Coach to Farsley 22/4/23
#41

(11-04-2023, 08:41 AM)Daveangel Wrote:  My lad bought a return train ticket to York last week as he was off from Uni and went to see a mate.
It was £110. Whilst I appreciate the coaches aren’t cheap, they do represent really good value.
£110? Ouch!
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#42

I paid £59 a few years ago and it was direct too. Amazing that Crosscountry call at Gloucester!

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#43

(11-04-2023, 08:41 AM)Daveangel Wrote:  My lad bought a return train ticket to York last week as he was off from Uni and went to see a mate.
It was £110. Whilst I appreciate the coaches aren’t cheap, they do represent really good value.
Thanks Dave. ?

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#44

It’s expensive now, and they’ll probably cancel it and replace it with a bus. Smile

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#45

Can I add another junior on please? George
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#46

No problem, and don’t call me George. Smile

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#47

One for me please Dave ??
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#48

(13-04-2023, 09:50 AM)Daveangel Wrote:  No problem, and don’t call me George. Smile

Better than being called Georgous, Dave

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#49

Whenever a comment on a coach thread pings up on my phone, I think it’s a new booking until I see the comment is from you Andrew. Smile

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#50

Sorry Dave, Lily had had to pull out due to illness
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