Discussion in 'Steam Traction' started by Reading General, May 5, 2017.
Now that would really depend on how many nazis are in tow.
Not so Sir, I merely jest (as in my judgement did Andrew). For my part, no offence was intended and like yourself, I've learned much from this thread, not least that such a story existed in the first place.
I fixed it for you Howard! Post #1 says "story", post #4 has the word "claim".....23 pages of knickers in knots!
Good catch Ross, thanks. Original post amended accordingly.
Without wishing to revive the topic for the sake of argument, however this paragraph caught my eye in Peter Tuffery's book on the A4 Pacifics:
IMG_6687 by S.A.C. Martin posted Nov 30, 2017 at 8:18 PM
So even greater care was taken on Mallard's record attempt than the usual setup, it appears.
ah so, the paper was the fastest paper in the world then?
I thought the fastest paper in the world was The Express.
Tom (racing to fetch coat ...)
Both excellent replies!
Surely the toilet paper on Concorde....
Nah that was stationery
I suppose The Telegraph goes at more or less the speed of light ...
But I thought the Telegraph was trying to go backwards?
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No, they are racing forward to the nineteenth century, dressed like a kwaker ...
Don't even think of mentioning the Daily Heil.....
I hadn’t till you mentioned them.
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I don't suppose the smaller wheeled version of Gooch's Firefly's were particularly fast either.
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