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A lot of NIR stuff doesn't necessarily need to be kit built, coaches are mostly BR repaints, and railcars can be made with some bashing of RTR stock.

MIR kits I believe are good, but good luck tracking them down these days!

DM models (I think that is their name) recently brought out bagged cement wagons as well

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Just wondering has anyone come across 450 class kits from worsley works thanks in advance

 

I would imagine the 450 Class with its recessed doorways would be "challenging", the 70 Class might be a better starting point http://www.worsleyworks.co.uk/Image-Pages/Image_4mm_Class70.htm. Colum Flannagan has turned out some very nice models of UTA & NIR stock using Worsley Works overlays on plastic rtr bodies.

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Have a look at an excellent Class 70 done by gnri using the Worsley Works Kit on the old Site:

 

http://irishrailwaymodeller.yuku.com/reply/7873/70-Class#reply-7873

 

Allan at Worsley Works describes his kits as an aide to Kit building, he only supplies certain parts and for that reason I would suggest some experience in kit building would be helpful before starting one of his kits.

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