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London Transport Museum announces new London Underground S Stock train models



London Transport Museum has announced a new motorised 1:76 (OO) scale S Stock model London Underground train made exclusively for the Museum by Bachmann Europe plc. The motorised set, comprising four cars, including two driving cars, will be available in September 2015 and can be pre-ordered from Saturday 30 May 2015. The first 250 customers to pre-order will receive a special S Stock certificate.

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Harris Corporation Completes Acquisition of Exelis

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Creates Significantly Greater Scale and Strengthens Core Franchises

MELBOURNE, Fla. — Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS) today completed its previously announced acquisition of Exelis Inc. (NYSE:XLS). Each outstanding share of Exelis common stock converted into the right to receive $16.625 in cash and 0.1025 of a share of Harris common stock. Harris shareholders own 85 percent of the combined company and Exelis shareholders own 15 percent.

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A Very Hot Russian Day at Audi Melges 20 2015 Audi-Tron Sailing Series

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Riva Del Garda, Italy – Stellar, absolutely classic Lake Garda conditions prevailed on opening day at the 2015 Audi-Tron Sailing Series hosted by Fraglia Della Vela Riva and organized by B.Plan Sport & Events (BPSE) in cooperation with Melges Europe. A big pumping breeze and pronounced swells made for premium sailing conditions with the flourishing Russian Audi Melges 20 fleet on full charge. In particular, Igor Rytov on RUS-296 now leads the field of 40 teams after two races.

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Samui Regatta – AY Race Report 5 & Summary

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2014/15 AY Grand Prix Event

AY Race Report 5 & Summary

And the winners are Windsikher II, Jessandra II and El Coyote
Bill Bremner & Foxy Lady 6 crowned AYGP Skipper & Yacht of the Year

By AY MultiMedia
May 30th, Koh Samui, Thailand: Once again, the race committee had to contend with light, variable wind and glassy patches before they could safely lay the course and get racing underway. To keep themselves amused, some crews tried wake boarding behind the boat or swinging around from the main halyard before taking a dip. Eventually the Easterly strengthened to a steady 5 knots and everyone swung into action before it faded for the final showdown. The likelihood that there would only be one race, was on everyone’s mind and the top contenders were ready and willing to give their best shot at the title.

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