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    These see-through bridges are all the rage these days.

    And superb drainage for those who aren't too keen on using them....
    My best work has been spread over many fields..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Broithe View Post
    These see-through bridges are all the rage these days.

    And superb drainage for those who aren't too keen on using them....
    I can't give it away much more! Clue it is in Munster. How the structure of that bridge carried a diesel loco is beyond me!
    Last edited by Noel; 1 Day Ago at 07:06 PM.

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    Fergusons Bridge between Newcastle West and Barnagh on the north Kerry Line

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    It'll be 00 scale push bikes and Lycra next....!

    Bring on the grey 121s!
    “An error does not become truth by reason of multiplied propagation, nor does truth become error because nobody sees it. Truth stands, even if there be no public support”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deasmuin View Post
    Fergusons Bridge between Newcastle West and Barnagh on the north Kerry Line
    Correct. Give that man a pat

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    You'll want the fit of your health to do that cycle at speed. Gravel paths, swing gates and a 500' elevation. Fabulous going through the woods though near Templeglatine.


    Now if they can only get the stretch to Listowel finished.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Broithe View Post
    These see-through bridges are all the rage these days.

    And superb drainage for those who aren't too keen on using them....
    Hi

    We did a refurb job in Ship Street for the OPW many moons ago, my boss decided to do the stairs the same way! The ladies refused to use the stairs until a carpet was installed- Architectural No No....

    Eoin
    www.ecmtrains.com - Manufacturing the Model Dart

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    Quote Originally Posted by murrayec View Post
    Hi

    We did a refurb job in Ship Street for the OPW many moons ago, my boss decided to do the stairs the same way! The ladies refused to use the stairs until a carpet was installed- Architectural No No....

    Eoin
    I went to Rugeley power station in the '80s and found myself 150 foot up on an expanded metal floor, with a clear view right down to the concrete that would have stopped my fall.

    It wasn't people looking up my skirt that bothered me at the time.
    My best work has been spread over many fields..

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhb171achill View Post
    It'll be 00 scale push bikes and Lycra next....!
    No way - we wear ordinary cloths when we are on the bikes, just tuck trousers into our socks. I don't dress up like Michael Schumacher when driving a car so I simply don't understand why some folk dress up like Stephen Roche or Sean Kelly when going for a leisure cycle.

    Quote Originally Posted by jhb171achill View Post
    Bring on the grey 121s!
    Yummie - agree 100%, can't wait for the grey liveried Murphy Model 121 release this autumn. The livery has quite grown on me especially because of memories travelling behind them to Galway in the 1960s. The grey 121 can haul flying snail green coaches as well as black'n'tan, and indeed mixed livery rakes. I still find it difficult to believe that bridge structure was able to carry the weight of a 121 and rolling stock.

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    Here is an easy former railway line 'where is it'?

    Last edited by Noel; 1 Day Ago at 07:08 PM.

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