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Ashover Light Railway

Discussion in 'Narrow Gauge Railways' started by Louth, Jan 4, 2012.

  1. Louth

    Louth New Member

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    Does any one know what has happened to their website?

    I have not been able to access it for a while now.
     
  2. Trainman

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    Same problem. There has been some "hot" talk in the past and maybe the owner of the site has packed up his toys and gone into the corner. Not sure as it is the only way I could keep tabs on a very historically peculiar railway.
     
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    Just beginning to wonder if the entire society has folded, as there seems to be very little response to this.
     
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    Sadly it's looking like it. Hopefully the Phoenix will arise out of the ashes. Imagine if you can a 4-6-0T heading up a new grade with a rake of D Class wagons in 2015! Just beautiful.
     
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    Good news ! I have contacted the Secretary of the society, and he assures me that it is just a temporary glitch regarding the ownership of the domain name used on the website. They are hoping to get up and running again online asap.
     
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    Hurray - new ALRS magazine landed today. A group worthy of support methinks.
     

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