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Hi everyone,

 

As you may already know, our next UK show is the Warley show at the NEC in Birmingham, November 23rd and 24th! We will be there to take your pre-orders, answer your questions, discuss future projects and more! 

 

We will also be launching something very big indeed at the show on the Saturday morning at 10:15am, which will of course appear online on our website, social media and of course here too for those of you not travelling to the show! What could it be?? hmmm.... 

 

All arrows lead to our stand, B46 marked below!

 

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See you there!

 

Cheers,

 

Fran

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I think it's something in 1/43rd scale.....but hoping bazjones1711 is correct.

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1 hour ago, KDG said:

I think it's something in 1/43rd scale.....but hoping bazjones1711 is correct.

 

The announcement is OO, not O. I should have clarified that! 

 

Cheers!

 

Fran

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Fran, you've let something slip.....

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if it was a wagon  , i would have gone with IHA covered coil wagon ( French version  first   , then followed by other designs ) or the Sheerness JXA ...

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Also thinking this is likely to be a class 37... 

Outside chance a class 50...

Money is on the former. Bet Hornby and Bachmann are both praying!

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"Very big" intimates more than one vehicle.

 

My  "win" bet is a 185......... (or a.n.other current day multiple unit - each way bet is on a 175/180)

 

Cheers,

Mick

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46 minutes ago, newbryford said:

"Very big" intimates more than one vehicle.

 

My  "win" bet is a 185......... (or a.n.other current day multiple unit - each way bet is on a 175/180)

 

Cheers,

Mick

Hi Mick,

 

My thoughts had been towards a 37 but a 185 would be a winner or even the 175. Far better as gives us all something different and very useful.

 

cheers

Mark

 

 

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A broken down APT-P with a prototype HST power car at one end hauled by a class 37

 

Failing that, a Trans Pennine unit but of the Mk1 type not the 185 type.

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Perfect - the centre of the exhibition to make Accurascale the centre of attention.

 

I've not seen anything that would restrict Accurascale to just modern stuff. Personally I'd love a class 33. However a steamy (where my list is too long to note here) is surely not beyond the realms either.

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13 hours ago, woodenhead said:

A broken down APT-P with a prototype HST power car at one end hauled by a class 37

 

Failing that, a Trans Pennine unit but of the Mk1 type not the 185 type.

Top line gets my vote, is it time to put the kettle on Fran?

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How about an Azuma and HST with broken noses lol (Leeds today, gentle shunt :-) )

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On 13/11/2019 at 17:42, Accurascale Fran said:

Hi everyone,

 

As you may already know, our next UK show is the Warley show at the NEC in Birmingham, November 23rd and 24th! We will be there to take your pre-orders, answer your questions, discuss future projects and more! 

 

We will also be launching something very big indeed at the show on the Saturday morning at 10:15am, which will of course appear online on our website, social media and of course here too for those of you not travelling to the show! What could it be?? hmmm.... 

 

All arrows lead to our stand, B46 marked below!

 

428392931_Warley2019floorplanB46.png.3bf37e6d25532a98f76088d471c72337.png

 

See you there!

 

Cheers,

 

Fran

 

Any clues?

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3 hours ago, Pegleg90 said:

DRS Class 88?

 

Given stuff in the last decade seems to need permission / cooperation from the owner I would suspect this is unlikely given Dapol's current relationship via the 68.

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Hi Fran,

 

If you're looking at Class 37's for your next project, would you please consider Transrail Dutch 37 201 'Saint Margaret' ?

 

Thankyou,

 

Shed.

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More polite question offered...
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I'd still love to see an AS Class 40 - 70's blue would be brilliant please.

 

37 on steroids - just better looking.

 

Al.

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On 14/11/2019 at 00:24, newbryford said:

"Very big" intimates more than one vehicle.

 

My  "win" bet is a 185......... (or a.n.other current day multiple unit - each way bet is on a 175/180)

 

Cheers,

Mick

 

A Class 185 would be fantastic.

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Can I put my 5 Cents worth in?  Either a Class 37 or 47 if a loco, a 185 if a DMU or 397 if a EMU given their both TPE stock 

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16 sleeper coaches and a 92 is big, i’m Not quite sure what constitutes very big..

maybe they are making a OO scale Ribblehead Viaduct ?

 

:-)

 

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