Dear Guest, and welcome to RailUK Forums. Our non-railway discussion forums are currently restricted until members have five or more posts, and you will not be able to make a new thread or reply to an existing one in this section until you have made five or more posts elsewhere on the forum.
[Garnett, Branson and Souter in GNER Offices]
Garnett: I'd have to consider my position here. We have a significant brand
which must command a premium price.
Souter [rummages in pocket and takes out coin]: Ah'll give ye a poond fer
Garnett [taken aback]: Now look here. This isn't a fire sale. GNER isn't
just for sale to the first bidder. I'm sure we could get a far better price
Branson [rummages in pocket and takes out coin]: Alright, two pounds.
Garnett: We can't just sell out without considering all the options.
Branson: Moir Lockhead's in town as well.
Souter: Aye, wid ye prrrefer tae become jest another division o' Firrrrst?
Garnett: You're just bluffing. How would you know?
Branson: The staff restaurant have been ordering, sort of, extra, y'know,
Souter: D'ye want tae do the deal wi' the scabby fat basa?
Branson: No chance of, y'know, nice press launches with babes, and that.
Oh, my friend has renamed BBC ONE to 'one' on his Freeview reciever
Nice mocks there - one slight flaw with the first, whilst you have used GNER's 'corporate' typeface differentiating the N and E from the G and R, the BBC would never do that. Apart from that, good work I'll have to start work on some Thames'link' ones!
On copyright, it is 'fair use' - besides, I want something for my hefty licence fee...
I believe that DVT might be very slightly out of gauge, it has a flap open on the right side. That particular photo I believe was taken by Yorkie (or possibly Sethinauld) at Motherwell on a recent Glasgow trip.