Guns & Butter

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Chops
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Guns & Butter

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https://youtu.be/9Wgo_YnDHGE

More frivolity in North American HO. Apologies to Graham Coxon.
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Brilliant a real fun layout. I have not seen the trolley bus system since the 1950’s and that was on a shop display layout, happy memories.

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Nice one Chops, as usual. Used to love travelling on the trolley buses.
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I used to go to school in the fifty’s on a trolly bus, cost a penny in old money from Harringey to Wood Green.
Happy Days.

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My only memory of trolley bus rides is in Newcastle up from the station to the then Newcastle General Hospital for deep x-ray treatment on my leg aged 6. I'm told after the treatment I was carried on my mothers back as I was left unable to walk for a short time. (Eventually the leg was amputated aged 7 and life went on!)
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