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Old 26th June 2017, 21:20   #1
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Old 4th July 2017, 21:41   #2
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Well done to curly42



01 - Cowley
02 - Deepgreen
03 - Harbornite
04 - curly42
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Can't argue with a genuine service shot! Well done, 'Curly42' (does your moniker number reflect the 'Warship's class?).

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Sadly not,although I did see them all. "Curly" was one of the nicknames I had when on the railway,and 42 is the answer to Life,The Universe etc etc.
I did have a few other nicknames during my railway time,although I'd rather not share them on a family forum !!!!!
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