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    IRM Fert Wagon

    Jayus. I didn't realise it was so close ,. better start throwing the hints out, thanks for the heads up lads,😄 It is a great way of getting Christmas and birthday presents in all fairness , I've did for the last number of years.
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    Jason's Workbench

    Absolutely fantastic Jason, very well done . I have a few of the keg kits to build myself they look great. can I ask what colour you used for the kegs very realistic
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    CIE Ballast Plough Now Available to Preorder

    So here's me thinking the cie pack will definitely have to cost a bit more for the retooling and so on, (which was not a problem) ,. Yet.once again you lads stun us all with another discount,. how good is that. just fantastic thanks lads.
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    Jason's Workbench

    Excellent work Jason,. did you superglue or solder. Will be watching the rest of your build with keen interest. very well done.
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    IRM Fert Wagon

    Friday evenings seem to be getting a whole lot better. Fantastic looking , thanks Fran. well done lads.
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    CIE Ballast Plough. Can you help us do it?

    Would definitely buy the cie version as well, and would also like to see the cie ballasts to complete the line up. i personally think that no matter what ye lads produce with these standards it will be a winner. great work.
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    First Look at the IRM Tara!

    . Thanks railer.
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    IRM Fert Wagon

    This is going to be really something else judging by the cad, it just gets better and better, a great time to be in the hobby all thanks to you lads,. very well done.
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    First Look at the IRM Tara!

    Great photos as well railer, thanks for sharing,. didn't know there was different wagons.
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    First Look at the IRM Tara!

    Wow, The excitement is really building up now when you see this level of detail in a wagon, fantastic lads and very well done.
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    IRM Plough Preordering Now Open!

    Hi lads,. fantastic looking, great addition to the ballast wagons,. great work.
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    Latest Weathering Project Complete

    That's some fantastic weathering,. you must be very pleased with them,. whoever did it for you certainly knows their stuff. like you I wouldn't chance it myself no way would it turn like this. Enjoy.
  13. Lovely looking wagon lads,. Wish you every success with this . I hear a few packs calling me .
  14. Like most of the views so far, I would also like to know in advance, It gives me time to find were I hid me communion money.
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    enniscorthymans workbench

    Lovely job on the weathering,. very well built also. I found them very nice to build as well.
  16. A truly outstanding model,. many thanks to you all for making this happen. The orange livery.just shades it for me really class.
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    Please vote for IRM!!

    Done. That was a very difficult choice ballast or bubble,. Best of luck with results.
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    Tara Junction.

    Once again,. what a fantastic layout ,. so full of life. The etched wipers really make a big improvement, great job.
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    Kingsbridge - workbench

    Noel, what a fantastic job on the Gsv,. You rightly should be very proud of this achievement . Very well done.
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    21mm gauge track; the pros and cons?

    Hi all,. To the uninitiated what is the main visual or otherwise difference with 21 MM. Gauge and oo gauge. I have never given it much thought or read much about it before this thread as it looked way above . what I could do.
  21. Hi all, . Didn't want to take the mk2a thread off topic,. so thought I would throw this about and see what happens. Now I could be wrong , but I think there are more than a few likeminded people as well as myself who would . really like to see the above Dutch van ,in my case both unrebuilt and rebuilt being produced to a high spec, . Preferably by the IRM team. ( no pressure lads) . Maybe if we had enough intrest the lads or someone . might give it some serious consideration ( just a thought) and not trying to take anything away from what . the lads are planning. I know in the recent poll the Dutch van didn't make any waves, . But maybe just. maybe someday ? . regards john
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    High end R-T-R Dutch van. ( rebuilt)

    Right so , a high end rtr Dutch van doesn't seem to ruffle to many feathers,. and I thought like Richie they would shift in their millions 😂 . Okay plan B now this is not about who makes the unrebuilt van ,but is the sf van of the right shape and look as I really can't tell ,would much work be needed if not. Secondly dc kits are not stocking the rebuilt Dutch van any more, so I was thinking does this also have the right look and feel about it ,and if so if enough people expressed interest could doc kits be approached about a small run, or as jm replied contact a professional model maker. I can also see it would have to be cost effective for anybody to give it a go. like i say if enough expressed intrest we could go from there. bit long winded this reply , sorry about that. also if anyone wants to pm me their personal view on the current available dutch vans I would maybe prefer this as I don't want to offend anyone, just maybe buy 3/4 vans that's all.
  23. WOW,. They look brilliant,. your right Fran the detail on the chassis really stands out,. Glad I ordered these as well. great work guys.
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    Popeye's Workbench

    Now that really is in a class of its own,. Absolutely brilliant,. what I wouldn't give for one like that. Very well done.
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    Behind the scenes at IRM

    Best wishes to four extremely nice gentlemen,. Hope this is a huge success for you also. looks like I'll be parting with the rest of my communion money you already have. Good luck.

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