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  1. Trains to Barnsley Saturday

    There are less trains than usual from Sheffield to Derby Saturday evening. Even East Mids Trains have less than usual for some reason. There are direct trains from Barnsley to Chesterfield, Alfreton, Langley Mill, Ilkeston and Nottm though that are unaffected. I don't think there will be major issues, just busier than normal.
  2. Fulham (A) Tickets

    The pubs around Putney Bridge Tube station can get a bit busy. Alternatively, get the tube to Hammersmith where are some decent pubs about, including 2/3 as you walk down Fulham Palace Road. Or Tube to Vauxhall, change onto a train to Putney (not Putney Bridge) and there's a few around there. Just a short walk across the river then to Putney Bridge and onto the ground.
  3. Fulham (A) Tickets

    Tamworth is a good shout usually, however.,.. There aren't many cheap advance fares now. There's only one train back at 20.30 which may be cutting it fine. Villa are playing at QPR so Tamworth and/Euston could be very busy.
  4. Fulham (A) Tickets

    £64.50 return now. Go and return on any train. Or, have a look at Megabus as their service defaults to the trains as they don't run buses from Derby. Owned by same company as East Mids Trains. You can get two singles for £46 in total at the moment but you have to travel on the specific trains you book.
  5. Bolton Wanderers v Derby County

    Alternative and cheaper option is Derby to Crewe, then Crewe to Wigan. It's then a short bus (No. 575) or taxi journey to Horwich where the ground is.
  6. Just an advance warning, there are no trains from Manchester to Horwich/Bolton next weekend. It's a replacement bus service again like two seasons ago. As an alternative, and also cheaper, you can go via Crewe then Wigan and then taxi/bus the last six miles to Bolton's ground.

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