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Some more pics of my B114. I've chipped it and now just need to add the additional bogie detail. They really are top notch.

 

 

 

 

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fran, shes a beauty!. if you are comming down to brendan will you bring her along so i can drool over her?

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Fair play to Garreth its amazing what can be achieved with some plasticard and determination.

 

ideal for pottering around the North Wall any chance of a second run :rolleyes:?

 

John

Many thanks for the kind comments, i am building one for my self and that will be the last one for the foreseeable future as i want to build other stuff but who knows never say never.

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Some more pics of my B114. I've chipped it and now just need to add the additional bogie detail. They really are top notch.

 

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Who built these stunning models? They look as good as high quality injection moulded plastic models, but I understand they were plasticard? Apologies for posting to old thread but only just spotted these. The finesse of the grills are amazing.

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Who built these stunning models? They look as good as high quality injection moulded plastic models' date=' but I understand they were plasticard? Apologies for posting to old thread but only just spotted these. The finesse of the grills are amazing.[/quote']

 

I got it off wrenneire. The builder was Gareth Brennan. You may find him on Facebook.

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I believe the Sulzers built by Gareth are the finest scratch built locomotive I have ever seen. These brass and plasticard models are superb and very regrettable I don't have one.

 

Pity I didn't know you back then Kieran, I could've sold you mine. It was a decent effort with a couple of sticky points. I do have a great love for the prototype and I keep trying to persuade the other IRM all-stars that it should be the first IRM loco project. Don't think they share the same enthusiasm though!

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Pity I didn't know you back then Kieran, I could've sold you mine. It was a decent effort with a couple of sticky points. I do have a great love for the prototype and I keep trying to persuade the other IRM all-stars that it should be the first IRM loco project. Don't think they share the same enthusiasm though!

 

Speak for yourself, Fran... I've a serious soft spot for the prototypes. Have to keep feet firmly in the ground, though (and prevent Richie from having a conniption)!

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. . . I keep trying to persuade the other IRM all-stars that it should be the first IRM loco project. Don't think they share the same enthusiasm though!

 

Thank God :) the entire modelling community has long been waiting for a top quality RTR model of the popular A class :) The gaping hole on the superb MM product line.

 

The "Dalek" is a very nice looking model though. :)

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