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Message Number: 95 - Wednesday, November 28, 2018 01:58:54 PDT
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Name:  neil wooler
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Been reading the Isengard website almost daily for many years, always enjoy it and miss it when there's been a gap.
The news about Russell is the best for many years!
Keep up the good work,
Neil


Message Number: 94 - Tuesday, August 28, 2018 09:12:59 PDT
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Name:  Kevin
Comments:

How can it be called Journey to the Past
when a high-viz jacket spoils the photo of the station ?

what a shame.


Message Number: 93 - Monday, March 5, 2018 03:53:50 PDT
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Name:  Jim Owers
Comments:

With regard to: Snow report 27/2/18 (sorry but I have only just seen this), I just wanted to mention that the Porthmadog Webcam does work on Safari as well so any Mac or iPad user is OK. It is of course out of focus and the quality is nothing like the other two.
Best wishes
===
Jim


Message Number: 92 - Wednesday, August 16, 2017 05:32:46 PDT
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Name:  Sam Eastwood
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ive been following the site about 10 years now, ive always found it more interesting and more regularly updated than the official websites congratulations and thanks all the years youve been running it


Message Number: 91 - Tuesday, June 13, 2017 04:53:00 PDT
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Name:  Clive Bickley
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Hi , I wondered if you would like a follow on to your RAINY DAY services of the 8/6/17.
I think it should go something like this ;- However, this did not go as intended as there were long stops at Pont Croesor, Pen y Mount, Nantmor and finally in the cutting before Beddgelert. At this point VALE OF FFESTINIOG was uncoupled and moved forward into Beddgelert. The Caernarfon train which should have been crossed at Rhyd Ddu was now in Beddgelert waiting and the GARRATT from it uncoupled and proceeded into the cutting, coupling to NO 87 and pulled it and its coaches up into Beddgelert. In this formation it then proceeded back to Caernarfon. . VALE OF FFESTINIOG now took charge of the Caernarfon train and enjoyed a much more relaxed journey back to Porthmadog.
Let me take the opportunity to say how much I enjoy “ISENGARD” keep up the good work.




Message Number: 90 - Thursday, April 6, 2017 11:16:09 PDT
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Name:  David Cheetham
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The video's on YouTube seem to have lost the link. I can open video's on other YouTube sites but don't seem to be able to do this anymore on your website although I could a couple of months ago. My software is Windows Vista.


Message Number: 89 - Friday, January 20, 2017 03:58:18 PDT
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Name:  Johan Erasmus
Comments:

It is wonderful to see locos and rolling stock from the Banana Express being appreciated and preserved. Your locos and stock are being maintained in such a pristine manner.

I live about 60 miles or so north of where the Banana Express used to run in Natal.

The Next time I am in the UK I am going to make an effort to visit the WHR.

Regards,
Johan Erasmus


Message Number: 88 - Thursday, October 13, 2016 03:53:04 PDT
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Name:  william burdett
Comments:

Dear I think this site is very good and look at it 3/4 times per week.
I am getting on and find the new red type much harder to read.
All the best William Burdett