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EFE Rail Winter 2020 Announcements - Beattie Well Tank, Gate Stock, Class 58, Cargowaggons plus 2 new N gauge projects.


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EFE Rail is already becoming an established name on the shelves of Bachmann retailers and there are new additions in both OO and N scale this Winter, with models of two different wagons – the Shark Brake Van and JIA Bogie Hopper – being made available in ready-to-run format in N scale for the first time.


Full details of these Winter announcements are featured in the British Railway Announcements catalogue which is available exclusively with the Bachmann Times – the official magazine of the Bachmann Collectors Club – and these products are set to be released during the next three months and can be ordered from any Bachmann stockist.

 

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EFE Rail - OO Gauge new products

 

E84005 OO Class 58 58011 BR Railfreight (Red Stripe) [W - faded paint and logos] 184.95
E84006 OO Class 58 58018 ‘High Marnham Power Station’ BR Railfreight Coal Sector 174.95
E84007 OO Class 58 58021 'Hither Green Depot' Mainline Blue 174.95
E84008 OO Class 58 58039 EWS [W] 184.95

 

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E85010 OO LSWR Beattie Well Tank with Square Splashers 30586 BR Black (L-Crest) 139.95
E85011 OO LSWR Beattie Well Tank 3298 SR Black (Sunshine) 139.95
E85012 OO LSWR Beattie Well Tank 3298 SR Green (Preserved) 139.95

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E86001 OO LSWR 'Gate Stock' 2-Coach Set BR Crimson 139.95
E86002 OO LSWR 'Gate Stock' 2-Coach Set SR Maunsell Green 139.95

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E87006 OO Cargowaggon 279-7-664-9 Taunton Cider 49.95
E87007 OO Cargowaggon 279-7-690-9 Danzas 'Great Britain - Continent' [W] 59.95
E87008 OO Cargowaggon 279-7-611-1 Blue Circle Cement 49.95
E87009 OO Cargowaggon 279-7-604-6 Silver & Blue Unbranded [W] 59.95

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EFE Rail - new N Gauge products

 

E87500 N JIA Nacco Wagon 33-70-0894-007-0 Imerys Blue 43.95
E87501 N JIA Nacco Wagon 33-70-0894-008-8 Imerys Blue 43.95
E87502 N JIA Nacco Wagon 33-70-0894-020-3 Imerys Blue 43.95
E87503 N JIA Nacco Wagon 33-70-0894-000-5 Imerys Blue 43.95
E87504 N JIA Nacco Wagon 33-70-0894-001-3 Imerys Blue [W - light] 46.95
E87505 N JIA Nacco Wagon 33-70-0894-002-3 Imerys Blue [W - light] 46.95
E87506 N JIA Nacco Wagon 33-70-0894-009-6 Imerys Blue [W - light] 46.95
E87507 N JIA Nacco Wagon 33-70-0894-010-4 Imerys Blue [W - light] 46.95
E87508 N JIA Nacco Wagon 33-70-0894-011-2 Imerys Blue [W - heavy] 48.95
E87509 N JIA Nacco Wagon 33-70-0894-012-0 Imerys Blue [W - heavy] 48.95
E87510 N JIA Nacco Wagon 33-70-0894-003-9 Imerys Blue [W - heavy] 48.95
E87511 N JIA Nacco Wagon 33-70-0894-004-7 Imerys Blue [W - heavy] 48.95

 

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E87516 N BR 20T 'Shark' Ballast Plough Brake Van BR Bauxite (Departmental) 36.95
E87517 N BR 20T 'Shark' Ballast Plough Brake Van BR Departmental Black 36.95
E87518 N BR 20T 'Shark' Ballast Plough Brake Van BR Engineers Grey & Yellow 36.95
E87519 N BR 20T 'Shark' Ballast Plough Brake Van BR Departmental Olive Green 36.95

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New images have also been supplied for the previously announced Mermaids

 

E87512 N 14T ‘Mermaid’ Side Tipping Ballast Wagon BR Departmental Black 33.95

E87513 N 14T ‘Mermaid’ Side Tipping Ballast Wagon BR Departmental Olive Green 33.95

E87514 N 14T ‘Mermaid’ Side Tipping Ballast Wagon BR Engineers Grey & Yellow 33.95

E87515 N 14T ‘Mermaid’ Side Tipping Ballast Wagon BR Departmental Gulf Red 33.95

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  • AY Mod changed the title to EFE Rail Winter 2020 Announcements - Beattie Well Tank, Gate Stock, Class 58, Cargowaggons plus 2 new N gauge projects.
1 minute ago, spamcan61 said:

Oooh I'm confused now, is that a brand new tooling Class 58 in OO? 

