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    Thanks everyone, yip, top job by Colm - am collecting the loco tomorrow so will post more pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Davey View Post
    Thanks everyone, yip, top job by Colm - am collecting the loco tomorrow so will post more pics.
    Please. Looking forward to it
    "Where Seventeen Railroads Meet the Sea"

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    Quote Originally Posted by WRENNEIRE View Post
    I had a trip behind one back to Richhill from Portadown with my grandmother in the 1950s, but which one?

    How many Grandmothers did you have Leslie?
    Nice one, David - very bad construction of my sentence.


    My English teacher would have given me the slipper!

    As John says, we do tend to forget that most GN locos were, in fact, black. But even black ones, with mahogany coaches, look terrific. As for blue with mahogany - better than xxx!!!!!

    Leslie

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiveController View Post
    Please. Looking forward to it
    As promised! I think she looks superb! Fantastic job by Colm Flanagan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Davey View Post
    As promised! I think she looks superb! Fantastic job by Colm Flanagan.

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    Very nice indeed!
    "Where Seventeen Railroads Meet the Sea"

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