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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: ballynawood & meganthreu can take a full 6 car set. There will also be a fictional railway company called tonys transport who shares locomotives with Translink NI Railways and IÉ such as 206 & 222 etc on the layout. Frist tonys transport coach: Wish me luck! Tony.
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.
Folks, we continue to aggressively broaden our range of transfers and some of our recent Irish releases can be seen below: 5777: Oil tankers: Heuston / Alexandra Rd 5778: Oil tankers: Chevron Oil 5652: NIR seacows 5731: Class 80 sandite 5655: NIR parcel van (ex-MED trailer) 5657-5659: NIR Translink coaches (ex-Gatwick) incl gen van These can be purchased by following this link. A huge thanks to all for your continued support! There will be numerous more packs released over the coming period (and some real odd-balls in there too!)