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  1. Ballyercall (New Irish Layout

    Talking to rep at Warley they intend to expand the range, but how quickly is any man's guess!
  2. Ballyercall (New Irish Layout

    Just a few notes about the new Peco Bullhead track for those that haven’t seen it before. Sleeper spacing is greater than code 75 or 100 streamline track. Points are currently available in large radius only, here is a photo of code 75 and bullhead side by side. Also the hinge joints on the point blades are gone.
  3. Ballyercall (New Irish Layout

    Still only large radius points available but I decided that would be fine as I am building a fairly simple shelf style layout. They are lovely points. I am buying locally but I live in Shropshire so it maybe a distance from you!! After my previous large Canadian layout this layout is very much planned to be operationally interesting so my track plan is fictional and just very much a place to enjoy the lovely Irish models now being produced.
  4. Ballyercall (New Irish Layout

    Well it’s been slow going. First decision was what track to go for? After looking at many options I have taken the plunge for the new Peco bullhead rail. I know the width of the track isn’t correct but for my own sanity and to speed things up and bullhead was common in Ireland until the 1990’s.
  5. Behind the scenes at IRM

    This is starting to turn into a Rapido game!! Just announce the next Irish release and forget about this lot over here!!😀
  6. Patricks Layout

    Lovely modelling.
  7. Modern Day Rail on Derry Road

    It would be CAF Dmus like the rest of the system and a rationalised station like most others.
  8. Please vote for IRM!!

    Bubble vote carried out.
  9. Galgorm Hall

    Great stuff. Any chance of building two!!!!!😂
  10. Happy Christmas to all IRM.comers

    Happy Christmas everyone. Love this forum. One of the few places online that you find helpful advice and encouragement. I think the relatively small numbers involved means we have to stick together. Gaz
  11. Tara Junction.

    Just brilliant. Happy Christmas.
  12. Galgorm Hall

    No problem Paul. I have no idea when the windows being blanked out dates from but I will PM you a name of a local Ballymena railway buff who might be able to help. It used to be great sitting in the cabin with the tablet exchange bell drowning out the sound of the church bells of St Patrick's as they practised during the evening. Bliss!
  13. Accurascale

    An accurate Class 50 would declare me bankrupt!!!
  14. Galgorm Hall

    Yes that's it in 1990.

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