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About scahalane

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  1. murrayec's Projects

    Exquisite workmanship Eoin. A real joy to look at.
  2. Irish modelling site

    I live near midleton and have never heard of them, so they must be just starting up. Best of luck to them hope it works out.
  3. IRM 2018 Range; 'Project 42' and Plough

    The weedspray tanks look very similar to the original style barrior wagons for the ammonia's ...perhaps another little project!!!
  4. IRM 2018 Range; 'Project 42' and Plough

    Plenty of stock there to suit my Kent station layout. Looking forward to these, especially the ferts. Now if only I could concoct a story line of how the Tara's took a wrong turn and ended up in Cork for the day!!!
  5. Kingsbridge - paint shop

    Brave move but worth the risk Noel. I think maybe some whiteish weathering powders to add a variety of texture and they'll look great.
  6. Georges Workbench

    They look the dogs alright..very nice finish..must get around to doing my own shortly.
  7. enniscorthymans workbench

    Looking good Eamonn.
  8. Galgorm Hall

    Great job, love the detail.
  9. Kingsbridge - workbench

    Very well done Noel.
  10. Popeye's Workbench

    Excellent scratch build, love it.
  11. IRM Cement Bubble Latest News

    Nice parcel in the post today, that was fast, thanks lads. Took them for a quick spin around the layout with no problems to report.
  12. New Look

    I should have them somewhere, although probably in different places. The alternative is for me to download them 1 by 1 from photobucket. Not sure where each image goes though.
  13. New Look

    Just been reading about it there after a quick Google check...hadn't realized...little feckers!! that's them off my Christmas list.
  14. New Look

    The images from my workbench and 'Kent Station' layout are still missing. They were originally linked from photobucket.
  15. Looks like rail freight could be returning to Cork with the redevelopment of Marino Point. http://www.irishexaminer.com/ireland/quay-developments-set-to-transform-cork-city-and-harbour-412831.html

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