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 Posted: Sun Apr 22nd, 2018 10:54 am
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Despite the fact that my interests stem more from Waterloo than Paddington I have to express the view that GJ Churchward was not just a genius but a revolutionary in the development of the Steam Locomotive and the practices of the GWR.
I do admire the diorama above but it does beg one question;-
What is Mr Churchward standing on? Did he have a career as a Subbuteo footballer that we are unaware of? :lol:



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:lol: :lol: :lol: It is his base. He is only standing there for the photo. His base is covered in snow.



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Oh, Dr Beeching what have you done?
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I'll have to buy a bike, 'cos I can't afford a car.
Oh, Dr Beeching what a naughty man you are!
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I knew it was too good to be true! :mutley



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Wonderful modelling, don't let him near the tracks on the 19th  of  December.



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