Would the preservation of the Great Central ever have started if it had been required to pass a cost-benefit analysis??? I think not.
Excellent, that looks really good!
I watched it full-screen on YouTube with no problem.
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I can't see any reason why money sent by Paypal isn't equally valid for...
Can you use your influence to get the GWRS to accept payments by Paypal, please, then I will make a donation.
The bridge survived its first 100 years using traditional ballast. Now that it has been restored to good condition I can't see any reason not to...
I recollect that the fund-raising for the canal bridge was also to cover further design work and obtaining planning permissions. Does anyone know...
I'm surprised that only 400 people are regular monthly contributors to the scheme - come on you lot!!!
I think some people are suffering a sense of humour failure.......................
I'm sure a film company props department would soon paint over a a plaque on a bench with a bit of poster paint which would be washed off...
Until recently most preserved railways have paid scant attention to goods trains, regarding them as 'non-revenue earning'. However in recent years...
Do we know who owns this locomotive yet? He can't keep it a secret if he's going to be working on it!
BITD? An acronym too far.
It's excellent news that the railway have regained the use of that land.
I guess it is painted straight away because freshly blasted metal starts to rust immediately, especially in a damp atmosphere this time of year...
Surely each and every steam locomotive is of historical importance!
I am very pleased that the original bridge is being repaired rather than replaced with a modern concrete slab.
Flying Phil, I think you should be put in charge of this project!
I agree - when I saw the title I thought is that North, Central or Midland?
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