Ahhhhhh yes it was that time again, its spring, a time when a young man's thoughts to love and a foamers thoughts turn to the Hunter Valley.
While not really a weekend, given this was a one day venture north to sit in on the inaugeral meeting of the 'Merriwa Railway Society', much opportunity was taken to consume the Hotels fantastic food and delightful 'alcoholic' beverages, during a sampling of Colonel's finest orchestral instrumentation from the nearby gentlemans convenience.
As it was likely to be the last time I can drag my rapidly decaying frame to East Maitland prior to the most glorious of all hackspots, Pitnacree Bridge (aka Houro's Bridge), being destroyed by a brand new bridge catering for the ever growing needs of humanity. I thought this would have to be the go for the first few shots of the day.
Now I am not going to sit here and type up a whole pile of sightings for you to quickly persue through and soon forget about. Nah stuff it - I can't be bothered.
So instead - please devour the following selections of gunzel porn taken on the dribbly cam which will appear over two parts.
NOTE: I hold no responsibility for expansion of personal
body parts while viewing the following!
The Colonel brings along a sample of his new gunzel rag.
To be released in 2012
that morning. The afternoon services were cancelled.
bound for the 'Shakey' city of Brisbane.
The excitment of the earlier Huntercar was way to much for Nathan and Colonel.
as found in East Maitland waiting to pounce on the next exciting combination!
9005 9022 8241 up coal rooooooooooar through East Maitland 20kph.
A Broken Man - 8am and still no Bundy!
Must have come back for a second run through.
8237 8217 8210 Down empty coal passing through East Maitland.
Yes, it was getting very hot. As a safety precaution much fluid was consumed.
Perhaps a little to much was consumed in retrospect!
headed to port.Cooties, 3112 and the World Famous Colonel!
All members of the 'Neath Hotel Railfan Group', Facebook and AA.
~~ COMING VERY SOON IN PART 2 ~~
In Part 2 we shall sit in on the inaugeral meeting of the 'Merriwa Railway Society', visit the Richmond Vale Railway and head on back to East Maitland for the final hours of daylight.
You come back again - ya here?