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 Posted: Tue Jul 24th, 2012 10:40 am
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Yeeeeee-Ha!

 

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Wouldn't I just love to have a go with one of those.



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Wow - there's some gorgeous machinery there Sol. :thumbs:thumbs



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I agree, that barbecue looked excellent! :thumbs

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You were supposed to be looking at the locomotives TF ...................:brickwall



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Locos? Were there locos?

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What no barbecue? We could learn a thing or 2 from our friends over the pond. I'm sure I would fall off those locos too with or without a barbecue. They look a bit precarious perched on some of those little locos.

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The thing that impressed me with that clip Martin was the rolling stock.  It looked fantastic.

I'd tend to agree with TF, the locos look a little small for some of those big boys ........................:roll:




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I'd like to have seen them all 'radio-controlled' so as not to be distracted by the miserable looking bunch on old giffers sat astride them....was it me, or was there a distinct lack of smiles on faces?

I'd have been grinning like a Cheshire cat doing that!

I do so admire the work that makes them possible.

 

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