@ Colin Smith : Very true. That green mound behind there would be the ideal place for a set of stocks, (there are a nice set in St Bart's graveyard not too far from there currently doing nowt), and I would happily stick the buggers in them, and leave a few very high voltage cattle prods lying around handy just in case any passers-by fancied giving them a jolt or two. Course that would probably infringe their civil liberties and upset the poor little darlings!
The latter of your three suggestions is, in my opinion, the most accurate.
@ Colin Smith : Very true, the only good spam is a Spamcan!
By the time they found a can opener and opened that "Spamcan" the train would have traversed the whole line three or four times, methinks!!
Hi Boo, Glad to help. I don't know if you are aware of it, but Rosso have an up to date Fleetlist hidden away on their website at: http://www.rossobus.com/enthusiasts
I just took a pic of this in Bacup the other day... I just found yours while looking to find the reg number to add to the photo tags on mine.. Cheers!
@ guest : I hadn't even noticed that, I'll be sure to take some garlic with me next time just in case!
Those fangs look a bit serious!
@ Alan : Hi Alan, Rawtenstall Station always seems to get that lovely golden glow from the low Sun in winter, the only problem is that it doesn't come out very often, as it's usually far too busy raining here!
Very nice photo Alan nice light