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  Windmill blades through Nth QLD
Posted by: Petan - 11-Oct-2017, 02:13 PM - Forum: General - No Replies

Perhaps for those who enjoy transport challenges;
Windmill blades through Nth QLD

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-10-11/gi...nd/9036044 

You might appreciate this. https://vimeo.com/236974684

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  Epic wholesale halloween costumes Teddy Bear Prank Scares The Sh*t Out Of Literally E
Posted by: WHCostumes - 07-Oct-2017, 06:58 PM - Forum: Victoria - No Replies

Scaring someone for fun: wholesale halloween costumes It's mean, but it's almost always funny (so long as the prank is harmless).
Thus, we share prank videos often — Halloween Costumes Outlet not so much because we condone pranking your friends (we do) but because bearing witness to the victim's reactions is a guaranteed mood-lifter.
The latest, dubbed the Teddy Bear Scare Prank, is both harmless and laugh-out-loud funny, making it the perfect video to close out this long work day.
The prank, as you might suspect, involves a man in a teddy bear costume and unsuspecting bystanders.
A photographer set up camp on a busy street, offering anyone interested a free photoshoot with the giant "stuffed" animal.
Those who obliged were directed to sit down next to the bear on a bench. As the photographer counted down to snap the photo, the man in the bear costume would move or make a noise — scaring the sh*t out of the poor, innocent prank victims.
It's simple, yes, but it's so, so good.
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  Thousands Sexy Clubwear take to the streets for Notting Hill Carnival
Posted by: WHCostumes - 07-Oct-2017, 06:56 PM - Forum: Victoria - No Replies

AN EXPLOSION of colour hit the streets as thousands Sexy Clubwear descended on Notting Hill Carnival to celebrate the annual party over the weekend.
Partygoers Wholesale Babydoll Lingerie made the most of the warm weather over the weekend, donning bright costumes covered in feathers and sequins for the celebration - even covering their bodies in paint.
Rex Features Performers wore elaborate costumes as they took part in the opening ceremony paradeGetty Images - Getty Young girls prepare for the carnival moments after enjoying the special ceremony held for Grenfell fire victimsRex Features The colourful celebrations included impressive costumes using feathers and sequinsPeople threw paint and chocolate at each other, to represent the human need of abandoning their daily struggles.
Others simply enjoyed the music as a spell of warm air settles on the streets.
Performers danced through the streets as carnival-goers enjoyed traditional Caribbean food and drink and watched the 3.5 mile long playful parade.
But the annual carnival was tinged with grief as partygoers and MPs alike vowed to remember those who lost their lives during the horrific Grenfell Tower fire 10 weeks ago.
The family day celebrations began with an emotional tribute for victims as carnivalgoers and survivors paid their respects to those affected by the tragedy.
Doves were released into the sky to pay tribute to the lives lost in the June blaze.
AFP or licensors Doves were released before the carnival to acknowledge the lives lost in the Grenfell Tower tragedyPaul Davey / Flynet - SplashNews People covered themselves in paint in the spirit of the bright celebrationsRex Features Carnival goers donned brightly coloured outfits and headdresses as they partied late into Sunday nightGetty Images - Getty Pictured, a group of brightly coloured carnival-goers pose for a selfie during the celebrationsRex Features Despite a heightened police presence at this year's carnival, revellers still got into the party spiritSimon Jones - The Sun Thousands descended on west London for the annual festival filled with music and mayhemRex Features The drug arrests did nothing to dampen the party atmosphere of the event, which saw thousands come out to celebrateOrganisers described the special ceremony as a "small act of remembrance" as Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and Kensington MP Emma Dent Coad addressed the attendees.
Mr Khan urged the crowd to redouble their efforts in supporting the community during carnival weekend.
Ms Dent Coad added: "Today, carnival is for you. Set aside your sadness and worries, smile, dance and sing along. And we will have the most wonderful, musical, colourful and lovable carnival ever.

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  Why corsets wholesale Halloween Is The Best Time To Role-Play Your Sexiest Fantasies
Posted by: WHCostumes - 07-Oct-2017, 06:53 PM - Forum: Victoria - No Replies

