop, £4.95!

Bargain!
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Coming from the infamous Wisbech via Stansted leaving at 11.45 - looking forward to the weekend
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I'm coming from deepest Yorkshire. Leaving Skipton at 9.30 tomorrow and joining the Virgin Glasgow train in Carlisle at 11.47... Should be in Glasgow by 1pm..!
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Anyone else struggling to get here?

Really not looking good for Adam Green(i really hope this is all a joke and he is here just now) and i saw a couple of other people are having travel problems.

No real problems in Glasgow this morning, a bit rainy but that is it.
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feggie wrote:Anyone else struggling to get here?

Really not looking good for Adam Green(i really hope this is all a joke and he is here just now) and i saw a couple of other people are having travel problems.

No real problems in Glasgow this morning, a bit rainy but that is it.
My hopes of getting there for today's kick off are fading fast. The A9 is blocked and there are no trains between Inverness and Perth. Hoping this will change later today so I can at least get there for tomorrow.
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