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Some more touristy shots from Ron… Cologne Cathedral and its Xmas market. Bonn Xmas market. Selfie? (Cologne Hafen xmas market). Chocolate museum Cologne. Hafen Xmas market taken from Chocolate museum steps. Rudolphplatz Xmas market. … Continue reading
Not only Valentine’s Day (and the start of Lent) this week – it’s also Chinese New Year. Like Easter, the exact date of this festival moves around a bit with the lunar calendar. Within China itself, millions will be on … Continue reading
I hope you remembered Valentine’s Day for your significant other. If only to cover up the true love of your life…. Love of trains is not restricted to us anoraks…. Although some people may not love trains for quite the … Continue reading
An article in the papers today caught my eye: Virgin West Coast train firm stops selling Daily Mail Virgin Trains has announced that it has stopped selling the Daily Mail newspaper on its West Coast trains. A spokesperson for Virgin … Continue reading
With a few days to go to the 25th, it’s time for a Christmas Health and Safety reminder. You will be please to hear that the HSE has posted the ’12 Myths of Christmas’. HSE from media reports and correspondence … Continue reading
As I write this, I’m waiting for delivery of a new laptop. I think that I have worn the old one out, rambling on about things on this blog. UPS kindly allowed me to track the progress of my computer … Continue reading
We’ll end the month with a little non-railway related humour. The Daily Telegraph reported: Virgin on the hilarious: airport worker entertains passengers with brilliant boarding messages As anybody who has answered “did you pack your own bags?” with sarcasm will … Continue reading