Who managed to get to work today?

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  1. PaulaSB12

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  3. Natasha&Matt

    Natasha&Matt <font color=royalblue>I fancy Prince Eric<br><font

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    im ok as i only live across the road from work x :thumbsup2
     
  4. Goofysmate

    Goofysmate <font color=red>Isn't fussed where she is, as long

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    nothing moved here yesterday either & has snowing again today :cheer2:
     
  5. natalielongstaff

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    my dh managed to get to Rugby :thumbsup2
     
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    Sounds like a nightmare.
     
  7. Jets fan

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    Getting to work today was fun. I was woken up at 5.30am by a thunder storm and assumed that it was raining as rain usually accompanies thunder (or so I thought). I got up at 7am and found another 2ins of snow. I plodded to the train station in my snow boots and there was a limited service into London. Got to Paddington and walked in the slush to my office. All in all it took 2 hours as opposed to the 1 hour it usually takes, but I'm here:thumbsup2

    Tina
     
  8. Chilly

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    I didn't have any problems getting in to Paddington, all the trains seemed to be running as normal.
     
  9. Jets fan

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    They usually do from Reading, it's the branch lines that have problems, like the train from Henley and Bourne End. These trains are always the first to be cancelled, unfortunately. I had to get on a train at Slough that stopped 6 times as there were no direct ones. Hopefully it'll be better going home:thumbsup2
     

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