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Message Number: 88 - Tuesday, April 12, 2016 05:05:18 PDT
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Posted From:United States
Name:  Harry Gow
Comments:

Congratulations on the successful transition to the new service providor. It is working somoothly at my end in Qu├ębec. Most of all, I want to thank Barrie Hughes for his stick-to-itiveness and for his interesting content and illustrations of WHR goings-on. Much appreciated

Merci mille fois - which meaneth being translated -Diolch yn fawr. H G


Message Number: 87 - Wednesday, December 9, 2015 09:45:41 PDT
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Posted From:United Kingdom
Name:  Neil Wooler
Comments:

Many thanks for all your continuing work on the website and the excellent photos. Love your archive stuff (where on earth did the 1920s pic of Cutting Mawr (Walsh) come from?!
Great to be able to keep up to date. Sadly my visits to Wales are very few and far between, but Isengard makes me feel 'almost there'.
Keep it up! and Season's Greetings .
Neil


Message Number: 86 - Monday, November 16, 2015 09:10:59 PDT
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Posted From:United Kingdom
Name:  Robin Lockhart
Comments:

Thank you very much to the film crews for the videos that are posted on this website. They are of the highest quality and they certainly keep people interested


Message Number: 85 - Friday, November 6, 2015 03:45:22 PDT
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Posted From:United Kingdom
Name:  Bob Rainbow
Comments:

You are still showing "Linda"/"Blanche" on Britannia Bridge on the 4th as "the return working," when the pic. is patently of a train in the 'Down' direction. (So this Winter the two loco's have been turned to face up the Beddgelert banks.)


Message Number: 84 - Thursday, November 5, 2015 09:48:40 PDT
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Posted From:United Kingdom
Name:  Bernard Dodd
Comments:

As I have said before thank you for you continuing reports regarding the WHR and associated FR bits.
I note you mention the 'other'WHR at wells , yes it has been around for a long long while and although almost a toy railway is still worth a ride if you are ever that way as is the wonderful W And W with is beautiful little Garratts. I should say I am in no way connected with either but as in Wales that part of the country is very well 'endowed'with at least 4 different Railways.
Again thank you for your work, hopefully I will get to North Wales again sometime though age is rapidly taking it's toll.
Bernard Dodd.




Message Number: 83 - Wednesday, September 16, 2015 09:21:11 PDT
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Posted From:United Kingdom
Name:  Alan Dawson
Comments:

Whilst it is quite correct to publish the name of individuals who supply photographs for inclusion on the site, could I ask why it is necessary to provide details of what camera was being used and details of resolution, etc, for every photo?
Basically, as long as the photograph provides the reader with the visual impact to reinforce the written story, who really cares about the camera detail!!!


Message Number: 82 - Monday, April 27, 2015 06:59:33 PDT
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Posted From:United Kingdom
Name:  Eric Williams
Comments:

Appreciate the photos of the driver experience train taken on Sunday 26th April. Unfortunately your caption should have read LINDA mot Blanche as shown. I know because I was that guest and I had a superb day's driving with the help of the footplate men,Peter and Andy. Many thanks.


Message Number: 81 - Thursday, January 15, 2015 15:01:06 PDT
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Posted From:United Kingdom
Name:  Mike Newell
Comments:

Mr hughes very informative keep me posted on any further news,
Deepings support group


Message Number: 80 - Friday, September 5, 2014 06:36:39 PDT
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Posted From:Canada
Name:  Harry Gow
Comments:

Thank you for the extraordinary suite of photos by the Webmaster et al taken during the month of August '14. They show the motive power of the WHR & FR in a formidable light as exemplars of British steam power and railway engineering.


Message Number: 79 - Monday, September 1, 2014 01:42:54 PDT
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Posted From:United Kingdom
Name:  Phil Ford
Comments:

I have followed the expansion of the railway on this site for a few years now and find it very interesting. Please keep up the good work.