I have for some time heard rumours of a class 66 from Bachmann or Heljan, I wonder if anyone knows if either company are planning to produce such a model or if the rumours are nothing more than rumours, either way if anyone knows the answer please could you let me know.
You, John, being of pedantic utterance in your terminology of attempted correctness, do not quote with total correctness that which was originally shown.
I quite agree with the fact that my humble home is in Wales.....In this day and age, however, it doesn't really present much of a problem as we have roads upon which we can travel and preferably when using a motor car. I understand the person responsible for starting the Kwik-Save chain of food-stores originally used a horse and cart....something for which, I understand, the infamous "H" bridge (Rhyl) was originally designed. These days we have the A548/A547/A55/M56/M61/2/3 all within easy reach.....modern technology!!
*Who* is also plural when shown in the context stated in my original thought-out utterance which I then duly typed-out. A case of placing my thoughts into words.
Just a thought, like a flash of lightening, but would one have preferred the word *whom*.....??
Aha!! John, was I not referring to people, employees/MD/any and/or all those concerned, with a direct involvement persuant to the point in question....?? I do comprehend....which being a thing who/to whom being a person and/or persons. But, as you mention, it just aint sound right dont it...;-))
I don't know if one would have preferred it, but I'm pretty sure grammatically whom would not've been right, I tried to say erroneous but it I couldn't spell. Whom would be more correct if you or someone was doing it or something to them, Bachmann, but not if it were Bachmann doing the doing.
Bachmann brothers, each on their own was a person.....you're quite correct. The information can be found on the Bachmann web-site relating to/from the history of Bachmann founders to-date. Very interesting it is too..... Colin.