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Why two men rode the entire Melbourne train network in a day

Tom Elliott
Metro Trains Melbourne

Two men have ridden the entire Melbourne train network in one day, stopping at all 213 train stations across 15 lines.

Tom Elliott spoke with one of them on Tuesday!

Leo Whitehead, a computer science student at Monash University, said the trek began at Richmond station at 5am and finished at 2am at Sandringham the following morning.

It took the pair 20 hours, 41 minutes and 14 seconds to complete the roughly 620 kilometre journey.

“We just wanted to see whether it was possible,” he told Tom Elliott.

Press PLAY below to hear how it went (and why they did it)

Picture: Getty iStock

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