How do you plan your GWR FNC

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tractakid
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Re: How do you plan your GWR FNC

Post by tractakid » 02 Jan 2014, 23:45

Yeah, I agree with Nigel.
*insert boasting about notable tube accomplishments here*

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Iain
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Re: How do you plan your GWR FNC

Post by Iain » 03 Jan 2014, 00:35

It does seem odd, I thought when we arrived at EC the departure board showed the Ken O train as due (which would have lined up with 14 past)

Bearing in mind that a missed train at North Harrow (heading NW) can lead to a major delay in finishing of 30+ minutes, off an HR start it almost becomes a "big four"
Full Network: Three completions, Best time: 17:18:18 - thanks Glen, Andrew and Rhys!
Former DLR 45 station record holder (with Glen, Andi and Stevo) - 2h:08m:57s
All lines: 46:11 (6th equal)
Zone One 2:52:51 (thanks Glen)

mrredrunner100
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Re: How do you plan your GWR FNC

Post by mrredrunner100 » 08 Jan 2014, 16:00

hi

sorry to jump in here, im fairly new to tube challenge too (attempted twice still no full completions...yet but planning another) i tend to plan a FNC by just having the tube map open and writing stuff on a spreadsheet and then adding up journey times and see what the duration is and if its not fast enough then i change and re-plan stuff
Best FNC time
18:10:37 :)

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