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Valvegear

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. . .make no mistake about it, he should be barred from EVER holding a political roll ever again!!
"lsrailfan"
Or a political role either.

Posted 29 Jun 2022 20:34 in The Lounge by Valvegear

Now we wait for the predictable answer - "I say it's true so you have to prove me wrong."

That's an awful lot of grunt for a short train.

Introduction to Cryptic clues

Cryptic crossword clues are normally in three parts. A straight clue, the answer hidden somehow and words that indicate how it is hidden. These are made into a se ...

No, this one's dead easy
"Sonofagunzel"
Then why hasn't it been solved?  Simple - because the answer is not in the question's wording - it does not follow the definition of a cryptic.

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Posted 29 Jun 2022 17:04 in The Lounge by Valvegear

Why does this even rate a mention unless its about rail usage?
"RTT_Rules"
Because it's in a Forum called The Lounge where posters can write about anything they like e.g. Big Brother, R ...

"Introduction to Cryptic clues.

Cryptic crossword clues are normally in three parts. A straight clue, the answer hidden somehow and words that indicate how it is hidden. These are made into a  ...

I do wish that people would not use the term derailment for incidents like these. The word implies some form of railways fault. This is quite clearly a collision in which the railway is blameless.

Is there a station named  "Mindyourownbusiness"? That's what you're likely to hear.

Posted 29 Jun 2022 09:51 in The Lounge by Valvegear

I pop in here every so often just in case there's a sensible comment. Nope; business as usual - you're stupid, I'm right, you're wrong, no I'm not.

Ho Hum.

Great to see the 36 out and about again.

Being one who has strenuously avoided Harry Potter, I was never going to guess it!

Deniliquin is the answer.

It is open for rice trains but has no passenger service.

It sits beside the Edward River.

The irrigation infrastructure is about 5 km south-east of the Town centre a ...

Not: Tocumwal, Hamilton, Yelta, Yarrawonga, Redcliffs, Mildura.

This location is open but with no regular passenger service.

It is on the banks of a river.

Close by is a significant piece of  ...

Not: Tocumwal, Hamilton, Yelta, Yarrawonga, Redcliffs.

This location is open but with no regular passenger service.

It is on the banks of a river.

Close by is a significant piece of irrigatio ...

It seems that, no matter when, or how many, Ministers choose to retire from politics, it's always a shock-horror-impending disaster event. People who can't help themselves will look for any possible c ...

We need to remember that the Member for SA was casting all manner of aspersions on Joe Biden well before he was elected. Any comments he has made about Biden since then have to be derogatory, otherwis ...

Posted 25 Jun 2022 18:16 in New South Wales by Valvegear

Thx?

You may linger in Yarrawonga (a lovely spot), but you won't be in the place I have in mind.

Not: Tocumwal, Hamilton, Yelta, Yarrawonga.

This location is open but with no regular passenger serv ...

Macdonaldtown?

Not: Tocumwal, Hamilton, Yelta.

This location is open but with no regular passenger service.

It is on the banks of a river.

[b]Close by is a significant piece of irrigation infrastructure.[/b ...

Not: Tocumwal, Hamilton.

This location is open but with no regular passenger service.

It is on the banks of a river.

Posted 25 Jun 2022 10:57 in The Lounge by Valvegear

Scientists have just announced that dolphins are second only to man in intelligence levels. So that pushes women down into third place!
"YM-Mundrabilla"
The dolphins would be in front o ...

The ball's still rolling because it's not Tocumwal.

Did anyone see doddery ole' Joe's instruction sheet for a meeting about off-shore wind farms last week? He actually needs to be told in incredible detail what to do:
"don_dunstan"
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