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  1. http://droghedamuseum.blogspot.com/2015/09/pic-of-day-23-september-2015.html?m=1 Here is a fascinating picture I came across by chance. It's an aerial image of the old rail connected cement factory, on the banks of the Boyne River in Drogheda. You can clearly see cement bubbles and rakes of 2-axle vans along the bottom of the image, and the oil unloading terminal up the hill beside the large storage tank. This would make a superb feature on any layout modelling the 60's and 70's era. When did this rail flow end, and move to the new plant at Platin?
  2. IrishModelRail

    Irish cement silo

    Hi lads, Does anybody know where I can get my hands on a cement silo similar to the prototypical examples in either Cork or Tullamore? Thanks, Seán.
  3. Just to let everyone know that we've recently released the transfer packs below: "]#5786: Tara Mines wagons "]#5787: Tara Mines - early logos "]#5789: Solebar detailing (works overhaul codes/dates/etc) #5791: Concrete cement bubbles - early variants #5792: Concrete cement bubbles - later variants #5793: Pallet / curtain-side cements #5794: Bogie cements We are absolutely confident that we will not be beaten on either price or, more importantly, quality. The numerous folks on this forum who have used or seen our transfers will be able to vouch for the superb crisp and solid colour print quality (many examples can be seen on Anthony's workbench). Initially these have been released in 4mm scale but we are gradually getting round to also releasing them in 2mm scale. You can view and purchase these packs by clicking the link below: Railtec Models We will continue to release more packs very shortly, eventually covering the entire Irish market.
  4. Irish Freight Models

    2 Axle Freight Wagons from IFM

    Photos of just some of our 2 Axle, 4 Wheel wagons available from us. Any queries can be emailed to myself at irishfreightmodels@gmail.com In general prices range from 40/45 euro mark, all ready to run, depending on the exact requirments etc.. All items and photos are the sole copyright of Irish Freight Models. Cement Vans 20' Timber Molasses, Cement Bubbles, Sugar Beet, Spoil.
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