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4253 - Easter Weeks - Melksham to Weymouth
Easter Weeks - 14th to 18th April and 21st to 25th April - days trip from Melksham to Weymouth by train, using the new TransWilts train service. Leave Melksham at 09:15, and arrive back at 19:46. Adult day return fare £16.50, child £8.25. If travelling in a group, ask for a "GroupSave" ticket w ....

4252 - Staveton Halt, former station between Trowbridge and Melksham
Trowbridge - the county town of Wiltshire - has spread north and now incorporates Staverton village. The Kennet and Avon Canal, the River Avon and the TransWilts railway line from Westbury and Trowbridge to Chippenham and Swindon all pass from west to east through the village. And Staverton Halt o ....

4251 - Broughton Gifford Halt, TransWilts Railway Line
Just a short distance from Melksham, the road to Broughton Gifford crosses the TransWilts railway line and in 1903 a halt was built there where local trains would stop on request. It closed in 1955 and, as it had been built of wood, there's nothing left to see of the platforms today. The halt w ....

4250 - Lacock Halt - former TransWilts Station
Over the past ten days, years of undergrowth has been cut back along the railway line from Chippenham to Trowbridge, and I've taken the opportunity of a weekend, some sunshine and some nice clouds to take some pictures. Lacock Halt was situated about 2.5 miles from Chippenham and closed in 1966. He ....

4249 - An evening in Glasgow
I've just finished a giving a private Lua course in Glasgow and in that brief interval between the end of the course and total darkness descending, I've had a chance to look around and take a few pictures. At times, Glasgow can look as if it's still back in another age. Chalk boards pint down to ....

4248 - Metatables, Metamethods, classes and objects in Lua
In Lua, almost everything (!) is held as a table. You don't have lists, hashes, dicts, arrays, objects, namespaces - you have tables. It helps consistency, in helps keep the language small - but at times it does mean you have to be a little bit more aware of how the features of tables can be combi ....

4247 - You wait a long time - then buses come in threes. It's timetabled that way!
"Why is it you wait for a bus for half an hour then three come along together". That's often said in jest, but it seems to really happen. The sad truth in Wiltshire is that the reason behind this stange (and un-useful) pattern in when services turn up is because that's how it's planned. Look at ....

4246 - Python, PHP, Ruby, C, Lua, etc ... course prices held for the rest of 2014
Prices HELD again ;-) ... current pricing for training courses will remain unchanged for the rest of 2014, baring VAT rate changes and rampant inflation! £350.00 for the first day on a public course, plus £250.00 for each subsequent day. Add £60.00 if you want a room to stay over ....

4245 - It always happens to me when I'm in Borehamwood!
There's something about my stays in Borehamwood - earlier this week - something always seems to go wrong. Three nights in my hotel there, and on the first night I was awoken by the file alarm at 23:30 and staff noisily starting work in the next room to mine soon after 05:00. The first picture shows ....

4244 - Disambiguation - PHP List
PHP Lists, or PHPList? 1. Lists in PHP A PHP "array" - as they're know - is really a linked list in computer science terms [plus an ordered map - another story!] Let me explain - a linked list is a series of values, one after another held in a single collection, and referenced by a position numbe ....

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