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It is well worth a look, if you're going past. The whole place is OK, too - plenty to see (on a nice day).

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It's behind a pub called the Old New Inn. A distant relative, who was a cop in Harlem, New York came over to visit us - it was like one of those comedy films when people go to places they just don't understand. I had to shepherd him around the place and I remember, me being about eight years old, trying to keep an eye on a twenty stone New York cop. We were in the pub when someone jokingly asked him if the bulge in his jacket was a gun and he just produced a loaded .38 snub-nosed revolver and handed it to the bloke.

This was before hijackings and airport security - he just put his gun on every day like his watch...

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A model of a model? Hmm, a weird one all right. The Schrodinger's Cat paradox of the railway modeller? I'd say it's a first....

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It is possible that the model of the model village in the model village may have a model of the model of the model village in it...

In fact, i think it does.

 

The model of the model, with the model of the model of the model in the distance.

bourton-model-village-2%25255B6%25255D.j

bourton-model-village-1%25255B2%25255D.j

And onwards.....

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10 minutes ago, murrayec said:

Hi Borithe

I could do this with the DART- put an Gauge N DART in an OO DART:D

Eoin

..then Z and T..

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