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  1. Video of some action from Ballyercall and just to say thanks to all the subscribers
  2. There’s a difference in the tooling around the buffer shank area. With the rpsi ones I had to glue the buffers back flush with the end of the corridor connections to stop buffer lock when reversing them over even large radius points.
  3. If your DCC and certainly with loksound V4 and V5 you can adjust the light strength by changes using the lokprogrammer.
  4. Today I started a small Facebook group which will include some articles, photos and videos of my model layout and also real railways past and present if anyone is interested here’s the link. https://www.facebook.com/groups/473839153545688/?ref=share
  5. I can supply smack side on photos of a NIR 80 Class willingly!!
  6. Great announcement once again. Something for everyone. It’s great to see how so many more modellers and collectors are now interested in the Irish scene than 5 years ago and hopefully as more get interested my dream of a NIR 80 Class DEMU in RTR gets more viable! The IR and gypsum packs will get a little run on Ballyercall.
  7. Sounds great. Can’t wait to get one entering Ballyercall.
  8. The shaky hand isn't so fabulous!
  9. Some running from Ballyercall.
  10. Then we all needed a drink after all the excitement! And finally the ballast needed a van!
  11. Then the liners another classic with Bells and also with containers thanks to C-Rail The Fertiliser wagons just renew childhood memories. The ferts were basically the only wagons on the Derry line apart from departmentals.
  12. Five years ago I was a North American / Canadian modeller. I had actually sold a few Canadian items to this strange fellow called Fran from Dublin. I had purchased a few Murphy items like the GM's and the Cravens but only for display. I had always been reluctant to get to involved with Irish modelling due to the lack of quality RTR wagons. Then IRM appeared and I thought I would support it by buying a few packs of ballast wagons!! The rest is history. Thanks lads for supplementing Murphy Models Locos and coaches with fantastic wagons. The ballast wagons first. Then t
  13. Can’t wait to have a few roaring out of Ballyercall!
  14. Enjoy Dave. That’s what the hobby is about. Some really nice stock.
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