User talk:And Introducing... A Leg

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Thanks for your expansion of Imber. As you may have seen from the history I created a stub on it two days ago with the intention of coming back and writing a proper article, so it's good to see that someone has done the work for me! Thanks for your efforts. — Trilobite (Talk) 05:05, 26 May 2005 (UTC)

Well, it's great to see how it now looks -- thanks very much! I was planning to write a basic story of Imber, then come back and expand and wikify it later, so thanks for saving me that job. I am assuming that you also saw the BBC4 on BBC2 documentry recently, and were as heartbroken by it as I was. Great minds think alike, eh?

I also saw the documentary, although actually I have been strangely fascinated by the place for quite some time, even though I've never made much effort to find out more about it. I remember seeing it on a map, stuck out in the middle of Salisbury Plain, quite a few years ago now. I thought it must be an interesting place, but it was mysteriously absent when I looked at other maps! I assumed it must have been very small or something, but only later did I find out the real reason. When I saw that documentary was on I just had to watch it, and then that made me wonder if we had anything on Wikipedia about it. There does seem to be good amount of information on it available on the internet, and it's good to see an article emerge fully formed like that in a short time. I will have to go there one day and take some pictures to illustrate the page! I went to Tyneham once - fascinating stuff. Thanks again! — Trilobite (Talk) 17:25, 26 May 2005 (UTC)

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No problem. Glad I could help ... Peaceray (talk) 06:09, 17 February 2011 (UTC)

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