Brake van rides behind Kilmersdon?
Is an Oakhampton the same as a Woodenwilly?
They could have towed it behind Kilmersdon?
“take one up the gwili” sounds like a definition in Roger’s Profanisaurus?
Oh yes there is, especially in your imagination.
Excellent! I’m sure Peter Rampton would have been delighted. Not a flippant comment, he was a good friend for 30+ years.
I remember seeing this program when it was first shown in 1975. I thought it was wonderful and it’s still as good nearly a half century later. As...
.... and from Dan Quayle too!
Interesting film from a couple of years ago. Answers some of the questions posted in this thread.
Oh dear, I liked that bridge. At least the replacement level crossing will hold up the traffic most admirably!
Of course, the closure at Chelfham might be to facilitate the laying of track across the viaduct, through the station and northbound to the...
Drummond Black Motor
Having broadcast the fact on this forum I rather assume EA will know that you’re getting the signal box. What a curious thread this is.
It was the Boeing 737 crash at Kegworth; the reasons for misidentification of the fire were more complex than the above post suggests.
Steam heating plant? I hope it’s authentic using a redundant locomotive from the linear scrapyard.
I note that the car involved was a Chevrolet Spark. Would it not be wise to fit all WLLR locomotives with spark arrestors to avoid further...
No; International Man of Mystery.
Passed Dawlish again on Wednesday; camping coaching painting in full swing.
A good question Mr Foxy. Much of the charm of Gazelle comes from it's long association with the bucolic S & M. I imagine the conversion to an...
I passed Dawlish on Thursday afternoon (on my way home from Kazakhstan - another story); it looked like the camping coaches were being repainted.
My favourite candidate for a new build project; weighing in at 5 tons it would be a tremendously fun device to tour with.
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