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Busy, busy busy, 08173 on it's way to block the view of 47199 and 25054 on the Fuel Pumps.

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1 minute ago, Porkscratching said:

So the earth is flat after all..!:o

Only in the 4th Bedroom!

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Argyle Streets 08, 08644 Shunts some Wagons about the Yard.

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33 minutes ago, Andrew P said:

Argyle Streets 08, 08644 Shunts some Wagons about the Yard.

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Hi Andy

 

Very nice mate... Weather is excellent...

 

Regards

Jamie

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10 minutes ago, 7APT7 said:

 

Hi Andy

 

Very nice mate... Weather is excellent...

 

Regards

Jamie

Thanks Jamie, I have loads more Weathering to do once I can get to my gear again down Souf. 

 

Cheers mate.

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^ Such a shame this whole section was buried as part of the M25 scheme, there were plans for a preserved railway on this line, which if existing nowadays would be brilliant ( biased as I'm often nearby!).. but the powers that be demanded the preservation soc. paid some astronomical sum to retain the ground, which was priced, no doubt, with a view that they'd never afford it.

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Chevening Halt 1960, Chevening Halt 2020.

2 hours ago, Porkscratching said:

^ Such a shame this whole section was buried as part of the M25 scheme, there were plans for a preserved railway on this line, which if existing nowadays would be brilliant ( biased as I'm often nearby!).. but the powers that be demanded the preservation soc. paid some astronomical sum to retain the ground, which was priced, no doubt, with a view that they'd never afford it.

 

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Large Logo 37, No 37183 departs with the Catfish.

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The number of times I've seen the Coopercraft lorry kits with the front wheels on the back and the back wheels on the front.

 

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2 hours ago, PhilJ W said:

The number of times I've seen the Coopercraft lorry kits with the front wheels on the back and the back wheels on the front.

 

I built it years ago and no one had ever noticed that before including me!  What you're not seeing is the fact it doesn't have any rear wheels on the other side as they have broken off. It is due for replacement.

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Running out of Argyle Street Yard Light Engine is a filthy 47359 in Sector Livery.

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A quick dash over to Seven Mills, and by that time the Sun had come out.

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On a blustery morning on 16th February 1987 3 TTA tanks are to found tethered in the yard!

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