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Hi everyone.

 Can anyone give me a definitive answer as to what is currently available versus what is currently in development. I'm not asking for a friend it's just a lot of these posts originated in 2017. I'm new to the site not the hobby so forgive my perceived ignorance.

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Which scale?

 

in 00, you have a choice of liveries of J94 / Austerity and class 71 as DJModels branded products. Nothing else has hit the shelves in his brand but there are a number of commissioned models for Hattons & Kernow also available.

 

Not sure in N gauge.

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One wagon in N gauge, I believe.

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Hi Ample-Charms,

 

As far as I can remember, the following models were/have been produced (there may be others I've missed):

 

OO-gauge:

  Class 71 - general release + specials for:

                          Hattons (these are still available as Golden Arrow types, I believe)

                          Kernow Model Rail Centre (2x BR green + 1x BR blue, all weathered)
  J94 Austerity - general release (some may still be available, e.g. Rails of Sheffield).  Specials were also done for:

                          Hattons - various

                          Kernow Model Rail Centre (Longmoor blue)

                          RmWeb (Yellow + shevrons)

  Exclusive products for Hattons: 14xx (some still available)

  Exclusive products for Kernow Model Rail Centre: Beattie Well Tank, O2, 1361 (many are still available).

                          Not sure if produced by DJM or not in the end -  ZAA/SPA Pike wagon (also available via Hattons)

 

N-gauge:

  Mermaid wagons - general release (I know the dutch yellow/grey ones are still available at Hattons...)

 

I believe all the above items were released as DJ Models produced products (either as production runs, or as commissioned models/liveries for the respective companies).  Other models were also originally commissioned by companies through DJM but later taken over by the commissioning bodies and are either available or sold out (...or yet to be produced).  This actually makes tracing them a little tricky... so some details may not be included above or may be incorrectly shown as DJM produced items.

 

Hope that helps answer your query if you were still wondering?

Cheers,

Ixion.

 

Edited - to add ZAA Pike - just noticed still available at Hattons...

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"That's yer lot!" (M&GN 1959) or "Perchance it sleepeth" (L&B 1936)  ??

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