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Should be there tomorrow between 12 and 2 if anyone is around? Dave, you there in a professional capacity or just to hang around?

Professional MRSI Tea Maker and cleaner upper :mad:

 

Hope to have a building or two by Glenderg, Malahide signal Box has been mentioned...............

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The exhibition was very good today ,well worth a visit tomorrow

For me the best layout was the one in Boskonays picture, just the rolling stock and the scenery did it for me ,even though O gauge isn't my cup of tea

The 071's looked excellent and hearing them go by with a tara mines train every evening makes me think even more it would be a crime no to fit them with a sound decoder

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It was a great day at Dun Laoghaire yesterday,

Anyone who can should head there today,

It was a pleasure meeting up with Anthony,Fran and Paul R along with many others,

Highlight for me of course was the 071/112 at Paddy Murphy's stand,Paddy being his usual helpful and courteous gentleman that he is,

Layouts were top class-Dorset Jctn being my favourite,

Well done to all concerned-roll on October....

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I'm raging that I've missed this, I couldn't make it due to ill health :mad:

Your price lists were much discussed and distributed nonetheless!:tumbsup:

 

Quick raft of snaps from the show. Really well organised, good location and a few yummy mummies to boot.

A swiss N gauge layout from South Dublin Club, a very tidy bit of work, with two levels of running lines.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dorset Street Junction - from the MRSI - O gauge layout with some tasty cream and brown coaches and locos too.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

An idyllic single line country scene running different stock from the 50's/60's period.

 

 

 

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Some lovely military modelling Seamus on Fort Camden, lovely photos also. The Sea and Air models photographed be Richie also look amazing. I couldn't make it myself unfortunately but well done to all concerned and congratulations on what looks to have been a great success.

 

Rich,

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with all the lads posting you would emagine that we would have ran into each other at some part of the afternoon. i knew that enniscorthyman was there cos i got lost and rang him for directions! thought i saw wrenneire but couldnt be sure as its a year since i saw him at another dublin show:o next show we should post when we were going so we could meet and mabe have a scoup...even if its tea!

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I spent most of the day out there Saturday, and met up with quite a few heads - Dartstation, GM071, Warbonnet, Anthony and of course, Wrenneire. Even got to [nearly] finish a model for Anthony, then forgot to take photos of it:((. Craic was had indeed, and I wondered why there wasn't a poster up for this forum!

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