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Old Northern

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Then of course you can be a beginner in one aspect of the hobby and not in others.  I began in the early 1960s with the predictable train set oval with a bit of extra track and a siding and that suffi ...

I'll have to take a few more photographs to show the current state of the layout.  In the meantime, here's another one, taken before there was any scenery.  And, if there's anyone on the forum who's i ...

Well, that one didn't last long.  Over to Faredodger.......

I have mentioned my layout a few times in the forum, so I thought it might be an idea if I posted something about it.

Back in 2016, after a break of a few decades, I decided to get back into railwa ...

Thank you, Faredodger.

Here's the next one: The worker who was employed through an agency gets the last bit of cake.

Nice.  So it seems I am not the only person on this forum with a three rail Dublo layout,  Mine has a bit more track fitted (or perhaps crammed might be a better word) on the board, but the general id ...

Lakemba?

Yes Car(L)ton it is.  Over to Faredodger.

Next: 50 in the middle of a container.

My apologies - I've been a bit busy and haven't had time to return to this thread until now.  I'll post something later tonight.

Allawah?

look back, I see a palisade = llaw (wall)

look back..... an incomplete ditch = aah (ha-ha)

Kings Cross, thank you very much.
michaelgm


Correct.  Now over to you.....

It's too late at night to think up a really difficult one, so this will have to do:

Elvis's crucifix

Rhodes?

Macdonaldtown?

Yes, Newtown it is. 303gunner can have the next shot......

And, if anyone is wondering what the connection is: [url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Town,_Edinburgh]https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ ...

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Edinburgh's Georgian quarter transported to the Antipodes, perhaps?

Stanmore?

Arncliffe?

(Benedict Arnold + cliffe)

Correct.  Tempe it is.  Over to you Valvegear.......

OK then, we'll see how long this one takes: Fermented soybeans lose their tail.

Eng(ad)ine?

Como?
T777


Yes, (S)como it is.

Over to you.

Well, I thought it had to be something with Macquarie in the name but, not being a sporting type, it didn't occur to me that there was a second meaning to the word gully.......

Next one: [b]The Pri ...

When the department I worked for shifted its headquarters from the Sydney CBD to Parramatta back in the early 2000s, I went with it and remained working in Parramatta until I retired.

It was intere ...

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