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BOAC

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About BOAC

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    BOAC
  • Birthday 05/08/1944

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Near Shrewsbury
  • Interests
    Aerial Photography
    Caravan DIY
    Staying Alive
  • Towcar
    Hyundai Santa Fe 2. 2 CRD CDX Auto.
  • Caravan
    Swift Challenger 480 SE

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  1. I remember some time ago on CT there was a thread saying that a recall advice was sent by Swift to an owner. Having recently bought a Swift Challenger I would like to know where I can advise Swift that I own a Challenger. Having had a search I can't find an easy way of doing this on the internet or have I missed it? So is to register a case of pen to paper?
  2. Thanks. Thats what I have at the moment and the extension cable drives me up the wall. Not the most suitable solution for me.
  3. Brilliant. Thanks. Question answered.
  4. Does anyone know of a bluetooth transmitter that plugs into the earphone jack of the TV and then relays to bluetooth in ear devices? If there is such a device and you have one, is there much of a delay? Thanks
  5. to the forum. Hope you find what you are looking for.
  6. As said, the 230v toasters take up a lot of room and are useless without an EHU. So the above wins handsdown for me. The pluses are No EHU required. Weight saving. About 80% less space required to store. Very less expensive. You can clearly see the level of browning when toasting. (Toasters require different times for different types of bread) Thanks Silversurf for the posting.
  7. Good post. I keep a 6 Kg online with a spare 3 Kg in the car on long stays out. Sods law dictates the online bottle will run out on a bank holiday - on the sabbath - and in the middle of the least populated area in Scotland
  8. I am going to be in similar situation next year and best idea I can think of is to leave the fob in the caravan after setting the alarm (If you have one) and just hanging the door key on a chain around my neck but under my shirt. Just one key is not going to bother me but if it does, its a small price to pay considering.
  9. You are right CJ. I have now received and tested the 12v. drill. The link to the video demonstration is in the first post.
  10. I suppose some of you might recognise the name Ian Allan - famous for compiling books of UK loco numbers. (Still got my anorak. Happy days) I believe the Great Cockcrow Railway, which is a 7 ¹⁄₄ in gauge miniature railway located near Chertsey, Surrey, is owned by him. You won't see any advertising for it due to buracratic rulings but its well worth a visit. See it HERE
  11. Superb PR1 - Thanks. East Lancs is on my bucket list for next year. Never been to it and yet is only a couple of hours from me Are the rarely seen locos Drummonds?
  12. I have to agree with you and others. I am awaiting delivery of THIS If it is successful I will trial it and make a video for you all.
  13. Well, I asked for your opinions of Castles and now its for any railways you have visited. Any photographs would be appreciated for us all. One memorable day was at the Severn Valley Railway war day and I hope you find the pics below interesting. The spiv had cigarettes and nylons in pockets on the inside of his jacket.
  14. BOAC

    Castles

    Well, there should have been at least 2 x 1 pennies. I chucked them down the well in about 1957 and made a wish.
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