Afternoon adult sx chat
Doubtless there will be plenty of ex-spotters more than happy to submit the data from their notebooks. ' In the normal way people hate having their childhood memories messed around with, but when the 'Thomas and Friends' TV series was launched in the 1980s it surpassed all expectations and railway enthusiasts (Doubting Thomas's - if you'll forgive the pun! Thomas is a registered trademark of Gullane (Thomas) Limited 2004; a HIT Entertainment Company, and I have used this poster - 'A Day out with Railway. That's childspeak for steam and diesels, in case you're wondering?Dave can be contacted at (Below) In the days before absurd health and safety regulations came into play, a favourite spotting haunt was Five Arches Bridge at the north end of Derby Midland; a couple of spotters jot down the number of 'Jubilee' class 45564 New South Wales arriving with an express from Manchester Central in September 1959. (Below) A group of young spotters pose for Dave Baldwin’s photo of Holbeck’s ‘Jubilee’ class No 45568 Western Australia awaiting the ‘off’ at Skipton with the Up ‘Thames-Clyde Express’ on October 11th 1958.It is just an excuse for the school bully to humiliate their victims in the cruelest way possible. A DATABASE OF SPOTTERS' NOTEBOOKS I have received an interesting email from Dave KH, who writes - 'Hi David, as a spotter from mid-60s to the mid-70s, I have been looking through your web pages and enjoyed the photos held there - you also have a number of images of pages from spotting notebooks which is why I am dropping you a line.But these jibes are not confined to the playground; they continue into adulthood too. Has anyone ever thought about creating a database of spotters' books enabling the people (who still have them after all these years) to poat all relevant information they contain into a database on a website?This platform does NOT host any content itself, we are a GATE between the censored users and the original websites we proxy.
Even so, it is no laughing matter that train spotters have become the most risible group in the land.personally, I set no store by people who ride rough-shod over the unguarded, especially children.
Swallow keeps a record of all our doings and if the exploits of one Funnell feature in this it should make amusing reading in years to come.
Meetings are held each week, and this, the largest of the school societies, has the additional distinction of being the only one able to keep in constant touch with its members.
Dave writes – ‘The identity of the boys from left to right start with Robert Gaines whilst the short lad at the front is Martin Ackroyd, with his elder brother, John, behind him with his face partially hidden; the lad at the centre back is currently unknown but I’ll work on it, whereas at the front right is Peter Mc Kie (in his school blazer) and finally on the right is Alan Midgley…’ Happy spotting days!
TONY PEART REMEMBERED by Dave Baldwin and Kevin Howley Dave Baldwin, an ex-pupil of Keighley Boys' Grammar school, recently contacted the site to tell me about Tony Peart, one time English master at Keighley Boys' Grammar school (KBGS) and driving force behind the school's 'Railway Society'.
I am fed up of the press and TV poking fun at the so-called anorak brigade who, for a variety of reasons, are perceived as a bunch of simple-minded misfits because of their passion for railways.