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BACHMANN EUROPE ANNOUNCE NEW PRODUCTS FOR SUMMER 2021


Bachmann Europe Plc today launched the second instalment of its British Railway Announcements for 2021, detailing new items which are scheduled to arrive in the next three months from its Bachmann Branchline, Bachmann Narrow Gauge and Scenecraft ranges – covering N, OO9 and OO scales.


Following hot on the heels of the all-new Class 20/0 unveiled as part of the Spring 2021 British Railway Announcements, this summer sees the introduction of a second all-new, first-generation diesel locomotive – the Class 24. New tooling has been developed to produce OO scale models of the Class 24/0 and Class 24/1 disc headcode locomotives as part of the Bachmann Branchline range and four versions will be offered initially. The new tooling incorporates a higher level of detail than ever before, with many separately fitted details such as the roof panels, which create the distinct undercut seen on the prototype, etched cab ventilator grilles, highly detailed bogies and numerous era-specific parts. SOUND FITTED versions of each will be available, with standard versions also featuring a pre-fitted speaker along with the 21 Pin
DCC decoder socket.


Alongside the new Class 24s, the LMS Compound appears in the much-requested LMS Crimson Lake livery, whilst SOUND FITTED versions of the new LNER V2s are also announced. Following the launch of the highly acclaimed Bachmann Branchline Class 20/3s, a further example is introduced in Harry Needle Railroad Company as No. 20314, providing the perfect partner to No. 20311, which arrived during Spring 2021.

 

The extensive range of Bachmann Branchline OO scale rolling stock also expands with the addition of BR Mk2F coaches in the popular InterCity Swallow livery. These state-of-the-art models are also available with lights – including interior, door interlock and tail lamp lights – all of which are controlled via the built-in DCC decoder.


There are new rolling stock options for OO9 scale too, with a steel-bodied bogie coach which appears in two attractive liveries; Maroon & Cream or Lined Green.


Further structures join the Scenecraft range with N scale offerings including the 1930s Semi Detached Houses plus a Fire Station and Police Station, both in Low Relief. The Semi Detached Houses also appear in OO scale, in Low Relief format, whilst a new Railway Stables set comprises three buildings inspired by those found at Bricklayers Arms station.


Details of every new item for Summer 2021 can be found in the British Railway Announcements Catalogue, produced as part of the Bachmann Times and available exclusively to members of the Bachmann Collectors Club.

 

 

Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge

 

31-934 OO LMS 4P Compound 1119 LMS Crimson Lake (LMS) 214.95

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32-415 OO Class 24/0 D5036 Disc Headcode BR Green (Small Yellow Panels) 179.95

32-415SF OO Class 24/0 D5036 Disc Headcode BR Green (Small Yellow Panels) 279.95

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32-416 OO Class 24/0 24035 Disc Headcode BR Blue 179.95

32-416SF OO Class 24/0 24035 Disc Headcode BR Blue 279.95

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32-443 OO Class 24/1 D5094 Disc Headcode BR Green (Late Crest) 179.95
32-443SF OO Class 24/1 D5094 Disc Headcode BR Green (Late Crest) 279.95

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32-444 OO Class 24/1 97201 'Experiment' Disc Headcode BR RTC (Original) 179.95
32-444SF OO Class 24/1 97201 'Experiment' Disc Headcode BR RTC (Original) 279.95

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35-126A OO Class 20/3 20314 Harry Needle Railroad Company 179.95
35-126ASF OO Class 20/3 20314 Harry Needle Railroad Company 279.95

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35-200SF OO LNER V2 4791 LNER Lined Green (Original) 329.95

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35-201SF OO LNER V2 60845 BR Lined Black (Early Emblem) 329.95

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35-202SF OO LNER V2 60847 'St Peter's School' BR Lined Green (Late Crest) 329.95

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37-510 OO 24T Ore Hopper 'Cadbury Bournville' Yellow 25.95

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37-511 OO 24T Ore Hopper 'Stanton' Red 25.95

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37-576D OO BR 45T TTA Tank Wagon 'Esso' Grey 32.95

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38-778A OO 14T Class A Anchor-Mounted Tank Wagon 'National Benzole' Silver [W] 34.95

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39-653 OO BR Mk2F FO First Open BR InterCity (Swallow) 69.95

39-653DC OO BR Mk2F FO First Open BR InterCity (Swallow) 94.95

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39-678 OO BR Mk2F TSO Tourist Second Open BR InterCity (Swallow) 69.95

39-678DC OO BR Mk2F TSO Tourist Second Open BR InterCity (Swallow) 94.95

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39-702 OO BR MK2F BSO Brake Second Open BR InterCity (Swallow) 69.95

39-702DC OO BR MK2F BSO Brake Second Open BR InterCity (Swallow) 94.95

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39-755A OO BR Mk1 POT Post Office Stowage Van BR Blue & Grey 59.95

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Bachmann Narrow Gauge 009

 

394-001 OO9 Steel Bodied Third Bogie Coach Maroon & Cream 44.95

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394-002 OO9 Steel Bodied Third Bogie Coach Lined Green 44.95

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N Gauge Scenecraft

 

42-0040 N Toilet Block 19.95

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42-0505 N 6' Garden Fencing (x10) 9.95

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42-134 N 1930s Semi Detached Houses 38.95

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42-240 N Low Relief Fire Station 23.95

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42-271 N Low Relief Police Station 29.95

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42-542 N Concrete Platform Lamps (x4) 14.95

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OO Gauge Scenecraft

 

44-0147 OO Railway Stables 69.95

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44-0148 OO Railway Stables Tack Room 44.95

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44-0149 OO Railway Stables Keeper's House 44.95

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44-0157 OO Two Road Stone Engine Shed 119.95

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44-0206 OO Low Relief 1930s Semi Detached Houses 49.95

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44-0211 OO Low Relief Hamilton Toy Museum 54.95

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44-0510 OO Ballast Bins (x2) 5.95

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44-503 OO Welded Storage Tank 17.95

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  • AY Mod changed the title to Bachmann Summer 2021 - New products - New 24/0
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Excellent - plenty of money saved here.

