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#1 Andy Y

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Posted 06 January 2017 - 08:53

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Railfreight Sectorisation 30th Anniversary

celebrated by Bachmann in 2017

 

 

 

   

Last year we celebrated 30 years of Network SouthEast and this year (2017) sees the 30th Anniversary of the creation of the Railfreight Sectors. We are celebrating the 30th anniversary of another popular BR sector livery in 2017. In October 1987, the Railfreight brand was relaunched with a bold new colour scheme combining three-tone grey paintwork with colourful sector symbols and imaginative depot plaques. It remains a firm favourite with modellers to this day and we’ve compiled a representative collection of Railfreight locomotives and matching freight wagons to mark this milestone. These items are highlighted with a ‘RF 30 YEARS’ symbol throughout the catalogue.

 

 

 

 

 

   

New Tooling – Bachmann Branchline (OO Scale)

 

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Midland Class 1532 (1P) - One Hundred and fifteen of these and the similar 1823 and 1833 Classes lightweight passenger tanks were built for the Midland Railway from 1881 to 1900 by Derby Works, Dübs & Co. and Neilson. All passed to the LMS in 1923 and although withdrawals started as early as 1930, the final locomotive was not retired by BR until 1959. They were distributed widely across the former MR and S&DJR system from North Yorkshire and the Midlands to the South West and London, where certain locomotives had condensing gear for working through Metropolitan Railway tunnels.

The model features a ‘Next18’ DCC decoder interface with provision for DCC sound, round-topped or Belpaire firebox boilers and prototypical detail variations according to livery and era.

31-740  Midland Railway 1532 Class 0-4-4 No. 1273 in Midland Railway Crimson livery

31-741  Midland Railway 1532 Class (1P) 0-4-4 No. 1303 in LMS Black livery

31-742  Midland Railway 1532 Class (1P) 0-4-4 No. 58072 in BR Lined Black livery with Early Emblem

 

   

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Class 20/3

DRS had 10 Class 20's rebuilt by Wabtec between 1998 and 1999. These locos had plated cab and nose ends with Wipac lights fitted and increased fuel capacity with tanks in front of the cab and in the nose. Multiple Unit connectors were added to the ends allowing operation with other Class 20/3 locomotives.

The Class 20/3 models feature working head and tail lights, working cab lights and sprung buffers.

35-125  Class 20/3 No. 20306 in DRS Blue livery

35-126  Class 20/3 No. 20311 in Harry Needle Railroad Company yellow livery

 

   

35-127  Class 20/3 No. 20312 in Direct Rail Services Compass livery

 

 

CLASS 410 (4BEP) EMU

The Class 410 (or 4BEP) electrical multiple units (7003 to 7012) were delivered from Eastleigh works in 1958/59. The 4BEP was conceived alongside the existing 4CEP to provide buffet accommodation and were often to be found as the centre 4 coaches in a 12 car formation between two 4CEP units, but could also be found running singularly or paired with a single 4CEP.

The models feature full underfloor equipment, dedicated coupling system, internal lighting and illuminated train head code boxes.

31-490  4 BEP 4 Car EMU No. 7003in BR Green livery with Small Yellow Panel

31-491  Class 410 4 Car EMU No. 7010 in BR Blue & Grey livery

 

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Carflat

A new addition to our range this year is the distinctive BR MK1 ‘Carflat’ wagon which were converted from redundant passenger coaches in the 1960s to carry cars – both new from the factory and on long-distance ‘Motorail’ services.

The BR blue ‘Carflats’ will be loaded with period vehicles to complete the authentic effect.

38-900  BR Mk1 Carflat Wagon in BR Bauxite livery

38-901  BR Mk1 Carflat Wagon in BR Blue livery with 4 Vans

 

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38-902  BR Mk1 Carflat Wagon BR Blue Motorail livery with 4 Cars

 

 

VEA Vanwide ventilated van

The VEA ‘Vanwide’ 12T ventilated vans were rebuilt and modernised for military traffic in the late-1970s. The models represent Diagram 1/217.

