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IRM 2018 Range; 'Project 42' and Plough

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There was just the 5 of the 1970s design that IRM are doing with a few of the older type. Think one was still wearing the IR logo up to around 2003. 

The two that IRM are doing in the IE livery still exist stored at Northwall Yard.

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Hi Just 5 by the look of 24850-24854  always a good round number ! and carefully designed to stop the IRM guys doing 3 twin packs - such foresight !!!!!

Robert  

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On 3/2/2018 at 10:20 AM, Warbonnet said:

CIE Fertiliser Wagon

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Project 4 will be the distinctive CIE bogie fertiliser wagon, an iconic Irish wagon which could be found across the system for over 30 years. This will be the first wagon in our ‘Project 42’ series, which sees a number of wagon releases based around the humble 42ft flat wagon.

A total of 90 were built by CIE to carry pallets of fertiliser from the IFI plant near Arklow, Co. Wicklow across the country. The IRM release will consist of multiple packs of two wagons in a variety of markings to allow the formation of a prototypical train. The Ferts are due late Q2 2018.

Are the ferts still due late Q2 2018? @Warbonnet  I haven't heard much about them

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Hi Kevin,

we’re working away on it but it’s proving to be a most complex beast to say the least. We will have an update on it in the coming weeks though, so watch this space.

Cheers,

Fran

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14 hours ago, Warbonnet said:

 

we’re working away on it but it’s proving to be a most complex beast to say the least.

Please don't say Richie is pulling his hair out trying to model working sliding door hinges. 😁

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