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#14701 New Haven Neil

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Posted Yesterday, 16:14

Is prototripe a sort of Vegan alternative or is it a Fraggle delicatrickery thing for tourists?

G.Lobalwarming

 

 

Prototripe is like tripe, but you have to count the little sticky-up bits to see there is the correct amount.


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#14702 Mallard60022

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Posted Yesterday, 16:44

Prototripe is like tripe, but you have to count the little sticky-up bits to see there is the correct amount.

I'm gutted.............


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#14703 LNER4479

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Posted Yesterday, 18:09

Mmmmm! Corn beef quiche lorraine with Lyonnaise potatoes


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#14704 Stubby47

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Posted Yesterday, 18:55

English, Flemish or Stretcher?

 

And the answer appears to be - all three, and 1/3 bond as well.

 

The main, original building is built using Flemish bond. The toilet extension to the right (roadside view), although similar, uses Stretcher bond.  The small store to the left uses Flemish bond at the bottom, has been rebuilt on the front top with English bond, uses Stretcher bond on the side and a mix of Stretcher bond and 1/3 bond on the rear (platform side).

 

Thanks to Devonseasider for the photos to allow this level of detail to be ascertained.

 

I know most of the brick & stonework will be covered in a yellow gloop, but it's important to get the details right.


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#14705 Captain Kernow

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Posted Yesterday, 19:42

No I am not doing a Captain K and finding towns on a map


Oi! I'll have you know that all the places I name are carefully chosen by a committee of highly skilled experts and as such and given the sheer amount of time that goes into the process, I might reasonably expect a little more gratitude.
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#14706 New Haven Neil

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Posted Yesterday, 19:49

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Posted Yesterday, 20:12

Jolly's Bottom.

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Posted Yesterday, 20:25

Piddletrenthide



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Posted Yesterday, 23:58

Mmmmm! Corn beef quiche lorraine with Lyonnaise potatoes

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