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MRSI Dublin Show - Save the Dates - October 29-31st 2022

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The Model Railway Society of Ireland are proceeding with our plans to host our Bi-Annual Model Railway and Hobbies Exhibition, so save the dates for 2022!
 
Venue:
Saint Paul's College,
Sybil Hill,
Raheny,
Dublin 5
D05 C673

Date:
October 29th, 30th and 31st 2022. (Sat. Sun. Mon.)
 
We are closely monitoring current Government restrictions and will comply with all instructions issued by them, but for now we are planning to go ahead in October 2022
 
More information to follow in Spring 2022
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On 27/11/2021 at 11:36 AM, Irishrailwayman said:

How will the St Paul's College venue fit in with the likely covid situation I wonder?

It's still 11 months away so hard to predict what the likely situation will be just now? I'm sure the MRSI will be able to adjust their plans in order to comply with any measures that might be required, though.

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I think that we can only plan things now - I'm currently planning a holiday for some friends here, for next June. They live in the States. I just told them to check out getting holiday cancellation insurance, just as I would if I was planning to go to America. So for model exhibitions, I think it's sensible to plan them as normal - but have a plan "B"!

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On 26/11/2021 at 10:29 AM, Bob229 said:

Like the Driver figure and superb weathering 

It really is incredible. I had to look several times because I thought it was a pic of a real one. I could be wrong but it looks like there’s even some stone chips on the front. 

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Anyone else spot our sneaky promoting in Inchicore recently?

Interest in Model Railways in Ireland has never been better, and planning is now well under way for October, with massive interest from both Layouts and Trade alike, the old favourites along with few newcomers.

Just over 5 months to go

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On 29/11/2021 at 3:19 PM, Garfield said:

It's still 11 months away so hard to predict what the likely situation will be just now? I'm sure the MRSI will be able to adjust their plans in order to comply with any measures that might be required, though.

The best measure is for each attendee to purchase three antigen tests and four IRM locos…..

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13 minutes ago, DJ Dangerous said:

Which locos, though? The IRM 071's or their GSR 800 Class?

Ah, if it’s the 800 class you must buy seven, plus three of their 500 class and twelve of their NCC “Jeeps”.

On 11/5/2022 at 10:19 AM, Blaine said:

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Anyone else spot our sneaky promoting in Inchicore recently?

I thought that was a new nameplate. I was looking forward to seeing it on the wall of a Chicago bar in six months’ time……

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1 hour ago, jhb171achill said:

I thought that was a new nameplate. I was looking forward to seeing it on the wall of a Chicago bar in six months’ time……

Ran out of time in New York recently before I could have a closer look at a well known example.... 

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