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UK's busiest and quietest railway stations

 

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DonQuixote
Chelsea Transfer Target


Mar 14, 2019, 3:42 PM

Posts: 5969
Location: Crossrail - Zone 6
Team(s): Romford, Everton, @BrentwoodSunLge

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He's doing the 'least used' tube stations now building up to
the 'least of the least' which is probably Roding Valley on
the Central Line.

It [RV] seems busy compared to the like of Blake Hall
and North Weald on the old Ongar branch - both were in the
arse end of nowhere.

There are some odd dudes that follow GM around...bring back
his bird - La Pipe - I say. Cheeky grin too Tongue



Play-off programmes wanted: 2004 Basingstoke v Lewes. 2005 Droylsden v Kettering, Maldon v Barking, Maldon v Uxbridge. 2006 Brackley v Marlow, Kendal v Stocksbridge. 2007 Paulton v Taunton, Tooting v Hastings. 2008 Didcot v Oxford City, Tooting v Worthing, Sheffield v Stocksbridge. 2009 East Thurrock v Concord, Ilkeston v Kendal, Nantwich v Guiseley, Stocksbridge v Carlton. 2014 Tiverton v Paulton. 2015 Darlington v Bamber Bridge.

FA Vase semi wanted: 2001 Taunton v Clitheroe.


FA Trophy programmes wanted: 1969-70 Any round from first season. Have many but plenty of gaps still to fill.


Tykeoldboy
Chelsea Transfer Target


Mar 14, 2019, 4:07 PM

Posts: 3058
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Team(s): Doncaster Rovers, Everton, Mablethorpe

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He's doing the 'least used' tube stations now building up to
the 'least of the least' which is probably Roding Valley on
the Central Line.

It [RV] seems busy compared to the like of Blake Hall
and North Weald on the old Ongar branch - both were in the
arse end of nowhere.

There are some odd dudes that follow GM around...bring back
his bird - La Pipe - I say. Cheeky grin too Tongue


You'll see more of her next month when they start their "All the Stations - Ireland" tour

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