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    Default York's National Railway Museum gets additional funding...

    FYI: For those of you that, like da Mooses, treasure York's National Railway Museum in, ummm, York, England, it will be allocated 18.5m as part of a huge investment in England's libraries and museums ... See link.
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    Is that funding for the Moose Railroad display??

    Nice to see funding going to an outstanding cause....
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    Brilliant! The NRM is the most impressive railway museum I've visited by far. I'm glad to see they're treating it as they should.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trainboyh16-44 View Post
    The NRM is the most impressive railway museum I've visited by far.
    Oh wow, I'm planning a visit this winter. I don't know who wants to go more, me or my daughter The Flying Scotsman's the big pull for her, so I figured it would be home from excursions during the winter.
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