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  1. It depends on the type of coach as alot of Hornby coaches use the old Lima tooling which are fixed together differently. Usually you can tell the difference between the Lima tooling mk3s and Hornby as the Lima have a texture on the underside and Hornby are smooth. Anyway the Hornby mk3s are held together with 4 clips, two either side of the coach. With the Lima tooling mk3s the roof unclips with the removal of the coach ends and lightly pushing the windows in until they can clear the bodywork. I believe that's how it's done but it would be best to wait for another reply to be sure
  2. I filmed it at truro on its third day of testing, can't seem to copy the link from YouTube tho
  3. The powercars tend be swapped around every so often, think the first 2+4 set was run with 43093/016 which I'm assuming is why Hornby opted to do those powercars in the pack released last year along with the SD mk3s
  4. Thanks for the reply Mike Can I suggest some large logo MRL JNAs for a possible new livery? (Not my pic)
  5. Noticed the VTG blue JNAs have almost sold out on the website, is there any chance there might be another batch in the future?
  6. Bachmann did 57603 in GWR a few years ago, the new one is 57602
  7. Need local lines on the 150s too!
  8. Would love one but looking at some of the issues that have been brought up in not actually sure one would run around my Clay Dries without derailing, considering it uses alot of set track curves and points, plus a fairly steep incline to get to it. My Bachmann 66s seem to navigate it fine now but even they required me to make a few changes to the trackwork at first.
  9. I defo would, same with a pair of GWR 150/0s
  10. Bachmann website now has October 2020 as the ETA for the 150s
  11. I understand tooling that is why it's taken so long, tempted to get myself two GWR ones instead of just the one now though
  12. Does anyone know if any progress was revealed on the upcoming class 150s from Bachmann yesterday? Thanks
  13. You forgot the "At that price they can keep it!"
  14. Just pre ordered 66118, hopefully not long until she'll be joining 040 & 065 to work my clay
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