Fleming ensured that the literary Bond drives Bentleys, and although his pre war car was written off in the novel Moonraker while in pursuit of Sir Hugo Drax white Mercedes Benz 300SL, it was evidently felt to be a suitable icon. That why this example was chosen complete with the Amherst Villiers supercharger by Life magazine when photographing Fleming. Splendid stuff..
M. Pleven is expected to decide at he end of today’s discussions he too will fly to Wash ngton for the conferences there, Attlee will take 17 persons with im. British spokesmen today tried ard to erase any impression that he President’s comment on the torn bomb Thursday was the prime eason for Attlce’s hurry np trip to Washington.
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FrontpageNewsBath NewsBath Spa train stationBath train trouble sparks furious complaints from disgruntled travellersGreat Western Railway’s customer care has been described as “shocking”11:07, 20 APR 2017A First Great Western train leaving Bath Spa railway station (Image: Artur Lesniak) The Bath station is entering a second day of long delays and service cancellations as a result of a points failure near Oldfield Park on Tuesday night.Passenger John Bell was caught up in the chaos on Wednesday morning. He said he was left frustrated at the lack of information on offer at Bath Spa railway station.Travel chaos continues as more trains cancelled and delayed through Bath Spa railway stationHe said: “Great Western Railway sold me tickets at the station knowing of the issues affecting the trains.”Why not tell me before I paid my money?”Then they told me there was no train and to get the bus just outside the station.”Like many other customers, Mr Bell went and queued at the bus station for a rail replacement service.However, 10 minutes later he was told to return to the railway station and wait on platform one.”I asked when the train was,” he said. “The answer was ‘no idea, possibly an hour and a half from now’.”Resettled Syrians ‘feel very loved’ in Bath as they watch football at Twerton ParkHe added: “On enquiring at the station what was happening, I was told ‘no idea’.”I asked if FirstGroup which runs Great Western, could arrange buses or taxis to Swindon and they said no.”I asked why not? .