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The Q wrote:I like your Kilt pin Kiltedfireman..a most fitting pin to be worn.
My kilt pins all mean something to me,, ( although i have a couple of sword pins I've been given)
I have made a representation of the sailing boat I race, worn to sailing events.
I have a WW2 Railway Service Badge in Rememberance of one grandfather, worn with a Poppy broach,
I have a Royal Tank Regiment Badge in Rememberance of my other grandfather again worn with the Poppy broach.
I wish to get or make an appropriate, railway pin for wearing to model railway events.
Sometime, I must find my Royal Air Force hat badge as that could be worn as a kilt pin.
Also I could make a Green Goddess (fire engine) Kilts pin as I was one of the servicemen used as firemen during the firemens strike in the late 1970s.
Nov 28 16 12:09 PM
...of the Clan MacLately.
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English Bloke wrote:Q: I should do the same with a mk3 Landrover ambi-variant. I was on the ambulance strike in 89-90. Shrewsbury to be precise. That's when I discovered, after being put up at RAF Shawbury for a few days before we deployed proper, that Crabs got better pay, better accommodation, better food and a better leave allowance than us Pongos. I was very jealous at the time. Not jealous enough to transfer mind...
Nov 28 16 2:21 PM
English Bloke wrote:KF - I do like the pin, nice one.
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