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Hornby have announced new tooling for the following products for 2019 which are well underway. Individual topics have been started for relevant new toolings.

 

Locomotives

 

LMS Princess class 4-6-2

 

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GW 'Large' Prairie 2-6-2T

 

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Peckett B2 class 0-6-0ST

 

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Ruston & Hornsby 48DS 0-4-0 with match truck

 

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Coaches

 

SR 59' Bulleid 'short' coaches

 

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GW 57' Bow-ended suburban stock

 

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BR Mk2F coaches

 

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BR Mk3 sliding-door coaches

 

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Wagons

 

LSWR Warner brake 'new van'

 

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LMS 20T brake van

 

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Licensed products are an important product for Hornby in the 'High Street' market and 2019 sees the return of Harry Potter with Hogwart's Castle (correctly as a Hall) with the option for TTS sound and the popular 'Paddington' brand.

 

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Train sets

 

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Railroad locomotives

 

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Railroad stock

 

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Steam locomotives - new liveries

 

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Diesel/Electric locomotives - new liveries

 

A selection of Class 66 liveries giving a value product from the ex-Lima tooling. I understand that retailers will be quipped to sound-fit these items giving a total price of around £100.

 

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Train packs

 

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Coach packs

 

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Coaching stock

 

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Wagons

 

 

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Power and Control

 

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Accessories

 

The Skale Scenics, Skaledale and Skale Autos brands start to make a return to the range.

 

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Arnold Brighton Belle and continental range items of note.

 

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If you would like a little more background to some of the content in the 2019 announcements I interviewed Simon Kohler for a piece in BRM Express - Phil's free newsletter which comes out on Friday. Sign up here https://www.world-of-railways.co.uk/account/create?seoChannel=brm&returnUrl=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.world-of-railways.co.uk to make sure you get this week's edition.

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Now in public domain.

 

Any leaks prior to 190.00 came from guesses at urls on Hornby's own website. I had to remove several posts from here to maintain our part of the agreement.

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Posted (edited)

That's a long list to go through.... A healthier range than last year. Seems promising.

 

HIGHLIGHTS FOR ME:

 

LMS Princess Coronation -  Many saw that coming!
GWR Large Prairie  - Once again many predicted this
Peckett B2 0-6-0ST - I'm glad that Hornby are expanding their range of industrial locos
Ruston & Hornsby 48DS 0-4-0 - You just gotta have this....
BR Mk.2F coaches - I love how Hornby have come straight out with a cheaper alternative to Bachmann. It will sell.
BR Mk.3 (Sliding door) - Never expected this, glad to see it, I hope the Slam-door ones get the same upgrades.
Hornby Paddington Junior - once again they're targeting kids with a Paddington themed set! Good call...

Harry Potter!! I want....
GWR HST Train Set - I'm mighty proud of Hornby here for pulling out the older tooling and making a set for the younger generation.
I like the re-introduction of the Dean Single.
The huge selection of Class 66s..Just wow!
Caledonian Sleeper Class 87....MUST HAVE!
Caledonian Sleeper Class 92...MUST HAVE!
The DB Schenker Class 60 will please hundreds of people...
The BR Green and BR Blue Class 31 will please many more.
The LNER HST, IEP and coaches will be an instant hit!
New DC Controller and updated DCC Controllers....SMART MOVE!
The return of the Skaledale, SkaleScenics and SkaleAutos range is marvellous.
Also happy about the Hornby-Arnold Brighton Belle getting a re-run.

 

DISAPPOINTED ABOUT:
 

I was really hoping Hornby would've re-tooled the Class 91. Seeing that they invested so much money in the Mk.2F, Mk.3 (Siding-door), A1/A1X Terrier and GWR Prairie....I was hoping they'd have done a Class 91 with suitable Mk.4 and Mk.4 DVT stock to accompany it. Purely selfish reasons but hey...one of the best announcements so far.

 

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No 46257 or Sir William in LMS Black? Swing and a miss there.

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Now in public domain.

 

Any leaks prior to 190.00 came from guesses at urls on Hornby's own website. I had to remove several posts from here to maintain our part of the agreement.

They actually came from a link labelled New for 2019 on the Hornby website under the shop menu...

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I think a Sherwood Colliery Peckett will have to feature on Summat Colliery!

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Seems odd to me that they are going for a bunch of Class 66 re-liveries of a Lima tooling. 

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Oh wow, Hornbys gone to war with everyone, Loads of 66’s, GWR 2-6-2T, Terriers, class 92, mk2f and Bulleid coaches.

Direct duplication of liveries and numbers of several Rails Terriers and Hattons 66’s, as well as livery on Bachman’s mk2fs, cheaper in all 3 cases.

 

2019 is definitely the year for the younger modeller, lots of reasonably priced modern image, including clever trainsets with expansion potential (HST, Eurostar, Belmond and Northern Belle), additionally DBS60, GBRF/Sleeper 92’s and several class 66’s.

 

GWR, Scotrail, Crosscountry & LNER HSTs with sliding doors, and mk2f’s, though full credit that there available in the newer colours, class 68’s have something now to pull, Scotrail stock, and the Network Rail test train, with class 31.

 

Is that Oxfords tractors & vans I see in the range ?

 

Peckett 0-6-0 and a Ruston& Hornsby 48DS shunter !!! - Really nice, Princess was an obvious one.

Finally a preserved Black 5, in super detail, and 4464 I see, I guess parking it in their building is an extreme way to get their attention.

 

What an interesting year 2019s going to be, a definite focus on price there, a lot of models at a lower end price point, but quite an interesting range.

Oh wow, Hornbys gone to war with everyone, Loads of 66’s, GWR 2-6-2T, Terriers, class 92, mk2f and Bulleid coaches.

Direct duplication of liveries and numbers of several Rails Terriers and Hattons 66’s, as well as livery on Bachman’s mk2fs, cheaper in all 3 cases.

 

2019 is definitely the year for the younger modeller, lots of reasonably priced modern image, including clever trainsets with expansion potential (HST, Eurostar, Belmond and Northern Belle), additionally DBS60, GBRF/Sleeper 92’s and several class 66’s.

 

GWR, Scotrail, Crosscountry & LNER HSTs with sliding doors, and mk2e’s, though full credit that there available in the newer colours, class 68’s have something now to pull, Scotrail stock, and the Network Rail test train, with class 31.

 

Is that Oxfords tractors & vans I see in the range ?

 

Peckett 0-6-0 and a Ruston& Hornsby 48DS shunter !!! - Really nice, Princess was an obvious one.

Finally a preserved Black 5, in super detail, and 4464 I see, I guess parking it in their building is an extreme way to get their attention.

 

What an interesting year 2019s going to be, a definite focus on price there, a lot of models at a lower end price point, but quite an interesting range.

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sliding door mk3s with disc brakes

 

new 87s

 

new 31s

 

new mk2f's  !

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Lots of nice stuff in there, particularly the Large Prairie and GWR coaches.

Doubt the people at Dapol are particularly happy today though!

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Just spotted the 59' Bulleid coaches. 

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A very positive start to 2019

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A "GREAT" year for the GWR, those posh clerestory coaches look lovely) and lots of coaches all round.

 

Good luck with that lot Hornby, I hope they are profitable.

 

Thanks Andy.

 

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