 

Although I am now waiting for the response later today of another company that produces 24's in 1/76.2 scale............

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Hallelujah for the red Compound at last.

 

Price made me cough though.

 

Will have to make do with 1, not the 3 I wanted.

 

Edit. Just noticed this is only for class 24's. If Mr Mod can magic this away, please feel free.

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I am somewhat surprised to see another go at the Class 24/0. There are plenty of other diesels in Bachmann's tooling suite that are older and would benefit from an upgrade - Classes 42, early 47 and 55 in particular. The current 24/0, while not up to SLW standards, is perfectly acceptable, especially at its lower price point. Yes there are new 47s and 55s coming from Heljan and Accurascale, but Bachmann rightly doesn't seem averse to competing with new models from other manufacturers.

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Well, I'm blowed!  I immediately recognised that OO Hamilton Toy Museum as the toy museum in Callander in the Trossachs, NW of Stirling.  It didn't seem a likely candidate for re-creation on modellers' railways across the land, but here it is!   

 

Wonderful - a lovely way to recognise a family run museum and business. 

https://thehamiltontoycollection.co.uk/

 

John Storey

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4 minutes ago, it's-er said:

Well, I'm blowed!  I immediately recognised that OO Hamilton Toy Museum as the toy museum in Callander in the Trossachs, NW of Stirling.  It didn't seem a likely candidate for re-creation on modellers' railways across the land, but here it is!   

 

Wonderful - a lovely way to recognise a family run museum and business. 

https://thehamiltontoycollection.co.uk/

 

John Storey


Was the two road engine shed - aka Whitby NER shed - done as part of the TMC range made for them by Bachmann or is it a Bachmann re-release? 

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Surprised to see another 24 but I guess natural progression from the 24/1. Nice to see the hnrc class 20 to partner the first release did expect another drs version (maybe even 20301 as the collectors club model) but ever mind.

MK2f in swallow livery at last!

 

I wonder if any products are on the evergreen!

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To have been a fly on the wall in the marketing meetings for the 24.... Oh dear.

 

No new 90's so to echo the sentiments above, wallet safe for a while. 

 

Watch the autumn new tool announcement be a Deltic *facepalm* 

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Nothing to whet the appetite and wallet breathes again.

 

No mention of any EFE Rail releases. Will it be another quarter without anything ?

 

All the best

Ray

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Lots of information - thank you.

 

I notice the V2 cab pony truck has non-flanged wheels aka Hornby, instead of the previous floating flanged wheel set-up of Bachmann.

 

Al.

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Was excited about the swallow liveried Mk2’s but the excitement quickly turned to gutted when I saw the price. Best part of £100 each for one coach, I just simply can’t afford to buy a rake. By the time I save up for them they will be released and no doubt sold out straight away. And £32 for a single TTA??? Ah well.

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27 minutes ago, LaGrange said:

Excellent - plenty of money saved here.

 

Although I am now waiting for the response later today of another company that produces 24's in 1/76.2 scale............

Now that would be interesting but it's common knowledge that they are intending to do further runs of skinhead 24's at some point but they are currently concentrating on the headcode box variants and the 25's

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Very pleased with the 24/0. Just bought the 24/1 which is excellent but has made the misshaped roof of my Bachmann original 24 and 25 all the more obvious. I don't think this does compete with the SLW version - some overlap but largely the SLW is aimed at a different market.  I'll happily support my local model shop and buy a Bachmann 24/0 from them.

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I am overwhelmed with how underwealmed I am about the N scale announcements.

 

Some nice buildings yes but err that's it again whilst once more, OO gets all the shiny new toys...

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16 minutes ago, The Black Hat said:


Was the two road engine shed - aka Whitby NER shed - done as part of the TMC range made for them by Bachmann or is it a Bachmann re-release? 

Yes, I'm sure that's the engine shed TMC commissioned a few years ago. The giveaway is the cut out in the corner of the separate office, where it fits into the main shed building.

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Does seem a little surprising that there's not a single N gauge item of stock, not even a re-livery.

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A red Compound.  Am I hallucinating?

Intercity Mk2fs.  Nice.

Class 24 unexpected but also of interest, and I doubt SLW are too worried as they have plenty of new stuff on finals.

Interesting announcements.  Now Barwell, where's that Class 310 seeing as you've finally got round to the Crimson Rambler?

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21 minutes ago, 60800 said:

To have been a fly on the wall in the marketing meetings for the 24.... Oh dear.

 

No new 90's so to echo the sentiments above, wallet safe for a while. 

 

Watch the autumn new tool announcement be a Deltic *facepalm* 

 

Why? They will probably sell many times more than the "rival" model which you can't even buy as they are never in stock.....

 

I was after a 24081. Never seen one. Where are they all? Oh they made a limited run of about 10 which were all sold to "friends". Yes, I'm slightly exaggerating, but with the other manufacturer it's like you need to know the secret knock in order to get things.

 

So as good as it may be, I'll now buy a Bachmann version in BR Blue as at least you can buy them!

 

 

Jason

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