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It was listed at €450 to start and sold for €751 
I picked up a heap of HDI from a lad who auctioned off the plant machinery when the factory closed down
He picked up 2 big box's of it from the boardroom when they were doing the final sums after the auction
Some weird and wonderful stuff but also 5 or 6 locos that will be listed on ebay.fr in the coming weeks
There is a second HDI loco from the same seller on at the moment which I am keeping my good eye on!
This one startred at €300

https://www.ebay.fr/itm/JOUEF-IRLANDE-HDI-TRES-RARE-LOCO-0BB-AUSTRALIENNE/303852525325?hash=item46bf05970d:g:lz0AAOSwNJFgBb3L

 

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42 minutes ago, WRENNEIRE said:

And - it's not remotely like ANYTHING that ever ran here, either in design, livery or otherwise overall appearance...............

There was a Murphy loco a while back somewhere for well over 400 sterling on fleabay.....

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Just for the record, forgot to post them when they came out
Ballast box front
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CIE Packs A,B & C


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Pack A:
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IRM 1030-CIE-A.
24113, 24120 & 24126
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IRM 1031-CIE-B.
24129, 24137 & 24144

 

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IRM 1032-CIE-C.
24147, 24252 & 24258

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IR Packs A,B & C


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IRM 1040-IR-A:
24115, 24124 7 24130

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IRM 1041-IR-B:
24134, 24139 & 24148

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IRM 1042-IR-C:
24250, 24255 & 24261

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IE Packs D, E & F

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IRM 1050-IE-D:
24114, 24117 & 24121
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IRM 1051-IE-E:
24123, 24128 & 24136
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IRM 1052-IE-F:
24140, 24256 & 24263
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CIE/IR Gypsum Packs A,B,C & D

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IRM 1006-A:
26666, 26671 & 26673
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IRM 1007-B:
26675, 26678 & 26682
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IRM 1008-C:
26683, 26685 & 26686

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And finally IRM 1009-D:
26690, 26692 & 26694

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On 27/10/2017 at 1:07 PM, WRENNEIRE said:

I have heard that a retro fit fix will be available to fix the wobbling coaches

I will post further details when available

Just wondering did these ever materialise Dave? 

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1 hour ago, Noel said:

Just wondering did these ever materialise Dave? 

they did and  it was a tiny metal Washer that went over the bogie pivot pin. I got them but never actually got around to stick em in.

 

On 31/3/2021 at 4:47 PM, WRENNEIRE said:

OO Works J15's

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And The Grey

Nice Spelling
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US Market Gray option I'd say. Last pic is off the rails Dave? loosing your touch?

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3 hours ago, Noel said:

Just wondering did these ever materialise Dave? 

No
We were shown a nifty cross shaped yoke that was to be used to fix the wobble but when they arrived it was just a box of washers. 

1 hour ago, Georgeconna said:

they did and  it was a tiny metal Washer that went over the bogie pivot pin. I got them but never actually got around to stick em in.

 

US Market Gray option I'd say. Last pic is off the rails Dave? loosing your touch?

Should have gone to .....
Just wait till you post something with a fault Georgie! 🤬

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On 2/4/2021 at 4:54 PM, WRENNEIRE said:

No
We were shown a nifty cross shaped yoke that was to be used to fix the wobble but when they arrived it was just a box of washers. 

Should have gone to .....
Just wait till you post something with a fault Georgie! 🤬

Sorry just seen this now, I got posted a packet of Washers from Dublin for the fix.

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4 hours ago, Billycan said:

WREENERIE, looking back through the thread last night reminded me that I have this and wondered if you have any information about it?  Was it for the Irish or UK market.

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No, it was a run of the mill Wrenn wagon, they had a series of 6 wheeled tankers,  Milk Marketing Board, St Ivel, Skol, Co Op Milk, United Daries
But the one to have was the Tampo printed Guinness, only 80 made during the final stages of Wrenn production.
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1 hour ago, WRENNEIRE said:

But the one to have was the Tampo printed Guinness, only 80 made during the final stages of Wrenn production.

Very surprised to learn this, I have three of them, The paper is lifting off them and shows its age. Do you know if this was pure fantasy or was Guinness transported on British Rails in 6 wheel tankers?

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7 hours ago, WRENNEIRE said:

No, it was a run of the mill Wrenn wagon, they had a series of 6 wheeled tankers,  Milk Marketing Board, St Ivel, Skol, Co Op Milk, United Daries
But the one to have was the Tampo printed Guinness, only 80 made during the final stages of Wrenn production.
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I have at least one of those tampo printed ones stocked away. I must dig it out sometime. 

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I remember the barrels being made at the 'Home of the black stuff' in Pim Street and the 'Ladies' berthed at Tara Street.

This is from Railway Modeller, January 2021.  Might be of interest to UK modellers.

 

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