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82045 The way ahead?

Discussion in 'Steam Traction' started by Kinghambranch, May 24, 2008.

  1. The Green Howards

    The Green Howards Part of the furniture Friend

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    Pretty sure my 15 year old could manage to do that without even trying.
     
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    Re the "momentous announcement", maybe a date for a getting the chassis over the Bridgnorth wheel-drop and putting the chassis on the 6 driving wheels?

    I do wonder if lack of covered accommodation is becoming an issue though?


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    When that ‘momentous announcement’ comes, we better grab our popcorn, because it is going to be exciting!
     
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    I wouldn't call that a momentous announcement, that occurrence is something which is inevitably going to happen as the build progresses. No, I think something is going to change which will take us all by surprise.
     
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    Like ripping the tanks, bunker & rear truck off and bunging a tender behind it?

    Perhaps we should just exercise some patience.....
     
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    Like I said earlier.......:)
     
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    It is odd that whilst the jintys had a keyhole I never saw a key in use:Chillout:
     
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    82045's down to work the Machynlleth-Pwhelhi leg of the Great Briton next year?! ;):p
     
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    On Nat Pres???
     
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    Fair point!
     
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    There is a photo on Flickr by Dave Cooke of a key in use on the Jinty, Think it was Jim Bodfish on the Key :)
     
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    I did, Dave. The MPD did a spoof donkeys' years ago and stuck a big key in the hole. I'm sure there was a photo in the Magazine. Damn! Didn't read the above before I hit the keyboard:Banghead:
     

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