blue skies in camelot

  1. President_Lincoln

    Blue Skies in Camelot (Continued): An Alternate 80s and Beyond
    Threadmarks: Act III (Continued)

    Blue Skies in Camelot: An Alternate 60s and Beyond Act III: Progress & Prosperity (Con't) “Each time a man stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others, or strikes out against injustice, he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope, and crossing each other from a million different...
  2. studdley_

    The National Basketball Association in the BSiC Universe

    Hello, long time reader, first time poster here. I recently came across @President_Lincoln 's incredible storyline titled "Blue Skies in Camelot." I just finished reading through what has been finished thus far, and in anticipation of whatever Mr. President is planning on adding to the...
  3. Duke Andrew of Dank

    Britt Allcroft and Lucasfilm Present: Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends (A BSiC supplement)
    Threadmarks: INTRODUCTION: David Mitton's Deal

    Feburary 5, 1982 Shepperton Studios: Surrey, England Britt Allcroft and David Mitton were sitting in the latter's office. For about a year, the two had been working on creating an adaptation of the Railway Series of books written by the Reverend W. Awdry. The publishers, Kayne and Ward, agreed...
  4. President_Lincoln

    BSiC: Closer to Home - A Supplemental Microhistory Timeline
    Threadmarks: Introduction

    Microhistory is, according to the Oxford English Dictionary: "Historical study which addresses a specific or localized subject; a historical account of this nature, a case study." Often, history is told in long, broad strokes, with the narrative centered on key figures of great socio-cultural...
  5. QTXAdsy

    The Flying Scotsman Worldwide Tour - A Collaborative Supplement to BSiC
    Threadmarks: Chapter 1: Jolly Good Company

    Chapter 1: Jolly Good Company To many walking past him down the streets of London that chilly December evening in 1969 would've thought nothing of a rather nervous looking man in the crowd. The man in question was a gentlemen by the name of Alan Peglar, who in railway terms was famed for being...