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Airship To Brentford - Saturday 14th October
14 October 2017 18:50 Post ID: #1557476 - in reply to #1557473
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bazzwall - 14/10/2017 18:21

network useless up here i .....only 2......g, fuckin hell can see the den from here



Sill infinitely better than where I live....
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14 October 2017 20:33 Post ID: #1557494 - in reply to #1549041
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Well, what a magnificent trip!!! Thank you Paris for organising that day.

Who knew Joe Dolce could be so blue??

The catering was top class. Compliments to Knocker. He really pulled out all the stops.

Some thought overshooting the landing spot was a mistake. But, to bring me all the way home to France was blinding!!! Thanks all!!
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14 October 2017 21:29 Post ID: #1557501 - in reply to #1557494
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BigPaul - 14/10/2017 20:33

Well, what a magnificent trip!!! Thank you Paris for organising that day.

Who knew Joe Dolce could be so blue??

The catering was top class. Compliments to Knocker. He really pulled out all the stops.

Some thought overshooting the landing spot was a mistake. But, to bring me all the way home to France was blinding!!! Thanks all!!


never thought anyone could navigate to France in the dark, must be some landmark your gaff BP
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15 October 2017 10:42 Post ID: #1557526 - in reply to #1549041
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What a fantastic day this was, On arrival I was greeted by Paris and at first glance he was dressed and looked like Lawrence Llewelyn Bowen (fluffy sleeve the lot) then Mama and Obes arrived together Mama was dressed like a Moulin Rouge dancer just come off stage and Obes was dressed as you would imagine just like a German U-boat commander with a slight scar on his right cheek.
I got talking to Paul and he kept slipping from English to French not in a Delboy way more Officer Crabtree (Allo Allo) at one stage I thought the order of the day was Fancy Dress, but no, they were all wearing their everyday dress mode.
Knocker was nothing like I imagined ( modern day Bill Sikes) but no he was smartly dressed but shabby, you know, in it's day smart, I commented to Paul that he stank of onions but Paul admitted he had just made a delivery on route and it maybe himself that carried the odour.
I must say it was a treat to meet you all and a great day out.

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15 October 2017 12:12 Post ID: #1557529 - in reply to #1549041
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Rub it in chaps, rub it in.

Having missed the bloody take off by first going to the wrong gasworks, then Uber taking me to QPR instead of OKR, I discovered I'd left my jacket and match ticket in the black cab that got me back to New Cross.

Decided to go home and caught fast train from Euston and we hadn't travelled more than five minutes when we ground to a halt. Sat there for over an hour, watching loads of trains going past us, before we were hooked up and towed back into Euston.

Caught another train back North, first stop Milton Keynes, my destination. But so bloody tired - and perhaps relaxed by the beers I'd had - fell asleep en-route - and woke up at all the commotion of everyone getting off at New Street, Birmingham.

By this time I was getting a bit cold, having left my coat and jacket in the cab. So decided to go to Bullring and buy another one. So coughed up for unpaid fare. Couple of real ales later and sporting new tweed jacket returns to station.

Could have sworn they said the Milton Keynes train was Platform 5. Anyway, boards it, and set my phone alarm to wake me in half an hour. Don't have to as ticket inspector has already prodded me awake to tell me my ticket, displayed on the table so he doesn't disturb me, is invalid. This is the Bristol Express.

Alight Bristol having already discovered my son who lives there is away this weekend, so need to get back. There's a delay on the Birmingham line, so decide to go back to London and transfer to Euston. Except the train begins shuddering and breaks down about five minutes after we are through Slough. Wait for another hour before we are towed once more. The conductor then announces that as it is getting late the line is being closed down for essential maintenance so we are being diverted along a branch line usually only open to freight.

Feeling tired, hungry and entirely fucked off, our magical mystery tour finally ended at 00:41 hours at Brentford fucking station where we are all kicked off and told to fend for ourselves.

