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Southwold Railway

Discussion in 'Narrow Gauge Railways' started by Bar Side, May 7, 2012.

  1. kscanes

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    Ah, American visitors! I've worked in a couple of jobs that involved Americans, and inevitably we used to show them round. To quote one, "Hey, look, a pink house with a grass roof! Let's go in and look." "Um, no, that's really someone's home, it's not a visitor attraction, it's private." It took some time to get this through to several of them.

    Sorry, off topic.
     
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    With the colour of that protective sheet, I had to do a double take of the welder shot .... I thought the work was being done in Lilliput for a moment there! :D

    Fantastic progress, way ahead of what I'd been expecting. I wonder whether the sight of an authentic Southwold loco, now clearly on the horizon, might even soften some hearts among those currently opposed to the line?
     

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