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 Posted: Sat Jun 1st, 2013 09:00 am
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These houses are just a stone's throw from the (former) Penarth to Barry Docks line.

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From me personally,
I thank you for posting all the pictures you do.
Gives us foreigners an better "Feel" for the structures etc in the UK. Also idea's as to fill in a blank spot on our layouts.
Have got some great ideas from your pictures.
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Glad that you find them useful.
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Alan-2 wrote: From me personally,
I thank you for posting all the pictures you do.
Gives us foreigners an better "Feel" for the structures etc in the UK. Also idea's as to fill in a blank spot on our layouts.
Have got some great ideas from your pictures.
THANK YOU

Never mind the "foreigners" Alan - they give us all some great reference material.

Well said for thanking David - I'm sure doing so is something we all ought to have done ................:oops::oops::oops:



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Brilliant photo's as usual David, so how about a few shots of St Pancras - could be the start of some very interesting layouts !

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Thanks Allan. I'll probably be going to London in October so watch this space!
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mynnyddog wrote: Thanks Allan. I'll probably be going to London in October so watch this space!
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Most certainly will David - any chance of laying face up on the tracks and photographing the roof . or up in the roof face down photographing the tracks!

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If in a few months time you read in the paper of a mad photographer being carted away from St Pancras by BTP ............................

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mynnyddog wrote: If in a few months time you read in the paper of a mad photographer being carted away from St Pancras by BTP ............................
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We'll know who it is .......and who to blame .......:thumbs



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