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Marylebone Hallelujah
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Recliner
2017-12-02 22:10:20 UTC
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A flash mob with a difference:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=RVaJbY9RJ3o

I think Guy Gorton would have enjoyed this if he was in London that day.
Offramp
2017-12-03 04:35:56 UTC
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https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=RVaJbY9RJ3o
I think Guy Gorton would have enjoyed this if he was in London that day.
I remember flash mobs from about 15 years ago. They weren't funny then. Nowadays people simply ignore them.

I'd like to have been at the brainstorming session for "How do we raise awareness for whatever is it this thing is about". Someone said flash mob as a joke and it was the top idea!
Recliner
2017-12-03 08:26:45 UTC
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https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=RVaJbY9RJ3o
I think Guy Gorton would have enjoyed this if he was in London that day.
I remember flash mobs from about 15 years ago. They weren't funny then.
Nowadays people simply ignore them.
I assume you didn't actually watch the video? The Marylebone commuters
certainly didn't ignore this flash mob. And, no, it wasn't funny, or meant
to be.
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I'd like to have been at the brainstorming session for "How do we raise
awareness for whatever is it this thing is about". Someone said flash mob
as a joke and it was the top idea!
Guy Gorton
2017-12-03 15:06:07 UTC
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https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=RVaJbY9RJ3o
I think Guy Gorton would have enjoyed this if he was in London that day.
I remember flash mobs from about 15 years ago. They weren't funny then.
Nowadays people simply ignore them.
I assume you didn't actually watch the video? The Marylebone commuters
certainly didn't ignore this flash mob. And, no, it wasn't funny, or meant
to be.
Post by Offramp
I'd like to have been at the brainstorming session for "How do we raise
awareness for whatever is it this thing is about". Someone said flash mob
as a joke and it was the top idea!
Not funny, but joyously serious. And, unless the cameramen and
editors managed to mislead us, much enjoyed by many of the public.
Did it benefit Syria? Hopefully, it did - help is sorely needed.

I came across the thread by Recliiner early this morning before going
to church to play the organ for the first Sunday in Advent. It gave
me inspiration even though the message was rather different - and I
did not play any Handel but did play Bach and did try to encourage the
congregation to sing joyfully - which they did..


Guy Gorton
e27002 aurora
2017-12-04 07:31:17 UTC
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On Sun, 3 Dec 2017 08:26:45 -0000 (UTC), Recliner
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https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=RVaJbY9RJ3o
I think Guy Gorton would have enjoyed this if he was in London that day.
I remember flash mobs from about 15 years ago. They weren't funny then.
Nowadays people simply ignore them.
I assume you didn't actually watch the video? The Marylebone commuters
certainly didn't ignore this flash mob. And, no, it wasn't funny, or meant
to be.
Post by Offramp
I'd like to have been at the brainstorming session for "How do we raise
awareness for whatever is it this thing is about". Someone said flash mob
as a joke and it was the top idea!
Not funny, but joyously serious. And, unless the cameramen and
editors managed to mislead us, much enjoyed by many of the public.
Did it benefit Syria? Hopefully, it did - help is sorely needed.
I came across the thread by Recliiner early this morning before going
to church to play the organ for the first Sunday in Advent. It gave
me inspiration even though the message was rather different - and I
did not play any Handel but did play Bach and did try to encourage the
congregation to sing joyfully - which they did..
You are a blessing. I am sure your congregation appreciates you.
Guy Gorton
2017-12-04 10:18:55 UTC
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On Mon, 04 Dec 2017 07:31:17 +0000, e27002 aurora
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On Sun, 03 Dec 2017 15:06:07 +0000, Guy Gorton
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On Sun, 3 Dec 2017 08:26:45 -0000 (UTC), Recliner
Post by Recliner
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Post by Recliner
https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=RVaJbY9RJ3o
I think Guy Gorton would have enjoyed this if he was in London that day.
I remember flash mobs from about 15 years ago. They weren't funny then.
Nowadays people simply ignore them.
I assume you didn't actually watch the video? The Marylebone commuters
certainly didn't ignore this flash mob. And, no, it wasn't funny, or meant
to be.
Post by Offramp
I'd like to have been at the brainstorming session for "How do we raise
awareness for whatever is it this thing is about". Someone said flash mob
as a joke and it was the top idea!
Not funny, but joyously serious. And, unless the cameramen and
editors managed to mislead us, much enjoyed by many of the public.
Did it benefit Syria? Hopefully, it did - help is sorely needed.
I came across the thread by Recliiner early this morning before going
to church to play the organ for the first Sunday in Advent. It gave
me inspiration even though the message was rather different - and I
did not play any Handel but did play Bach and did try to encourage the
congregation to sing joyfully - which they did..
You are a blessing. I am sure your congregation appreciates you.
Perhaps but in general the organist is just part of the audible
scenery. Here is a little example - I was asked to play the music for
two verses of a quiet thoughtful; hymn which the congregation was not
going to sing, but just to think about the message. That required
more preparation by me than if it had been sung because my choice of
stops, tempo, expression and volume would all be listened to. not sung
to. That was the first time I have ever met that idea.

