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  1. So the yellow faces with the orange livery was pretty short-lived? Love that orange livery on them!
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  2. Yes, my favourite too! 2005 they started with the yellow ends which they kept when they were repainted into the Inter City Green / Silver. Always looked better on the Orange though
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  3. A meeting at Erne Terrace Rear NET ammonia train and a fertilizer train meet on the embankment at Erne Terrace Rear. https://youtu.be/KXydwaGbzes
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  4. How long were the 201's painted like that? Orange livery with full yellow faces. Was it only for a year, around 2006?
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  5. Lovely stuff Noel. There's something about the 201's and Ammonias together that I've always liked.
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  6. Fitted SSM Irish Station Lamps to platform at "Ballybeg" along with Peco SmartSwitch servo system to operate the SSM Irish level-crossing gates and Home and Starter signals all with working lamps! DSCF4007.AVI DSCF4008.AVI DSCF4008.AVI DSCF4009.AVI
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  7. 141/181 locomotives in for a service at the Lakeview servicing point on Tara junction. The pit road lighting has added to the scene and makes life a lot easier for the fitters.
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  8. Great to see the figures they look great. I am sure this is only the beginning. Rich,
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  9. N would be the biz in Irish Railways, A proper rake of M3 is waaaaaaaay too long for most layout along with long block trains like containers and cements, taras, I have a 12ft Scenic section and the Mk3's stretch across all of that.
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  10. ...And 50% off the IRM 141's and 181's the year after???
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  11. Great Deal Not my era - but a great opportunity for those to build up their fleets with these multi purpose wagons. Indeed ....................Im looking forward to at least 45% off the A Class next year
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  12. Little bit of early 2000's action with sound recently added on the test oval.
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  13. Other upgrades to "Ballybeg" include rebuilding the two signal cabins in plastic sheeting and quoins (corner blocks) to replace the printed card which was becoming faded: A new alternate engine shed was developed from a Ratio kit complete with lamps from Studio Scale Models: Studio Scale Models wooden pole lampposts were also added to the Goods Platform, Cattle Dock and Coal Stages: Finally, SSM steel lampposts are prepared to replace the existing UK-style gas lamps on the station platforms:
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  14. 2607+2608 arrives at the branch platform with a connecting service for the MK 4 set, 0117072 departs from the up main road hauling the Sperry wagon on its annual inspection of the layout, 216 propels the MK 4 set out of the platform making some noise as it departs, The crew of 071 take a well deserved break as it works the bogie spoil wagons. Both 216 and 072 have been fitted with Mr Sound-guys Real Drive sound chip which really make a difference.
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