How long would it take you to walk to a home match?

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Re: How long would it take you to walk to a home match?

by Dick Habbin's hairdo » 07 Sep 2013 09:12

7,255 kilometres in 1,761 hours or just shy of 61 days, apparently.

Route includes a ferry and crossing Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Syria and Turkey.....

8 hour flight and RailAir from Heathrow much more appealing - especially in the bar on the A380.

However, from next season, 4.9 miles and 1 hour 38 mins.

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Re: How long would it take you to walk to a home match?

by Pseud O'Nym » 07 Sep 2013 14:48

Dick Habbin's hairdo 7,255 kilometres in 1,761 hours or just shy of 61 days, apparently.

Route includes a ferry and crossing Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Syria and Turkey.....

8 hour flight and RailAir from Heathrow much more appealing - especially in the bar on the A380.

However, from next season, 4.9 miles and 1 hour 38 mins.


Yeah, I'd heard a rumour TSI were going to relocate the club to the that part of the world.

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Re: How long would it take you to walk to a home match?

by Arnie_Pie » 07 Sep 2013 15:17

3.9 miles, 1 hour 18 mins.

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Re: How long would it take you to walk to a home match?

by BonBoh » 07 Sep 2013 17:26

29 hours flat.

Although Google does warn: Use caution - This route may be missing sidewalks or pedestrian paths.
It also does not include sleeping time or toilet breaks.
Realistically, I think we are talking three to four days.

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Re: How long would it take you to walk to a home match?

by 2 world wars, 1 world cup » 08 Sep 2013 10:29

I can't walk.





Ok I can but it's too much effort.


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Re: How long would it take you to walk to a home match?

by Very near...far away » 09 Sep 2013 05:48

Google cannot calculate. It would be a long time though I imagine.

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Re: How long would it take you to walk to a home match?

by HoneyRoastHoax » 10 Sep 2013 11:47

21 hours, 1 minute

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Re: How long would it take you to walk to a home match?

by Brum Royal » 12 Sep 2013 14:53

91.2 miles, 30 hours.

A nice walk though - taking in Stratford, Chipping Norton and Henley along the way

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Re: How long would it take you to walk to a home match?

by floyd__streete » 12 Sep 2013 15:04

13hrs 6 mins. I can shave 10 mins off my time on my walk home by leaving early as usual 8)


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Re: How long would it take you to walk to a home match?

by Maguire » 12 Sep 2013 19:14

It's about 45mins for me I guess. I should know really as I have actually done it more than once.

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Re: How long would it take you to walk to a home match?

by ChicagoRoyal » 12 Sep 2013 19:36

3987.4 miles including a swim across the atlantic ocean.

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Re: How long would it take you to walk to a home match?

by SLAMMED » 12 Sep 2013 19:48

ChicagoRoyal 3987.4 miles including a swim across the atlantic ocean.


That is a unit of distance. The question clearly asks for an answer with a unit of time.

Also fck off newbie.

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Re: How long would it take you to walk to a home match?

by boyal royal » 13 Sep 2013 19:05

Took me 1 hour and 20 mins from The Victoria in Tilehurst didnt fancy the walk home though New Lane Hill is a bugger to walk up!! :o


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Re: How long would it take you to walk to a home match?

by Bristol Paul » 13 Sep 2013 20:24

77 miles 1 day apparently, non stop walking

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Re: How long would it take you to walk to a home match?

by Ginger_Blitz » 13 Sep 2013 20:49

40 minutes along the canal which uninterestingly is exactly how long it took me to walk to Elm Park.

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Re: How long would it take you to walk to a home match?

by blythspartan » 13 Sep 2013 21:34

How ever long it would take from near the Prince of Wales in Tilehurst. How long should it take?

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Re: How long would it take you to walk to a home match?

by Samrfc01 » 14 Sep 2013 01:52

30-40 minutes for me.

Do it every time I go.

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Re: How long would it take you to walk to a home match?

by CemeteryJ » 14 Sep 2013 07:45

5 days (and 2 hours)

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Re: How long would it take you to walk to a home match?

by weybridgewanderer » 14 Sep 2013 14:28

apparently it would take me 296 hours, but some of that would have to be by boat

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Re: How long would it take you to walk to a home match?

by Waylenstreet » 14 Sep 2013 16:19

blythspartan How ever long it would take from near the Prince of Wales in Tilehurst. How long should it take?

According to google maps it should take you 1hr and 5 minutes.

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