Guy Gorton
Graham Harrison
2017-12-04 18:23:02 UTC
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On Mon, 04 Dec 2017 07:31:17 +0000, e27002 aurora
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On Sun, 03 Dec 2017 15:06:07 +0000, Guy Gorton
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On Sun, 3 Dec 2017 08:26:45 -0000 (UTC), Recliner
Post by Recliner
Post by Offramp
Post by Recliner
https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=RVaJbY9RJ3o
I think Guy Gorton would have enjoyed this if he was in London that day.
I remember flash mobs from about 15 years ago. They weren't funny then.
Nowadays people simply ignore them.
I assume you didn't actually watch the video? The Marylebone commuters
certainly didn't ignore this flash mob. And, no, it wasn't funny, or meant
to be.
Post by Offramp
I'd like to have been at the brainstorming session for "How do we raise
awareness for whatever is it this thing is about". Someone said flash mob
as a joke and it was the top idea!
Not funny, but joyously serious. And, unless the cameramen and
editors managed to mislead us, much enjoyed by many of the public.
Did it benefit Syria? Hopefully, it did - help is sorely needed.
I came across the thread by Recliiner early this morning before going
to church to play the organ for the first Sunday in Advent. It gave
me inspiration even though the message was rather different - and I
did not play any Handel but did play Bach and did try to encourage the
congregation to sing joyfully - which they did..
You are a blessing. I am sure your congregation appreciates you.
Perhaps but in general the organist is just part of the audible
scenery. Here is a little example - I was asked to play the music for
two verses of a quiet thoughtful; hymn which the congregation was not
going to sing, but just to think about the message. That required
more preparation by me than if it had been sung because my choice of
stops, tempo, expression and volume would all be listened to. not sung
to. That was the first time I have ever met that idea.
Guy Gorton
My dad was a professional pianist. In WW2 he was a member of civil
defence stationed in a convent. When the mother superior discovered
his profession she asked him to play for their services. He had to
explain that (a) he was an agnostic jew and (b) an organ is not the
same as a piano. Her response was that her order had been founded by
two brothers, jewish converts, for the purpose of converting the jews
in general. She would stand by him during services and tell him what
and when to play. His pay was a bacon and egg breakfast!

b***@cylonHQ.com
2017-12-04 10:04:55 UTC
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Post by Guy Gorton
Not funny, but joyously serious. And, unless the cameramen and
Unintentionally funny. A lot of people find opera(etta) hard to take seriously,
me included.
Post by Guy Gorton
editors managed to mislead us, much enjoyed by many of the public.
Did it benefit Syria? Hopefully, it did - help is sorely needed.
Yeah, right. Some people videoed it , most ignored it and all just got on
with their day afterwards. Unless someone has been living in a cave for the
last 5 years I suspect anyone with a working braincell is aware of whats going
on in Syria, it doesn't need any more "awareness".

