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Re: Inglenook Sidings

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Nope it’s an lswr as well one like the one in the photos xd
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Re: Inglenook Sidings

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Walkingthedog wrote: Thu May 06, 2021 7:17 pm Nothing wrong with that. I wish you wouldn’t keep posting pictures of the loco. If I buy one you will be held responsible. :D
Come on Brian, get your credit card out, you know you have to :D :D
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Re: Inglenook Sidings

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Now look here Terry you know I’m weak and easily led. Watch this space.
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Re: Inglenook Sidings

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To think that just a year ago Brian (WTD) said "Most fun I’ve had with a model railway for years. Two locos and two wagons.. :lol:
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Re: Inglenook Sidings

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I know. I had even more fun.
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Re: Inglenook Sidings

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To be fair I’m here with one loco two points and three wagons and I’m having a blast 😂
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Re: Inglenook Sidings

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A piece of advice. Seal your wallet in a lead box and get somebody to bury it somewhere remote.
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Walkingthedog wrote: Fri May 07, 2021 8:50 am A piece of advice. Seal your wallet in a lead box and get somebody to bury it somewhere remote.
Or give the other half! (It'll still be empty but you won't be nagged as much!!!) :D
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Walkingthedog wrote: Fri May 07, 2021 8:50 am A piece of advice. Seal your wallet in a lead box and get somebody to bury it somewhere remote.
You obviously went and dug yours up!
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Re: Inglenook Sidings

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That was the problem Barry, I didn’t bury mine in time.
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