Separate names with a comma.
Steve Wright has got a ‘g’.
Absolutely right! All yours.
It’s in South Yorkshire.
Hear, hear! The ceiling had cracks with leak patches coming through, the windows leaked, the seats were rock hard compared with other 144s and...
The ‘station in Kent’ is literally a station in Kent.
No sorry, it’s much simpler than that: just an ordinary cryptic crossword clue. It’s only served by Northern Rail.
There were three people on Sheffield station at 1930 when I returned from my daily walk. I doubt it would have been busy.
Clue time. Might be easier if I rewrite it:
Pointlessly deliberately miss work at a station in Kent.
I am sure there was a thread in ‘Buses and Coaches’ about the largest settlement with no public transport. I think your ‘village’ would be the winner.
No but it’s a fantastic name!
Llantrisant is the site of the Royal Mint, which was in Guildford in Saxon times.
Pointlessly miss work at a station in Kent.
Acton Main Line?
Weston-Super-Mare is also famous for how far the tide goes out.
The Glossop line had a diesel service while they were converting from DC to AC. Not sure how long this took, though.
The first time I ever went abroad was the ferry to Cherbourg in summer 1977. It left about ten at night; we were dropped off by car, but I’m sure...
Sandbach? Did Leyland buses and trucks buy out Foden? Or was it ERF.
(Clutching at straws here)
Did Rossington and Tuxford ever have stations? Along with Bawtry they are small towns on the ECML, but all three locations were convenient to the...
Is that an instruction? I would await @DarloRich to reply to that. If it’s near Darlo then I expect a fierce defence, if nearer to Hartlepool...
Yes you can and you’re right. I don’t know how old you are, Karl, but my gran always had things wrong with her feet like bunions, chilblains and -...