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a href="http://"www.care-bears.com/CareBears/html/about/grumpy.html" target="_blank">The beare of bad tidings

looking at this quote, their seems to be a " between the http:// and the web address, making whichever program opens the web page add another 'http://' at the start..

methinks you had a go, then put the web address in again later perhaps?

damn fine attempt tho Ms Hair!!! well done!!

(for those that want the link, but are too lazy to fix it, click here)

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looking at this quote, their seems to be a " between the http:// and the web address, making whichever program opens the web page add another 'http://' at the start..

methinks you had a go, then put the web address in again later perhaps?

damn fine attempt tho Ms Hair!!! well done!!

(for those that want the link, but are too lazy to fix it, click here)

I can't get your link to work either Mr Darn

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The council normally take down shelters that have been vandalised. I dont think that one was - was it?

I've been past a few times in the car, and seen old people standing there in the rain, getting splashed by passing vehicles. My heart bleeds. No really - it does.

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The council normally take down shelters that have been vandalised. I dont think that one was - was it?

I've been past a few times in the car, and seen old people standing there in the rain, getting splashed by passing vehicles. My heart bleeds. No really - it does.

And they wonder why folk hate public transport :angry:

Back to that crap next week :(

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Yes, public transport sucks. Especially if your on the top deck of the X31 and right at the back.

Have you seen those yellow / orange / brown stains all over the seats and floor? *Shudders*.

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The bus stop on Glebe Road, on the same side as the library?

Denzel,

This has taken quite a bit of digging but here is the answer.

The top blew off this shelter so it had to be demolished as it was unsafe. It will be replaced but that takes months? Adshel not WDC say when, again? However it should be replaced with something in keeping with the rest of the "street furniture" as will be the one on Ncl Bank. It should also be paid by the community group which got the grant for the rest of the steet package, PROVIDING some cash is left!

I know there are a lot of people on this board knocking the present upgrades to the street furniture in Bedlington and to them only a few words: lets see what you can do! By and large the only reason this is getting done is because some people got off their arses and actually applied themselves!

Of course I have to say that bus shelters are needed NOW not so much in the summer months and why on earth people have to wait in the rain for a service which they pay for, and which provides some commercial return, I do not understand. You would think someone would be getting their fingers out now during the winter months!

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