Stayed here overnight and now supping some London Pride in the brewery tap at Fuller's, though they say their stocks are unusually low after a bizarre invasion the day before from a jolly, rotund, well-dressed Millwall supporter and a strange assortment of his mates who had alighted from an airship.

Oh well, better late than never I suppose....

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15 October 2017 12:34 Post ID: #1557532 - in reply to #1549041
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Well done all, brilliant.
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15 October 2017 22:57 Post ID: #1557592 - in reply to #1557501
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bazzwall - 14/10/2017 22:29

BigPaul - 14/10/2017 20:33

Well, what a magnificent trip!!! Thank you Paris for organising that day.

Who knew Joe Dolce could be so blue??

The catering was top class. Compliments to Knocker. He really pulled out all the stops.

Some thought overshooting the landing spot was a mistake. But, to bring me all the way home to France was blinding!!! Thanks all!!


never thought anyone could navigate to France in the dark, must be some landmark your gaff BP


Yep, we have wine barrels on the gate posts, impossible to miss!
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15 October 2017 23:35 Post ID: #1557596 - in reply to #1557592
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BigPaul - 15/10/2017 22:57

bazzwall - 14/10/2017 22:29

BigPaul - 14/10/2017 20:33

Well, what a magnificent trip!!! Thank you Paris for organising that day.

Who knew Joe Dolce could be so blue??

The catering was top class. Compliments to Knocker. He really pulled out all the stops.

Some thought overshooting the landing spot was a mistake. But, to bring me all the way home to France was blinding!!! Thanks all!!


never thought anyone could navigate to France in the dark, must be some landmark your gaff BP


Yep, we have wine barrels on the gate posts, impossible to miss!


Shame you didn't tell knocker that before he tried to land
Will it cost much to replace them as knocker must have been insured
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16 October 2017 22:25 Post ID: #1557755 - in reply to #1549041
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Oi Lionheart I said 'I Pad' -bleeding cheek and as to the puke you deposited me and Mama felt you might want your own back so we've posted it to you - First Class of course.
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17 October 2017 08:47 Post ID: #1557789 - in reply to #1549041
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Just wanted to say thanks to everyone who contributed to the Thread.

Sorry about Joe getting so pissed - but at least he didn't recite any of his poetry!

Next trip is March 2018 - five days by Submarine to Hull.

Lookout for details in the New Year.

Cheers.


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17 October 2017 09:32 Post ID: #1557792 - in reply to #1557755
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obeney - 16/10/2017 22:25

Oi Lionheart I said 'I Pad' -bleeding cheek and as to the puke you deposited me and Mama felt you might want your own back so we've posted it to you - First Class of course.


Better out than In they always said, when you were talking about changing pads I thought you meant your incontinence pads, easy mistake to make, tell Mama I'm sorry about her frock but it was that smell of knockers burgers that did me.
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17 October 2017 09:36 Post ID: #1557793 - in reply to #1557789
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ParisWall - 17/10/2017 08:47

Just wanted to say thanks to everyone who contributed to the Thread.

Sorry about Joe getting so pissed - but at least he didn't recite any of his poetry!

Next trip is March 2018 - five days by Submarine to Hull.

Lookout for details in the New Year.

Cheers.


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Can't wait for March, may do a bit of muff diving in the meantime just to keep me hand in so to speak,
Paris thank you, it took great imagination to organise such a trip.
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17 October 2017 11:36 Post ID: #1557814 - in reply to #1549041
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Any trouble with Customs coming back boys ?
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18 October 2017 23:23 Post ID: #1558012 - in reply to #1549041
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I 'll pass ou apologies to Mama but, stayout of Knocker's way - he was livid at the smell left in his airship - seems he had another job on Sunday - group of Nuns to Lourds .

Paris , will the submarine be Njuclear or Diesel? Important considering the depth of the Humber.
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19 October 2017 05:35 Post ID: #1558021 - in reply to #1549041
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And will it be a Yellow submarine ?
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