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 Posted: Tue Jan 12th, 2010 05:11 pm
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Bob - the logo was designed down under by Sol and I too think it's a cracker. :thumbs

However, the red, white and blue livery of the UK wagon is all down to Jim so he too deserves a big round of applause.

Hip, hip, hip

Hip, hip, hip

Hip, hip, hip

God speed Winston. :cheers:cheers:cheers



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 Posted: Tue Jan 12th, 2010 06:50 pm
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If there's no need for a layout...only 6" of track,then by all means count me in!
I can get a photo of Winston on some track with Hyde Town Hall in the background.
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Cheers,John.B.:thumbs

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Nice one Jim :thumbs

Great to see Winston is off on his wanders.



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Petermac wrote: Bob - the logo was designed down under by Sol and I too think it's a cracker. :thumbs

However, the red, white and blue livery of the UK wagon is all down to Jim so he too deserves a big round of applause.

Hip, hip, hip

Hip, hip, hip

Hip, hip, hip

God speed Winston. :cheers:cheers:cheers


The initial logo design was conceived by me but updated by Rick( Gwiwer) thanks mate.

Heres' to Winston v& his travels around the UK :cheers

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Didn't you put a badge on here somewhere Sol?



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dooferdog did on post #104 on http://yourmodelrailway.net/view_topic.php?id=5809&forum_id=12&page=6
and I posted the Barchester shield post #23 on http://yourmodelrailway.net/view_topic.php?id=5809&forum_id=12&page=2

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 Posted: Tue Jan 12th, 2010 07:31 pm
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Good to finally see Winston in the flesh. Safe travels :cheers

The certificate and wagon panel are from PDF files created by myself after Sol's original concept.

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 Posted: Tue Jan 12th, 2010 07:48 pm
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I thought I had seen the red and black logo as a round badge. My memory is not as good as it was though.



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I saw that Petermacv had posted a list of participants in alphabetical order ,but somehow missed the order of the tour. Just need to know approximately  how long before i should expect the wagon to be in my area,.Have to be ready around that time . Maybe brush up the scenery and be around !



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Petermac wrote: The current proposed route is:

                          Jim S-W
                          Phill
                          Chris Nevard
                          Wallreg
                          Sparky
                          Tetley
                          Owen
                          87101
                          Mojo
                          Lawrence
                          Perth Buddy
                          Mikencini
                          Georgejacksongenius
                          Ian Morton
                          Dukedog
                          Wheeltapper
                          Gwent Rail
                          Pnwood
                          Gordons 19
                          ElDavo
                          Geoff R
                          Old Steamer
                          WD198
                          Alan
                          Ken
                          Janner
                          Henryparrot
                          ChrisT

If I've missed anyone out, or my geography needs up-dating - please shout loudly !!!!



All back in post number 39 Reg!  I see I end up with Winston last.  I don't think we got around to negotiating the storage rates!

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just dont sell it Chris!

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Thanks Chris , i must have missed it . Looks like it will be with me about 3/4 weeks . :pedal



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jim s-w wrote: just dont sell it Chris!

Jim

Being unique, it should go for a fortune:mutley after the Show of course:exclam

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Christrerise wrote:
.......................................................................All back in post number 39 Reg!  I see I end up with Winston last.  I don't think we got around to negotiating the storage rates!

If anyone goes to sleep on the job Chris - it will be more like "I don't think we got around to negotiating search and rescue rates" !! :thumbs:thumbs:thumbs

I reckoned if Winston went that way round, the farthest you'd have to go would at least be south of the M4.  You could also take some leaflets with you.......................................:cheers:cheers



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 Posted: Wed Jan 13th, 2010 01:24 am
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So should be with me by Saturday i think, if not Friday depending on the post speed.

So best i clean my fueling depot up then.

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Woo hoo, now we are truckin' ... or is it waggonin' :mutley

Whatever... :cheers 



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Marty wrote: Woo hoo, now we are truckin' ... or is it waggonin' :mutley

Whatever... :cheers 


Nah its "Rolling Rolling, he har," :mutley

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jim s-w wrote: just dont sell it Chris!

Had not thought of that - hm, wonder what it might fetch? :twisted:

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Christrerise wrote: jim s-w wrote: just dont sell it Chris!

Had not thought of that - hm, wonder what it might fetch? :twisted:

I am surprised .....  not like a top line entrepeneur like yourself missing out on an potential opportunity :lol:

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a top line entrepeneur??

isn`t that the posh way of saying "a crafty old wheeler dealer " ?

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