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    Where is it?

    A where is it?



    Last edited by Noel; 21-07-2017 at 04:36 PM.

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    My best work has been spread over many fields..

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    It's ex GS&WR

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    Quote Originally Posted by WRENNEIRE View Post
    Its behind you......
    Oh no its not....
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    Quote Originally Posted by murrayec View Post
    Oh no its not....
    Oh yes it is
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenderg View Post
    Oh yes it is
    Oh no it's not...

    (We could be here for some time)

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    Now my interest is peaked....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garfield View Post
    Oh no it's not...

    (We could be here for some time)
    Right so Ted, here is another clue
    Last edited by Noel; 21-07-2017 at 07:04 PM.

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    Detracting from the pantomime a little, can I suggest yee all get yeer butts and bikes down to the Deise Greenway pronto? I cycled it from Dungarvan to Blaa City and back a few weeks ago with Er' Indoors and it blows the Western and Barnagh out of the water.

    The quality really is there, given they spent c.€300k a kilometer as versus the standard €60k. I'll pop up a few photos later, but the highlights are the coastal approach to Dungarvan, the Ballyvoyle tunnel,the Kilmacthomas viaduct and the estuary approach to Waterford.

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