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nutter

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Robert Stephonson lived in the area, you have the oldest operational railway in the WORLD (the Tanfield), and you have the docks and the beach in south sheilds, oh yeh, and the non-english lingo (ye cani ce it reet pet :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:)
 
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nutter said:
Easy way to settle the North South thing. Go to birmingham, it's known as the City in the middle of the contry and there is no shortage of places to go, even for the wives (thank god for the Bullring :lol:)

I could think of far more fun things to do in Bham :p ;)
 

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I thought Londoners considered anything North of Watford Junction (Some even say Z6) is North. ;)

Nothing wrong with the cold. At least the North doesn't have sprinkler bans. ;) 8-)
 

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Very true! Although I'm still as tight on my water usage as possible. Got to allow the lot in Birmingham and London have water from our way...
 

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Chaz said:
I thought Londoners considered anything North of Watford Junction (Some even say Z6) is North. ;)

Actually anything North of Watford Gap services on the M1 is *Right up north". :p
 
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