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1 hour ago, WRENNEIRE said:

Seemed to have missed these MTK Kits

 

A Class:

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C Class:

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201:

 

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Couple of points, 
The A Class is IRL Number 4 and the C is IRL Number 6, which would suggest there are a few more in between
These 2 kits were manufactured in their Cardiff premises whereas the 201 unnumbered kit was manufactured in their Burnham premises
Any more out there?

Nice kits and good prices as well.

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Great find Dave. You must have an aladdins cave hidden under the stairs. :) A treasure trove

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Sent to me this afternoon by a very shy modeller
He's a much better modeller than photographer 😷😆

MTK NIR Railbus, no box number unfortunately

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On 5/3/2013 at 10:25 AM, Warbonnet said:

The nicest livery on the nicest Irish RTR coach. It would be great if PM did some more running numbers to go with these or even better some Park Royals! :o

Could that be a future IRM project now that you are in a position of some influence? :) IRM spec Park Royals would be really something especially in earlier liveries.

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Some useless information thanks to the lockdown

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I always thought the prototype was a very attractive loco, albeit made in quantities of one!

Stephen

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On 5/7/2012 at 3:02 PM, Guest hidden-agenda said:

Dave i think John Byrne worked at the model shop in Sackville place i dont think he owned it (open to correction) as the shop closed when the owner passed away, im damned if i can remember his name.

I may be wrong but I think that John was a trainer in ANCO Cabra back in the late 80s. He was also involved with Cheeverstown. That's assuming it's the same John Byrne 

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Welcome to the site Yoda
My info on John is mostly hearsay, although I did meet with him a couple of times
Some info here:

 

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Posted (edited)

Got these pics last night
Roughly assembled to check clearances etc
Terrible pity our friends in China could not work this fast.

 


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On ‎5‎/‎8‎/‎2020 at 12:41 PM, WRENNEIRE said:

Some useless information thanks to the lockdown

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From which book are the livery descriptions? 

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