Same here but something in stone, lasts much longer, Bodiam or Harlech castles spring to mind. :rolleyes:
The calm before the storm perhaps. :rolleyes:
Found a 1930s photo of yard.pilton
To get a TWAO is really bully boy tactics, don't get me wrong I would love to see the railway running again, and to see it running over as much of...
See post 1658.
I must say that I was disappointed that Mr Meanley a person of integrity in my opinion, would get involved in such matters that my opinion of him...
You stupid boy. :rolleyes:
An Alcoholic! :rolleyes:
I travelled on one of the 4DD units number of times to say the seating arrangement was intimate would be an understatement, not ideal for girls in...
Yeh one of them! :)
Have to agree with what you say, also the number of likes he has received tells a story in its self.
In other words, a stitch up. :rolleyes:
Had a similar experience back in the 60s in a Mk1 Cortina going up Wimbledon hill in heavy rain. anyway back to the choo choos.
Get your facts right that is not a map of Clapham Junction or its yards, Clapham Yorkshire maybe but not Clapham junction south west London. ;)
On the local brew was we, you could drop Swanage into Clapham yard at least about five times and still have room, never the less liked the photos.
More chance of finding nessie I think. :rolleyes:
Might have been a mirage. :rolleyes:
Any news about that bridge renewal at Alton, seems to be dragging on and on. :mad:
My son who has worked in Qatar for the past 7 years is home for a break says Dad don't knock the weather the rain looks great, glad he thinks so. :(
Not to mention the climb out of Weymouth to Dorchester.
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