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Posted: 10/10/2015 20:29:04
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royfellows wrote:

Thanks a million. I can put legends on my little drawing!
Is the loco, "the loco" or the "loco shed" do you think?


Got me out of the house for a few hours.Smile

Looking at the size of the building/enclosure I'd say 'Loco Shed'

Edit: the small square to the right of the ropeway sheave is almost certainly the incoming grid substation.

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Mercifully free of the ravages of intelligence.... IP: 31.48.99.239 Edited: 10/10/2015 20:32:48 by Morlock
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