Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Quizzes & Games' started by paulravuslante, 8 Feb 2011.
Following that pointer -- Chillingham Road, Newcastle-upon-Tyne Metro?
Spot on. Your floor!
Concerning Ireland's temperance apostle, English mess-up -- Mathew: "Nay !" v. pee'd-ness
No -- geographically far-removed from there.
The "Irish connection" is just to let me have one word of the clue. The "answer station" is on Great Britain's national network -- as above, a long way from Scotland.
Further hint: it's an anagram -- 18 letters.
(If not, has the station got to do with a nearby sporting grounds?)
Not Wembley Stadium -- nothing to do with sport in any way or shape.
After poring over a map I think I have it:
Pevensey and Westham
Right -- anagram of "Mathew: 'Nay !' v. pee'd-ness".
It's your pledge to invite people to sign...
There are more banks around the South Coast
Branksome indeed. Your go again.
Description possibly heard from loco crew, of poor-quality coal which has hampered getting their train to this station. (All fuel must be brought into these parts by water, anyway.)
Afraid not. A bit of a tendency has been observable lately for people to come up in answer, with Scottish stations; when the correct one is a very long way south of Scotland. That applies to this question.
No -- further south still.
No. Location: a southerly Channel -- but not St. George's.
Portsmouth Harbour? But I'm not sure of the coal reference.
A wonderful variety of names suggested so far; but not the right one. Hint: it's on a heritage line.
Ashey (on the Isle of Wight steam railway)?
Correct ! -- as in, "this coal is ashy".
I have one, again not on the national rail network:
Had team guides sat around here to watch the sports?
Well done John, Gateshead Stadium it is. (Anagram of first four words). Your turn.
Thanks. The wander ends here.