Role-playing is in, my friends. And with Halloween corsets wholesale just around the corner, you should use the holiday as an excuse to kill two birds with your costume.
Don't just wear it. Bring it long gown dress into the bedroom, too! After all, we're all encouraged to be our wackiest, weirdest selves on October 31, so why not step outside of your comfort zone and pretend to be someone you're not when seducing your SO?
If you're blanking on who exactly to dress up as, though, we can give you some ideas.
According to the 2015 SKYN Condoms Millennial Sex Survey, the number one character that millennials love to role-play as is a stripper. I mean, duh! There's a reason people flocked to "Magic Mike," right?
After strippers, 13 percent of millennials like acting out a school girl scenario, and 12 percent report being into "Fifty Shades of Grey"-type role-playing. (Hmmm… I guess I should check that movie out to see what all the rage is about.)
Eighteen percent of guys say they enjoy the school girl role-play scenario.
As for the differences between genders, 18 percent of men say they enjoy the school girl role-play scenario the most (surprise, surprise), while 20 percent of women enjoy pretending that they and their partners are strangers. It goes along with that ~mysterious~ man attraction.
Not only can taking on a different persona in the bedroom be a serious turn-on for you and your SO, but experts say it can also be a really healthy practice, too.
It indicates that you both feel physically and emotionally safe enough within your relationship and with each other to push your boundaries and explore your deepest, sexiest fantasies.
That totally makes sense to me — I only save the ~good stuff~ for a guy I feel really comfortable with.
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So, this Halloween, once you're done trick-or-treating or hitting up your bestie's costume party, you don't necessarily have to hang up your costume.
You can put that sexy cop costume to good use and run wild with it, girl.
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  Sightings from Perth
Posted by: Lsrailfan - 30-Jun-2017, 01:01 PM - Forum: Western Australia - No Replies

Hello all, I have recently come back from a Holiday in Perth, and I managed to grab a few sightings whilst I was over there,(not many sightings) they are as follows
https://www.flickr.com/photos/32678796@N...ed-public/
NR62 is in the process of refuelling at Cook, which is situated on the Nullarbour Plains
https://www.flickr.com/photos/32678796@N...ed-public/
A Tamper track machine is about to enter the sidings at Midland, I have no idea where this has come from
https://www.flickr.com/photos/32678796@N...ed-public/
Watco Australia's HL203 arrives at Midland, with a rake of what looks to be Grain Wagons, this will get propelled into the sidings where the Track Machine came from
https://www.flickr.com/photos/32678796@N...ed-public/
The Prospector arrives at Midland from Kalgoorlie, this service runs twice a day in each direction.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/32678796@N...ed-public/
CBH Locos 002/010 combine to haul a Grain Train through Midland,
https://www.flickr.com/photos/32678796@N...ed-public/
At Woodbridge, CBH Locos 0014/017 combine to haul an outbound Grain Train
Kind Regards

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  Health & mental status!
Posted by: Alan Parker - 14-Jun-2017, 05:30 PM - Forum: Queensland - No Replies

Hello again to y,all.I`m glad to report that I`m still alive and I hope you all are too.--Lander cars are frequently going N & S past here due to a shortage of Tilts.I don`t know why.  Cheers.

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  NZ Trip 2017
Posted by: Graham4405 - 24-Feb-2017, 07:39 PM - Forum: International Railways - Replies (2)

I'm in NZ at present. Our tour includes some rail components. Wednesday we rode the Glenbrook Vintage Railway. Our train was very ably pulled by Ww 644. A very impressive volunteer outfit.

Today, Friday 24/02/2017, sighted:
9233 + 9020 on a southbound mixed freight at Taihape.
Several Wellington suburban units.

In Auckand, saw 3 unidentified derelict steam locomotives.

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  Who Is Wayne Robeck?
Posted by: Maxn99 - 23-Feb-2017, 03:02 PM - Forum: Queensland - Replies (2)

Thursday 23rd February, 2017
Empty coalie through Oakey at 11.05am Confused  2350D (with Wayne Robeck above it) & 2388D

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  "Silverwater" stop/siding on the Brisbane Valley Line.
Posted by: BorallonRailMotor - 03-Feb-2017, 08:13 PM - Forum: Queensland - Replies (3)

Hi all,

I am curious. I thought I knew all of the former stations/stops & even their former names...but upon visiting the Heritage House Museum at Yarraman yesterday, I came across a reference to, "Silverwater", which apparently was a wayward stop/siding north of Mt Hallen...can anybody provide me with any information with regards to this stop, as it's got intrigued! I believe, "Silverwater", was the name of the private property that the siding was near...

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  Port of Brisbane open this weekend
Posted by: Petan - 06-Oct-2016, 08:17 PM - Forum: Queensland - No Replies

The Port of Brisbane (rail activity) is open to the public this weekend as part of Brisbane Open House. http://brisbaneopenhouse.com.au/2016-bui...ne-bld-210 and http://brisbaneopenhouse.com.au/2016-bui...al-bld-448 Archerfield Airport also on the list http://brisbaneopenhouse.com.au/2016-bui...rt-bld-271  

State Archives at Runcorn also open

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