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CJSutcliffe

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Charging Princess Part 2 by CJSutcliffe, visual art

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A Real Train by CJSutcliffe, visual art

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Charging Princess by CJSutcliffe, visual art

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Southern Through The North by CJSutcliffe, visual art

Artist // Hobbyist // Photography
  • Mar 2
  • United Kingdom
  • Deviant for 16 years
  • He / Him
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My Bio
I am part of a group that is widely known as 'the third eye in the fight against terrorism'. Yet I work for no government agency, we have no connections with MI5, MI6 or the FBI.

Instead we simply pursue a hobby, waiting on stations and watching, as services come and go and people arrive and depart to and from destinations unknown. Yet we can also be the hidden enemy, many people see us as half unorthodox as we strive to continue in the pursuit of what we enjoy, and therefore prohibit us from getting our job done properly. But they cannot stop us, for we will only be back.

We are quick as buttered lightning and stealthy as the hunting jaguar, and of what we hunt, nothing will survive untouched. Commuter services, regional expresses and freighters, along with the hallowed InterCity, all will be...

Shot.

And then we are gone, once more to do battle with reality...


Current Residence: Northside Manchester
Favourite genre of music: None. I'm mainstream...
Operating System: Windows XP Professional Media Centre Edition
MP3 player of choice: Apple iPod Nano with video 8GB Black
Shell of choice: 3 Inch Titanium Plating with Kevlar insulation
Skin of choice: White
Favourite cartoon character: Takumi Fujiwara (Initial D)
Personal Quote: Shed...

Favourite Visual Artist
L.S Lowry, Terence Cuneo
Favourite Movies
Speed 1, Schindlers List
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Girls Aloud, Coldplay
Favourite Books
Of Mice And Men
Favourite Writers
Terry Caffery
Favourite Games
GTA4, HL1, Open TTD
Favourite Gaming Platform
XBOX 360, PC
Tools of the Trade
Pen, Camera, Laptop, GEN
Other Interests
Railways, Travelling, Poetry, Photography, other stuff besides...
It's been a while DA. I must apologise for not getting around to submitting anything recently, but the truth is full time work takes it out of you. Those of you who have Facebook will have kept up to date with my goings on, and indeed my photos from any recent tours I've been out and about to see. But I am going to make more of an effort to DA from now onwards. That's not a promise, more a guarantee. Updates to follow, stay tuned, DA. I, am back! ~CJSutcliffe (https://www.deviantart.com/cjsutcliffe) CJSutcliffe Photography
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Hello to all my watchers. What follows is an open email to the Office of Rail Regulation, regarding recent proposals which could hurt charter train operation in the UK considerably. Currently, if a charter train is delayed up to the point that it delays other service trains, the operating company in charge of the train is only liable for a maximum £5000 penalty fine. If the fine amount exceeds £5k, Network Rail picks up the remainder. Under new proposals, the £5000 cap will be lifted, and operating companies will be responsible for the full fine amount no matter how large, so if a delay runs up a £15000 bill, the operating company has to pay
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What follows is an open letter to a newspaper of certain repute, clearing up a query relating to a mystery surrounding Class 55 number 55020 'Nimbus', dating back to the 1990s: Dear Mr Charles Legge. Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Christopher Sutcliffe, and I'm a railway enthusiast from Manchester. I was brought to the attention of a question raised by a reader regarding the mystery surrounding a member of the 'Deltic Class' diesel locomotives (Thursday Nov 1st 2012), employed by BR on the ECML from 1959 (prototype, 1961 production started) until official withdrawal from revenue earning operation in 1981, with final withdrawal aft
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Happy Birthday!
Happy Birthday to you CJ :sing: :kiss:
:wave:
Happy Birthday. :) (Smile)
Have a fantastic day. :D (Big Grin)
Happy Birthday Christopher!