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    Like everyone else I'd just like to say what a great project/write up this is. The thing I like most is that you get to see familiar places from a different place and perspective (historical and visual). You've done something I hope to do in the future as regards walking/biking these routes (would like to start with the old North Walsham to Cromer line) so this is a great inspiration.

    Last edited by zeroid; 8th Oct 17 at 10:44.

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    awesome write up, lots of information and the pictures are outstanding. That converted truck looks fucking awesome.
    "Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore."

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    [QUOTE=Snailsford;347804 That converted truck looks fucking awesome.[/QUOTE]

    A very useful variety of the Mercedes Unimog. They speeded up some of our working days no end!

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    That is amazing Mikey. Wonderful photos and report.

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    Great effort there mate, really enjoyed every picture, made me want to go there, thanks for taking the time and posting.
    Regards Rob.

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    I really enjoyed that report, loads of history and brilliant photos. Many Thanks.

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