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@Stark Ross -  uhm! in the article they also say that the fleet is 36 and then later they say it is 93.

18 Jun 2017

Time will tell, but I doubt it unless it has been designed as a submersible train.

Politicians and promises, the only thing you can be sure will definetly happen will be:- Higher salaries, year on year, for the m.p's no matter how badly the economy is doing. Increases in v.a.t/taxes for the working/middle classes. Minimum wage going up by pennies relative to cost of living. Degredation of what is left of our armed forces/emergency services/N.H.S. Continued ...

Plenty of houses along that road already and one that is right on the edge above Coryton Cove, a load of hype about nothing. If I'm reading it right the application was submitted Dec 2014 with a target date of 16/05/2017. Only one objection to this planning request by one of their neighbours. If you take into account some of the planning applications, that were not inkeeping with their ...

The attached article highlights the reason why crime is so rife. A judicial system that lacks any backbone to dish out relevant sentences. The best part being he may well be residing back in Dawlish, again, really. I certainly would not want him living near me. Additional info:- ...

Not exactly breaking news considering the theft took place on the 10th March. I did not realise that Dawlish News is a monthy rag.

The South West needs central government to understand that it needs proper funding for a complete range of major projects to have any chance of being brought into the 21st century. The South West has been second fiddle to the rest of the U.K. when it comes to getting realistic funding for transportation, health, education, infrastructure, etc. If only we got the sort of funding Westminster ...

An interesting observation by the photographer - "He also spotted the very rare sight of the DRS class66s no's 66424 and 68301 double headed. The yearly flask train from Crewe Coal Yard to Keyham Dock Yard (DEVONPORT)." Why would waste nuclear material be sent to a Naval Dockyard? and significantly only once a year. The schedules for all other shipments is very regular and all go from the ...

Or destroyed - a vile peice of history.

Doesn't sound much different to my days of commuting to and from central London on the tube, although that only cost a few quid.

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