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  1. Thanks for the grab Noel Perhaps lots of things for Hornby to worry about
  2. Hi Wrenn, The Liners will be away from the factory first, then the Fertiliser Wagons, then the Spoil wagons, the Guinness Keg Wagons and the Weedspray Packs, then we'll possibly do a run of 'unloaded' flats if there is enough demand. We've also several projects underway quietly in the background that will be announced
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    IRM Fert Wagon

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  4. Not much longer https://irishrailwaymodels.com/products/056-a-class-locomotive
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    Thanks Broithe, It's now also possible to create accounts with Twitter logins (in addition to Microsoft and Facebook) and you'll be able to sync Status updates on Facebook and Twitter to your status here if you wish
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    We've finally made the move to SSL, a new CentOS 7 server, and various other updates. Any 'oddness' over and above the default, do let me know
  7. Typically one goes for a high price, so a few eager sellers hop on the proverbial bandwagon.
  8. Hi Robert, Do you mean on the A class? Chinese New Year has been essentially ongoing the last two weeks, and the factories are only coming back online at the moment. It will be another week or so before they are back up to speed as workers return from 'up country'. The Plough is in the final assembly phase, and the 42' project and A class are in the toolroom however. Updates as we have them!
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  11. Our market research would indicate, particularly for the UK market, that the 'KEY' era(s) for modellers is from roughly 1945-1975
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