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    Goods Yard Building

    Great work all round on the embankment Tony. Enjoying watching this progress.
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    Jason's Workbench

    Just finished working on some 1/76 scale Transits from Oxford Diecast. A nice result for very little effort. Decals are from SSM, ladders from the spares box. Job done. Now added to the ESB fleet
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    Foolish drivers

    Unfortunately the cost would considerably outweigh the benefits. But yes, it would be a deterrent and make someone think twice after they have to pick what's left of their engine out of the dashboard.
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    Glengarriff + my former Irish models/layouts

    Looks great, like the idea for the shed.
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    Foolish drivers

    Impatience along with stupidity is main problem there. Should be made resit their test for that type of behaviour, but no doubt it will end with a slap on the wrist.
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    Very nice. Personally I've always preferred the 071 in that livery hauling the Tara's, they just look right together in my opinion. Loving the last shot as it heads away from camera.
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    Robert's Workbench

    Colours look fine to me Robert. As JB has said they were a really rich blue when clean, and did look darker. Over time due to general ware and tare they tended to fade quite badly which is why the shade of blue can look alot lighter in certain photos. Lovely work by the way, very nice paint job.
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    This thread is getting stranger with each post
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    Murphy Models Class 201

    Apologies, I presumed this is what you had done originally but you were still having issues with the main mounting arm. As I said, no need to cut or remove anything once the coupler and block are taken away there should be plenty of space behind the valance. The main arm is independent of the bogies anyway, unlike on the 141/181 and 071 models. Cheers Jason.
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    Murphy Models Class 201

    Hi Jeremiah, Apologies in advance if I'm reading your question the wrong way, but is the issue you're having with coupling pocket obstructing the valance? If so there is no need to remove the main mounting arm as I said previously. All you need to do is turn the loco upside down and pull the coupler towards you. The coupler and mounting block comes out in one piece. Jason.
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    Murphy Models Class 201

    Maybe it's me, but is that not what I said?
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    Murphy Models Class 201

    It can be removed but there shouldn't be an issue with it when left in place on the 201, there should be enough clearance. It's a different story when it comes to the 141/181, all of mine had to be altered to stop the plate obstructing the bogies.
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    Believe it or not i was only thinking about what you said in your post a couple of weeks back, and first thing I done yesterday evening when I got home was went out and checked the shed considering the combination of strong winds and heavy rain. Still no issues on that front I'm pleased to report, but I'll certainly be keeping an eye on it over the winter 👍
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    I have seen it in 2 or 3 videos of the beet trains going back to 2004/05 but there was only ever one in the rake, so more than likely it was the same wagon in all footage. As Robert has suggested above a one off.
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    Tara Junction.

    I don't think there's a scene you couldn't recreate Noel, with all that wonderful stock you have

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