Some had an injector of a type supposedly able to cope with warm water. Holcroft did not find the example he experienced to be very effective.
Does the 2MT do the entire round trip on one filling?
I suspect you may be another one in need of a mirror.
Thanks for this info. Sounds a bit excessive in view of their likely use at the time of design.
Exactly what it does mean to the non-gricer mind.
Sensibly sized locomotive.
I am sure you are both quite right. However there is a dilemma here for there is several years (decades?) of work here unless substantial...
Not sponsored then? (That would explain the gnomic comment)
That will keep the gricers happy then. Hopefully, there will be enough of them paying for tickets, food and shop items to keep the accountants...
This really won't do but I do appreciate that in your profession you are more used to asking rather than answering questions. In his posting...
If it is being sponsored please just say so. No details expected.
Lots of places do up engines e.g. Urie 506 at Ropley, Locomotives are only part of the story.
Then allowed themselves to be carried away.
Avoiding a plethora of visiting motive power is merely a way to reduce expenses. The economics of galas anywhere, not just the WSR are questionable.
With the WSR supposed to be on its beam ends, spending money on transporting stuff around does seem a little strange.
In the past, The Times was printed on paper which made it useless for lighting fires. No problem now I would suspect.
Whether or not a railway is proposed, under construction or in operation has nothing to do with the issue of removal of habitat during the nesting...
They hardly deserve "good luck" if they have destroyed the habitat of birds during the nesting season. Lines I know of take great care to avoid...
See post 2757
The real danger lies in getting sniffy about where net revenue income comes from. Quite a few places had combined operating losses last year, some...
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