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Lottery Dreams for investing in Heritage Railways

Discussion in 'Heritage Railways & Centres in the UK' started by toplight, Aug 29, 2017.

  1. andrewtoplis

    andrewtoplis Member

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    Forget the footex courses, if I won the lottery I'd have one of these for my daily commute!
     
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  2. Squiffy

    Squiffy New Member

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    There’s still time to get your tickets for tonight’s £71m Euromillions jackpot!
    I’m extending the S&D north from Midsomer Norton to Radstock and south to Chilcompton for starters, building a brand new 2P and land banking as much of the formation as possible towards Shepton Mallet. However I am a realist and know deep down that this is not going to happen because “she who casts no shadow” will almost certainly find out.
     
  3. 30854

    30854 Part of the furniture

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    So, that's £35,500,000 for rail related doings then ...... and from the other direction? ;)
     
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  4. Alan Kebby

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    Yes it’s in someone’s back garden in Swanage, right next to the Swanage Railway running line. Largely sheeted over though so hard to get a good look from passing trains.
     

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