||[Jun. 16th, 2007|03:10 pm]
Bluebell anaglyphs done. |
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You will need red
lens glasses to view.
I will do a few stereoscopic cards from these as soon as I have time.
Now I'm getting back to moving boxes.
huh? you dont have glasses to hand out to the class?? ;)
im sure they are lovely. seems i left my red/blue specs back in the 80s somewhere tho! doh!
and 3-d movies no longer use them. bugger.
Send me your snail mail address and I'll pop a pair in the mail.
that is fantastically nice of you to offer! but seems a bit much since i am still in the us-of-a
how bout i pic up a pair in october, then i can also meet mr moses too! :)
I can slip a pair in the post in 3 weeks time when I'm in Texas.
I should have kept my Cramps LP with the 3d cover
I'll bring you a pair. I Seem to remember the Cramps ones were the red and green type.
I trust that upon arrival at your destination, you pressed a half-sovereign into the grateful hand of your driver.
I did give the signelman my telephone number and invited him for a drink... Does that count?
And mostly because Uncle Nemesis is one of my few friends who will appreciate this....
No nasty flat-bottomed rail here.
Oh... I just checked and they have been laying flat-bottomed on concrete sleepers on the East Grinstead Extension.
Yes, they were given that by Network Rail. It's the old track from the West Coast Main Line upgrade. Obviously it's not very old, it just wasn't suitable for 140mph running. As long as the Bluebell keeps it down to a steady 120, they'll be fine!
Naturally, I will be writing a stiff letter to Mr Bluebell about this ghastly deviation from authentic track materials, and insisting that the entire line be closed until all such track is removed.
You should book a trip in the coffin-carrier now, then your corpse can go on a last trip before they bury/burn it.