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 Posted: Sat Oct 26th, 2019 02:15 pm
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Chubber wrote:
  that are probably only legible from more than 3 feet if you have a 72" T.V. screen....an' a nuvver 'fing, grammer, it's awful now, innit?

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Yes, it's awful... ;-)

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WARNING.......... Thread drift :off topic




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Just finished watching the series on catchup. Had a bit of a google and found the below links which folks might find interesting:
Hattons interview about the series with Team Railriders https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YBAbAVbo1_o&feature=youtu.be

Jenny's (of Team Railriders) youtube site https://www.youtube.com/user/jennyemily667/videos

Kathy Millatt's (Judge) youtube site https://www.youtube.com/user/NYNHHkathy

Gordon :-)

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Just wondering if there will be another series, or has the novelty of model railways on TV worn off :hmm


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I believe they have already been asking for teams to apply for next year..



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What did people think of the winning team - The Railwaymen of Kent?  It seemed to me that some traditional modelling skills were rewarded....
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Do I detect thoughts swirling in the mists concerning a YMRC team up for a challenge in 2020?

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Headmaster wrote: What did people think of the winning team - The Railwaymen of Kent?  It seemed to me that some traditional modelling skills were rewarded....
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Agree with that :thumbs

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Longchap wrote: Do I detect thoughts swirling in the mists concerning a YMRC team up for a challenge in 2020?

Just wonderin.

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Well I would cheer one on! 

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The Q wrote: I believe they have already been asking for teams to apply for next year..

This is correct, applications opened on 2 November.....

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