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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by BosKonay View Post
    Here's a direct link, they are already shifting fast - each pack run is strictly limited to 250 packs!

    https://irishrailwaymodels.com/index...gon-full-rake/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Railer View Post
    I see the guys have the bubbles up for sale already including the 4 packs for €400 deal.
    It's not Saturday morning yet.
    Although one can order the A,B,C,D packs and proceed all the way to 'Place Order' without receiving the discount, so be sure to select 'Full Rake'
    Last edited by DiveController; 28-10-2016 at 07:03 PM.
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  3. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by DiveController View Post
    Although one can order the A,B,C,D packs and proceed all the way to 'Place Order' without receiving the discount, so be sure to select 'Full Rake'
    Correct Dive - you can see the 'full rake' Bundle here is the one on sale

    https://irishrailwaymodels.com/index.php/shop/
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    I noticed that only one of the packs (A) has the Irish cement logo on the wagons. The remainder have CIE/indeterminate logos which I found interesting. I do seem to recall someone mentioning that the Irish Cement logo seemed to be less prevalent than one might have assumed. Can anyone elaborate on this please?
    Do you have any artwork for the bubbles yet?
    Could someone please remind me when this livery was first introduced/became predominant on the bubbles?
    Thanks,
    K
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  5. #25
    Quote Originally Posted by DiveController View Post
    I noticed that only one of the packs (A) has the Irish cement logo on the wagons. The remainder have CIE/indeterminate logos which I found interesting. I do seem to recall someone mentioning that the Irish Cement logo seemed to be less prevalent than one might have assumed. Can anyone elaborate on this please?
    Do you have any artwork for the bubbles yet?
    Could someone please remind me when this livery was first introduced/became predominant on the bubbles?
    Thanks,
    K
    Late 70s till the bitter end Kevin.

    Artwork is the next step.

    Very few actually ran with the Irish Cement logo.
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  6. #26
    Full Rake Ordered, was waiting a long time for someone to do a run of these, great job lads, can't wait for them. Here's hoping ye do some bulk cements in future runs pleeeeeeease!

  7. #27
    Thanks for the incredible amount of orders already everyone, the rake option is proving very popular and over 10% of the bubble run sold yesterday alone! Here's some pics of what you're buying, the painted sample was very skilfully done by our very own Glenderg hours before the show as the samples only arrived on Thursday evening!

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    Some additional CAD renders, pending close up shots of the EPs anon...

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  9. #29
    Thanks Stephen. The drawings are looking good. Are the bubbles and ballasts expected to ship at the same time?

    PS: FYI, for some strange reason Fran's two photos are appearing upside down on my Mac and PC, but right way up on my iPhone.
    Last edited by Noel; 30-10-2016 at 02:23 PM.

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    Hi Noel, at the moment we're hoping we can have the Ballasts before year end, with the bubble shipment early in the new year.
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