38-880  BR Vanwide VEA in BR Bauxite livery (Weathered)

38-881 BR Vanwide VEA in BR Railfreight Red / Grey livery

38-882 BR Vanwide VEA in BR Railfreight Distribution livery

 

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BR ‘Prestwin’ Twin Silo

Ran from the 1950s until the 1980s carrying bulk powdered goods such as cement.

38-290 Prestwin Twin Silo Wagon in BR Bauxite livery

38-291  Prestwin Twin Silo Wagon in BR Bauxite livery  CQV

38-292 Prestwin Twin Silo Wagon BR Bauxite livery CQV (Weathered)

 

   

Other significant Branchline (OO Scale) introductions

 

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Class 37 ‘Merl Evans’

To honour our great friend and colleague, we are producing a OO scale model of the Class 37 locomotive in Colas Rail livery that was recently named ‘Merl Evans’. This is a mainstream catalogue item. The locomotive has just been extensively overhauled and modified for the latest chapter in its working life with Colas working on the Main Line. As part of these works, a change had to be made to the headlight position on the nose (something that we will replicate on our tooling) and it was out-shopped in the latest Colas livery proudly carrying its unique tribute to Merl. A donation will be made from the sale of each model towards LOROS, the chosen charity of Merl’s family. LOROS provides hospice care in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland and further details can be found at www.loros.co.uk.

32-789  Class 37/0 No. 37099 "Merl Evans" in Colas livery with Split Headcode

 

Porthole coaches will be available in BR maroon livery for the first time.

39-456  LMS 57 ft Porthole Corridor 1st in BR Maroon livery

39-476  LMS 60 ft Porthole Open Vestibule in BR Maroon livery

39-466  LMS 60 ft Porthole Corridor Composite in BR Maroon livery

39-451  LMS 57 ft Porthole Corridor 2nd in BR Maroon livery

39-471  LMS 60 ft Porthole Corridor Brake 1st in BR Maroon livery

 

             

39-461  LMS 57 ft Porthole Corridor Brake 2nd in BR Maroon livery

 

 

Vulcan Train Pack (OO & N Scales)

2007 saw the return to the skies of the only air-worthy Vulcan Bomber following two years of restoration by the Vulcan to the Sky Trust. XH558 delighted aviation enthusiasts at air displays around the country before being permanently grounded at the end of 2015. In 2016 a unique relationship was formed between DRS and the Trust, which culminated in the naming of a Class 37 locomotive (37424 built at the Vulcan Foundry in Newton-le-Willows by English Electric) as 37558 ‘Avro Vulcan XH558’. To celebrate the synergy between these two outstanding examples of British innovation and engineering prowess from the late 1950’s, we are proud to produce this special collector’s edition pack which will be sure to delight railway and aviation enthusiasts alike. ALSO AVAILABLE IN N SCALE

30-375 Avro Vulcan XH558 Collectors Pack

370-375 Avro Vulcan XH558 Collectors Pack

Contents:

• Class 37/4 Locomotive No. 37558 ‘Avro Vulcan XH558’

• 1:144 Scale Vulcan in original ‘anti-flash’ white colour scheme

• 1:144 Scale Vulcan in final camouflage colour scheme

• Resin reproduction of the English Electric ‘Vulcan Works’ locomotive works plate

• Resin reproduction of the Avro airframe identification plate from XH558

• Set of original RAF Training Board card reproductions

• Fine Art Print of the aircraft and locomotive

 

Scenecraft

The Scenecraft range also expands again, with another wave of railway buildings, lineside structures and buildings for town and country. Highlights include OO buildings featuring lighting and March Station scenes, allowing you to model anything from farms to factories or complete your projects with our unbeatable range of accessories.

