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Carpet Fitter Edinburgh

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  • The capital of Scotland, on the southern shore of the Firth of Forth; pop. 421,200. The city grew up around an 11th-century castle built by Malcolm III on a rocky ridge that dominates the landscape

  • the capital of Scotland; located in the Lothian Region on the south side of the Firth of Forth

  • Edinburgh Prison is located in the West Side of Edinburgh on the main A71, in an area known as Stenhouse, and although never been named such is frequently known colloquially as Saughton.

  • Edinburgh (, or ; Scots: Edinburgh ; Scottish Gaelic: Dun Eideann) is the capital city of Scotland, the second largest city in Scotland after Glasgow and the seventh-most populous in the United Kingdom. The City of Edinburgh Council is one of Scotland's 32 local government council areas.

  • rug: floor covering consisting of a piece of thick heavy fabric (usually with nap or pile)

  • A floor or stair covering made from thick woven fabric, typically shaped to fit a particular room

  • A large rug, typically an oriental one

  • A thick or soft expanse or layer of something

  • form a carpet-like cover (over)

  • cover completely, as if with a carpet; "flowers carpeted the meadows"

  • A person who puts together or installs machinery, engine parts, or other equipment

  • A person who supervises the cutting, fitting, or alteration of garments or shoes

  • improved in health or physical condition

  • The Sukhoi Su-17 (NATO reporting name: Fitter) is a Soviet attack aircraft developed from the Sukhoi Su-7 fighter-bomber. It enjoyed a long career in Soviet, later Russian, service and was widely exported to communist and Middle Eastern air forces.

  • someone who fits a garment to a particular person

801 in Princes Street...and a few words from Jean and Bette!

801 in Princes Street...and a few words from Jean and Bette!

The last group of Lothian's Wright Gemini B7's is headed by 801 and here she is on a Service 31 - note the slip board for Murrayfield as this is to guide visitors to rugby matches to the west of the centre of the city.

Gemini 2, number 347 is at the rear with the very eye-catching pink livery, introduced in September 2009 and completed in December that year.

And perhaps we shouldn't say too much apropos Edinburgh's newest disgrace (which you can see fenced in here!). Since this photograph was taken the tram is now dismantled and abandoned in a yard way out at Broxburn simply because the lease for it to sit here in Princes Street expired.

I was delighted to catch up again with our friends Jean and Bette who always like to say a few words now and then to you you can imagine they have plenty to say on the tram project!

Jean: Dae ye see 'at tram there an' aw th' waste ay bunsens they're spendin'.
Bette: Ah ken it's a disgrace it pure is Jean an' tae hink it's uir wages 'at ur payin' fur it tay.
Jean: An' it seems years they've bin diggin' up yon roads an' whit fur?
Bette: Ah ken Jean but noo they're gonna step it jist at York Place yon alang thaur.
Jean: Awa' is 'at reit?
Bette: Aye it sure is hen! An' bide until they pit up them wires all along the streets that'll brin' it aw th' toffs an' their fancy words.
Jean: Mercy me...Ah ne'er thooght ay 'at.
Bette: Mah guidman says we shoods write tae yon Duke ay Buccleugh an' he'll pit a stop tae it ' fur aw.
Jean: ye ken he's got fitted carpets Bette....cosy an' aw 'at ye ken?
Bette: Aye ...but here's uir 22 comin' th' noo - mah feit are like blocks ay ice. Ye can teel it's a 22 fur th' nipple pink taps!
Jean: Ah ne'er thooght ay 'at Bette yoo're a scream hen!

47514 1977 07 Derby

47514 1977 07 Derby

An immaculate Toton allocated 47514 in charge of the Royal Train has just stopped at the marker on platform 1 at Derby so that Her Majesty’s saloon lines up with the red carpet on the platform. Her Majesty is about to disembark and greet the waiting dignitaries and crowds as she continues her Silver Jubilee year Royal tours, 28th July 1977. 47514 was originally D1960 and it was the penultimate class 47 to be built at the Brush Falcon works at Loughborough. It entered traffic as late as July 1968 and was one of nine class 47’s (D1953 – D1961) delivered in corporate blue livery. Apart from the original batch of twenty class 47’s (D1500 – D1519) it was (along with D1961) one of only two other class 47’s fitted from new with electric train heating equipment. For the first eleven years 47514 was allocated either to Crewe or Toton until in January 1979 it transferred to Scotland (Haymarket) for 100mph push pull Glasgow – Edinburgh duties. For these duties it was one of seventeen (47701 – 47717) class 47/4's equipped with RCH remote control equipment with 47514 becoming 47703 in March 1979. These duties were taken over by DMU’s in 1990 and 47703 was transferred to Crewe in the November of that year. In July 1991 it transferred to Old Oak Common for Network South East passenger duties which it undertook for the next two years until transferred back to Crewe in July 1993. In 1995 it was sold to Waterman Railways who later sold it to Fragonset Railways in 1997, It was withdrawn in December 2007 and after a period of uncertainty is in use on the Wensleydale Railway, although it is currently (February 2010) non operational with a traction motor bearing fault.

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