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Dave A

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Hi all. My website has been updated.

Website - www.thelondontube.co.uk

There are 4 new Central Line Videos, some images and a section on the London Underground lines

Enjoy,

David :D
 
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Mate, can't you just update your original thread? Not make a new topic everytime you get a new update, it sort of clutters up the area!
 

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I can'ygeton it just yet,but I'll have alook when I'm athome this afternoon. I'm sureit willbe nice though! :D Where's yordomain name from, and how much?
 

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tubechallenger said:
Mate, can't you just update your original thread? Not make a new topic everytime you get a new update, it sort of clutters up the area!

well last night it was locked :roll:
 

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Just got on to the site, very nice. Thanks for hosting the train! :D
Get baqck to me ASAP about that proposal I amde you a few weeks back. ;)
 

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RichardH said:
I can'ygeton it just yet,but I'll have alook when I'm athome this afternoon. I'm sureit willbe nice though! :D Where's yordomain name from, and how much?

1&1 and it costs £5 for 2 years :D
 

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I got mine for £7.08 from Clarence for 2 years and a POP3 account and email address.
What about my proposal then? :D
 

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Hah, hah, but no! :D :D I asked David if he wanted to join sites with mine (eg: a sister site) as we are both making add ons for the Northern Line for BVE. I am making the Mill Hill East branch and David ias making the Northern Heights, which uses the MHE branch.
Thanks,
 

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Great site, but I would say that the menu images are a bit hard to read - white text on a B&W image!!!
 

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jdan said:
Great site, but I would say that the menu images are a bit hard to read - white text on a B&W image!!!

I'm glad you commented on that. I'll change them on the next site update. It was a trial and error thingy :)
 

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I'd like to thank you for linking to RailUK's forums rather than continuing with your own. I think you made a good choice, we'll definitely get better by working together like this.

This is a good example of websites co-operating with each other.

Hopefully others will follow your excellent lead.
 

Dave A

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Thanks. I hope this will remain long and fruitful ;). I hope more people do this :D
 

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I must say that the admins here have a much better attitude to their members than at many other forums I've visited. They are quite happy to discuss things with members, for example I was talking to TC the other night about when the forum should hold the silence for the victims of London. He took on my ideas and changed it because I pointed out something he agreed with!
 

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jdan said:
I must say that the admins here have a much better attitude to their members than at some other forums I've visited.

True. They talk on the same level and not like their above you. I finally realised that and thought that the least I could do is to make them an official forum to my site :D
 

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yorkie said:
I'd like to thank you for linking to RailUK's forums rather than continuing with your own. I think you made a good choice, we'll definitely get better by working together like this.

This is a good example of websites co-operating with each other.

Hopefully others will follow your excellent lead.
Unless of course they want a bit especially for their own website like most would.
 

Dave A

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My forum had the same stuff as this one. I could have made one especially for the tube but it wouldn't have been very popular. Its also easier for people with little to no experience on running a forum.
 
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