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4 hours ago, atom3624 said:

Would you need AS 37's to triple head ........

 

Al.

 

For what we did with the wagons its advisable :laugh_mini2:

 

I'm sure the Accurascale guys will show everyone at some point.

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Hi everyone,

 

Here is some footage of the tipplers in action on Charwelton, running in their individual rakes to begin with.

 

On 06/10/2020 at 22:27, Mr.S.corn78 said:

 

For what we did with the wagons its advisable :laugh_mini2:

 

I'm sure the Accurascale guys will show everyone at some point.

 

Ah yes, the 'jumbo' train at the end. At least is shows the lovely free running of our tipplers, with one loco handling all 35 wagons with consummate ease! 

 

 

Less than two weeks till delivery and the orders are flying in, so if you fancy some don't hang about! Get your order in direct or via your local stockist!

 

Cheers!

 

Fran 

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1 hour ago, Accurascale Fran said:

Hi everyone,

 

Here is some footage of the tipplers in action on Charwelton, running in their individual rakes to begin with.

 

 

Ah yes, the 'jumbo' train at the end. At least is shows the lovely free running of our tipplers, with one loco handling all 35 wagons with consummate ease! 

 

 

Less than two weeks till delivery and the orders are flying in, so if you fancy some don't hang about! Get your order in direct or via your local stockist!

 

Cheers!

 

Fran 

 

They ran very freely.

 

Hope to recreate something similar when the 37s arrive and we can triple head them!!!! :yahoo_mini:

 

BUT I have this feeling that we may run out of track and stock before they start to show any sign of slowing down!!!

 

Many thanks for allowing us to have a play with the samples.

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3 hours ago, daz9284 said:

@Accurascale Fran will you be doing the wagons in the Yeoman Livery as per the picture in the inital press release? (The revised livery with the additional 'Y' logo)?

 

many thanks

Darryl

 

 

I am sure they will get around to it eventually  - possibly the next batch.  The 5 liveries they have done span the wagons life pretty well, plus there is the steel coil wagons to follow too.   So for a new model its pretty diverse -  most manufacturers only do three liveries in a first batch!

 

Best Wishes,

 

C.

 

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10 hours ago, dogbox321 said:

 

 

I am sure they will get around to it eventually  - possibly the next batch.  The 5 liveries they have done span the wagons life pretty well, plus there is the steel coil wagons to follow too.   So for a new model its pretty diverse -  most manufacturers only do three liveries in a first batch!

 

Best Wishes,

 

C.

 

that's what I was thinking. Couldn't think off the top of head what other liveries they had, so it would be strange to just do one livery.

 

Will have to get in touch with them to amned my order.

 

 

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Accidental timing but it now seems that the Dapol O&K Yeoman bogie hoppers are also arriving in the next few weeks, so the opportunity to run PTAs and the O&K types in the same rake,lucky I have already paid for the PTAs.

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The majority of them were undergoing repainting into the later livery (which Accurascale haven’t done yet) during 1989 which was the time that the JHAs came in. You might find photos of one or two very dirty ones hanging on in the old livery but by 1990 they had mostly been repainted.

 

Guy

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2 hours ago, lyneux said:

The majority of them were undergoing repainting into the later livery (which Accurascale haven’t done yet) during 1989 which was the time that the JHAs came in. You might find photos of one or two very dirty ones hanging on in the old livery but by 1990 they had mostly been repainted.

 

Guy

Thanks, I did think that the PTA livery might be earlier, but decided not to wait and see if Accurascale do a later livery run,  but I'm not concerned as I operate a general period of 1994 to 2003 approx. Not worried about complete authenticity.

 

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On 17/10/2020 at 19:03, daz9284 said:

@Accurascale Fran will you be doing the wagons in the Yeoman Livery as per the picture in the inital press release? (The revised livery with the additional 'Y' logo)?

 

many thanks

Darryl

 

Hi Darryl,

 

Of course. We will certainly do both the later and earlier liveries in a future run. 

 

Cheers!

 

Fran

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1 hour ago, Accurascale Fran said:

 

Hi Darryl,

 

Of course. We will certainly do both the later and earlier liveries in a future run. 

 

Cheers!

 

Fran

Many thanks Fran, I will be in touch to amend my order as I'm only after the later style

 

many thanks

Darryl

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1 hour ago, The Black Hat said:

Can I check if theres plans to do the JNA Blackadder wagons shortly after this first run. As think they were listed as covered by this at start? The wagons look great for detail....

 

Hi there,

 

No, we never announced blackadder wagons? Sorry!

 

Cheers!

 

Fran

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Hi Fran,

 

I'm contemplating another order with you in addition to the ARC wagons. Looking at the pics on your website, the Yeoman liveried wagons are displaying quite a bit of colour bleed on the logos. Can you confirm if this has been sorted on the production wagons?

 

Thanks,

 

Guy

 

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Hi Guy,

 

That image is from a pre-production model and the factory had been instructed to remedy the situation. It's a very challenging surface to print on mind you with the ribs as they are with a solid colour and the extreme close up is very unflattering, but they assured us the production models are better.

 

Many thanks for your interest and input as always.

 

Fran

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