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North Yorkshire Moors Railway General Discussion

Discussion in 'Heritage Railways & Centres in the UK' started by The Black Hat, Feb 13, 2011.

  1. garth manor

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    That's going to be a sell out then !
     
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    The one who's leaving doo is featured in the series?
     
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    Glasses are required roads are numbered 5,4,3,2,L.
     
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    L for...?
     
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    Main Line, I was assuming.

    Noel
     
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    L for laugh when you look at the proposed structure. As the architects know best.............:Gagmewithaspoon::Saywhat::Googleit:.
     
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    Loop line?

    Or maybe Loco release line.
     
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    I think it stands for Long Siding, but I could be wrong about this.

    Peter
     
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    Makes sense
     
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    That's my assumption, as well. However, I would suggest that it should simply be No.1 road, as is the convention. With the building of the new barn the long siding will no longer be a long siding as it will essentially be the same length as all the other sidings.
     
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    Is that the main line further over to the right? I'm trying to picture where this new building will lie, but slightly confused with where the current pit compound sits at NB.
     
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    It's on a new site, situated between Pickering and Newbridge - rough location in the attached screen grab
     

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    Whilst it is good that they are building something. Why on earth will it have no sides and doors ? Surely the whole point of a carriage shed is to keep them secure and away from the weather, theft and vandalism, especially as they have had vandals previously. From the picture, anyone can just walk straight in.
     
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    I am also surprised that there does not appear to be any firewall between carriage roads, to protect stock.

    Ed
     
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