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  1. #911
    Jays, all the British HO tooling must have been chucked so. I wonder is there anyone modelling British outline in HO?

    Some of the plank wagons are tiny. You could nearly repurpose them as narrow gauge.

  2. #912
    Quote Originally Posted by roxyguy View Post
    Jays, all the British HO tooling must have been chucked so. I wonder is there anyone modelling British outline in HO?
    There is quite a subculture out there - http://www.british-ho.com/ .
    My best work has been spread over many fields..

  3. #913
    Some of the HO bits were reshod with OO couplings
    2 come to mind from the Irish range
    The 4F loco and the Sundries wagon

  4. #914
    Quote Originally Posted by roxyguy View Post
    Jays, all the British HO tooling must have been chucked so. I wonder is there anyone modelling British outline in HO?

    Some of the plank wagons are tiny. You could nearly repurpose them as narrow gauge.
    The funny thing is that the HO stuff is scale accurate for the track it runs on.
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  5. #915
    Quote Originally Posted by WRENNEIRE View Post
    Some of the HO bits were reshod with OO couplings
    2 come to mind from the Irish range
    The 4F loco and the Sundries wagon
    I picked up one of those wagons (not with sundries on the side) with the OO couplings, quite like the length of it, I'll put it behind something.

  6. #916
    Quote Originally Posted by Warbonnet View Post
    The funny thing is that the HO stuff is scale accurate for the track it runs on.
    Yeah, it got me thinking that we are the oddballs with OO, strange really.

  7. #917

    A small amount of our MRSI Anniversary OO gauge wagons have recently come to light and we are offering them to members of this forum

    Priced at €15 each they are of a limited run of 250
    If interested please PM me and I will arrange for payment and pick up
    Ideally if they could be picked up at the next Stillorgan show , this Sunday, any Sunday that the Bray Wheelers show is on, next one is Sunday 17th Sept or finally at the forthcoming 3 day SDMRC show in Blackrock on the October Bank Holiday weekend 28, 29 30th




  8. #918
    Some RPSI coaches that seemed to have slipped through the net

    1701, coach # 180



    1702, coach # 301



    1703, coach # 460


  9. #919
    Was going through some old magazines and came across this in the March 1976 edition of 'Model Railway Constructor'. It is Lima's proposed A Class model, which looks a lot more A class than what was eventually released. It seems to be a hand built body at least, any idea of its origins, Dave? HO scale too...

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  10. #920
    Its a strange one Fran, Lima entered the British market in 73, and by 77 they had moved from HO to OO
    HO sets with the Class33/A Class were in the shops late 76 early 77 so I am at a loss as to the history of this model.

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