Discussion in 'Wales/Cymru' started by editor, Jul 2, 2019.
He fell asleep and ended up in Carmarthen?
Apparently, even old New York was once new Amsterdam. Why they changed it I can't say. People just liked it better that way!
It's in also worth remembering that Ashford in Surrey is different fron Ashford in Kent, but the same as Ashford in Middlesex
As for Abbey Road
It might be 2ft gauge, however, it connects to Porthmadog (or Minffordd) for the Cambrian Coast route, that is 25 miles.
TiG - WHR Garrett-87 par StoneRoad2013, on Ipernity
That loco is around 10 feet in height and weighs around 60 tons ... no way is that a toy.
The train is corridor connected carriagesso it is possible to walk along it and there is an at-seat buffet service.
Could you go from Dakar to Dhaka on a double-decker?
Many years ago, before SatNavs, I'd been to Chertsey and had planned my drive home via Cobham, Leatherhead then onto the M25. After what seemed like ages, I still hadn't arrived at Cobham even though I'd been following the signs.
Who knew there was a place called Chobham and I'd been alternately following signs to Chobham and then Cobham and then Chobham again!
It is said that more than once in Bilbao people have told the local police that they can't find their car, parked in a very long street called Calle Kalea:
Need I explain?
I bet this has been on Urban before:
The Welsh says: "I am not in the office at the moment. Please send any work to be translated"
Some hapless Swansea employee sent the English off for translation and got this automated email reply.
Swyddfa is one of the Welsh words that people know, you'd think
I won money last night because some fule didn't believe me that the Women's Euro's were being played at Bramall Lane and New York in 2021.
I always think there should be some kind of race from Shetland to Orkney to commemorate their best shared town name.
Twatt to Twatt just has a certain ring to it.
As I used to live in North Shields...
Some supporters famously once turned up for a cup game at Forest Green in Surrey instead of our little Cotswold hamlet.
Knocking editor 's "New York" photography into a cocked hat:
One of side of my family came from there - and its French originator is buried in the old churchyard.
Separate names with a comma.