44-004 Provender Store

44-006  Corrugated Goods Shed

44-0065 March Station Waiting Room

44-0066 March Station Ticket Office

44-0067 March Station Facilities and Stores

44-0068 March Station Canopy

44-0069 Tabernacle

44-0070 Prefab Commercial Building

44-0071 Station Café

44-0072 Weybourne Road Bridge

44-0073 Weybourne Water Crane and Tank

44-0074 Downham Market Signal Box

44-0075 Colliery Pit Head Lift

44-0076 Watermill

44-0077 Filling Station

44-0078 Crossing Keeper's Cottage

44-0079 Grain Warehouse

44-0080 Beach Huts

44-0081 Stone Cattle Dock

44-0082 Hampton Station Building with Lights

44-0083 Hampton Station Booking Office with Lights

44-0084 Hampton Lodge with Lights

44-0085 Office Building with Lights

44-017 Modern Servicing Depot

44-036  Sectional Lineside Hut

44-041 Sanding Plant

44-047  Hampton Hill Platelayers Hut

44-052  Concrete Mixing Hopper

44-053 Aggregate Weigh Station

44-054  Industrial Silo

44-055  Site Office

44-065 Art Deco Platform Centre Building

44-066 Art Deco Station Building

44-067 Art Deco Platform End Building

44-068  Art Deco Subway Building

44-110  Nissen Hut

44-184  Mechanical Wash Plant

44-283  Low Relief 'McMillan's Mounts' Cycle Shop

44-284 Low Relief 'Lovett's Lamb and Meats' Butcher

44-285  Low Relief 'Parson's Properties' Estate Agent

44-286 Low Relief 'The Ship Inn' Pub

44-516  Garden Shed (x2)

44-538  Domestic Coal Bunkers

44-585  Roadside Rescue Phone Boxes

44-586  Ground Lever Frame and Board

44-587 Fibre Board Hut

Scenecraft Figures

36-415  Rural Tradesmen

36-416 1960/70s Urban Workers

36-417 1960/70s Tradesmen

Track and Accessories

36-568  6 Pin DCC Loco-Decoder with Back EMF featuring Railcom®

36-870  Left-hand Standard Point (Self-Isolating)

36-871  Right-hand Standard Point (Self-Isolating)

44-588  Tanktainers (x2)

 

NEW BRANCHLINE OO SCALE PRODUCTS FOR 2017/18

 

Items listed are all new releases using existing tooling.

 

Locomotives

32-236 Fowler Class 3F 0-6-0 (Jinty) No. 47619 in BRITISH RAILWAYS Black livery

32-078 Class 56XX Tank No. 5637 in GWR Green livery

32-083A Class 56XX Tank No. 6644 in BR Green Late Crest (Weathered)

32-135B Class 4575 Prairie Tank No. 5532 in BR Green Late Crest

31-090DS 3200 (Earl) Class 3206 ‘Earl of Plymouth’ in GWR Green livery with DCC Sound

31-717  Class B1 No. 1264 in LNER Lined Green livery

31-716A Class B1 No. 61076 in BR Lined Black livery with Late Crest (Weathered)

32-007  Hall Class No. 4920 ‘Dumbleton Hall’ in GWR Green livery

32-002A Hall Class No. 4971 ‘Stanway Hall’ in BR Black livery with early emblem (Weathered)

32-850A BR Standard Class 9F No. 92220 ‘Evening Star’ in BR Green livery with late crest

32-860 BR Standard Class 9F BR (SR) Large Tender

32-121  Class 08 No. 08624 in Freightliner Powerhaul livery

32-122  Class 08 No. 08834 in BR Railfreight Distribution

32-027B Class 20 No. D8011 in BR Green livery with Small Yellow Panel Indicator Disks

32-035B Class 20 No. 20174 in BR Blue livery with Domino Head Code

32-030DS Class 20 No. 20156 in BR Railfreight livery with Red Stripe with DCC Sound

32-790  Class 37/0 No. 37049 'Imperial' in BR Triple Grey livery with Coal sector logos and  Split Headcode

