Only for four legged exercise. I suspect they mostly lie about on those things looking at the harried two legged things passing by. One of these days I will have to pass in daytime to see the customers.
Wow! A man and a rant after my own heart. Well said.
Many thanks for the comprehensive shipping information. I won't delete the pictures, so there Pano and GE.
B and A.
Very nice, but having just done a refinishing job on four hatch batten boards that woodwork (it looks real not plastic) is a terror. I always get that mixed admiration and "Yikes!" feel including for this one. Then for one with money to have one of these labor costs should be a minor inconvenience. That old "If you have to ask what it cost you cannot afford one" I think a quote from J. P. Mrogan about one of his monster yachts.
Have to say those Greek colors are some of my favorites. Then my real favorite going back to teen years was a scheme of "storm" grey. I always painted my bedrooms the restful grey of a thunderstorm or the North Atlantic. Back then, late teens, when I managed swimming pools, I always used about the blue of those foreground planters and white for painting pool woodwork and accessories.
Absolutely correct. Regards Bob and Anne.
I agree there was never much there to merit such a grand station. Perhaps a strange clause in the original Act of Parliament? Or just an English eccentricity. Someone out there must know. Bob
some times they paint it over... but things comes back
This is the former Park School and catered for Infants and Juniors.
beautiful photo LIKE
Hi. Thanks for your comment. This was a lucky shot. A few minutes before, the sun was obscured by cloud and the wind was in the wrong direction. Happily all changed when the loco arrived. Click and job done! B and A.