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1968 Singer Vogue Estate [Arrow]

1968 Singer Vogue Estate [Arrow] in A Very English Scandal, TV Series, 2018 IMDB Ep. 2

Class: Cars, Wagon — Model origin: UK

1968 Singer Vogue Estate [Arrow]

Position 00:53:13 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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dsl SX

2018-05-30 04:20

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Vogue grille. howmanyleft? says no Vogue Estates still left, but googling pictures throws up a handful of current/recent photos so there are scattered survivors, despite the jfs Arrow Eradication Programme Of The 1970s.

johnfromstaffs EN

2018-05-30 20:55

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It wasn’t hard to do, they were self destructing.

cl82 DE

2018-05-31 20:39

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So Jfs' Arrow Eradication Programme was the equivalent to Maggie Thatcher's policy to get rid of the trade unions and the coalmining industry? :think:

-- Last edit: 2018-05-31 20:40:49

johnfromstaffs EN

2018-05-31 21:37

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We still have trade unions, and who needs coal nowadays?

Link to "www.businessgreen.com"

-- Last edit: 2018-05-31 21:46:09

the sad biker UK

2018-06-01 01:32

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johnfromstaffs wrote We still have trade unions, and who needs coal nowadays?

Link to "www.businessgreen.com"


We're getting a new pit soon, 2-3 million tonnes/PA of top-whack coking coal for the steel industry, just offshore.

They hope to start digging the new shafts within the next 6 months.

https://www.westcumbriamining.com/west-cumbria-mining/

-- Last edit: 2018-06-01 01:32:51

rtsbusman1997 US

2018-06-01 03:12

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I get the feeling coal mining still exists mainly because otherwise most of the nations would have literally nothing else to do for jobs

johnfromstaffs EN

2018-06-01 09:07

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The two coal fired power stations in central Staffordshire, Rugeley A, 600Mw, and B, 1000Mw are currently being pulled down, despite their sitting literally on top of Lea Hall colliery, the coal never seeing daylight from hewing to burning, being quite modern in design esp. the B station with 2 x 500Mw units, and much money spent on Sulphur scrubbers in the very recent past. The pit closed and coal latterly came in by rail, renewable fuel was considered but not taken up. Drax in Yorkshire is now powered by wood pellets imported from USA, and wind turbines are sprouting everywhere.

Coking coal is a specialist requirement, but with Trump’s latest piece of tomfoolery on importation duties, for how much longer?

-- Last edit: 2018-06-01 09:48:18

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