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post 6 Feb 2007, 18:34
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I'm sick. aren't I? wink.gif

Where did the breakvan go? huh.gif

"I am sure it has been truly said that no other product of man's mind has ever exercised such a compelling hold upon the public's imagination as the steam locomotive. No other machine in its day has been a more faithful friend to mankind nor has contributed more to the growth of industry in this the land of its birth and indeed throughout the whole world. It holds the child's eye of our souls and the truth of imagination that makes us want to dream and explore all in one package. It is the steam locomotive that is the repository of these dreams and hopes."
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post 6 Feb 2007, 20:47
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Great video. So they are waterproof...

I'm looking forward to running some trains outside in the snow - if it ever snows again... wink.gif

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Brian Considine
post 14 Feb 2007, 07:09
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Liked the video.

After my Stainz took a quick trip to the bottom of the pond I quickly rinsed the mud off, blew it clear with the airline & away it went again !

Maybe I was lucky with the loco, but rolling stock often goes for a swim without any ill effects (those bloody cats).
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