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  1. (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.
  2. Does anyone know where I can get a side view of a class 2700 DMU? just one carriage would suffice. I have looked on the internet but can only find front or three-quarter views. The reason for asking is that in my post on the Connolly Station thread, following lamenting about not being able to find any of the donor stock need for the conversions mentioned by Driver301, I have managed to get an N Gauge Class 158 2 car DMU to convert to a Class 2700 DMU. However the doors are in the wrong place and some of the windows need to be changed/repositioned. This may be possible through painting but I would like to see what the spacing is. The three-quarter view photos show roughly where changes are needed but the side view, if available, would allow a more accurate positioning and spacing to be achieved. MikeO
  3. Just to let folks know we've started releasing transfer packs for the class 80 DMUs, all of which can be purchased by clicking this link to the Railtec Transfers web site. 4mm-5739: NIR class 80: grey / red stripe livery: IR variant 4mm-5741: NIR class 80: Corporate blue "bumble bee": InterCity 4mm-5742: NIR class 80: Corporate blue "bumble bee": NIR 4mm-5743: NIR class 80: Translink 4mm-5747: NIR class 80 DMU names (gold/red) 4mm-5755: NIR Translink DMU lining As ever, we will continue to release more packs, and if there is something specific that you cannot find on our web site then please do ask us, as we also undertake commissions.
  4. Folks, we've just released a pack for the NIR CAF 4000 DMU: 4mm-5714: NIR CAF 4000 DMU pack These can be purchased by following this link. A huge thanks to all for your continued support! More packs to follow very shortly...
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