Where in the World

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Ear today
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Re: Where in the World

Post by Ear today » 02 May 2018 16:43

Central Brittany, France where all you can hear is birds, bees, and tractors working in the fields until I crank up my system.

VinylT
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Re: Where in the World

Post by VinylT » 09 Jun 2018 18:09

Well I’m living in the Netherlands, In a small village near Nijmegen.

euclid
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Re: Where in the World

Post by euclid » 23 Jun 2018 06:27

euclid wrote:On the other side of the pond, about 15 miles south of Washington, DC and near the Potomac river. In Accokeek, Maryland.
In 2012 I moved to the northern part of Silver Spring Maryland, about 9 miles north of Washington DC.

Moving over half a ton of audio equipment is not fun! Moving 1220 albums, 400 CDs and hundreds of tapes on 7 and ten inch reels is not fun either. Listening to them is great fun!

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Re: Where in the World

Post by Pandrew105 » 30 Jun 2018 22:15

South East England. Doesn't matter where you are, really, just enjoy your spinning, you could be anywhere!

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Re: Where in the World

Post by Max75 » 24 Jul 2018 21:12

North West Italy

Ottermel
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Re: Where in the World

Post by Ottermel » 17 Aug 2018 17:27

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Where is this? (mostly for Brits)

Grumpyoldgit1956
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Re: Where in the World

Post by Grumpyoldgit1956 » 22 Nov 2018 10:43

I live (if you can call it that) in the Greater Manchester area of the UK.......Well someone has to live here!

Tonybro
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Re: Where in the World

Post by Tonybro » 22 Nov 2018 12:28

Grumpyoldgit1956 wrote:
22 Nov 2018 10:43
I live (if you can call it that) in the Greater Manchester area of the UK.......Well someone has to live here!
Could be worse, you could be in Wales! :twisted: :wink:

You're just down the M61 from me...

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Re: Where in the World

Post by Tonybro » 22 Nov 2018 12:31

Ottermel wrote:
17 Aug 2018 17:27
058small.jpgWhere is this? (mostly for Brits)
Well the Platform marker is LNER - London & North Eastern Railways so I would assume East Coast mainline from Kings Cross to Edinburgh, scaling the picture up looks like the marker on the right hand wall indicates the place starts with a P maybe. It isn't a line I am familiar with, I'm on the West Coast Mainline.

Could be any one of about 100 refurbished Victorian stations in Britain... :)

Grumpyoldgit1956
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Re: Where in the World

Post by Grumpyoldgit1956 » 22 Nov 2018 12:40

Tonybro wrote:
22 Nov 2018 12:28

Could be worse, you could be in Wales! :twisted: :wink:

You're just down the M61 from me...
Steady on Tony!
In all fairness, there is only one problem with the area I live in......It's above sea level! :lol: :lol:

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Re: Where in the World

Post by Hankki » 22 Nov 2018 21:28

Never checked out VE but registered to HE many years ago for the service manuals.
Living in Bennäs, Finland, almost on the west coast in the middle of the country.
My brother bought a technics system in 1983, i was 12, and my brothers listened to Black Sabbath, Rainbow, Nazareth etc. In 1989 I bought a Yamaha cd player and vinyls were out for my part until a couple of years ago when I bought a Yamaha r-n500 receiver, b&w 686s2 speakers and a pro-ject debut carbon turntable and picked up my brothers old records. I also pulled out my 20 year old 50+1 disc pioneer cd from the closet.

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Re: Where in the World

Post by hobie1dog » 23 Nov 2018 00:08

Cornelius, NC is about 20 miles above Charlotte ( which I am not a fan of btw). The beaches are 3 hours to the East, mountains 2 hours West, marvelous weather, very little culture/music.

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Re: Where in the World

Post by ethorn66 » 23 Nov 2018 00:55

hobie1dog wrote:
23 Nov 2018 00:08
Cornelius, NC is about 20 miles above Charlotte ( which I am not a fan of btw). The beaches are 3 hours to the East, mountains 2 hours West, marvelous weather, very little culture/music.
C'mon hobie1dog, what's not to like? Great weather, beaches, mountains, lake Norman.
Culture is getting more diverse every day! Literally!

I am an original Charlottean now residing in Sherrills Ford, NC.
I've seen this area explode in last 15 years! Traffic is horrific on Hwy77 now and also Hwy150, it use to be a breeze! But, times they are a changing!😜
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Ottermel
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Re: Where in the World

Post by Ottermel » 23 Nov 2018 17:38

Tonybro wrote:
22 Nov 2018 12:31
Ottermel wrote:
17 Aug 2018 17:27
058small.jpgWhere is this? (mostly for Brits)
Well the Platform marker is LNER - London & North Eastern Railways so I would assume East Coast mainline from Kings Cross to Edinburgh, scaling the picture up looks like the marker on the right hand wall indicates the place starts with a P maybe. It isn't a line I am familiar with, I'm on the West Coast Mainline.

Could be any one of about 100 refurbished Victorian stations in Britain... :)
It's York railway station!
I was there this past August.

Grumpyoldgit1956
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Re: Where in the World

Post by Grumpyoldgit1956 » 23 Nov 2018 19:57

Ottermel wrote:
23 Nov 2018 17:38

It's York railway station!
I was there this past August.
And a very nice place to visit. Not been for three or more years, probably two hours drive for me.

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