32-392  Class 37/5 No. 37688 in DRS Compass livery

32-393DS Class 37/7 No. 37884 in Europhoenix livery with DCC Sound

32-650DS Class 44 No. D3 ‘Skiddaw’ in BR Green with DCC Sound

32-651A Class 44 No. 44006 ‘ Whernside’ in BR Blue livery (Weathered)

31-663 Class 47/0 No. 47209 'Herbert Austin' in Railfreight Distribution livery

32-818 Class 47/0 No. 47245 in WCRC Maroon livery

31-660A Class 47/4 No. 47444 ‘University of Nottingham’ in BR Blue Large Logo livery

32-819  Class 47/4 No. 47814 'Totnes Castle' in Virgin Trains livery

32-763A Class 57/3 57302 'Chad Varah' in DRS livery (Weathered)

32-983  Class 66 No. 66779 'Evening Star' in GBRF (GWR green) livery

32-980A Class 66 No. 66728 ‘Institution of Railway Operators’ in GBRF livery (Weathered)

31-678A Class 85 No. 85040 in BR Blue (Weathered)

31-326B Class 105 2 Car DMU in BR Green livery with Speed Whiskers

31-325A Class 105 2 Car DMU in BR Blue livery with Yellow Ends (Weathered)

32-940  Class 150/2 No. 150232 in GWR livery

31-236A Class 205 No. 1121 BR Green livery with Small Yellow Panel (Weathered)

31-238  Class 205 No. 1122 in BR Blue livery with Full Yellow Ends - No Headlight (Weathered)

Coaches

34-327E 50' Parcels Van in LMS Crimson livery

39-127B BR Mk1 CK Composite in BR Crimson & Cream livery

39-026E BR Mk1 SK Corridor in BR Maroon livery

39-550  BR Mk 1 CCT in BR Maroon livery

34-332 50ft Ex-LMS Parcels Van in BR Blue & Grey livery

39-551 BR Mk 1 CCT in BR Blue livery (Weathered)

39-556 BR Mk 1 CCT Van in Tartan Arrow livery

Wagons

38-700A 12 Ton Pipe Wagon in BR Bauxite (Early) livery (Weathered)

38-526 Mk1 Horse Box in BR Green (SR) livery

38-525 Mk1 Horse Box in BR Maroon (ER) livery

37-805  12 Ton Van in BR Bauxite 'ICI Fertilser' livery (Weathered)

37-806  12 Ton Van in ARMY Green livery

33-300G 20 Ton Toad Brake Van in GWR Grey livery

38-147  29 Tonne VDA Sliding Door Box Van in BR Railfreight Distribution livery

33-857B 30 Ton Bogie Bolster Wagon in LMS Grey livery

33-858 30 Ton Bogie Bolster Wagon in BR Bauxite livery (Weathered)

38-151C 80 Tonne glw BDA Bogie Bolster Wagon in Railfreight (Red) livery (Weathered)

38-353  BAA Steel Carrier Wagon in BR Brown livery with Steel Coils (Weathered)

38-352B BAA Steel Carrier Wagon in BR Railfreight Red & Black livery with Steel Coils

38-300A OTA (exVDA) Timber Carrier Wagon in Railfreight (Red) livery with Lumber Load (Weathered)

38-111B 100 Ton TEA Bogie Tank Wagon in 'BP' livery

38-041C 31 Tonne OBA Open Wagon in BR Railfreight Red & Grey livery

38-046  31 Tonne OBA Open Wagon in Railfreight Distribution livery

38-056B 31 Tonne OCA Dropside Open Wagon in Railfreight Red livery (Weathered)

38-054  31 Tonne OCA Dropside Open Wagon in Railfreight Distribution livery

38-061A 45 Tonne glw MEA Open Box Wagon in Mainline Blue livery (Weathered)

38-063B 45 Tonne glw MEA Open Box Wagon in BR Coal Sector livery (Weathered)

 

