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  1. Just about to make a new start on my first fictious Irish layout after more than 20 years of North American modelling. Wish me luck I will need it
  2. Hi Folks I am attaching a few photos of the layout used to run my Irish stock. The layout is modular and comprises 15 separate modules ranging from singles to triples and includes corner modules. The basic single module is 308mm in length (from left to right), 300mm in width (from front to back) and 70mm in height (from bottom to top). The other modules are multiples of this except for the corner modules which are 365mm square. The fiddle yard (not shown in these photos) is triple in length but about 380 in width, more about this in other posts. Some of the backscenes have been improved a
  3. A modern image layout,11' 0" x 5' 0" based on a terminus upper level descending to a continuous loop lower level. Fully signalled, electric points, and landscaped!! Dave Linfield built the baseboards, track and wiring. Ritchie Matthews and myself completed all the landscaping over a 2 year period! Still working on it!!!Hope you enjoy it! Sean Hogan 20200719_162501.mp4
  4. I would like to make an N gauge version of a Lyons Tea Wagon but I am having difficulty getting information on some of the dimensions. In the resources section of this forum there is some in information and two photographs but no size is given for the length and height. The width is stated as 8ft 6ins and the wagon seems to be on a 20ft flat wagon. In one of the photographs, showing a broadside view, the body of the wagon, or should that be container, does not seem to the same length as the wagon. It may be about 12ins to 18ins shorter at each end than the flat wagon. If that is the case it wo
  5. In April I bought a copy the IRRS booklet Great Northern Railway (Ireland) Carriage Diagrams Part 5 Non Passenger Stock. The booklet contains drawings of a number of GNR 4, 6 and bogie wagons. I saw a bogie parcel wagon in Desmond Coakham's book and thought that it would make a god model. However the book did not have any dimensions so I was delighted to get the IRRS booklet which had all the information I needed. In may I started to make a P1 parcel van mainly from plastic sheeting but enhanced with card and some brass tube. The only part I did not make was the bogies these are N gauge so
  6. 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
  7. Following on from the advice I received on the forum a few weeks ago about liveries, I have completed a Y8 van. I had intended the initial effort to have computer generated sides and then to move on to a plastic version. However, I was revising some other wagons and and found 2 8 plank wagons that I still had to convert. I thought that one could become the Y8 as the Y8 is just over 15ft over body in length, just the same size as the 8 plank wagon. Attached are a series of photos showing the sequence of conversion The first photo shows an 8 plank wagon (not) the one converted but the sa
  8. Hi all, My name is Tony and I'm new here. This summer I'm hoping to build a new small(ish) portable layout which I can take model railway shows. Here is the track plan. I am trying to think of a new name for another halt, which doesn't involve cack, Bally, or donaghNIRwherebetteroffbefore1996 as my friend came up with Slive Cack with is irish for mount s**t and my other friend who hates translink came up with donaghNIRwherebetteroffbefore1996, and I basically want a name with out Bally. The layout is based on Translink NI Railways from late 1990s to present day. Please note: bal
  9. Hiya all, After our club layout is finished later this year I'm embarking on my Irish N Scale layout, so if anyone has anything that may suit, either finished or part done projects, give me a shout. Dave
  10. I have a 201 co-co class loco 220 "River Blackwater", in original box never run,in absolutely perfect condition.I only bought it last month! I would sell it for €140.00 (bearing in mind they have an RRP of €164.99), please let me know if anyone is interested! Kind Regards, Darragh
  11. Hello everyone! I'm getting into newer model trains now which means i want to sell off my vintage collection for cheap to raise the money quickly All of this is located in Kilkenny. You can contact me here: 0861962380. E370 FOR THE LOT. WILL SELL SEPERATELY Here's the list of models I'm selling: Restaurant Car - W9572 (20euro seperate) Triang R23 (E8 Sep.) 2 Misc Jouef Carriages (E20 for both) British Railways - E15770 (E12 SEP.) Transcontinental Express 3606 (Rare) (E30 sep.) (Reserved) 2 x Intercity Carriage M12004 (Note: One carriage is missing a front axle hence price) (E
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