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  1. New transfer packs

    Just to let folks know that we've released a couple of more transfer packs in the thread below: http://irishrailwaymodeller.com/showthread.php/4098-More-071-railfreight-grey-locos Season's greetings to all,
  2. More 071 railfreight grey locos

    We have recently extended our range for the 071 Railfreight grey livery with the addition of 2 packs: These packs are available here and here. That now makes a total of 8 such liveried 071 locos for which we have transfers. As ever with our transfers, the quality is endorsed and recommended by the likes of Pete Waterman and George Dent, to name but a few. Season's greetings to all,
  3. Just to let folks know we've started releasing transfer packs for the class 80 DMUs, all of which can be purchased by clicking this link to the Railtec Transfers web site. 4mm-5739: NIR class 80: grey / red stripe livery: IR variant 4mm-5741: NIR class 80: Corporate blue "bumble bee": InterCity 4mm-5742: NIR class 80: Corporate blue "bumble bee": NIR 4mm-5743: NIR class 80: Translink 4mm-5747: NIR class 80 DMU names (gold/red) 4mm-5755: NIR Translink DMU lining As ever, we will continue to release more packs, and if there is something specific that you cannot find on our web site then please do ask us, as we also undertake commissions.
  4. Folks, we've just released a pack for the grey liveried 071 class which includes the classic 3-digit loco numbering. This pack caters for 078 and 085: 4mm-5726: CIE 071 class - grey livery Pack B These can be purchased by following this link. A huge thanks to all for your continued support! More packs to follow very shortly...
  5. Folks, we've just released a pack for the NIR CAF 4000 DMU: 4mm-5714: NIR CAF 4000 DMU pack These can be purchased by following this link. A huge thanks to all for your continued support! More packs to follow very shortly...
  6. Folks, we've just released a pack for the CIE City Gold to complement our existing CIE range. The pack caters for three City Gold mark 3 vehicles: 5612: CIE City Gold mark 3 set These can be purchased by following this link. A huge thanks to all for your continued support! More packs to follow very shortly...
  7. Railtec Transfers: new releases

    Folks, just to let you know about several new transfers packs added to our range: http://irishrailwaymodeller.com/showthread.php/2966-Railtec-Transfers-new-releases-%28Gatwicks-oil-cl80-sandite-NIR-parcel-seacows%29?p=46575#post46575 A huge thanks to all for your continued support!
  8. Folks, we continue to aggressively broaden our range of transfers and some of our recent Irish releases can be seen below: 5777: Oil tankers: Heuston / Alexandra Rd 5778: Oil tankers: Chevron Oil 5652: NIR seacows 5731: Class 80 sandite 5655: NIR parcel van (ex-MED trailer) 5657-5659: NIR Translink coaches (ex-Gatwick) incl gen van These can be purchased by following this link. A huge thanks to all for your continued support! There will be numerous more packs released over the coming period (and some real odd-balls in there too!)
  9. Railtec Transfers: new releases

    Just to let folks know about some recent transfer releases: 5795: NIR ballast hoppers 5788: CIE PWD ballast pack (15 PWD wagons + choice of ballast van) ** Features correct style stencil, varied realistic markings and authentic misaligned running numbers. We pay huge attention to detail. 5619: Intercity mark3 1st class coaches A/C ** Full rake now available (coaches A-G + gen van) 9051: Semaphore signal detail pack 5728: 071 renumbering pack for both Railfreight and black/orange liveries (supersedes 2 earlier separate packs) These can be purchased by following this link. A huge thanks to all for your continued support!
  10. Transfers catalog updated / new releases

    Just to let folks know that there is a new post in the Railtec forum about our updated transfer catalog. For those who have been asking about more packs for the new grey 071 locos, we will bring these out as and when (if not shortly prior to) the renumbered locos turning their first wheel in their new livery. Thanks to all for the continued support!
  11. New transfers: 071, UTA, GNR(I)

    Just to let folks know about some recent new transfer releases: 5660: UTA red hand / coat of arms / numbers 5670: GNR coat of arms / lettering / numbers 5727: CIE 071 class - grey livery (this also includes the "ear protection" signs for that extra level of detail) ** Also features correct accents above the letters, correct sized numbers and correct spacing between logos. These can be purchased by following this link. A huge thanks to all for your continued support!
  12. Just to let folks know that we are starting to expand our 7mm range of transfers which may be of interest to this group. In the Irish range so far we have some generic markings for freight stock which can be seen by clicking here. We are also likely to expand into the 7mm range for locos and coaches, as we have already done quite some custom work in this area. Please get in touch if you would like to know more. 7mm packs so far can be seen below: - Condemned markings - Various handwritten "no brakes" - large - Various handwritten wagon formation numbers - large - Handwritten "No brakes" & formations - smaller sizes
  13. It's all well and good to have pristine stock trundling around one's layout, but let's face it - many depots and yards typically have at least a couple of withdrawn vehicles languishing down a siding in various states of neglect. To aid modellers in achieving this authenticity we have released transfer pack 1042 which gives various options: X markings in various styles. "Scrap", "RIP", "The End", "Preserved", "Batteries Isolated" and "Salvage for spare parts" markings in different hand-written styles. "Con.", "Cond" and "Cond." markings in different hand-written styles. Why not go one step further and add some graffiti with transfer pack 9008? Our service continues to operate 24x7 over the holiday period and our orders will continue to be dispatched usually within a few hours of receipt. Season's greetings to all!
  14. Just to let everyone know that we have released another pack in our 4mm Irish range, this time an NIR class 111 pack which allows the Murphy 071 to be remodelled as NIR (8)111/2/3: We now have close to 70 packs in our 4mm Irish range thanks to the continued support from many folks on this forum and elsewhere. Our full Irish range can be seen by visiting www.railtec-models.com. The pack number for the 111 class is 5715, and this pack can be purchased by clicking here. Warm seasonal wishes from us all at Railtec.
  15. 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.
  16. I've finally got around to trying out a new etch prototype I've put together. It creates the higher ends of the irish pocket wagons when using the Dapol pocket wagon. It will be available as a kit-aid and includes the relevant transfers and handwheels and wire. The etch and decal pack will cost €18 and will do four wagons.
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