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  1. Seen a copy of June 1985 come up for sale. Picture of an 071 with brand-new Mk3s, would I be right in assuming there's a feature on them in the issue? Grateful for any confirmation provided. Regards, Ben :)
  2. (Had a search on this site, but I could only find an existing thread on livery nicknames, not class nicknames.) I've heard a few but wondered if anyone could add to the following - 121 Class - Yanks 141/181 Class - Small/Baby GMs 071 Class - Big GMs 201 Class - River Class 22000 Class - ICRs Does anyone know of any other nicknames for the above or for other classes? Regards, Ben.
  3. Folks, we've just released a pack for the grey liveried 071 class which includes the classic 3-digit loco numbering. This pack caters for 078 and 085: 4mm-5726: CIE 071 class - grey livery Pack B These can be purchased by following this link. A huge thanks to all for your continued support! More packs to follow very shortly...
  4. Just to let folks know that there is a new post in the Railtec forum about our updated transfer catalog. For those who have been asking about more packs for the new grey 071 locos, we will bring these out as and when (if not shortly prior to) the renumbered locos turning their first wheel in their new livery. Thanks to all for the continued support!
  5. Just to let everyone know that we have released another pack in our 4mm Irish range, this time an NIR class 111 pack which allows the Murphy 071 to be remodelled as NIR (8)111/2/3: We now have close to 70 packs in our 4mm Irish range thanks to the continued support from many folks on this forum and elsewhere. Our full Irish range can be seen by visiting www.railtec-models.com. The pack number for the 111 class is 5715, and this pack can be purchased by clicking here. Warm seasonal wishes from us all at Railtec.
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