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Hi Steve, I grew them outside under shelter in yoghurt pots, then when they could be handled i put them in some gravely compost in full sun watering them sparingly over the course of about 5months. I would think that you would be able to grow them in a window box. Coincidentally there is a bit about growing them on day 2 of skills week. All the best Monty Don.

 

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Hi Adrian, the new greenery looks absolutely fantastic. It gives the scene great depth and density, and it was lovely to see those wider shots with the layout in all its glory.

 

Grow-your-own is taking authenticity to new heights!

 

Adam

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  • westerhamstation changed the title to Westerham, Time to Stop and Stare

Absolutely marvellous images, they put me in mind of all those black and white photos from the 50s. I never got to see if in real life, it was all gone long before I was born.

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21 hours ago, MrWolf said:

Absolutely marvellous images, they put me in mind of all those black and white photos from the 50s. I never got to see if in real life, it was all gone long before I was born.

Here you are MrWolf.

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Good job you got those pictures back in 59.....   you would have been up before the Beak if you had been down on those lines, these days.

 

Stay safe, keep a good lookout when taking pictures these days...  those boys in blue are never far away......

 

 

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It would be interesting to know how much money has been wasted on all that steel power station type fencing to keep thieves and idiots off the railway which could have been spent on improvements. 

Last time I had anything to do with it, it was around £100 per metre.

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