Wednesday, October 31, 2007

The Flight and Train Simulation Show

The Flight and Train Simulation Show: "Flight & Train Simulation Show 2007 November 17th 2007 The ThinkTank at the Millennium Point is Birmingham's flagship millennium project is the setting for the first ever Flight & Train Simulation Show 2007. Birmingham's 'middle England' location is easily accessible by road, rail or air. A short drive from the M6 there is ample parking at the Millennium Point, a 5-minute walk from the railway station or a short taxi ride from the airport. Full details of how to get there can be found in the Travel section."

Saturday, October 13, 2007

itty bitty kitty committee

Thursday, October 11, 2007

Nabaztag

Sunday, October 07, 2007

GWR History

History - Frome Signal Cabin

Therefore it was decided to change to our fall back option - Frome North which was a similar building and would be available in October 1984 when the job could be undertaken with proper planning.

The lift was planned for October 28th 1984 three weeks after the box closed at 08.00 on Saturday October 6th. In the intervening four weekends the box was prepared for movement by demolition of the bulk of the brick base and the erection of a huge timber girdle around the wooden top, which was actually only 3/4 of a box when the brick back is removed. Other issues included closure of a main road for 3 hours, and isolating nearby overhead electricity cables. Sparrows Crane Hire offered a complete package deal including movement and off-loading at Didcot.

Tuesday, October 02, 2007

Jihad against litter

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Clean Medina

well met at the Genius Bar, Apple Store in the Bullring Bimingham

Clean Medina: "Tired of rubbish-strewn streets, Muslims have decided to clean up and recycle, going from mosque to mosque, starting with Noor ul Uloom mosque, Birmingham’s oldest.

The Clean Medina Campaign will be launched with a big push, a shout (Allahu Akbar!) and a (movie) shoot (cast of thousands, mujahidin all). We’re also making a film: Smallywood Heath in Brum!"