The forum looked like a good idea.
Is there anybody out there, or has hibernation started? Not a thing since midday on Tuesday...
Do we have no one with any thoughts, question, or opinions, because we might as well give up now if there is so little interest or reaction.
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Just read in the digital RO (yes it does work for me) of the death of Dick Taylor. I'm sure that others better qualified will be adding their contributions, but as a personal memory, a true gentleman, who was a pleasure to deal with via the authors' sub-committee. Truly, they don't make them like th...
- Sat Nov 29, 2014 3:32 pm
- Forum: Discussion
- Topic: Why are you a member (or not) of the RCTS?
- Replies: 13
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I had known various members of the West Midlands Brach for years, from the early 1960s, but never got to a meeting, until a work colleague, the late and much missed Jack Mason invited me along. It was all downhill from there, leading to involvement with both the Branch and national sub-committees. N...
I agree with the appointment of a moderator, to police the content of submissions. Surely, if it doesn't appear, it is obvious what has happened to it? I contribute to several other forums (other disciplines) and they don't send an approval message. Why do we?
- Sun Nov 23, 2014 5:00 pm
- Forum: Discussion
- Topic: Is disposal information of rolling stock relevant?
- Replies: 10
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I am aware that there has been some controversy regarding the accuracy, or otherwise, of disposals, in some Society publications. As with some others, who have already posted, I was (still am) more interested in the live version. The other questions, which might arouse some thought are:- 1) If as is...
The bit about relieving congestion and increasing traffic is one of those classic PR statements trotted out ever since railways began. It's like the umpteen thousands of jobs that will be created by new projects, such as HS2 - from what and from where?