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  1. New Look

    Thanks for the lovely comments Rich & Eoin. If anyone has any feedback, or wants more emoticons, reactions, or anything tweaked or added, now's the time
  2. IRM Cement Bubble Latest News

    Hi Ernie Rest assured we have all orders. However early bubble orders won’t show up on the site. If in any doubt drop us a direct email or message and we can confirm. We’ll be in touch either way with all customers with bubble orders over the coming week in anticipation of delivery
  3. New Look

    Welcome again to the new site, having to sync up all the content (105,000 posts) and get the images (all 25,000 of them) moved over again took a little time. Background tasks will complete the imports and clean up over the next hour or so, so past that point if you notice anything odd, let me know. I know the Resources section is currently broken, that's next on the todo Thanks for your patience, enjoy the new format! Stephen
  4. New Look

    Thanks chaps, I'm working on an updated sync from the old database, to catch up the last 20-30 hours of posts, as well as a known issue with the vbulletin attachments.
  5. New Look

    Hi all, Welcome to the new platform. I am still working on images / attachments from the old system, thanks for bearing with me. In the mean time, any / all feedback !
  6. Welcome to the world of tomorrow!

    1. Garfield

      Garfield

      [Insert witty response here]

  7. Bantry Town Station c 1950's

    Wow!!
  8. Ssl

    The webserver now pushes all traffic to a HTTPS / SSL encrypted version. There should be no tangible impact, other than improved security and more favourable google-ness. Do please let me know if you spot anything odd(er than usual around here )
  9. Planned Maintenance

    Hi all, The hard drives in the server are becoming, well, full All those posts and images are rapidly consuming the available space, so this evening I plan to upgrade by a few hunderd GB. The server will be down from 6pm, for about 25 minutes or so, as I swap things about and take out the lump hammer.
  10. Picked up a duplicate of this cute little thing in error, has never left it's box (which is clean but a little tatty). Model is mint, complete and undamaged and Motorised. Will parcel motel it to Ireland / UK at the asking price for free. (signed for delivery to your door, or to your local parcel motel) Looking for €40
  11. Apologies for the Outage

    Sorry about that, the HP storage array threw a 'predictive' failure on one of it's disks, which caused the controller to return garbage which broke the filesystem. A manual repair and all is back to normal now.
  12. MODEL TRAIN COLLECTION IN DUBLIN AUCTION. AN INTERESTING COLLECTION OF TRAINS SETS ON AUCTION BUCKLEY'S OF SANDYCOVE, COUNTY DUBLIN. THURSDAY 7TH APRIL 2016 @ 14.30. ON VIEW WEDNESDAY 09.30 TIL 17.30 AND THURSDAY 09.30 TIL START OF AUCTION 14.3O. THIS COLLECTION WAS STARTED IN 1948 AND CONTINUED UNTIL 1980'S. HORNBY SERIES AND TRIANG. Telephone 01280540 Email buckleym1@mac.com or thursdayauction@gmail.com
  13. DFDS has announced that it will double capacity on its weekly intermodal rail service from Waterford Port to Ballina commencing on the March 2016. As the pioneers of containerised rail freight in Ireland, DFDS now feels that the time is right to offer this increased intermodal service to its customers. The new capacity will benefit customers in the west and north west of Ireland in particular, providing them with a cost effective alternative when compared with a road based shipping option. Coupled with this, the customer also reduces their carbon footprint. The train timetable is optimised to meet the DFDS sailing schedules from Waterford Port to Rotterdam, which allows for onward delivery into Europe. Customers can now load in the west of Ireland on Tuesday morning and deliver in Holland on Friday. Rotterdam also provides access to DFDS sailings to Norway, and rail connections to Italy and Turkey, allowing for a rail-sea-rail connection from Ballina to Milan and Istanbul. Importers into Ireland will also benefit from this extra capacity, with the rail solution particularly suitable for bulk tank operators and also shippers of large volume to the west and north of Ireland. This is an important addition to the DFDS services in Ireland, and they are now the only truly multimodal operator on the island. DFDS is also working with Irish Rail to further develop its rail capacity by offering longer trains. Trials are currently in progress. From http://www.multimodal.org.uk/news/dfds-doubles-rail-capacity-ireland
  14. Some pics just appeared of the first factory decorated samples .
  15. Calendar Fixed

    http://irishrailwaymodeller.com/calendar.php
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