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 Posted: Fri Oct 15th, 2010 06:23 pm
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Hello John,

                 It is a similar thing to Americans leaving the U out of Labor and Harbor,

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 Posted: Sat Oct 16th, 2010 06:56 am
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Hi Max

been busy for the last couple of weeks, it is nice to come back and see what you have done:thumbs

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 Posted: Sat Oct 16th, 2010 08:31 am
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They're not alone, Michael.  Google Victor Harbor here in SouthOz.   :twisted:

Thanks, Matt.  I thought you had been quiet.



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 Posted: Sat Oct 16th, 2010 05:42 pm
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Matt wrote: Hi Max

been busy for the last couple of weeks, it is nice to come back and see what you have done:thumbs

How is the food in Strangeways nick these days Matt?:mutley



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ha

you may have a giggle, i have been on a training course with a training officer from strangeways.:lol:

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 Posted: Wed Oct 20th, 2010 09:25 pm
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Not giggling yet.  What's Strangeways?  :oops:



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 Posted: Wed Oct 20th, 2010 09:34 pm
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Max Strangeways is the main prison in Manchester it has a very patchy history a massive Victorian job that has had far too much of my tax spent on it making comfortable.

:oops::oops: apologies if my humour didn't work, it was just with Matt saying he had been away for a while i was intimating his time away was being spent serving a sentance in our local prison...sorry!



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No need to apologise, Pete.  It sounds like it would make a good model.  :lol:



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 Posted: Thu Oct 21st, 2010 08:11 pm
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Here you go Max heres a picture of the gatehouse to get you started:mutley





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OMG, Pete.  Doofer, did you see this?



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MaxSouthOz wrote: OMG, Pete.  Doofer, did you see this?seen it ? he was proberbly a resident!!!

:mutley:mutley:lol::cool:

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Progress Report:   We now have a bell playing as the loco leaves and returns to the shed (about 600 mm of travel), and coupler clash at most of the couplings (if you'll pardon the expression).  :oops:  Still tweaking the stopping and shuffling.  Nearly got 100% - about 98.9.  :roll:

The coupler clash is in the Schedule at the start of the run and in the Block at the end.  Adjustments are in seconds at the starts and centimtres at the ends.

Onward and upward - very slight gradient.   :shock:



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sounds good so far,(sorry ), but a slight gradient is better than the steep climb you set out on.

:doublethumb:lol::lol::cool:

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owen69 wrote: MaxSouthOz wrote: OMG, Pete.  Doofer, did you see this?seen it ? he was proberbly a resident!!!

:mutley:mutley:lol::cool:


I once had to take a prisoner there, horrid place. The verbal abuse and the things we got thrown at us in the yard are not mentionable on a forum like this...........

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dooferdog wrote: owen69 wrote: MaxSouthOz wrote: OMG, Pete.  Doofer, did you see this?seen it ? he was proberbly a resident!!!

:mutley:mutley:lol::cool:


I once had to take a prisoner there, horrid place. The verbal abuse and the things we got thrown at us in the yard are not mentionable on a forum like this...........

Doug

So you are not going to model it then Doug:mutley I went to MCTC Colchester once with a prisoner, he got treated better than me by the screws and i was the escort! Bar Stewards.



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dooferdog wrote: I once had to take a prisoner there, horrid place. The verbal abuse and the things we got thrown at us in the yard are not mentionable on a forum like this...........

Doug

. . . . and that was from the prison officers.  :mutley



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