The basic fact is, its yet another in a long line of conflicts in the middle
east. Perhaps there's something in the water there or its the heat or they're
just socially disorganised, who knows. Its sad, but at the end of the day,
frankly who actually cares?
Recliner
2017-12-04 12:45:41 UTC
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On Sun, 03 Dec 2017 15:06:07 +0000
Post by Guy Gorton
Not funny, but joyously serious. And, unless the cameramen and
Unintentionally funny. A lot of people find opera(etta) hard to take seriously,
me included.
So you think Handel's Hallelujah Chorus is a funny opera(etta)? I
thought you claimed to be a great defender of white British culture,
yet know nothing about it. What a surprise!
Post by e27002 aurora
Post by Guy Gorton
editors managed to mislead us, much enjoyed by many of the public.
Did it benefit Syria? Hopefully, it did - help is sorely needed.
Yeah, right. Some people videoed it , most ignored it and all just got on
with their day afterwards. Unless someone has been living in a cave for the
last 5 years I suspect anyone with a working braincell is aware of whats going
on in Syria, it doesn't need any more "awareness".
The basic fact is, its yet another in a long line of conflicts in the middle
east. Perhaps there's something in the water there or its the heat or they're
just socially disorganised, who knows. Its sad, but at the end of the day,
frankly who actually cares?
Obviously don't care about any problems outside your immediate
vicinity.
b***@cylonHQ.com
2017-12-04 14:30:00 UTC
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Post by e27002 aurora
On Sun, 03 Dec 2017 15:06:07 +0000
Post by Guy Gorton
Not funny, but joyously serious. And, unless the cameramen and
Unintentionally funny. A lot of people find opera(etta) hard to take
seriously,
Post by e27002 aurora
me included.
So you think Handel's Hallelujah Chorus is a funny opera(etta)? I
thought you claimed to be a great defender of white British culture,
yet know nothing about it. What a surprise!
Handel was german you pillock and choral music is not the same as opera.
Other than that, spot on!
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The basic fact is, its yet another in a long line of conflicts in the middle
east. Perhaps there's something in the water there or its the heat or they're
just socially disorganised, who knows. Its sad, but at the end of the day,
frankly who actually cares?
Obviously don't care about any problems outside your immediate
vicinity.
Look who's talking Mr Carbon Footprint.
Guy Gorton
2017-12-04 15:43:22 UTC
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Post by e27002 aurora
On Sun, 03 Dec 2017 15:06:07 +0000
Post by Guy Gorton
Not funny, but joyously serious. And, unless the cameramen and
Unintentionally funny. A lot of people find opera(etta) hard to take
seriously,
Post by e27002 aurora
me included.
So you think Handel's Hallelujah Chorus is a funny opera(etta)? I
thought you claimed to be a great defender of white British culture,
yet know nothing about it. What a surprise!
Handel was german you pillock and choral music is not the same as opera.
Other than that, spot on!
He had been living in England since 1712, wrote Messiah with texts
compiled by Jennons using the Authorised Version and The Book of
Common prayer. First performed in Dublin in 1742.
Not much German influence except his particular genius
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The basic fact is, its yet another in a long line of conflicts in the middle
east. Perhaps there's something in the water there or its the heat or they're
just socially disorganised, who knows. Its sad, but at the end of the day,
frankly who actually cares?
Obviously don't care about any problems outside your immediate
vicinity.
Look who's talking Mr Carbon Footprint.
Guy Gorton
Nick Leverton
2017-12-04 13:00:06 UTC
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Post by e27002 aurora
On Sun, 03 Dec 2017 15:06:07 +0000
Post by Guy Gorton
Not funny, but joyously serious. And, unless the cameramen and
Unintentionally funny. A lot of people find opera(etta) hard to take seriously,
me included.
Post by Guy Gorton
editors managed to mislead us, much enjoyed by many of the public.
Did it benefit Syria? Hopefully, it did - help is sorely needed.
Yeah, right. Some people videoed it , most ignored it and all just got on
with their day afterwards. Unless someone has been living in a cave for the
last 5 years I suspect anyone with a working braincell is aware of whats going
on in Syria, it doesn't need any more "awareness".
The basic fact is, its yet another in a long line of conflicts in the middle
east. Perhaps there's something in the water there or its the heat or they're
just socially disorganised, who knows. Its sad, but at the end of the day,
frankly who actually cares?
You seem to have mis-spelt "decades of deliberate destabilisation and
promotion of terror groups by Western governments, including Britain,
for their own political ends". Clearly your own awareness could do with
raising ...

