- 26-11-2011, 20:37 #101
I visited a family member just off the Falls road last year, I was given an English reg hire care from the airport for my visit & never had any bother at all,
Nowt wrong with visiting N.Ireland, IRCC it even has quite a thriving tourist industry now....
- 26-11-2011, 20:38 #102
- Join Date
- Mar 2006
- East Midlands
I'd avoid the place cos,
It's full of Ginger bog wogs!Just cos you cant hear the voices does'nt mean they are'nt there!
I think I may be anorexic, everytime I look in the mirror there's a big fat fecker looking back!
The Snail "Do you wanna see my beaver?" HS "Go on then!"
The Snail "Oooooo you've touched my beaver!"
"Why are you not in uniform for your arrival interview Cpl HS?"
"That'll be because i've dekitted boss!"
- 26-11-2011, 20:58 #103
- Join Date
- Feb 2011
- Hiding, Jarrods on the loose!
Had a look at the old Andiestown Loc. last year, this attracted a bit of local
interest, we were told to move on sharpish.
East Belfast was no problem, neither was Cookstown, New Lodge as changed
beyond recognition, didn't feel threatened in what was left of Flax St.
or all of Ardoyne.
The Falls/Sandy Row/Grosvenor Rd are used to Tourists......the trick is...
don't let the Locals know you are looking for GCH, N.Howard St, Albert St. Mill
Percy St. or any of the other Locs we used.
IMHO Belfast is one of the top places to get wazzed in the UK and the Lasses are
still just as friendly...........shame we didn't have 'Can' to bang 'em in!Six English Electric EE750/25G axle-hung nose suspended traction motors.
Weight - 99tons 0cwt
Maximum tractive effort - 50,000lb
Total b.h.p - 3,300
Introduced - 1961
These evil bwasterds replaced my beloved A1, A2, A3 and A4's