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Discussion in 'Patriots Fan Tailgate Meet Ups' started by PatsFaninAZ, Oct 17, 2011.

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    We're thinking of heading up to a game when staying in NYC. The only feasible way to do it would be to take the train up to Providence, and then take the Patriots train from Providence. Driving won't be an option. Any other suggestions?

    Anyone have any experiences they can share? What is the earliest safest time to get a return train home from Providence for a 1:00 p.m. start? Would 7:00 be safe? Is the train reliable?
     

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