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331erock - We Didn't Start the Fire (and Ice)
Billy Joel + metal + Game of Thrones = a work of genius
In no particular order:
Justin Sullivan (New Model Army)
Layne Staley (Alice in Chains)
Till Lindemann (Rammstein)
It may well have been. I've always struggled to tell the difference between later build class 24s (with end doors and headcode boxes) and the...
It's a 26 details from the link below the pic:
"Birmingham RCW Type 2 (Class 26) No. D5335 heads the branch train, consisting of a single ex-LNER...
So about 1160hp per coach then?
Impressive, but the Scottish Region managed that in the early 60s :) :
Steam - GWR king in early BR express blue
Diesel - A draw between the Ivatt twins in original black and silver livery and the prototype Deltic...
There was a GWR 4000 class loco named Prince Albert.
Considering how popular Royal Navy warships are as a subject for loco names, we're lucky...
There's currently a Colas 67 (027 I think) sat light engine at Euston platform 16, any idea what it's doing here?
Complete and utter b*******!
Tailgating is caused by morons who are angered by people who don't drive at excessive speed. I regularly get...
Perhaps a single type 2 of any class would have had insufficent power anyway.
I do, but they don't tend to have any of the amnoying habits I mentioned (with the exception of the occasional drunk sibling)
Compared to a train:
I get a comfortable seat with plenty of legroom.
The internal temperature is set exactly to my liking.
I know with absolute...
The catchment area of Warwick Parkway even extends into the southern outskirts of Birmingham. I used to live in Rednal and regularly drove to...
Has platform 6 at Wolverhampton (the north facing bay) ever seen a EMU or electric loco?
True, I was basing my answer on current railway geography. If we consider historic routes too, the Northamptonshire examples would be accounted...
Yep, I'm sure there are hundreds of pairs of stations which qualify, however most pairs will consist of at least 1 small town/village station....
Oh for a like button.
My 88 year old dad still does, he also still refers to Wolverhampton station as Wolverhampton High Level.
Another historic example would be NE to SE cross country services back in the days when they were loco hauled.
To avoid the need for the loco to...