Nick
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Basil Jet
2017-12-04 13:28:12 UTC
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Post by e27002 aurora
On Sun, 03 Dec 2017 15:06:07 +0000
Post by Guy Gorton
Not funny, but joyously serious. And, unless the cameramen and
Unintentionally funny. A lot of people find opera(etta) hard to take seriously,
me included.
Post by Guy Gorton
editors managed to mislead us, much enjoyed by many of the public.
Did it benefit Syria? Hopefully, it did - help is sorely needed.
Yeah, right. Some people videoed it , most ignored it and all just got on
with their day afterwards. Unless someone has been living in a cave for the
last 5 years I suspect anyone with a working braincell is aware of whats going
on in Syria, it doesn't need any more "awareness".
The basic fact is, its yet another in a long line of conflicts in the middle
east. Perhaps there's something in the water there or its the heat or they're
just socially disorganised, who knows. Its sad, but at the end of the day,
frankly who actually cares?
You seem to have mis-spelt "decades of deliberate destabilisation and
promotion of terror groups by Western governments, including Britain,
for their own political ends". Clearly your own awareness could do with
raising ...
The West wrote this book which says terrorism is God's will,
and is forcing the Middle Easterners to read it.
e27002 aurora
2017-12-04 13:33:58 UTC
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On Sun, 03 Dec 2017 15:06:07 +0000
Post by Guy Gorton
Not funny, but joyously serious. And, unless the cameramen and
Unintentionally funny. A lot of people find opera(etta) hard to take seriously,
me included.
Post by Guy Gorton
editors managed to mislead us, much enjoyed by many of the public.
Did it benefit Syria? Hopefully, it did - help is sorely needed.
Yeah, right. Some people videoed it , most ignored it and all just got on
with their day afterwards. Unless someone has been living in a cave for the
last 5 years I suspect anyone with a working braincell is aware of whats going
on in Syria, it doesn't need any more "awareness".
The basic fact is, its yet another in a long line of conflicts in the middle
east. Perhaps there's something in the water there or its the heat or they're
just socially disorganised, who knows. Its sad, but at the end of the day,
frankly who actually cares?
You seem to have mis-spelt "decades of deliberate destabilisation and
promotion of terror groups by Western governments, including Britain,
for their own political ends". Clearly your own awareness could do with
raising ...
The West wrote this book which says terrorism is God's will,
and is forcing the Middle Easterners to read it.
Meds Mr. Brush.
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Post by Nick Leverton
Post by e27002 aurora
On Sun, 03 Dec 2017 15:06:07 +0000
Post by Guy Gorton
Not funny, but joyously serious. And, unless the cameramen and
Unintentionally funny. A lot of people find opera(etta) hard to take
seriously,
Post by Nick Leverton
Post by e27002 aurora
me included.
Post by Guy Gorton
editors managed to mislead us, much enjoyed by many of the public.
Did it benefit Syria? Hopefully, it did - help is sorely needed.
Yeah, right. Some people videoed it , most ignored it and all just got on
with their day afterwards. Unless someone has been living in a cave for the
last 5 years I suspect anyone with a working braincell is aware of whats
going
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Post by e27002 aurora
on in Syria, it doesn't need any more "awareness".
The basic fact is, its yet another in a long line of conflicts in the middle
east. Perhaps there's something in the water there or its the heat or
they're
Post by Nick Leverton
Post by e27002 aurora
just socially disorganised, who knows. Its sad, but at the end of the day,
frankly who actually cares?
You seem to have mis-spelt "decades of deliberate destabilisation and
promotion of terror groups by Western governments, including Britain,
for their own political ends". Clearly your own awareness could do with
raising ...
The West wrote this book which says terrorism is God's will,
and is forcing the Middle Easterners to read it.
Wait, are you saying Islam *isn't* a Religion of Peace(tm) that didn't
bloodily advance out of the near east and take over the western med, north
africa and half of spain by the sword in the 15th century leading to the
collapse of many christian civilisations including Byzantium?

Say it ain't so!
b***@cylonHQ.com
2017-12-04 14:35:31 UTC
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Post by e27002 aurora
On Sun, 03 Dec 2017 15:06:07 +0000
Post by Guy Gorton
Not funny, but joyously serious. And, unless the cameramen and
Unintentionally funny. A lot of people find opera(etta) hard to take
seriously,
Post by e27002 aurora
me included.
Post by Guy Gorton
editors managed to mislead us, much enjoyed by many of the public.
Did it benefit Syria? Hopefully, it did - help is sorely needed.
Yeah, right. Some people videoed it , most ignored it and all just got on
with their day afterwards. Unless someone has been living in a cave for the
last 5 years I suspect anyone with a working braincell is aware of whats going
on in Syria, it doesn't need any more "awareness".
The basic fact is, its yet another in a long line of conflicts in the middle
east. Perhaps there's something in the water there or its the heat or they're
just socially disorganised, who knows. Its sad, but at the end of the day,
frankly who actually cares?
You seem to have mis-spelt "decades of deliberate destabilisation and
promotion of terror groups by Western governments, including Britain,
for their own political ends". Clearly your own awareness could do with
raising ...
Right, because Russia, Iran and Saudi have been a good little boys and haven't
meddled at all in that part of the world. Ditto Turkey trying to claw back some
of the Ottoman empire.

Anyway, the Taliban might have been fall out from US policy, but ISIS is 100%
Saudi. The sunnis and the shias hate each other far more than they hate us.
Let the bastards get on with it.
Guy Gorton
2017-12-03 09:43:14 UTC
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https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=RVaJbY9RJ3o
I think Guy Gorton would have enjoyed this if he was in London that day.
He would indeed! I have seen all sorts f events there but this is
probably the best. I started using M'bone in January 1969 which is a
frightening span of nearly 49 years. Infrequent visitor now.

