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  1. Thunder - Rip It Up. Featuring former Mostly Autumn singer Heather Findlay on backing vocals. Tim Bowness - Lost on the Ghost Light, which I've reviewed here http://www.kalyr.com/weblog/music/record-reviews/tim-bowness-lost-in-the-ghost-light/
  2. The unfitted 5-plank was a 9' wb ex-PO mineral wagon. The railway company-owned fitted general merchandise 5-planks and their BR-built equivalents were 10' wb; i.e. a different prototype(s), and would be a completely new wagon. British N has probably evolved past the stage where a single generic model can cover both.
  3. Mostly Autumn - Sight of Day Pre-orders now shipping. I expect I'm not the only one here who pre-ordered.
  4. Thanks. There was a big "Buy" button on the Class B tanks page but no equivalent on the KFA page (You can tell I'm a software tester!)
  5. Have you stopped taking orders for the KFAa now? Can't see a "buy" button on the page..
  6. I was thinking for the 123s here rather than the earlier 126s, I think there were only 10 4-car sets built.
  7. I do wonder if their reluctance to do the Hawksworths in maroon is because most of the diesel-hydralics that will pull them are made by Dapol rather than Farish, and they fear boosting sales of Dapol locos at the expense of their own? Or is that just being too cynical?
  8. New lyric video from Tim Bowness. The album is due out on 17th Feb
  9. And the NSE Mk1s due in the next few months are more WR than they are anything else. The Thames & Chiltern fleet accounted for the bulk of the Mk1s in NSE livery.
  10. Are the Mk2a FKs in maroon and green prototypical? Thought that was the original vacuum-braked Mk2s
  11. Looks like the models announced last year due in the shops in 2017 to me. Continue to froth!! I'll have a Tiger 55 PBA...
  12. A collaboration between Black Sabbath's Tony Iommi and the Dean of Birmingham Cathedral, the Very Rev Catherine Ogle, featuring the boys and men of Birmingham Cathedral Choir.
  13. Hyères today, Ghent tomorrow? Jodie Marie, Trouble in Mind Wishbone Ash, Live Dates
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