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NotJustANumber99
Feb 15, 2012



Flamingo land shout out

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Salisbury Snape
May 26, 2014
While a grain platform can be used for corn, a specialized corn head is ordinarily used instead.



Do you remember merlin magic Land ratty? Lol

Jose
Jul 24, 2007





Ratjaculation posted:

Also remembering Dobwalls, which had a miniature railway that young me was obsessed with and then also a Mr Blobby themed play zone?

Did Mr Bobby give you the bad touch

Ratjaculation
Aug 3, 2007



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Jose posted:

Did Mr Bobby give you the bad touch

Noel Edmonds came out and they both gunged me

Salisbury Snape posted:

Do you remember merlin magic Land ratty? Lol

Don't think I ever visited, but yeah wasn't far from us when we were in Hayle

Ratjaculation
Aug 3, 2007



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Spent a few friend's birthdays and trips in Woodlands in Devon too, which was probably my favourite. Death slides, water slides, bumper boats, ball pits and heaps of things you could climb.

Plus no Blobby.

E: look at it LOOK AT IT

crispix
Mar 28, 2015

Oh globbits


i want to go on the ride and swing and titter hehehehe

Ratjaculation
Aug 3, 2007



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I'm the child lost for so long that I am now a key on the map

NotJustANumber99
Feb 15, 2012



Neighbours just been round complaining about my digger noise.

Salisbury Snape
May 26, 2014
While a grain platform can be used for corn, a specialized corn head is ordinarily used instead.



Bury them

Pistol_Pete
Sep 15, 2007

I disagree! Only 2 Princesses have died. That is one of the smallest number of dead Princesses you can have.


Oven Wrangler

Ratjaculation posted:

Spent a few friend's birthdays and trips in Woodlands in Devon too, which was probably my favourite. Death slides, water slides, bumper boats, ball pits and heaps of things you could climb.

Plus no Blobby.

E: look at it LOOK AT IT



NotJustANumber99
Feb 15, 2012




Saved 2 corpses worth of material. I dunno what this is going to do for my sap calculations, bodies isn't on any of the drop down lists

The_Doctor
Mar 29, 2007

"The entire history of this incarnation is one of temporal orbits, retcons, paradoxes, parallel time lines, reiterations, and divergences. How anyone can make head or tail of all this chaos, I don't know."


Ratjaculation posted:

Also remembering Dobwalls, which had a miniature railway that young me was obsessed with and then also a Mr Blobby themed play zone?

The now long closed London Toy and Model Museum had a lovely miniature railway in its back garden.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u9W8L738TTw

Oscar Romeo Romeo
Apr 16, 2010



This is a miniature railway. Five minutes drive down the road from me.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=669TjRYhreg

Ratjaculation
Aug 3, 2007



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Oscar Romeo Romeo posted:

This is a miniature railway. Five minutes drive down the road from me.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=669TjRYhreg

I'm not jealous you are

Bobby Deluxe
May 9, 2004

this changes nothing, i am still dead inside

The_Doctor posted:

The now long closed London Toy and Model Museum had a lovely miniature railway in its back garden.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u9W8L738TTw
so does hr giger

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iqZqmVxtiws

Ratjaculation
Aug 3, 2007



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We had a heritage rail next to my old work, and the average age of their volunteers was about 85 I reckon

The track only ran about 2 miles before it hit our property, then what was the line was converted to a national cycleway (I know a certain goon has cycled it, so pls don't doxx me). They were adamant that they should be allowed to extend their railway along through our site, over viaducts that were condemned unfit to carry even our tractors weight years ago, and then I don't know... end in the middle of a wood?

Strange bunch those train folk, but their passion was admirable.

NotJustANumber99
Feb 15, 2012



i wonder how long a slot theyve got for this? need to hurry it up before the next lot come round

Oscar Romeo Romeo
Apr 16, 2010



Ratjaculation posted:

We had a heritage rail next to my old work, and the average age of their volunteers was about 85 I reckon

The track only ran about 2 miles before it hit our property, then what was the line was converted to a national cycleway (I know a certain goon has cycled it, so pls don't doxx me). They were adamant that they should be allowed to extend their railway along through our site, over viaducts that were condemned unfit to carry even our tractors weight years ago, and then I don't know... end in the middle of a wood?

Strange bunch those train folk, but their passion was admirable.

The age range for volunteers at RH&DR is quite varied, possibly because its huge and a big attraction here. Pre-Covid they also ran a schools service (It cuts through several small towns before looping back on itself just outside Dungeness power station). The Hythe to New Romney stretch runs between the back gardens of houses, and in the summer you'll usually see the retired residents sat in their back gardens with some tea watching the tiny trains go by.

Bardeh
Dec 2, 2004



Fun Shoe

I've been on the RH+D railway a few times. It's fun to go down to Dungeness and marvel at just how weird that place is. Also great little shack near the lighthouse that does lobster rolls

Oscar Romeo Romeo
Apr 16, 2010



Yeah they do great grub. Lightly spooky and very serene is a good way to describe Dungy. Nice place to go for a quiet walk and have a think.

Collateral
Feb 17, 2010


BBC wtf.

Ratjaculation
Aug 3, 2007



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Anyone familiar with Buyology stores? If not they are vast but mega cheap discount stores, I just spent a good portion of my time on this planet trying to find what I needed, but the cashier lady was very jolly and the top half of her face was attractive so you know

Ratjaculation
Aug 3, 2007



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The porn category?

learnincurve
May 15, 2014

What is this boring crap we're watching? Check if Antiques Roadshow is on




I spent the day cleaning my bike, turns out the chain wasn’t meant to be the same blackish colour as the bike and the gears.

Gasmask
Apr 27, 2003

And if thou gaze long into an abyss, the abyss will also gaze into thee

The Bakelite museum used to be down the road from my parents but I think it was killed by covid

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Hedgehog Pie
May 19, 2012

Total fuckin' silence.

I was not expecting to read about Dobwalls and Mr Blobby Land in this thread today. My dad is still bitter about having to take me there.

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