Do the owners of the Chobham Treacle Mines want them? :Googleit:
Lucky you. You can enjoy it safe in the knowledge that I won't spoil your view.
It's only fair to point out that Steve Edge's site has several pictures of the work being done on 88.
I didn't see any credits. Were those the dulcet tones of Bob Symes-Schutzmann by any chance?
Martin, doesn't that make the case for separating guided tours from working hours? (Something Llangollen should have thought about when I was on a...
Just to add that such activities always go better with a bit of Railway Esperanto! Not for the delicate ears of the GBP.
Very sorry to hear about Rosie. She also attended the Alton area group meets - a very nice lady.
May 1985, actually. So long ago, where did the time go?
I had a run behind it last year. Went so well that I hope the calibration of the speedo is checked!
That's how it was when I had a failure at Canute Road in Southampton. Problem was that the nearest bluebottle was in Bournemouth, as all of...
Offering dates for completion of overhauls is offering a hostage to fortune. (Once an engine is running predicting its withdrawal for another...
On another topic entirely, has any work started on the new Premier Inns site?
Or "Mud & Custard" as I called when Mick Austin first turned a carriage out that style.
Getting the axle loading increased is always a good thing, in principle. The reality of the WSR situation is that it is the bridges that would...
To mix heritage and Network trains on the same line there would be so many changes that the line as it is would become unrecognisible.
And if you are watching it on Dave ... ... ... :D
Who blabbed? I thought my secret was safe! :D
It would be pushing it to run any more. The 1972 Sectional Appendix says this about the loop at Alresford: 'Standage L & V' as 17. 17 would equate...
As part of my life's work of upsetting the Paddingtonian conspiracy:
57xx for LSW G6;
45xx for LSW T1;
14xx for LSW C14;
5205 for LSW H16, and
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