NLR: The Worst Happens

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Hi,

The NLR Meet was a qualified Disaster, unforunately MJ Spencer and Richard Armstrong Never made it. Then complete disaster, the 47 failed, meaning an hour wait for the peak to be hooked up, then a massive shunt that saw a run-around. Then the biggest disaster, the Peak couldn't create a Vacuum, so we were stuck, the Line had to cancel all services. :(
 
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Paul_Parkin said:
Hi,

The NLR Meet was a qualified Disaster, unforunately MJ Spencer and Richard Armstrong Never made it. Then complete disaster, the 47 failed, meaning an hour wait for the peak to be hooked up, then a massive shunt that saw a run-around. Then the biggest disaster, the Peak couldn't create a Vacuum, so we were stuck, the Line had to cancel all services. :(
I bet i could of got both locos working 8)
 

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I went to the ELR for the weekend instead (Paul knew this and wasnt expecting me)
 
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