Transportuser

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    I think the guy i a waste of space but that shouldn’t detract from the fact that the railway is the second largest employer in Llangollen, so it’s not all volunteers and nostalgic trips.
    He should have been asking for support, not suggesting BoJo goes on a jolly.


    Transportuser
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    Irony, something the BRITISH do so well. 🙂
    It was irony wasn’t it – votethecouncillorsout – or are you living in a parallel universe? 🙄

    in reply to: April Fools #183407

    Transportuser
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    It works fine here. PC, iPad and phone.
    What’s the problem?
    Perhaps constructive criticism, rather than just slagging it off, might indicate what issues some might have with it.

    in reply to: Field Hospital in Wrexham #183316

    Transportuser
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    Having to drag things from the mists of time but, if I remember correctly, the door widths were made sufficient to move beds around. There used to be (not sure if it’s still there, a link to a standby generator, possibly in what’s now the art college – was a technical and mining college I think. Previously it was a hospital.
    There are voids underneath Glyndwr.

    in reply to: Old Police Station #181980

    Transportuser
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    Apparently it’s full of asbestos, so blowing it up wouldn’t be a good move. 😳

    in reply to: Independent Wales. #181979

    Transportuser
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    Is it time to move over the border?

    I’m sure there would be a welcome to Wales. 🙂

    in reply to: Our MP is off to a flying start… #181416

    Transportuser
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    “Lots of the jobs they do no British person would get out of bed to do.”

    Who did these jobs before mass immigration then?

    They weren’t needed in the numbers that we do now as most families stayed together and looked after their own elderly.
    Women who did work tended to be in part time jobs and the man’s earnings, even in relatively ordinary jobs, was sufficient to buy/rent somewhere to live and cover day to day bills, even have holidays. That’s no longer the case.
    Even families with both parents working are struggling, and in some cases in need of assistance.
    There’s little or no possibility or caring for the elderly at home.

    in reply to: Surface water on roads #179602

    Transportuser
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    When did you last see regular drain cleaning?

    in reply to: What will you do to celebrate Brexit day on 31.01.2020…? #179601

    Transportuser
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    I’ll probably be busy trying to work out how to reduce the negative effect it will have on my, and my friends, businesses!
    Mountains of more paperwork, taxes and delays.
    Just what we need! :-(

    in reply to: Parliament not Prorogued #174560

    Transportuser
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    Interesting how quickly a posting can go off topic. This must be one of the fastest yet. :-)

    It was a legal decision, nothing to do with Brexit, money trees or anything else.
    He lied/gave bad advice, to the Queen.
    Hardly surprising from a serial liar but there we go.

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