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« on: June 03, 2021, 08:51:01 pm »

This topic has been moved to How stuff works.

http://www.firstgreatwestern.info/coffeeshop/index.php?topic=25075.0
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« Reply #1 on: June 07, 2021, 09:50:03 am »


Our "How Stuff Works" board is provided for members who choose to be "Transport Scholars".  It includes some fairly technical stuff which many members / guests might not want in their feeds, and also a few topics which for various reasons (emotions, copycat risks, personal interaction revealed) should not be public readable.

In the early days of "How Stuff Works" I flagged posts there from time to time on a public board, and invited people to like my post or message me if they wanted to be added there.  Now is a good time for such a further reminder / opportunity, especially considering the topic title of "question for rail professionals".  Promotion / addition to the board is not automatic - but very pleased to add extra members there.

So - if the link in the original post blocks you, please like this post (I will monitor up to and including 10th June) and I will add you in.



Edit note: Correcting another of grahame's occasional typos. Chris.  Wink
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« Reply #2 on: June 14, 2021, 07:03:29 am »

A week later, we have had eleven useful replies in our "how stuff works" area - at http://www.passenger.chat/25075 - thank you to everyone who's posted there. And we promoted "Modern Day Slave" (MDS) to a transport scholar so that (s)he could read and respond there.   Rather sadly, no follow up from MDS and forum logs tell me that (s)he hasn't been logged in, which would be necessary to view what's been written outside the public realm.   It is, of course, possible that 'partner' is a member and transport scholar here and has read the thread and responses.  Flagging it up here in public as it would be nice to know if the inputs were useful to the enquirer, and also to thank (from an admin viewpoint) everyone who's spend their time contributing. Even if the original poster has gone away, the responses form a useful resource for the future on this important topic which we can refer people to, just as certain other of such topics do.
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