Guy Gorton
Recliner
2017-12-03 12:10:07 UTC
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On Sat, 2 Dec 2017 22:10:20 -0000 (UTC), Recliner
Post by Recliner
https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=RVaJbY9RJ3o
I think Guy Gorton would have enjoyed this if he was in London that day.
He would indeed! I have seen all sorts f events there but this is
probably the best. I started using M'bone in January 1969 which is a
frightening span of nearly 49 years. Infrequent visitor now.
I had rather hoped it was you playing the organ!

I did check to see if Georg Friedrich had any connections to
Marylebone, and it seems that he lived just outside the area, about a
mile from the future station, at 23 Brook Street. Had he lived long
enough to travel by train, Marylebone would indeed have been his local
main line station (Paddington, Euston and Victoria are all further
away).
e27002 aurora
2017-12-03 14:01:33 UTC
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On Sat, 2 Dec 2017 22:10:20 -0000 (UTC), Recliner
Post by Recliner
https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=RVaJbY9RJ3o
I think Guy Gorton would have enjoyed this if he was in London that day.
He would indeed! I have seen all sorts f events there but this is
probably the best. I started using M'bone in January 1969 which is a
frightening span of nearly 49 years. Infrequent visitor now.
Guy Gorton
Absolutely perfectly wonderful.

We moved to the Vale of Aylesbury in 1960, and started using the
trains into Marylebone, and to Rugby, shortly after that.

Question: back in the day the BR ticket office was roughly where M&S
is today. Last time we. my spouse and I, were at Marylebone there was
new ticket office backing onto the platform area,
https://tinyurl.com/y7nwqe4t

Was this built new, or moved from elsewhere? It has a very classic
look about it.
e27002 aurora
2017-12-04 07:26:28 UTC
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On Sun, 03 Dec 2017 09:43:14 +0000, Guy Gorton
Post by Guy Gorton
On Sat, 2 Dec 2017 22:10:20 -0000 (UTC), Recliner
Post by Recliner
https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=RVaJbY9RJ3o
I think Guy Gorton would have enjoyed this if he was in London that day.
He would indeed! I have seen all sorts f events there but this is
probably the best. I started using M'bone in January 1969 which is a
frightening span of nearly 49 years. Infrequent visitor now.
Guy Gorton
Absolutely perfectly wonderful.
We moved to the Vale of Aylesbury in 1960, and started using the
trains into Marylebone, and to Rugby, shortly after that.
Question: back in the day the BR ticket office was roughly where M&S
is today. Last time we. my spouse and I, were at Marylebone there was
new ticket office backing onto the platform area,
https://tinyurl.com/y7nwqe4t
Was this built new, or moved from elsewhere? It has a very classic
look about it.
AFAIAA, it was built new in the early Noughties. At one time, BR tickets were sold from the LU ticket for a while.
e27002 aurora
2017-12-03 14:07:10 UTC
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Post by Guy Gorton
On Sat, 2 Dec 2017 22:10:20 -0000 (UTC), Recliner
Post by Recliner
https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=RVaJbY9RJ3o
I think Guy Gorton would have enjoyed this if he was in London that day.
He would indeed! I have seen all sorts f events there but this is
probably the best. I started using M'bone in January 1969 which is a
frightening span of nearly 49 years. Infrequent visitor now.
Guy Gorton
Absolutely perfectly wonderful.
We moved to the Vale of Aylesbury in 1960, and started using the
trains into Marylebone, and to Rugby, shortly after that.
Question: back in the day the BR ticket office was roughly where M&S
is today. Last time we. my spouse and I, were at Marylebone there was
new ticket office backing onto the platform area,
https://tinyurl.com/y7nwqe4t
Was this built new, or moved from elsewhere? It has a very classic
look about it.
Tiny URL is not doing its job. Here is the full one:
<https://www.flickr.com/photos/adrianhudson/19610066613/in/album-72157656621273116/>
Basil Jet
2017-12-03 12:55:51 UTC
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https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=RVaJbY9RJ3o
What's the difference?
Christopher A. Lee
2017-12-03 15:43:51 UTC
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Post by Recliner
https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=RVaJbY9RJ3o
I think Guy Gorton would have enjoyed this if he was in London that day.
The Hallelujah Chorus was ruined for me many years ago, when I saw a
comedian singing "Mozzarella" instead.
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