He should be in a advert... "You've been Tangoed",Coxster said:It's one of those pictures that you just wish Yorkie was doing heads-out in onboard LHCS
Chaz said:I can picture a Pacer been hit by a wave, it would be completely crushed and thrown into the wall.
*Waits for the usual post about "DON'T HATE PACERS!!!" from a Mr X"
I've heard Network Rail are looking into a diversion route away from the Sea Wall as Climate Change happens. Just look at -15 C...
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He should be in a advert... "You've been Tangoed",
Didn't a 143 once do a Bristol to Penzance service? I seem to recall reading about it in RAIL?Jim said:There is NO evidence to SUGGEST that a Pacer would make it, after all, they have no turns in D&C, nearest youl'l normally fine a Pacer is Taunton
That would most probably take the rough route of the Heathfield branch went from Newton Abbot, south of Dartmoor and the joined onto ML south of Exeter... The Voyagers would get stuck on the hillsChaz said:I've heard Network Rail are looking into a diversion route away from the Sea Wall as Climate Change happens. Just look at -15 C...
ROFL! Definately need them out sometimes!spm_43030 said:I havent laughed once in this thread!
Ok, the yorkie comment brought a slight grin, but really, you lot seem to have a bad habbit of turning something light hearted into a debate :banghead:
The picture has been photoshopped and come one........if the weather was that bad do you think the voyager woud have made it to Dawlish hock:. It would have ground to a halt just after Dawlish Warren instead
THINDERBIRDS ARE GO!