Well, Daisy, I expect we’re waiting for the milk train…..
We all knew that Great Western were cutting costs, but that they’d quite literally resort to cattle-car tactics is simply astounding.
Enter a generously sized Greek bloke clad in a kaftan.
“For heifer and heifer and heifer, you’ll be the one
That shines on me, like the morning sun”
It was one of his best tracks.
It’s the way I tell ’em 🙂
So you’re a moosic lover, James?
Udderly Janus, but thereby hangs a tail.
This brings back some memories, it was the first “eight track” I ever had.
Every day scenario for commuters on Southern Railways in cattle class. (BTW, this station IS on the Southern. It is at Hever, where the castle is) 🙂
And an extremely nice golf course, if I remember correctly Feeg.
Especially a horn ensemble like this, eh?
So I believe, Mr Leck. Never played golf, so I cannot claim any expertise in this area. I think it is on the castle estate. The castle is a great place to visit. It is where Anne Boleyn grew up, before her head parted company with the rest of her 😦
I hear there is a uniform dress code for Royal Ascot this year.
James, for Hever and Hever and Hever, you’ll be the one….
Ha, ha Janus, very good. 🙂
Moove along please.
Mind the crap!
I think we’ll steer away from that, Janus could just be a load of bullocks.
M’learned friend FEEG was nearly correct yesterday. The station is akshully at Heifer, where the milking parlour is rather than the castle, as any fule kno.
You’ve got that off pat, eh? 😱
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