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Have to say I think they are pure class

Best non ready to run model out there

Gareths attention to detail is as bad as PMurphys

Each model has some very slight differences from each other

The paint job was not the worst in the world either :tumbsup:

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Well done to Gareth and Anto. They are cracking models from two great modellers.

 

Rich,

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I love it Anto, if that kind of modelling doesn't inspire people then they are in the wrong hobby. If I come up I might not want to go home mate. Well done again lads.

 

Rich,

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Some more pics of my B114. I've chipped it and now just need to add the additional bogie detail. They really are top notch.

 

 

 

 

 

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Fair play to Garreth its amazing what can be achieved with some plasticard and determination.

 

ideal for pottering around the North Wall any chance of a second run :rolleyes:?

 

John

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Some more pics of my B114. I've chipped it and now just need to add the additional bogie detail. They really are top notch.

 

 

 

 

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fran, shes a beauty!. if you are comming down to brendan will you bring her along so i can drool over her?

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Cheers lads. Seamus, was on to himself last night. Probably going to take a trip down on Monday if you're about? Will bring her down for a run and you can have a good look!

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No idea yet, but can stick around till 8 I suppose, or whenever they decide to kick me out!

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Fair play to Garreth its amazing what can be achieved with some plasticard and determination.

 

ideal for pottering around the North Wall any chance of a second run :rolleyes:?

 

John

Many thanks for the kind comments, i am building one for my self and that will be the last one for the foreseeable future as i want to build other stuff but who knows never say never.

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....with some plasticard and determination...

 

WHAT??? Wow, seriously impressive.

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I have to say when you see them in different liveries it makes you want to collect them all,so when are the second and third batches out

I'm in no hurry

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Some more pics of my B114. I've chipped it and now just need to add the additional bogie detail. They really are top notch.

 

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Who built these stunning models? They look as good as high quality injection moulded plastic models, but I understand they were plasticard? Apologies for posting to old thread but only just spotted these. The finesse of the grills are amazing.

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Who built these stunning models? They look as good as high quality injection moulded plastic models' date=' but I understand they were plasticard? Apologies for posting to old thread but only just spotted these. The finesse of the grills are amazing.[/quote']

 

I got it off wrenneire. The builder was Gareth Brennan. You may find him on Facebook.

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I have done B113 black/ yellow board, I would love to do one in every livery, it a pity that there were more livery's than locos lol.

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I believe the Sulzers built by Gareth are the finest scratch built locomotive I have ever seen. These brass and plasticard models are superb and very regrettable I don't have one.

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I believe the Sulzers built by Gareth are the finest scratch built locomotive I have ever seen. These brass and plasticard models are superb and very regrettable I don't have one.

 

Pity I didn't know you back then Kieran, I could've sold you mine. It was a decent effort with a couple of sticky points. I do have a great love for the prototype and I keep trying to persuade the other IRM all-stars that it should be the first IRM loco project. Don't think they share the same enthusiasm though!

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Pity I didn't know you back then Kieran, I could've sold you mine. It was a decent effort with a couple of sticky points. I do have a great love for the prototype and I keep trying to persuade the other IRM all-stars that it should be the first IRM loco project. Don't think they share the same enthusiasm though!

 

Speak for yourself, Fran... I've a serious soft spot for the prototypes. Have to keep feet firmly in the ground, though (and prevent Richie from having a conniption)!

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. . . I keep trying to persuade the other IRM all-stars that it should be the first IRM loco project. Don't think they share the same enthusiasm though!

 

Thank God :) the entire modelling community has long been waiting for a top quality RTR model of the popular A class :) The gaping hole on the superb MM product line.

 

The "Dalek" is a very nice looking model though. :)

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Thank God :) the entire modelling community has long been waiting for a top quality RTR model of the popular A class :) The gaping hole on the superb MM product line.

 

John 2:1-11

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“Everyone brings out the choice wine first and then the cheaper wine after the guests have had too much to drink; but you have saved the best till now.”

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