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Confessions Of A Train Spotter by cinstone on 30 September 2013 6:18pm
 
Hello again all.

My girlfriend and myself are off from the West Midlands, England, to the Isle of Skye later this week, via The Lake District in my Land Rover Defender called Fogg (wink).

Even though we are not going by train, being a signalman and a bit of a train freak, I've just put on Great Railway Journeys: Confessions of a Train Spotter, from 33 years ago, November 1980 to be precise, when Michael travelled from London Euston to Kyle of Lochalsh, to get me in the travel spirit of things.

I'd forgot that Michael picked up the 1950's/60's enamel sign for Kyle of Lochalsh. I was wondering, if you see this, do you still have it?

Chris.
 
Re: Confessions Of A Train Spotter by Ken Dunn on 4 October 2013 2:20pm
 
He may have sold it to an antiques dealer.
 



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