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 Posted: Sat Sep 19th, 2015 08:51 pm
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Just ordered tickets for self and Daughter for the Sunday. Never been to a big show like this one before, so I can see the plastic taking a bashing that day, but you only live once so sod the expense!!! See you there,
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 Posted: Sat Sep 19th, 2015 09:29 pm
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That's the spirit. Laugh in the face of bankruptcy, that's what I say ......:mutley

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An old and now deceased friend and workmate of mine used to say"Theres no future in being the richest man in the churchyard", and our local Funeral Director says "There's no pockets in a shroud!". I'd like my epitaph to read "I, being of sound mind, have spent the lot!"
Seriously though, looking forward to meeting some fellow forumites, looking (and doubtless spending) in the Train show, not to mention reliving my past mistakes looking round the Heritage Motor collection and remembering some of the crap I've either owned or driven over the years.
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We are surely not talking about the BL princess, Austin allergic, morris marina or the great faux hall shuvette.:mutley

They all had heated rear windscreens ........... For keeping your hands warm whilst pushing them.

I had and Austin montego, and a Ford Cortina MK 5. Oh boy.

Yes ...... The memories, the more distant the better.

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Ahh the memories, replacing a snapped clutch cable by the side of the road laid in the gutter with water running down my jacket collar and out the sleeve, :thud.

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Been there, done that Pete! For my sins, one of my past mistakes was to buy an Austin Allegro (AGGRO?) 1500 estate automatic in that superb(?) shade of BL brown, which was christened "The Flying turd!". It wasn't a bad car and it'd shift after I'd sorted out various problems, plus it did take us to Denmark and back, but shortly afterwards whilst coming down a hill (Brimington Road by the 'Crem' Pete, so you'll know where that is) the front nearside suspension collapsed and we ground to a halt in the middle of the road on 3 wheels and a sump! I drew the line at that, and after repair, it was duly sold while we were all still in one piece!
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Spurno wrote: Hi Mark,yes we are all meeting at Warley.Meeting place not decided yet but i would suggest the exhibition's main loco display.Any other suggestions and times welcome.


But which day? ..... and time?

I have a ticket for the Sunday - having been there for a number of years, both as a trader and a punter, I prefer the Sunday because it isn't (comparatively) as busy as the Saturday.  If you get there with an early entry ticket it's worth going round the trade stands first whilst you can still move, though I suppose it depends on what your priorities are!



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Think we need a list of who's going and on what days??



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Hi Ron,

I'm with you. A list would be good. Maybe someone could take PM's from the guys that are going and compile a list. It could be posted every couple of weeks with revisions as people decide what they are doing.

It was Alan's thread to start with but if he is looking to delegate it, I would quite happily take it on. At the same time , no offence taken if my services are not required.

Let me know.

Just for the record, Matt and I will be there both Saturday & Sunday. We will however be leaving on the Sunday at a reasonable time for getting back up the road ......... Maybe about 2 ish ( TBD ).

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Tom,if you want to make the list feel free.I'm going on the Saturday.As i said previously we also need to settle on a place to meet.I suggested the main display as it seems the most obvious but if anyone has other ideas speak up.



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Main display will be an easy one to find Alan , Even for those who haven't been.  How about two times each day ? Say. 12   and 3. That way the early birds get time for a good look round before the meet and those who can't make it early would get a chance again at 3

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Fine by me although with the T shirts i'm sure members will introduce themselves before that.



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Hi everyone i will be there both days looking forward to meeting you all.Piran

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Hi,

Keith M confirmed for the Sunday via a PM so what ai'll do is say on Sunday coming, I'll update a list of confirmations between what comes up here and any PM's that may come my way and pits up a summary.

I'll refresh it every week or so only if it has changed.

Cheers chaps.

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Hi,

Just penning the first of the attendance lists for posting later today ( when all you guys are out your scratchers ). There are a couple of members who look like they are attending from comments made on past posts but have not confirmed which days.

Can I ask that if you see this post, can you maybe confirm ( if you are able to ) which day you think you may attend on and I'll add it to my list of attendees.

The naughty chaps are ....... Passed Driver, Jakesdad, Ianvolvo, Novice and Super D.

My apologies if I have missed out on your chosen day. I have read the thread all the way through and have picked up on the definate committals. ( the rest of us will be committed later ).:mutley

The list will be up later today and as I said, I'll update it regularly on becoming aware of anyone else taking the plunge.

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Good morning Toto

Unfortunately I won't be attending after all, we are coming over to the uk but in December and for only 3 days (pressie swap and sister's belated birthday). I suggested I could be the advance party but there was an early frost in Spain that morning. I'll look forward to the photos and will now spend my saved up pocket money on vino tinto.

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Hi Ian,

You were a brave man trying.:mutley I'm sure there will be loads of photo's and maybe even a few tales to go with them. Enjoy the vino tinto kind sir.

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Hope to be there early Sunday morning Tom for the day..
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Cheers Ron,

Your on the list, see you there.

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Sorry, not been good at giving up my plans. I will know for sure soon. I am still in the process of recovering from South Sudan having retired from the UN a couple of weeks ago. I will probably go with the flow, once I have confirmed that the weekend is free.

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