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Protect your memory – reblogged 

Apparently we are experiencing an epidemic of premature memory loss. Scientists are now saying our memory begins to fade at 45 years of age rather than at 60 as was previously believed. Unfortunately failing mid-life memory – the occasional slips which are referred to as Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) – could also be an early […]

https://ulearn2bu.wordpress.com/2015/08/17/protect-your-memory/

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Best to go West? – reblogged 

Two years ago the Bluebell Railway realized a significant ambition by re-connecting with East Grinstead. The northern extension was a remarkable feat and achievement for the preserved line. The completed northern extension has proven to be beneficial to the Bluebell Railway and beyond for the local economy.  Since then the railway opened the extension it has […]

http://locoyard.com/2015/08/17/best-to-go-west/

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Controlling Interests #9 Operating from the front -reblogged

As with any layout the old adage says “it is never finished” this is true of Fisherton Sarum.  Regularly after operating the layout at an exhibition, more often or not in the pub over a pint, ideas for modifications / ‘improvements’ are suggested by the operating team (usually a combination of Mark and Roger…), some more […]

http://grahammuz.com/2015/08/18/controlling-interests-9-operating-from-the-front/

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Newhaven Harbour Company

This is another of my beloved ‘Terrier’ tanks. Locos like this were originally built to haul London commuter trains. The first loco was delivered in 1872. This was one of the first and entered service in 1872. Like other members of the class it was named after a location in London and was called Fenchurch. […]

https://locksands.wordpress.com/2015/08/15/newhaven-harbour-company/