Semi-Final 13/04/2013

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Semi-Final 13/04/2013

Postby bulletfaefalkirk » Tuesday 12th 2013f March 2013 09:12:16 PM

Anyone know If any of the supporters buses have any space left for semi final v hibs?
Just called colonial and they got 2 buses full already lol
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Re: Semi-Final 13/04/2012

Postby lewis26 » Wednesday 13th 2013f March 2013 11:02:16 PM

Surely the Club should be puting on at least 1 bus (like they did for last SPL game) and have it properly advertised.
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Re: Semi-Final 13/04/2012

Postby CRAIG_93_FFC » Thursday 14th 2013f March 2013 12:19:28 AM

eh, why dont you use the tardis to get to the game?

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Re: Semi-Final 13/04/2012

Postby lewis26 » Thursday 14th 2013f March 2013 10:16:55 AM

:? :? :?
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Re: Semi-Final 13/04/2012

Postby CRAIG_93_FFC » Thursday 14th 2013f March 2013 06:36:20 PM

lewis26 wrote::? :? :?

unless i am reading the thread title wrong it looks like it says 2012

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Re: Semi-Final 13/04/2012

Postby bulletfaefalkirk » Saturday 16th 2013f March 2013 01:40:00 AM

CRAIG_93_FFC wrote:
lewis26 wrote::? :? :?

unless i am reading the thread title wrong it looks like it says 2012


Haha looks like I fuked up there lol.
Now I get the Tardis joke. Very clever.

As for the club putting on a bus I've called already and they not doing that this year. Ill just have to get the train I think. Only 12 pound return and I get a drink In Glasgow after game instead of being on a bus stuck in the traffic lol

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Re: Semi-Final 13/04/2013

Postby lewis26 » Saturday 16th 2013f March 2013 02:47:53 PM

Any proper reason why the Club aren't running a bus? (No sarcasm please)
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Re: Semi-Final 13/04/2012

Postby Kiddy » Saturday 16th 2013f March 2013 10:16:11 PM

bulletfaefalkirk wrote:Ill just have to get the train I think. Only 12 pound return and I get a drink In Glasgow after game instead of being on a bus stuck in the traffic lol


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Re: Semi-Final 13/04/2013

Postby lewis26 » Monday 18th 2013f March 2013 11:18:08 AM

Kiddy wrote:
bulletfaefalkirk wrote:Ill just have to get the train I think. Only 12 pound return and I get a drink In Glasgow after game instead of being on a bus stuck in the traffic lol


£13 Polmont-Mount Florida, £11.20 Falkirk & £9.30 Larbert.


Anyone know children's train fare?
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Re: Semi-Final 13/04/2013

Postby Kiddy » Monday 18th 2013f March 2013 11:28:14 AM

lewis26 wrote:
Kiddy wrote:
bulletfaefalkirk wrote:Ill just have to get the train I think. Only 12 pound return and I get a drink In Glasgow after game instead of being on a bus stuck in the traffic lol


£13 Polmont-Mount Florida, £11.20 Falkirk & £9.30 Larbert.


Anyone know children's train fare?


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Re: Semi-Final 13/04/2013

Postby lewis26 » Tuesday 19th 2013f March 2013 12:52:12 PM

:clink: Cheers for the info!
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Re: Semi-Final 13/04/2013

Postby OffshoreBairn » Tuesday 19th 2013f March 2013 01:35:42 PM

Also cheaper if you have a family & friends rail card?
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Re: Semi-Final 13/04/2013

Postby Jamie » Sunday 31st 2013f March 2013 11:45:37 PM

Orchard bus has seats, contact Jamie on 07541299939, jamie@orchard-hotel.co.uk or call 01324 6245674 and ask for Jamie or Euan
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Re: Semi-Final 13/04/2013

Postby Kiddy » Sunday 07th 2013f April 2013 05:39:34 PM

Anyone going by train, expect the ones through the High to be busy.

Scotrail have it on their websitethat there's works on the Edinburgh/Glasgow lines, through Shotts & Carstairs, & are advising folk to use the routes through Airdrie & the High.

Fans should note that planned Network Rail engineering improvement works will affect the two Edinburgh-Glasgow routes via Shotts and Carstairs on both Saturday and Sunday.
ScotRail recommends that fans travelling between Edinburgh and Glasgow use routes via either Falkirk High or Airdrie, using Glasgow Queen Street High and Low levels respectively
What ScotRail is doing for customers:
• Running additional trains between Glasgow Central and Mount Florida before and after both games
• Providing extra carriages on almost 400 trains to and from the weekend’s games, on more than ten routes across Scotland.
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Re: Semi-Final 13/04/2013

Postby markysparky23 » Sunday 07th 2013f April 2013 06:26:46 PM

Kiddy wrote:Anyone going by train, expect the ones through the High to be busy.

Scotrail have it on their websitethat there's works on the Edinburgh/Glasgow lines, through Shotts & Carstairs, & are advising folk to use the routes through Airdrie & the High.

Fans should note that planned Network Rail engineering improvement works will affect the two Edinburgh-Glasgow routes via Shotts and Carstairs on both Saturday and Sunday.
ScotRail recommends that fans travelling between Edinburgh and Glasgow use routes via either Falkirk High or Airdrie, using Glasgow Queen Street High and Low levels respectively
What ScotRail is doing for customers:
• Running additional trains between Glasgow Central and Mount Florida before and after both games
• Providing extra carriages on almost 400 trains to and from the weekend’s games, on more than ten routes across Scotland.

If you can try to get tickets before Saturday - lots of Hibees will get train

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Re: Semi-Final 13/04/2013

Postby Albus Dumbledore » Sunday 07th 2013f April 2013 06:29:52 PM

Getting trains from Larbert might be a good idea as well. Usual services running according to the national rail site.

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Re: Semi-Final 13/04/2013

Postby Kiddy » Sunday 07th 2013f April 2013 07:29:00 PM

Albus Dumbledore wrote:Getting trains from Larbert might be a good idea as well. Usual services running according to the national rail site.


No, Grahamston or Kemlin would be best. :wink: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Semi-Final 13/04/2013

Postby Albus Dumbledore » Sunday 07th 2013f April 2013 11:41:59 PM

Kiddy wrote:
Albus Dumbledore wrote:Getting trains from Larbert might be a good idea as well. Usual services running according to the national rail site.


No, Grahamston or Kemlin would be best. :wink: :lol: :lol: :lol:


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