Categories Melbourne Heading home for Christmas Post date Tue 25 December 2007 6 Comments on Heading home for Christmas Southern Cross Station, 9am Christmas morning PS. Bonus: Related Herald Sun story and ABC online! Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInReddit 6 Comments on Heading home for Christmas ← The horror of Highpoint → Death and destruction 6 replies on “Heading home for Christmas” Merry Christmas Daniel to you and your family. Have a wonderful time of it, I hope. We’re still in Christmas Eve here. :) Daniel Um, so if you were heading home, where were you in the first place?? Rog. Daniel I just read in this morning’s Herald Sun why you were at the station (to see a friend off on the “Geelong/Warrnambool train”). From the picture you posted it’s too dark to see that the carriage is really crowded, which was the theme of the Herald Sun article. Rog. Sometimes I don’t need to blog; the mainstream media does it for me. Though actually I was there for the Shepparton train, and merely watched as the Geelong train loaded up and left. Here in the UK we had no trains at all locally, and pretty much no trains anywhere, both christmas and boxing day. utter crap it was. Haha, I saw you there but from a distance and didn’t want to make a wally of myself shouting out “Daniel!”. We caught the 10AM train but got there at 9:30. It ended up being pretty packed, but we got seats because we were there so early. The train coming back was at 4:48 (from Lara, where my parents live) and we got seats on that no problem. But hey at least it was free. Comments are closed.