Scenecraft

42-0030 Farmhouse

42-0032 28' Static Caravan

42-0033 Two road Engine Shed

42-0035 Wooden Carriage Shed

42-0046 Corner Store

42-124 Village Pub

42-176 Stone Signal Box

42-180 Traders Store

42-188 Great Central Goods Depot

42-238  Low Relief Goods Loading Canopy

42-266 Low Relief 'The Cod Father' Fish & Chip Shop

42-568 Quayside Walls

42-569 Quayside Walls with Steps

42-570 Quayside Corners

Accessories

36-568 6 Pin DCC Loco-Decoder with Back EMF featuring Railcom®

 

 

 

PRODUCT UPDATES

2017 looks to be a good year for previous announcements finally reaching the market. The following items expected in the first half of the year –

Branchline (OO Scale)

Thompson Coaches Crimson & Cream – FEB 2017

LMS Stanier Mogul – FEB 2017

LNWR Webb Coal Tank – FEB 2017

TPO Stowage Van - MAY 2017

Freightliner Bogie Wagon with containers – JUN 2017

Class 70 (Air Intake Modifications) – JUN 2017

Class 450 Desiro – JUN 2017

 

STATUS UPDATE – BRANCHLINE (OO SCALE)

R & D (Barwell)

Class 414

Parallel Boiler Royal Scot (DCC Chassis Upgrade)

J39 0-6-0 (DCC Chassis Upgrade)

V2 Class 2-6-2 (new body moulding)

94xx Pannier Tank

Drawing Office (China)

Class 117 DMU

Class 121 Railcar

Ransomes & Rapier 45T steam crane

J72 Class 0-6-0T (DCC Chassis Upgrade)

Class 90

Class 24/1

Class 158 (all new tooling)

Class B Bitumen TTA tank wagon

Tool Room (China)

Baldwin 10-12-D (OO9)

Mark 2F coaches including DBSO

3 plank bogie open wagon (OO9)

Ambulance van (OO9)

EP Sample stage (China)

FFA/FGA Freightliner Flats

TPO Stowage Van

Artwork Stage (Barwell)

22T Double Bolster wagon (exclusively for TMC)

22T Plate wagon (exclusively for TMC)

Class 438 / 491 4TC (exclusively for Kernow)

WD Warflat

SECR Birdcage coaches

LBSCR H2 Class 4-4-2

 

Production Stage (China)

 

Webb Coal Tank

 

Class 450

 

Class 70/8

 

Shipping

 

LMS Stanier Mogul

 

Thompson coaches (Crimson & cream only)


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#2 phil gollin

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Posted 08 January 2017 - 09:50

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Just got my tea and bikkies in time.

 

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Posted 08 January 2017 - 09:53

Haven't had a proper look through yet but seen the Midland 1P.  Yes! Great News, wasn't expecting that because much of the back catalogue is still awaiting production.  Nice one Bachmann!  I like that there's provision for Belpaire and Round Topped fireboxes too.  Should hopefully be a fantastic model.

I hope they announce some suitable to coaches to compliment it in the future.


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Posted 08 January 2017 - 09:56

Ooh! Interesting. Overjoyed to see a new class 150 livery (and a good one at that!) and to hear the class 450s are finally coming soon!

 

Not impressed at no updates for the 166s.

 

The Scenecraft buildings with lights sound interesting...

 

Any news on price increases?


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#5 Wigan Wallgate OO Gauge

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Posted 08 January 2017 - 10:00

Good god! I will be penniless
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Posted 08 January 2017 - 10:00

GWR tailgate chassis upgrade?

Am I missing something?

VEA... I'm sticking with my Parkside and if any goes on about the Bachman model being better than the kit or 'but I can't stick things together' be prepared to have your modelling credentials questioned ;)

The 1P will be a challenge with such a small boiler ... but it will be worth it :)
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Posted 08 January 2017 - 10:01

Good to see a new BR Black Hall, and the Class 66 Evening Star. Shame there is still no new Manor though. The Scenecraft buildings with lights sound good. Will be interesting to see how they power them. I assume it will be with the Woodlands Scenics range.

