Absolutly OT but

For members of the ‘Julia Bradbury appreciation society’ there is a new series entitled ‘Railway Walks’ on BBC4 Thursdays at 8:30. The first was in the Peak District last night - just caught it on BBC iPlayer.

Roger G4OWG

In reply to G4OWG:

Something to get steamed up about, eh Roger? Ah, the nostalgia!

Hopefully it will evoke the emotions set alight by one of my favourite books - “Discovering Britain’s Lost Railways” by Paul Atterbury.

Off now go see.

73, Gerald

In reply to G4OIG:

since we are on this subject did anyone work ROTA, What’s ROTA you may well ask Railways on the air, 27 & 28 September 2008, From different locations in the Uk, From the Ribble Steam Railway in Preston to Paignton & Dartmoor Steam Railway, I did read it in October’s Radcom page 08.

Steve m0sgb

In reply to M0SGB :
I worked GM3TKV/P from Dufton with Barry 'TOE operating when I was on May Hill Saturday, and GB0GWR from Cheltenham when having a tune around on the campsite the next day - and rather than face Ruardean Hill (not my idea of a fun hill!) I visited the Forest of Dean railway later that day! Well, they call it steam radio, so why not?


Brian G8ADD