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Hornby 2018 - the full announcements


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Hornby have, today, announced their new toolings for the 2018 catalogue featuring a J36, Lord Nelson, streamlined Princess Coronation, Maunsell First Diner and NE Toad brake van.

 

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Existing tooling - new liveries - steam locomotives

(includes items carried over from 2017)

 

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Existing tooling - new liveries - diesel/electric locomotives

(includes items carried over from 2017)

 

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Existing tooling - new liveries - coaching stock

(includes items carried over from 2017)​

 

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Existing tooling - new liveries - wagons

(includes items carried over from 2017)​

 

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Glad to see 121 in railroad! Shame I just brought the DCC Supplies limited edition Dapol chiltern 121 tho!

 

Otherwise on a modern perspective: Nothing! Class 800 already announced, Had a class 50 last year [if that is "modern"]. Nothing else passenger stock wise for modern... HST is a non-modern livery sadly, tho I think most modern ones have already been made...

 

Poor modern era modelers!!!

 

Edit: Oh and a Virgin 87 with matching appropriate coaches... Still a bit too old for me!!

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Well, it looks like the little boys will be getting the majority of my money in 2018, but the Lord Nelsons and maunsell coaches will mean I will do my bit for Hornby.

 

I hope they make a profit from them all.

 

(IF this is the "full announcement", does this mean that "Scaledale" buildings have finished ?)

 

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Someone didnt do their research at all with that model of 50033, lets hope they do before it sees production. Nameplate position is wrong

 

Pity they only offer the Intercity HST Power Cars as TTS sound too, they would sell well as a normal set

 

And the Rudd/Clam/Tope wagons only appeared in the very late 80's/early 90's

 

For the post steam modeller this is diabolical, but I appreciate Hornby need to appease the market that sells the most. They are still the 'definitive' Model Railway brand

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Slightly annoyed that Maude seems to be being sold as DCC only - I might have to end up taking the plunge just because of this one model...

 

 

Why ? Take the chip out that is all that is needed surely.

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(IF this is the "full announcement", does this mean that "Scaledale" buildings have finished ?)

 

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The presentation information I had only showed an AA call box and I can only see that and an RAC box on their website.

 

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Glad to see 121 in railroad! Shame I just brought the DCC Supplies limited edition Dapol chiltern 121 tho!

 

Otherwise on a modern perspective: Nothing! Class 800 already announced, Had a class 50 last year [if that is "modern"]. Nothing else passenger stock wise for modern... HST is a non-modern livery sadly, tho I think most modern ones have already been made...

 

Poor modern era modelers!!!

 

Edit: Oh and a Virgin 87 with matching appropriate coaches... Still a bit too old for me!!

 

So a Colas 67 isn't modern  then?

 

Cheers,

Mick

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Oh wow....! On the phone trying to organise a second mortgage as we speak! Well done Hornby, blistering stuff. I will wait until it all sinks in and perhaps comment further later on.

Cheers from Oz,

Peter C.

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Pleased to see Toad B's and E's, and going by the pre-production shots it looks like they've sorted out the grain finish on Gresley Teaks, so i'll be ordering a couple, and a couple of Toads too. Not for me, but the J36 looks like it's going to be an absolute worldie, I can feel an impulse purchase coming on...   

 

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