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    Fifty Shades

    Nice pic from Dunsandle at the weekend. Anyone got a paint scraper handy?

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    No scraper, but something more useful

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    Ah jaysus, Hold on till I get me glasses.

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    That's some weathering.....
    My best work has been spread over many fields..

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    Nearly looks like the green was applied after the orange which couldn't be the case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roxyguy View Post
    Nearly looks like the green was applied after the orange which couldn't be the case.
    It is the case... the coach was previously owned by Westrail, who painted it green.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garfield View Post
    It is the case... the coach was previously owned by Westrail, who painted it green.
    I see. I thought Westrail as a blood custard type livery?

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    Quote Originally Posted by roxyguy View Post
    I see. I thought Westrail as a blood custard type livery?
    It was only applied to the E class loco, as far as I know, although that was later switched back to its correct Black and Tan livery.

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    At least some of the coaches were in the westrail livery as can be seen in this thread:

    http://irnirishrailwaynews.yuku.com/...3#.WSMlErhhA8A
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    Quote Originally Posted by David View Post
    At least some of the coaches were in the westrail livery as can be seen in this thread:

    http://irnirishrailwaynews.yuku.com/...3#.WSMlErhhA8A
    Ah, indeed. It also shows some shots of the stock after they reverted to using authentic liveries.

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