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  1. its so trains, i had to share this poster, I believe the 1881 coal miners strikes inspired the pennsylvania coal strikes, which in part lead to the establishment of the Trade Union movement of America and else where, especial;ly as so many Irish from Castlecomer ended up working in pennsylvania before the coal strikes. I did a google search for 'castlecomer mine and quarry union.pdf' nice page, includes great photo of mine with rail track. indeed it looks much like my layout today, now thta i am rewiring the power blocks into occupancy block and installing current dectors and more. the poster is from a 1912 coal strike, as it seems there were many strikes.
  2. Hi IRM towers in its UK market guise have announced a range of PFA wagons and coal containers. This might just be a clever bit of thinking as the containers do look very much like the Limerick - Ballina coal containers of old.. Happy to be proved right or wrong but this might just add value to the 4 wheel flats available to us. Robert
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