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Posted 08 January 2017 - 10:02

Ohhh YES! A MR 0-4-4t!
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Posted 08 January 2017 - 10:02

Impressive
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Posted 08 January 2017 - 10:03

Between Hornby and now Bachmann my spending is zero, the LNER Thompson Coaches aren't even listed anymore  . The Bank Manager is delighted he sends his thanks as do I. :onthequiet:  :onthequiet:  :onthequiet:  :onthequiet:  :o  :o  

 

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Bachmann B1 No 1264 31-717 is a rehash of the old issue B1, now with the new chassis and the old body wow !!!  :onthequiet:

 

sadly the new body for the  V2 is no further forward either !! :onthequiet:     :jester:  :jester:


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Posted 08 January 2017 - 10:04

Fantastic to see Merl Evans and Europhoenix 37 announced !
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Posted 08 January 2017 - 10:05

Still not on Bachmanns website :-)

First for the news here ;-)

Midland tank, nice !, as is the pressflo and well Portholes in Maroon... fantastic !

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Posted 08 January 2017 - 10:07

Still not on Bachmanns website :-)

First for the news here ;-)

 

Do you think the website guys at Bachmann will be in today to push the new range update?


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#14 Claude_Dreyfus

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Posted 08 January 2017 - 10:07

SECR C class in N? I like that...a lot!
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Posted 08 January 2017 - 10:07

Modern image stuff gets a wow from me. Lots of money going to be departing my bank account.
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Posted 08 January 2017 - 10:07

Predicted correctly models celebrating the 30th anniversary of Railfreight's sectorisation would appear, and a 150/2 in GWR livery.

 

I suspected an unrefurbished 4BEP would eventually appear, however to clarify matters, they also ran solo to/from Portsmouth Harbour, as portions off London Victoria-Bognor services.

 

The VEA will fill a huge gap for those wanting to model MoD workings in the 70s and 80s.

 

Interestingly, the class 205s are now part of their main range.

 

The 1P 0-4-4T will allow more authenticity to Midland branch and secondary line operations, particularly during the pre-group and LMS eras.

Who knows, the early Stanier 0-4-4Ts could one day become available.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Posted 08 January 2017 - 10:10

Uninspiring !


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Posted 08 January 2017 - 10:13

Herbert Austin and VEAs look good & more motor rail flats!!!! at least I can carry on doing my own blue 47 with headlight now ;-)
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Posted 08 January 2017 - 10:13

Really looking forward to the Midland 1P. Lots of other stuff for me, too.

Intrigued to see what the Scenecraft March station items will look like, as it's quite a big station, so it might need some scaling down.

Bit surprised there are no new Class 40s, and hardly any new steam era wagons.

Thanks for posting the info.
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Posted 08 January 2017 - 10:14

Uninspiring - What NO maroon Porthole coaches!

Very limited issues in OO coaches.


Did you miss the paragraph above where it says what the new Maroon Porthole coaches will be?
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Posted 08 January 2017 - 10:15

39-550 ... mk1 CCT van in Maroon... with Blue and Tartan Arrow versions...

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Posted 08 January 2017 - 10:15

I seem to remember that the VEA was announced by Bachmann over ten years ago, then quietly dropped. Nice to see it is finally back on the agenda. 


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Posted 08 January 2017 - 10:15

"RF 30 YEARS"????

Sorry, but that was in 1981. Now that Bachmann has taken over EFE they should know that...

March, Downham Market and Weybourne Scenencraft items. All Eastern/East Anglia so relatively near to Barwell. Has Bachmann imposed a travel budget on its designers this year :-)

More seriously, thanks for the list Andy. Some good things and not too overambitious, but which Carflat to go for...

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Posted 08 January 2017 - 10:17

Also interesting to see the Mk I Horseboxes move into the main range. TMC still have loads in stock.


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Posted 08 January 2017 - 10:18

42-266 Low Relief 'The Cod Father' Fish & Chip Shop  :laugh:  :laugh:  :laugh: 


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