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  1. I had dealings with both Peter and Alan during the course of my career. Both true gentlemen - but not to be trifled with.
  2. In other words, "you'll get what you asked for".
  3. My brother did one of those school cruises to the Baltic, probably in about 1973/74.
  4. ...until you lean across it for some reason.
  5. In the M&E it was a rule of thumb that for full 24/7 cover you needed five real people per position. You could just about get away with 4, plus overtime, but holidays and shift changes could catch you out.
  6. Fill the hole with plastic wood or similar, then start again. A patch underneath would add more strength if there's room.
  7. Interesting. Last year I took my grandchildren to Beamish. The "annual passes" were sold as tickets, with which you could "come back as many times as you like for a year" or similar - giving a subtly different perception. Regarding tax/Gift Aid, although I'm a UK taxpayer I couldn't claim this because the computer insisted on me entering a UK address, which I don't have.
  8. Andy, my recollection of factory equipment control panels is that they were usually either a matt dark green or, in later days, battleship grey.
  9. That's exactly right, John. As for a better option, cyano or UHU might be OK. Otherwise, just pour it into the boiler barrel and cap it with a disc of styrene or similar (or even Plasticene)?
  10. I still have the A1 Models conversion kit to turn the old Hornby NBL Type 2 DE into the DH version. Not needed once the Dapol RTR version came out.
  11. Whatever you do, don't use PVA to fix it.
  12. Australia - Wales, in the Melbourne rain, was a much more enjoyable game to watch than last week's. In fact, it was almost a thriller. Both sides played adventurously, and between them scored 64 points, but in the end the winners were those whose took better advantage of their opponents' mistakes.
  13. Australia - Wales, in the Melbourne rain, was a much more enjoyable game to watch than last week's. In fact, it was almost a thriller. Both sides played adventurously, and between them scored 64 points, but in the end the winners were those whose took better advantage of their opponents' mistakes.
  14. Don't worry Tony, I don't need it any more...
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