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 Posted: Fri Sep 14th, 2018 02:53 pm
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jcm@gwr wrote: John Dew wrote:

Thanks Bill. That sounds like a great trip (Swindon not the Xing :lol:) I have never been to the museum but we are just planning the itinerary of a trip to Europe next year. I think I have convinced Mrs D that a pub near Swindon would be the perfect stopover after arriving at Heathrow. :thumbs

I guess your busy season is winding down now and you will have more time for modelling now? 

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If you're doing Steam, it would be very remiss of you (as you're almost in the same area),
not to include Didcot and Pendon as well!

Thats very tempting.....hadnt realised they were so close............however we are supposed to be heading to Hay on Wye :roll:

Not sure I can convince Mrs D that we need two days to recover from the flight!:lol::lol:



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That Mezzanine looks brilliant Max.....you are a lucky guy.
Hope the move goes well....to quote Robbie Burns....” Lang may your lumb reek” :lol:



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John Dew wrote: jcm@gwr wrote: John Dew wrote:

Thanks Bill. That sounds like a great trip (Swindon not the Xing :lol:) I have never been to the museum but we are just planning the itinerary of a trip to Europe next year. I think I have convinced Mrs D that a pub near Swindon would be the perfect stopover after arriving at Heathrow. :thumbs

I guess your busy season is winding down now and you will have more time for modelling now? 

Best Wishes

John


If you're doing Steam, it would be very remiss of you (as you're almost in the same area),
not to include Didcot and Pendon as well!

Thats very tempting.....hadnt realised they were so close............however we are supposed to be heading to Hay on Wye :roll:

Not sure I can convince Mrs D that we need two days to recover from the flight!:lol::lol:

Ah, you might only need one day to recover, but if you're flying back
from the same airport, you could always get back to that area a day
early, and do Didcot & Pendon as a relaxation before you fly!
Added bonus that Mrs D can't complain about railway overload if it's
split over 2 days, one at each end of your trip.  ;-)
PS, no-one is unimpressed by Pendon!



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Thanks Jeff
Not sure where we are flying back from yet.....but good idea I will work on it:lol:

Cheers

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As John says, the mezzanine looks really good. Space to spare even in 7mm. :thumbs



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