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  1. I thought it would be better to include some examples of station layouts in the resources section than in NIRs Generic Signalling thread in the general discussion section. An example of a small country junction station: Ballingarne County Limerick. To most enthusiasts Ballingarne was the junction between the Limerick-Tralee line and the Foynes Branch although the Limerick and Foynes which opened in 1858 was originally the "main line", the line to Newcastle West opened as an improvished branch line in 1866 the line from Newcastle to Tralee opening in December 1880 and presumably becom
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  2. DSER Nos. 52 - 54 Built 1893
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  3. Your content will need to be approved by a moderator Hi, this is not for publication, BUT jhb171achill Gricer Published a really great spreadsheet on post on Prototype Timeline thread By Mr Bob, March 26 in Irish Models Posted July 1, 2015 the latter recently updated post is now on a spread sheet, if i upload the spread sheet my name appears on it, as the software owner, its jbh's and he should be given the credit, so i not uploading it here... if it was a wiki open spreadsheet we could all add to it like pics and who makes what model,,,,,including notes and mode
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  4. Standard design of open wagon and vans introduced by the Irish Railway Clearing House during WW1. Naturally the MGWR had a "convertible" type of the van in addition to the hard topped variety. The IRCH open was the standard Irish open wagon up to the introduction of the corrugated opens by CIE in the 1950s The IRCH covered wagon was the standard on the GNR until the boards assets were divided between CIE & the UTA in the 1950s.
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  5. Used for goods and livestock traffic the standard MGWR covered wagon up to the introduction of the Irish Railway Clearing House vans during WW1. Some lasted into the mid-late 1950s
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  6. Padraig O'Cuimin "Broadstone Series" drawing. These coaches were re-classified as 1sts in 1914 and re-numbered as 40, 15 & 42
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