I highly doubt it. Much like the Hymek from the last announcements, I suspect it's the Heljan one with a Bachmann paint job.

 

Hope this helps

 

Cheers

 

J

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Surprised to see the Beattie and Gate stock - presuem Kernow are licensing the tooling to Bachmann/EFE as when first produced, Kernow were very clear this was KMRC owned tooling  (and hence the shift from Dapol to DJM for second Beattie batch) - hope they didn't get put in the 'DJM box for resale' by mistake....?

 

9 minutes ago, AY Mod said:

 

It was originally the Heljan 58.

Does this mean Heljan have sold the tooling to Bachmann? Or they are being produced by Heljan for EFE rail as a means of broadening distribution? Similarly on the Hymek.

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1 minute ago, G-BOAF said:

Or they are being produced by Heljan for EFE rail as a means of broadening distribution?

 

That's correct.

 

2 minutes ago, G-BOAF said:

hope they didn't get put in the 'DJM box for resale' by mistake

 

No need for daft statements. Kernow MRC own the tooling.

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13 minutes ago, ColinK said:

Hmmm, I wonder what that 58 would look like in large logo blue? Could be tempted to get one and try.

Maybe try Fictitious Liveries website first?

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Nice to see the Well Tanks back and in new liveries, I think last time round they only ever did unlined black.

 

And a re-run of Gate Stock.

 

This EFE thing is quite good - who expected 58s to make a re-appearence.

 

Sharks and Mermaids - another big tick.

 

This page has all the good announcements!!

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30 minutes ago, AY Mod said:

 

It was originally the Heljan 58.

 It's unfortunate they could not have been more competitively priced for an old tooling. I wonder if there are any upgrades against the Heljan version still available at Olivias Trains that appear to have been slow sellers?

 

At least the number font on the Railfreight liveried version looks right now.

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24 minutes ago, AY Mod said:

 

That's correct.

 

 

No need for daft statements. Kernow MRC own the tooling.

Sorry!

Good to hear the original commissioners are still involved and tha the models are getting a wider marketing avenue.

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1 hour ago, bigdaveadams1 said:

Does anyone know if the JIAs are the same as those used between Tees Dock and Boulby Mine?

Are they the potash ones? If so, no, they’re subtly different, but I’ve got a 3D print of those. 


Bit gutted I spent 6 months on my JIA 3D prints, but hey ho, I used the right font on the Imerys logo and didn’t miss out bits of the handrails! 

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1 hour ago, acg5324 said:

Do we now have two N gauge Shark brakevans with the KR Models one?

 

I doubt it as one exists and the other does not...

 

This is great news though - can anyone explain the dates of the Black and Bauxite Shark liveries?

 

EDIT: Being dumb, Eras are on the Rails images!

 

Paddy

 

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1 hour ago, woodenhead said:

Nice to see the Well Tanks back and in new liveries, I think last time round they only ever did unlined black.

 


Especially after our resident hobby expert on another thread told us we wouldn’t see them for at least ten years! :sarcastichand:

 

I think the clever announcement in this set in particular is the 58. With three manufacturers producing HAA variants, the availability of a pretty good 58 for those trains is likely to be well received.

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9 minutes ago, PMP said:


Especially after our resident hobby expert on another thread told us we wouldn’t see them for at least ten years! :sarcastichand:

 

I think the clever announcement in this set in particular is the 58. With three manufacturers producing HAA variants, the availability of a pretty good 58 for those trains is likely to be well received.

Indeed, but for an old timer there is only the 47/3 for an MGR and it must be on jointed track - none of that continuous welded stuff for me.

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35 minutes ago, WILLIAM said:

 It's unfortunate they could not have been more competitively priced for an old tooling. I wonder if there are any upgrades against the Heljan version still available at Olivias Trains that appear to have been slow sellers?

 

At least the number font on the Railfreight liveried version looks right now.

 

I have the impression that Olivia's strategy is to not to rush and sell theirs but to get the maximum markup possible.  They are pretty much gone else where though admittedly the last one I brought was in a clearance sale a couple of years back.

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Its good to see the 58 come back.

Whilst they pop up on ebay, they go pretty quick, and prices have been rising.

ive been waiting on one or two for a while, so this works for me.

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