Monday, March 28, 2005

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Good Shepherd, Rosemont
With photos of the Moyer and Chislett consecrations

Fireside Chat with the Rector
Fr Thomas Janikowski’s good-humoured tribute to the London, Brighton and South Coast religion

The nickname comes from a long defunct railway company which painted its locomotives strange colours. For example Stoudley Improved Engine Green was orange!!! Laterly, which in the case of the LBSCR means 1914-23 they painted their engines burnt umber rather than the usual maroon, black, or green.
- Fr Peter Robinson

The line covered the English equivalent of America’s biretta belt.

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