Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Quizzes & Games' started by paulravuslante, 8 Feb 2011.
At random -- Sugar Loaf??
Going with the logic that Welsh Cob = Welsh Pony which would turn around on the turntable at Porthmadog
Well, the station is in Wales but neither of the two suggested so far. Looking for a potential anagram might be a way forward!
Unlikely, but just to keep the fire from totally going out -- Tonypandy??
Anagram of "rehorsing" to make it easy!
172006, you have it!.
Dump a heavy load (of sand and mud).
I'm sorry for keeping you waiting. I shouldn't have posted a riddle knowing that I wouldn't have internet access for the next three days.
Tipton is correct. Your turn Karl.
Also a clever suggestion, but not what I had in mind.
Here's where I hear my last post.
Mile End?? ("Mail end" -- recognise that I'm "reaching".)
I hope you don't think I have too much of a brass neck by suggesting Bugle?
Nice one! It's all yours GusB
Thanks. I don't have a clue ready, therefore the floor is open.
By England's father stream, "Rev.'s writ -- desire & id, no-no !": deranged pious ascetic
Hint: this is one of two separate terminal stations on different lines, serving the same town, both open today in passenger service. "Same name, different suffix" -- fictional model: Crumpleton General, and Crumpleton Victoria Road.
Windsor & Eton Riverside?
Correct -- anagram of the bit in inverted commas.
Verily, brother, the floor is thine.
Thanks, Calthrop. A quickie to follow: Masculine value.
Well done d9009alycidon - Heworth it is.
Given the altitude it is not difficult to Inhale Wind around here
Correct Calthrop, well done - your turn.
Modern edgy versifier seeks to replace in poetic canon -- with more modern-relevant material -- outdated 17th-century geezer with his stuff about the Fall of Man, and all that.
Most speedily done, fair sir -- go'est ye e'en.
Open floor, please