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I'm a weird guy and I've always wanted to go see St Johnstone vs Hibs away, my chance has arrived and for some reason I'm not chomping at the bit nearly as much as I thought I would be.

If I do go via Train what sort of time should I give myself to walk to the ground, or is that a foolish endeavour? Any decent boozers on route or generally? General advice welcome (including not to bother). 

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1 minute ago, Chefki Kuqi said:

I'm a weird guy and I've always wanted to go see St Johnstone vs Hibs away, my chance has arrived and for some reason I'm not chomping at the bit nearly as much as I thought I would be.

If I do go via Train what sort of time should I give myself to walk to the ground, or is that a foolish endeavour? Any decent boozers on route or generally? General advice welcome (including not to bother). 

Getting the train your better getting a taxi to the ground mate. 

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28 minutes ago, Chefki Kuqi said:

I'm a weird guy and I've always wanted to go see St Johnstone vs Hibs away, my chance has arrived and for some reason I'm not chomping at the bit nearly as much as I thought I would be.

If I do go via Train what sort of time should I give myself to walk to the ground, or is that a foolish endeavour? Any decent boozers on route or generally? General advice welcome (including not to bother). 

Could try hitching a ride on a combine harvester?

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The last game I went to was the 0-0 between the 2 sides at ER last season. It was 'Football for a fiver' and I was robbed blind.

Similar story here I suspect.

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1 hour ago, Chefki Kuqi said:

I'm a weird guy and I've always wanted to go see St Johnstone vs Hibs away, my chance has arrived and for some reason I'm not chomping at the bit nearly as much as I thought I would be.

If I do go via Train what sort of time should I give myself to walk to the ground, or is that a foolish endeavour? Any decent boozers on route or generally? General advice welcome (including not to bother). 

Head to the Grill, then to the Kirkside, nip around to the Bee Bar then grab the number 7. Get off at the top of Newhouse road, walk down and head to the Welcome inn, then take a leisurely stroll through letham to Mcdiarmid. 

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1 hour ago, Chefki Kuqi said:

I'm a weird guy and I've always wanted to go see St Johnstone vs Hibs away, my chance has arrived and for some reason I'm not chomping at the bit nearly as much as I thought I would be.

If I do go via Train what sort of time should I give myself to walk to the ground, or is that a foolish endeavour? Any decent boozers on route or generally? General advice welcome (including not to bother). 

 

27 minutes ago, mizfit said:

Head to the Grill, then to the Kirkside, nip around to the Bee Bar then grab the number 7. Get off at the top of Newhouse road, walk down and head to the Welcome inn, then take a leisurely stroll through letham to Mcdiarmid. 

Don't listen to him. It's his attempt at a joke 😂

You'll end up stabbed/covered in old mens piss. It's a fine line in those places. 

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2 minutes ago, SJFCtheTeamForMe said:

 

Don't listen to him. It's his attempt at a joke 😂

You'll end up stabbed/covered in old mens piss. It's a fine line in those places. 

Fucking ruin my fun why don’t you!

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1 hour ago, Chefki Kuqi said:

I'm a weird guy and I've always wanted to go see St Johnstone vs Hibs away, my chance has arrived and for some reason I'm not chomping at the bit nearly as much as I thought I would be.

If I do go via Train what sort of time should I give myself to walk to the ground, or is that a foolish endeavour? Any decent boozers on route or generally? General advice welcome (including not to bother). 

 

31 minutes ago, mizfit said:

Head to the Grill, then to the Kirkside, nip around to the Bee Bar then grab the number 7. Get off at the top of Newhouse road, walk down and head to the Welcome inn, then take a leisurely stroll through letham to Mcdiarmid. 

Don't listen to him. It's his attempt at a joke 😂

You'll end up stabbed/covered in old mens piss. It's a fine line in those places. 

You may find some Saints fans in the Caladonian. Most pubs in Perth town centre will be dead though as it's a glorified village 😂

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1 hour ago, mizfit said:

Head to the Grill, then to the Kirkside, nip around to the Bee Bar then grab the number 7. Get off at the top of Newhouse road, walk down and head to the Welcome inn, then take a leisurely stroll through letham to Mcdiarmid. 

Mizfit kens

43 minutes ago, SJFCtheTeamForMe said:

 

Don't listen to him. It's his attempt at a joke 😂

You'll end up stabbed/covered in old mens piss. It's a fine line in those places. 

That's not a joke it actually sounds like a decent day out.

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5 hours ago, Chefki Kuqi said:

I'm a weird guy and I've always wanted to go see St Johnstone vs Hibs away, my chance has arrived and for some reason I'm not chomping at the bit nearly as much as I thought I would be.

If I do go via Train what sort of time should I give myself to walk to the ground, or is that a foolish endeavour? Any decent boozers on route or generally? General advice welcome (including not to bother). 

The Foundry is a decent pub (assuming it’s still there), walkable from the station, you’ll need to get a taxi to the ground though. 

Its about an hour walk from the city centre and there’s not really all that much near the ground except from a Tesco.

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21 minutes ago, Les Cabbage said:

The Foundry is a decent pub (assuming it’s still there), walkable from the station, you’ll need to get a taxi to the ground though. 

Its about an hour walk from the city centre and there’s not really all that much near the ground except from a Tesco.

 

7 minutes ago, Kyle said:

Taxis are a bit of a rare beast around Perth these days. 

Scratch that then, apologies.

Not been to McDiarmaid Park since 2019 and hope not to go again.

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