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Hi all, happy Xmas to all by the way.
I am sure this must have been discussed and the answers provide before, unfortunately a search is not giving me anything I can use.
Where abouts were the actual entrances to The Pickfords depot?
Any help greatly welcome

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Hi all, happy Xmas to all by the way.
I am sure this must have been discussed and the answers provide before, unfortunately a search is not giving me anything I can use.
Where abouts were the actual entrances to The Pickfords depot?
Any help greatly welcome

Steve
Hi Steve,

This may help. I've also answered over on JTRF.

http://forum.casebook.org/showthread...d#post29762 0

Gary
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Hi Steve,

This may help. I've also answered over on JTRF.

http://forum.casebook.org/showthread...d#post29762 0

Gary
Thank you Gary.

Most of us are so helpful to fellow researchers.
Just want to firm up a few timings. Trying to be as accurate as I can be.
Hope you had a great Xmas.
This work is worthwhile but taking up so much time, and running later than I wanted


Steve

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Thank you Gary.

Most of us are so helpful to fellow researchers.
Just want to firm up a few timings. Trying to be as accurate as I can be.
Hope you had a great Xmas.
This work is worthwhile but taking up so much time, and running later than I wanted


Steve

Steve
Hi Steve,

My Christmas was very enjoyable, thank you. I hope yours was too. As I said over at the other place, Dusty and Ed have probably done more research on this than anyone. Sadly, Ed no longer contributes to the boards, but I believe Dusty is still active.

I'm looking forward to seeing your completed project, especially insofar as it touches on the HB3.


Gary

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