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  1. Reading centre pubs

    They organise a bus to the ground before and after the game
  2. Reading centre pubs

    It is away fan friendly.. And they have a bus to the ground.
  3. Public Transport to Brentford

    Don't go via Clapham Junction. It's the same line and the line has a problem. Either go to South Ealing via Piccadilly Line (there are minor delays but should be ok), or Gunnersbury by District Line.
  4. Public Transport to Brentford

    There are still delays on the piccadilly line (due to signal failure this morning). Also it's only a 15/20 minute walk from South Ealing which can be faster than the 4 stops on the bus.
  5. Public Transport to Brentford

    There are currently no trains at all running from Clapham Junction/Vauxhall/Waterloo to Brentford. So generally better to get the district line to Gunnersbury, or Piccadilly line to South Ealing. Hopefully it will improve as the day goes on, but I wouldn't be hopeful.
  6. Public Transport to Brentford

    Just to let you all know, there's been a train derailment at Waterloo this morning and there will be a limited service for the rest of the day (this is to add to the less frequent trains from Waterloo in August anyway). Hopefully it will start to resolve itself, but SW Trains still think there will be problems later. Might be better to go to Gunnersbury on the tube and then get the 237/267. Any questions, let me know! (I actually work in Brentford so know the area very well).
  7. Brentford Travel / Pub Guide / Info (Merged)

    Unfortunately one of them is shut. But 3 is good.
  8. Brentford Travel / Pub Guide / Info (Merged)

    I actually work in Brentford so know the area pretty well. You can get a tube (piccadilly line) from Hammersmith to South Ealing (only 2 stops) and then either get the 65 or walk (15/20 minutes).. That should take about 30 minutes. Or the same from Earls Court (you actually pass Hammersmith that way, so better get off there if the bus lets you). If you go to Victoria, it's much quicker to get the train to Clapham Junction (only takes a few mins) and then the train from platform 5 (they are every 15 minutes and take about 20 minutes to Brentford).
  9. Blackburn, Burton, Forest

    3-5 Brentford!
  10. Brentford away tickets

    You can just get the 65 bus from the stop outside Ealing Broadway. Doesn't take too long.
  11. FYI London Based Reds

    By the way the Famous Three Kings will be showing it on Friday. http://www.f3k-london.co.uk/sports/#startDate=2017-03-14&sport=all
  12. QPR away pub

    The defectors weld is a reasonable pub and it's only a 10 minute walk from the ground. It's a Youngs pub, but it's decent. Not sure there are many football like pubs nearby though. http://www.defectors-weld.co.uk/
  13. QPR on Tuesday

    Have confirmed that it's pay on the day, just £4 more expensive and you can only pay by cash. http://www.bcfc.co.uk/news/article/2016-17/pay-on-the-night-at-qpr-3367255.aspx
  14. QPR Away

    Ah alright cheers. Is it true there's only restricted view tickets left?
  15. QPR Away

    Thoughts on Gold or Silver?
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