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Wash your mouth out - both of you !!  :It's a no no


Have you never heard of the LNER ?  :Happy



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Hi Petermac.   Not really being 100% au fait with my iPad and grammar. Occasionally I find myself dropping right into it, from a great height. Let alone etiquette on the forum. And you have written a message to a mystery person or persons about the LNER, of course One would imagine that any fan of Railway’s real or model should have heard of them.   Best wishes Kevin 



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If you go back a post Kevin, all will become clear.  :thumbs



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Petermac wrote: If you go back a post Kevin, all will become clear.  :thumbsHi Petermac   Thank you for your reply.  I am perfectly clear of mind , when I see my name I know it that is meant for me. Likewise someone else’s name. Best wishes Kevin 



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