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    Graham's Toymaster/ Closure

    Graham's Toymaster/ Closure
    It is with great sadness that I wish to announce the Closure of Graham's Toymaster/ as of 24/12/16.

    I would like to assure those of you that have commissions/resprays on backorder that these will be completed and dispatched early January 2017. Likewise for those of you that have pre ordered the IRM Ballast Wagon 3 pks, that these will be dispatched as soon as the arrive in 1st Quarter 2017.

    I would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your support and friendship over the years and wish you all a very Happy Christmas and Prosperous New Year.


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    All the best Seamus. It's a sad day for the Irish railway modelling community. Thanks for providing some great bargains through the years.
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    My first ever models, and my re-introduction to railway modelling! Will be sorely missed!

    Very best wishes for the future, and appreciation for all you've done!
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    All the best seamus
    Best Regards

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    When the MM141's came out I remember taking a drive from Galway to Graham's on a Saturday to buy one, it was the same time I was getting back into model railways. Very sorry to see a place like that go. Good luck in the future.

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    Never had the pleasure, Seamus, but it's always a sad day when an Irish retailer has to call it a day.

    Happy Christams and the best of luck in whatever lies ahead.

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    as roxyguy said above, i did something similar when getting my 2 mark 3 coaches resrayed,
    top notch they are too, i drove down to collect also,
    this is a sad day for us irish train lovers!

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    Sad to see this institution going

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    Sad day indeed. Well there goes hope for another commissioned run of auto ballasters. Remember there was Graham's, Belfast and Marks packs in the labeled batches. It was a good site to find some of the rarer Murphy Models that would pop up from time to time too.

    All the best in your future endeavours.

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    I hope to pop in and hassle you for one last time just before Christmas.

    All the best for the future.
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