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  1. Here ya go lads - for anyone interested!
    6 points
  2. Roofs complete and ready for glazing to rostrevor court on barrow street
    5 points
  3. Hi Colin R Studio Scale Models do a brass Class S kit. Eoin oops! narrow gauge I see in the title, ignore me!
    2 points
  4. Then he checks out the papers and picks up a lottery ticket at the station kiosk..
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  5. Just a little comedy to brighten up a dull mid winters day. Who'd have thought Hitler was a keen rail photographer and an 071 fan.
    1 point
  6. Rigging on. One Life boat to go on and its done.
    1 point
  7. finished now and my 2020 1/24 scale disaster....christ I hate modelling sometimes
    1 point
  8. Thanks john for the update, that is most useful, like so many things in modelling, it takes time to get them right and this forum proves yet again just how helpfull it is to the modelling trade, as they say onward and upward. Colin R
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  9. Apologies -content posted on wrong thread!
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  10. Few more of us on here in the same boat Jason. We should start a right said fred tribute band, I'm to sexy for my bubbles. Mind you I was on a stag do in Killarney 20 odd years ago and there were a few guys playing music in a bar. They said the next band would be out soon. They returned a few minutes later with skin coloured swimming hats on and called themselves right said ned. The locals loved it though. Rich,
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  11. Hello Simon. To go through your post, there's quite a lot in there, so here we go. You refer to GSR initials - I'm wondering if you mean the large letters "G S" on wagons? These can be determined by the number of planks they cover. Even on the smallest of narrow gauge vehicles (e.g. the Schull & Skibbereen) they tended to use the same large size. These were white when applied, but would become off-white very quickly, as apart from the (considerable!) weathering, chemicals from the wood preservative leaked through and took the "whiter than white" look off the white paint wi
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  12. You never know, they might be using the privatised 'Royal' Mail's new Back To The Future service. I'm still waiting for this* to be delivered the day before it was posted. Maybe they're using DeLorean vans? * Not a railway-related item.
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  13. I'd take a GSV or two but to be honest, I'm hoping that IRM will finally turn to coaching stock and will provide some of the CIE built coaching stock from the mid 1950s. The wooden coaching stock lasted for a very considerable period mixed with themselves, Park Royals, Cravens. It wasn't until after the Buttevant rail disaster that a moratorium was placed on these with the eventual introduction of the Mk3 stock in the late 1980s. Just providing the stock will improve interest in this era and they would be purchased in short and long rakes. It would be nice to have authentic coaching stock t
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