Anyone know why class 47’s were called Spoons. Is this something to do with the controls in the cab.
I have also come across the name Fruit...
The title not the contents of the book.
Apparently we can all pre order a book called Tails Of the West Somerset Railway.
You have got to laugh. Could not make it up.
When you think the story ends ,
It’s yet to begun,
Like a trip gone wrong,
It goes on and on and on and on.
Butlins consintration camp.
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Another way to look at all this is that , I have lost I count the times I have turned up at WSR for the first train. Basicly the first train has...
Also a means of providing train heating . So that Diesels can also be used during the winter months if and when needed.
Mk1 BG or a GUV Van may be good candidates for steam heat conversation. I know Tysley uses a GUV Van as a water carrier on some of the steam...
Could be the local Mendips Wall Fish. We can have to much of a good thing you know.
Always saddens me, when I see what looks like a Siphon G Van and the two Six Wheel Milk Tankers. Just sat there quietly rotting away by the sea air.
Could be a great excursion on the WSR section. I have an idea for a Headboard
HST125 minus 100mph. Just My humour not to be taken seriously.
I think that is a nice selection of engines. With the home fleet included aswell. I am already looking forward to the gala. Always wanted to see...
You could also use the term Hybrid instead of Frankenstein, for these long lost railway engines and coaches .
Thanks for enlightening me .
Thanks Robin, On the 10 Of July 1961 the electric token system was replaced by king levers on the single line section on the Royal Albert Bridge....
Thanks I did not now that a king lever could be used for that function. I have been reading about the king levers that were used for the Royal...
I walked up to the Quarry in May 79. Demolishing the buildings made the quarry very hazardous. The buildings were demolished in a way so that the...
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