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  1. Bray Train & Model Fair

    10am-4pm Location : Bray Wheelers Clubhouse School Road off Boghall Road Bray for Directions http://www.braywheelers.com for more info call 01/4576751or 012851308 Admission 1€ for charity Tea and Coffee are served Everything for Model-Railways HO N OO ,Dieast Models,Toy Soldiers ,Scenic Materials,etc. http://irishrailwaymodeller.com/calendar.php?do=getinfo&e=3&day=2012-4-22&c=1
  2. Richard Chown

    Models_and_layouts_incl._Castle__Rackrent_v4.3.3-1.pdf.pdf
  3. AddressPal - New Home Delivery option

    Hi Noel, It's a great service, have used it since before Christmas to great avail! Highly recommended and you can't beat service to your door by your own postman!
  4. 42ft Container flat - 3D FUD

    Or might not be project 4, but 4,5,6,7,8,9 and 10
  5. New rtr De Dietrich coaches

    It's quite an old video now Noel - time flies! The poor Murphy 201 really struggled to get that rake moving I have to tell you The layout now is also no more, in the advanced stages of demolition at the moment for an all new, all singing all dancing version... hopefully I'll be resurrecting the layout thread in due course!
  6. New rtr De Dietrich coaches

    A slightly old video of one of my rakes around the layout
  7. Bargain Watch

    Spotted a bargain online for an Irish railway item? Post it here!
  8. Oxford Rail MK111 Coaches

    They stated at Warley that IE stock is 'on the list' for their MK3 project...
  9. Oxford Rail MK111 Coaches

    Havent seen them in the flesh yet, but Oxford have said they are going to do IE versions.....
  10. 141 Black

    I see the one that was on ebay is sold (€145 or so) https://www.ebay.ie/itm/Murphy-Models-MM0141A-Irish-Rail-CIE-numbered-B141-Black/332525034693?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649
  11. Our economies of scale are improving all the time broithe, meaning, for example, that a highly detailed bogie wagon like the Tara Mines, will be cheaper per wagon than the bubble or ballasts were. Our goal is to provide the best possible models at the best possible prices.
  12. eBay Watch

    Cute little baggage van http://www.ebay.ie/itm/Irish-Rail-RPSI-guards-baggage-van-Intermediate-live-use-Murphy-Models-/261004589657?pt=UK_Trains_Railway_Models&hash=item3cc515fa59
  13. enniscorthymans workbench

    Just beautiful weathering!
  14. Small/Large Radius Curves

    Generally medium points are acceptable for space saving and the larger the radius you can fit for running the better! have you a draft track plan?
  15. Irish Railway Rambler - new book

    A fine read it is too!
  16. Access desktop layout on iPhone?

    Pinch to zoom still works just fine on phone tho?
  17. Access desktop layout on iPhone?

    Hi Noel, The site only runs one theme now, however it's just one that is responsive, so it's simply adapting the menus and buttons to the size of the display. The content is identical, just shrunk a little HTH!
  18. We're hiring!

    Talk about a dream job!
  19. Irish Railway Models Ballast Wagon

    ... and gone
  20. Irish Railway Models Ballast Wagon

    Already down to 1 left!
  21. Chetwynd Viaduct

    Enough pericombobulation, back to the viaduct!
  22. Chetwynd Viaduct

    And confirmed by this 1960 Image from the O'Dea collection http://catalogue.nli.ie/Record/vtls000305078 Must have been some sight! +
  23. Chetwynd Viaduct

    It's certainly wide enough to carry two tracks... However a little research confirms it was a single line: http://www.buildingsofireland.ie/niah/search.jsp?type=record&county=CO&regno=20908603
  24. Modern 4w chassis

    The bagged cement wagons are a different chassis entirely again (like the Beet wagons)
  25. Thought for the Day

    If there were a small range of locos and wagons I would. But then I’d say the same for O
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