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Sad news this morning people

Jim Bayle, long time MRSI member and also of Marks Models. sadly passed away this morning

No further details at the moment but I will post them as soon as they are available

D'fhéadfadh go mbeadh Dia trócaire ar a anam.

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We have just learned of the sad passing of Jim Bayle. Jim was a legend in the hobby here, working in Marks Models for many years and a long time member of The Model Railway Society of Ireland. Above all, he was a true gentleman and a pleasure to deal with.
 
Our thoughts are with his family, staff at Marks Models, the members of the MRSI and all his friends in the hobby, who were many.
 
RIP Jim.

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Condolences to all his family, friends and work colleagues. RIP

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Sad news indeed. Had the pleasure of working with Jim for 3 years or so. Always of Help and to any any questions that I could not, Handy for Fixing the Wierdest of Locos from bygone days. But by god be short a few bob in the till and you had to explain!!

RIP Jim.

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Sorry to hear. A true gentleman. 

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Jim a true Gentleman

 A friend

A font of knowledge

A vey funny guy 

A very respected chap 

God bless you Jim and Thank you. 

 

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Very sad news. A lovely man condolences to his family. He will be fondly remembered.

Rich.

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Sad news indeed. Lovely man and a pleasure to do business with. He will be missed. May he rest in peace!

 

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Just heard this sad news from John Hayes.

 

RIP Jim

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Very sorry to hear about Jim lovely guy great ambassador for the hobby, good company, great sense of humour.

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This news just reaching the US now. I only had the pleasure of meeting him on a couple of occasions. I am sorry to hear this indeed. Sad news. 😧 

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