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  1. Sorry to be a pest but do you have any idea of when preproduction decorated samples will be coming your way?
  2. Itโ€™s fitted with a cube speaker.
  3. NIRCLASS80

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    Will there be a little video shot just to let the rest see what we are missing?
  4. They come already loaded.โ˜บ๏ธ
  5. Liking the Irish Rail tippex era myself I hate both these liveries! But for some reason I actually really like them together in model form. ๐Ÿ˜
  6. 077 departs Ballyercall with a railtour.
  7. The Bubbles depart Ballyercall.
  8. Ballyercall has a NIR heritage line up for the Big GM fans!
  9. When you have 2 small companies owned by the same people surely distribution of products being merged must be common sense and help keep costs down which is what we all want. At the end of the day all products are distributed from China!๐Ÿ˜
  10. Please no Oxfords. After the hash they have made of the uk liveries I would have little confidence of a decent Irish version. Hopefully a certain other little team can see a large opportunity that is still there with Oxford slipping up.
  11. Canโ€™t wait. They look stunning!๐Ÿ˜‚
  12. Great photos. Always a joy to view. Can't wait for those little 121's to arrive.
  13. Hope this helps. I got the feeling that it could well be just after Chinese New Year although obviously Paddy wants these out ASAP but he wants them right and they are looking good physically and technically.
  14. Well lads I hope everyone enjoyed the good old Warley war!! Battling through the crowd. I have got to say I really enjoyed the whole event on Saturday. Met up with Wrenneire aka Dave and John Hamilton at Ardmore. I hope your colleague was ok after his fall. Also meeting up with Patrick and Fran on the IRM/Accurascale stand and taking the time to have a chat and see the new products due soon, great stuff. But just as I left the show and entered the Starbucks queue I happen to say hello to Paddy Murphy. This is a man I have only seen once before in my life. So he said to wait a couple of minutes and he would be back. Sure enough as I was collecting my coffee he came back and for the next hour we chatted. He gave an amazing insight into the problem child the 121 had been and the various difficulties he had faced and at the same time keeping the price as sensible as possible. He then unwrapped some samples and showed the various options covered and the enormous moulding challenges. It was the highlight of the show for me. Thanks Paddy for taking the time to talk but also the fantastic models produced over the years. And if anyone wants to complain about the 121โ€™s being late take time to consider how blessed we have been for such a small market. Gareth
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