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As you know, BVE is a regular feature at the Acton Museum, London. This year it was run by Paul Jobber, James Underwood and myself, with Tom Beevers on the Saturday and Chris Jolly on the Sunday. The stand owner (Jason Berryman) was busy in another area.

Photographs taken by Tom Beevers.

http://tombeevers.fotopic.net/p18772077.html
Here, we see James Underwood and me talking, with Paul Jobber at the controls.

http://tombeevers.fotopic.net/p18772078.html
Here, we see James Underwood and myself having a good old laugh with Paul (right).

http://tombeevers.fotopic.net/p18772079.html
A small child watching our screen.

http://tombeevers.fotopic.net/p18772080.html
Looking out to the audience. Paul Jobber is driving and I am standing next to him on the right hand side of the image.

http://tombeevers.fotopic.net/p18772081.html
James Underwood on the Northern Line. The small boy in the grey coat had us all in stiches saying 'Turn the window swipers on!!!' after seeing the 1995ts.
 
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Not again :roll:

I keep missing the open days :x

Great to know its becoming more of an interest to more people though :D
 

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Is it running again next year?

Interesting Photos though, we all know of how much James Underwood Laughs even of the slightest things ;)

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Tom only just sent me the links ;) It was going to re-run in June but that idea never materialised. Maybe October...
 

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Coxster said:
Tom only just sent me the links ;) It was going to re-run in June but that idea never materialised. Maybe October...

Yes, looks like October according to the LT museum website :D
 
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The one in June did run.

Anyway, what would a BVE stand be doing at a family weekend?
 

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Yes, this was February, I've just got around to putting them online.

"SOUND THE HORN!!!""
 

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Cockfosters said:
Yes, this was February, I've just got around to putting them online.

"SOUND THE HORN!!!""
Horn - check.
Swipers - this train isn't BVE4 so has not got swipers.







Tom knows what I mean ;)
 

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There were issues surrounding the graphics card on the monitor, meaning we had to press a certain key combination which tabbed out of the current app., therefore BVE4 would not work.
 

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looks like a good event, will have to attend one day! And if I get BVE working on my mac mini I could bring that and help you out :)
 

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Coxster said:
tubechallenger said:
Mackoy isn't paying us though! ;)
Gives us an excuse to play BVE all weekend though and drive the new Bakerloo Line. :lol:

tom, although it's good to get paid to do this sort of thing, but why would you wanna get paid, this is the chance to show off your quality skill (cough) in driving rotes for BVE

i'll have to talk to Jason Perryman, about helping out at a stand

i'll be comming to the Sunday 1, although i may try and come to teh saturday 1 as well


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