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Default 20-02-2013, 22:02

Originally Posted by Kenni View Post
Brilliant, long way to travel if it had turned out to be a fail! Very impressive. Did any choo choo's go across while you was on it?
Yes and the bridge rattled like mad but we only had two trains because it was after 11pm when we got there, we did have a backup plan that thankfully was not needed
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Default 22-02-2013, 18:09

full of win, but rarther you than me. do not like hights unless there is a hand rail or somewhere to clip in.

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Default 22-02-2013, 23:24

Nice one Paul - that's pretty impressive.

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Default 23-02-2013, 10:06

Cheers Mr Reddood I was clipped on the way up and Stew, normally your cup of tea this kind of thing
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Default 21-06-2013, 12:48

Absolutly sick! Love it.

Everytime I go over that bridge I feel an overwhelming desire to use the emergency stop button on the train, jump off and start climbing!

Great shots, very well done.

I'd love to give it a go!


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