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    Brilliant, Colin, well done!

    Glad the society sorted you out.
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    GSR book turned up today so now I am looking for three locomotive classes the Kerry Bogie, class 52 and finally the class 60.

    One other loco type which I think is worth modelling and that is the class 47 0-4-4T I am sure I have seen some drawings of them somewhere.

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    The endless money drip.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colin R View Post
    GSR book turned up today so now I am looking for three locomotive classes the Kerry Bogie, class 52 and finally the class 60.

    One other loco type which I think is worth modelling and that is the class 47 0-4-4T I am sure I have seen some drawings of them somewhere.

    An extremely worthwhile periodical to read is Alan O'Rourke's twice-yearly "New Irish Lines", recent issues of which have contained a very great array of 4mm drawings of GSR / CIE steam locos.
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    Hi Jhb, yes I agree with you about the new Irish line Magazine, I have been aware of it for some time, but have only just renewed after a bit of a break.

    Colin

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    Yes the more you look the more you think ah that would make a nice model, and before you know it you have counted up to fifty odd locos.

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