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gingernuts


Posts: 505
Joined: Nov 2007
Post: #21
05-12-2007 08:37 PM

Getting home late at night is often as busy as getting into work in the morning - always has been - so you shouldnt find it a problem. The mornings are OK and it's only 15 minutes so doesnt matter if you have to stand. Nationalrail.co.uk will tell you the times of the trains. Depending where in Forest Hill you are planning to live you can get a 63 bus - this goes straight into Kings Cross. That would also be an option for getting home late. Or a train to Lewisham and a P4 or 185 bus back into F Hill.

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nevermodern


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Joined: Feb 2007
Post: #22
05-12-2007 11:31 PM

I've always found it ok. Smile

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nevermodern


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Post: #23
05-12-2007 11:32 PM

The 23:04 from Charing X, i mean.

Gingernuts, where does the 63 bus to Kings X pick up from in FH?

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thenutfield


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Post: #24
06-12-2007 12:16 AM

and besides, if you move to F Hill, you will be so looking forward to getting back here, you wont want to stay out late!

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gingernuts


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Post: #25
06-12-2007 11:08 AM

The 63 starts at Forest Hill Road by the Cemetery. This service goes to Kings Cross.

The 363 comes from Crystal Palace down Sydenham Hill by Horniman Gnds and then along Wood Vale to Forest Hill Road. This only goes as far as the Elephant and Castle, but travels a similar route.

Hope you find this useful Smile

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