Victor1st Mornington's blog

Dec
28

The sandhogs discovery...

It was a cold one this year.

New Babbage had not seen snowfall like this for a good number of years, heavy snow, day in, day out and the snow ploughs was having a hard time keeping the tram line and roads clear, infact they was having such a hard time the city municipal secretary sent out a tender for help, and the sandhogs came out of their usual month-long holiday to help out.

Dec
13

Christmas Tree Decoration Contest!

A long, long time ago... in a New Babbage far...far... *cough*...

You get the point...

..anyway, Doctor Obolensky used to plant a big huge tree somewhere in the city and invite folks to make decorations for it, and then set it on fire and laugh...i dont know about the fire bit but it suits his modus operandi...

Nov
11

The wanderer returns...

The nights had been drawing in long and long in the city.  As the cold winds rushed in from the north, the rolling fog got thicker and thicker in the mornings.  Winter was arriving.

Jan
19

The Port Incident

Vic was sitting back, looking over the plans for the Savoury Street Market while one of the Port Boys, a Mr Hampton, told him of the going on in port less than a few hours ago..

"...and then their throat got ripped out!  Clean out i tell ya!  The other lads didnt know what was happenin!"

Mar
19

The Shipwrecks of Brunel Hall

It was a brisk March morning in New Babbage.  All of the snow had melted leaving the brown limestone streets exposed to the weather.  The skies though was a little clearer than normal due to the annual oiling festival taking place.

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