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heirflick last won the day on January 9 2020

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  • Birthday 26/06/1961

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    i am the unwilling, lead by the unknowing, doing the impossible for the ungreatful. i have been doing so much, with so little, for so long - i am qualified to do anything with nothing!!


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    anything to do with Irish railways, aircraft and shipping


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    Retired nutcase - UP YA BOYO YA!!!

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  1. Ah feck it....there goes my lockdown savings!
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  3. only the 201's left - ye were quick off the mark lads!
  4. Hi Fran and co. - one question please...….. will the containers be interchangeable with the flats carrying the kegs and vice versa or are there little differences with the flats to accommodate certain loads? thanks, Seamus
  5. Thanks all for the replies lads - food for thought there big time. Always wondered how the 3 tiered cage was unloaded and a great collection of images. I am in your dept, fruits of this thread will be reflected in the future!!!
  6. Thanks lads...appreciate it. Trying to incorporate a guinness siding in the plan for my layout !
  7. Hi all - with the expected arrival of the Guinness liners from IRM, I was wondering if anyone has pics of the wagons, either bogied or 4 wheeled, being loaded or unlaoded at any location? I assume the cages were never transferred to trucks - that is to say I never saw any pics of that happening. thanks as always! HF.
  8. Not in the current climate
  9. Aye...Tayto bags after a feed of porter is an experience never to be forgotten!
  10. Ah here Dave, dont be such a pussy! You that has suffered and served for his Fatherland should be used to the 'rough and ready'. Have a few sheets - and if you dont like it, Lever Brothers wont give you your money back!!!
  11. No - that would be the ould Mother-in-Laws!
  12. My woman ran out of the bedroom shouting ' feck it - its pink and wrinkled'! Luckily she was referring to her nightdress!
  13. Fair play Sir.....good thinking on your part!
  14. Never and I mean NEVER thrust a family member (espically the women!) to enter your man cave to store any of their stuff. In a frantic search to get same, albeit months later, the result can be catastrophic to your stock and damaging to their health! My rake of bogied cement wagons got on the receiving end of what can only be described as a 'Blitzkrieg'
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