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2 hours ago, Kris said:

Too many of us have looked at it now, it's gone back up in price. Amazon pricing algorithms, bah. 

 

I think that was me buying one.

 

There is however this Collett 57' Bow Ended at £29.66: 

 

https://smile.amazon.co.uk/Hornby-R4880-Collett-Compartment-W5507W-Era/dp/B07N8BMS7J/ref=sr_1_160?dchild=1&keywords=Hornby+coach&qid=1605606315&s=kids&sr=1-160

 

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2 hours ago, Roy Langridge said:

 

I think that was me buying one.

 

There is however this Collett 57' Bow Ended at £29.66: 

 

https://smile.amazon.co.uk/Hornby-R4880-Collett-Compartment-W5507W-Era/dp/B07N8BMS7J/ref=sr_1_160?dchild=1&keywords=Hornby+coach&qid=1605606315&s=kids&sr=1-160

 

Roy


I’ve had my eye on that for a while but alas the number of views that webpage has had this morning means it’s now back up to the princely sum of £39.99. 
 

Always worth keeping occasional tabs on Amazon’s Hornby range though for the occasional “blink-and-you-miss-it” price drop. 
 

CoY

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12 minutes ago, County of Yorkshire said:


I’ve had my eye on that for a while but alas the number of views that webpage has had this morning means it’s now back up to the princely sum of £39.99. 
 

Always worth keeping occasional tabs on Amazon’s Hornby range though for the occasional “blink-and-you-miss-it” price drop. 
 

CoY

Alas, sorry, hands up it was me.

 

The deal was good, tomorrow my pannier now has another to add to its ragtag branch rake

 

As an olive branch, this is a good £15 cheaper than average, its the cheapest ive seen a Colas 67...

 

http://www.jdmmodels.co.uk/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=2053&search=Class+67

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Here is one for you. A quite reasonable co-co American diesel with a full recovery crane and support wagons train set for RRP of £70.99. Now as that is RRP I bet you can find it cheaper elsewhere.

http://www.mehano.si/en/products/mehano-starter-set-and-accessories/starter-sets/vlak-garnitura-wrecker-crane-t741

Or this one which is for some reason a little more expensive but with a different engine.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/MEHANO-Santa-Fee-Special-Train-Gauge-H0-Starter-Set-Direct-Current-Analogue/143795082542?hash=item217adad52e:g:Av8AAOSwB69fjBO9

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46 minutes ago, Deviousweegee said:

Hi I would be very grateful if someone could point me in the direction of any bargain Bachmann 66s?

 

Doesn't have to be massive discounts, just curious if anyone has seen anything reasonable out there?

 

Thanks 

 

Not Bachmann but within the last few minutes I've had an email that many (all?) of the Hattons versions are reduced to £119

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28 minutes ago, Tomathee said:

 

Not Bachmann but within the last few minutes I've had an email that many (all?) of the Hattons versions are reduced to £119

 

Looks like it!

 

There are consequent reductions across the returned stock as well. £99 for some of them.

 

Please - no "me too" or "I've just got one" posts

 

 

 

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12 minutes ago, jonnyuk said:

southdevonrailways on ebay have just popped the Hornby large prairie, use the ebay 20% code and its yours for less than £100, just bought one.

 

Do you have a link please? Also, what is the code?

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9 minutes ago, IamDaniel said:

 

Do you have a link please? Also, what is the code?

Roy Langridge's post (last but one on page 157) is where you should be looking; all the details are there.

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Hattons class 66’s £119 for DCC ready versions, but the website seems to be dying under the strain.

 

https://www.hattons.co.uk/newsdetail.aspx?id=915


Those nitrogen tanks seem to be going fastest, 07 went from 10+ to sold out whilst I was checking out.

 

https://www.hattons.co.uk/newsdetail.aspx?id=498


My class 66 fleet is complete, Bachmann fleet is to go, and it looks like Christmas will be spent trimming excess springs off bogie sprues and gluing axlexboxes back on... If anyone needs spares i’ll be christmas tree’ing one of my “seconds” from the other week.

 

its worth noting the remaining “seconds” are also discounted... this one is £104 for instance..

https://www.hattons.co.uk/585345/hattons_originals_h4_66_031_po02_class_66_66789_in_br_large_logo_blue_with_gbrf_branding_british_rail_1948_1997_/stockdetail.aspx

 

no one mentioned O gauge, but the A4 and class 50’s are on offer too...

 

 

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11 hours ago, Deviousweegee said:

Hi I would be very grateful if someone could point me in the direction of any bargain Bachmann 66s?

 

Doesn't have to be massive discounts, just curious if anyone has seen anything reasonable out there?

 

Thanks 

Bachmann Class 66 "Sence" 66711 £99.99 at Kernow Model Centre.

 

http://kernowmodelrail.secure-basket.com/p/54546/32-738-WSL-Bachmann-Class-66-Diesel-Locomotive-number-66-711

 

Bill.

 

 

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Freightliner Class 70 £144:

 

https://www.trainstop.co.uk/31-590---class-70-70015-freightliner-air-intake-modifications-54177-p.asp

 

These are quite rare to find new nowadays.

 

Likewise Dapol IOA wagon £20:

 

https://www.trainstop.co.uk/4f-045-006---ioa-wagon-3170-5992-107-0-52918-p.asp

 

This time last year loads were available this price but not so much anymore.

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FYI:  For those that use Amazon, try Keepa.

There's an extension that can be added to Chromium based browsers (so Chrome and the new Edge) that allows you to see past price changes of a product and will track products for you, then alert you when they get to your desired price.

There's also an Android app...

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