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    No need to do that, Barl, just put the wagons at the top of your wedding list? Cheaper than Waterford glasses, tumbler dryers, microwaves .........
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    Barl, at the rate IRM are producing stuff, I would just forget about the wedding altogether.
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    It heartens us that some many of you believe in us and what we do Rich, IRM is nothing without orders! It also drives us to provide the very best models we can.
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    Oh dear, more money gone - a Scottish Drummond engine (Dugald is buried four miles from this house) will be hard to resist, especially in Caley Blue - ALMOST as nice as the livery of a certain railway running North from Dublin. Bearing in mind that with Hornby's recently announced NBR Holmes 0-6-0 tender loco, this is only the second truly Scottish RTR loco, (oops, third, I'd forgotten Caley 123) we folk on the other side of the Irish Sea are very lucky having had RTR models of our own locos (OK, mainly diesels, but absolutely Irish) for over ten years now. Is it any wonder that I am still working at 71, with all the wonderful models available?
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    Neither : remote control - Some Glitches in receiving but they work sometimes
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    Hi Fran, If you read Mr Carter's list of stands, it appears that we're selling the same things! We ARE, except that the items are in line with our respective AGES? I never really got far beyond the early 1970s! And like you, I am HOPEFUL of having certain goodies, well - a certain goodie, long-promised. Leslie
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    Thanks, i know how to balance the white. It was photographed in fluorescent light which is soft and the camera set for this, then it can be adjusted on the computer. The problem i have is a very bad screen, cheap and nasty. The picture on the camera screen looks fine.
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    More than welcome to meet by the IRM stand. Patrick and myself will be there with bubbles for sale and samples of Tara, BR HOP24 and other goodies hopefully!
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    Bachmann Europe are pleased to announce that we are producing a Branchline OO scale model of the Class 812 0-6-0 steam locomotive for Rails of Sheffield. The announcement was made today at the Model Rail Scotland show in Glasgow, following an agreement being reached with the Caledonian Railway 828 Trust. The following models are now available to pre-order with Rails of Sheffield (£30 deposit required): No. 828 in Caledonian Railway Blue livery (as preserved) No. 828 in Caledonian Railway Blue livery (as originally built) No. 17566 in LMS Black livery No. 57565 in BR Black, Early Emblem livery (weathered) No. 57566 in BR Black, Late Crest
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    Don't forget about the G5 announced by Bachmann, finally something pure North Eastern. http://news.bachmann.co.uk/2018/02/lner-g5-0-4-4t/
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    Oops! In fact massive oops! Really got my CME's mixed up. AND it was Mr Mackintosh who designed those lovely (and rather good) "Dunalastair" Class - now THAT model would be irresistible What was I saying about age?
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    Well to help along I have got another silver fox A class and C class in a box from a friend last week.... Surely this was sign from "on high" to tempt ... A foretelling perhaps but surely not a warning of a bleak future... Great images Noel ... I think Brian was just a naughty boy or perhaps a class 31 in new money. Robert
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    Ah, that's why I called them spark guards earlier and Richie thought I was on about something else on the bogies.
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    Brian is the Messiah!
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    Hmm - just checking the ould piggy bank. Forgot about that fecking IOU! Must work harder!!
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    I was two days into this when IRM announced that they plan to release the Plough Van as one of their future projects So more than likely these will eventually end up in a siding but as the saying goes I've started so I'll finish.Like anything I've previously tried from SSM, Des has made it as easy as he possibly can for anyone building one of his kits so it has gone together without any hassle so far. Before I tackle getting the roof on I've added some plasticard to the interior of the veranda just to bulk up the appearance of the uprights a little, and I've also added some bracing to the central section to help keep everything rigid.
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    This is the I-35 crash in Iowa a few weeks ago - it's being widely circulated as the M62 crash yesterday, but it's clearly not that.
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