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A new year and a new month - let's hope 2021 is a big improvement on 2020 .......................

Please post your selection for the February "Picture of the Month" here.


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Easy peasy:



An absolute delight from Pen Y Bryn.

Thanks Phil,

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Just wondering when the January pic is going to appear!



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Alan does that Mike and the last I heard, he's struggling to access the site - apparently, every time he tries, he's timed out.

There must be some problem with the control panel, to which I don't have access.

I'm sure it will appear before the end of the month ........................... :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:



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Hi guys, its an issue at the American end at Data 1. Alan is in contact with Jim who cleared it once, but the problem returned so we are waiting on Jim looking at it again. Alan got through once when it was re set but its gone again so bear with us.  If it continues for any length of time Ill look to do the picture but I would rather hold on a bit so Alan can try it to make sure the problem has been cleared ?
Meanwhile you have me   :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:.   :mutley

PS if you know of any others having access issues please PM me so I can let Alan and Jim know. ( Although at the moment it appears very Isolated)

PPS.  No Peter I have NOT stolen Alan's keys and locked him out  :cool wink

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Barchester wrote:

PPS.  No Peter I have NOT stolen Alan's keys and locked him out  :cool wink

Cheers

Matt


:mutley :mutley :mutley


And we're delighted to still have you Matt (said with fingers tightly crossed ................... :cool wink)



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Kyme station basks in the summer sunshine.


by Puffpuffbuff   John Page back in 2014



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There are so many to choose from this stunning layout, but as a recent addition to the wonderful portfolio of pictures and to avoid a split in the voting, my early nomination goes to..... Pen Y Bryn


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Hi everyone and i'm sorry for the delay in getting January's pic of the month uploaded.I have now done that but i'm still having issues but i've found a way round that for now.Apparently my router keeps timing me out so further investigation is needed.



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Headmaster wrote: There are so many to choose from this stunning layout, but as a recent addition to the wonderful portfolio of pictures and to avoid a split in the voting, my early nomination goes to..... Pen Y Bryn


Michael

I vote for this also! Brilliant shot of a great little scene!



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My selection this month is from Colin's WC&PR layout.

This shot of his Terrier trundling through the Somerset countryside conjures up an image of a small,sleepy branchline where not too much happened and time often stood still :




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Have to throw this one in as my choice for this month :thumbs




From Michael's Faversham creak











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Barchester wrote: Have to throw this one in as my choice for this month :thumbs




From Michael's Faversham creak









Seconded.



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Petermac wrote: My selection this month is from Colin's WC&PR layout.

This shot of his Terrier trundling through the Somerset countryside conjures up an image of a small,sleepy branchline where not too much happened and time often stood still :



Seconded... Terrier...ific photo.




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Liking the Terrier



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Boy, that took some reading. :mutley



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I deleted it. I too have done that - some photos don't like being notified to others.



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Well that was fun ! By the time I had scrolled to find the 'Edit ' button someone else had deleted it !  :mutley :mutley :mutley
In my best Monty Python esc voice. " Hes a VERY VERY naughty boy !!". 

(Twasn't REALLY broke, just a link stretching from London to Newcastle !! ) 


:mutley :mutley :mutley :mutley

Cheers

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Edit to Add.  Cheers Ron, beat me to it  :cool wink



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Sorry! Trying again....Real or model? My nomination, another "absolute delight from Pen Y Bryn".



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