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Bachmann & Graham Farish 2018 announcements

Discussion in 'Model Railways' started by Paul.Uni, Jan 7, 2018.

  1. Paul.Uni

    Paul.Uni New Member

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    The Bachmann and Graham Farnish announcements were made today. Full info http://www.rmweb.co.uk/community/index.php?/topic/129822-bachmann-announcements-2018-full-list/

    The new models are:
    Bachmann OO Gauge

    • NER Class E1/LNER J72 0-6-0 Tank (ALL NEW TOOLING, NOT PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED VERSIONS)
    • GNR C1 Class Atlantic 4-4-2 (NOT PREVIOUSLY IN MAIN RANGE)
    • LB&SCR H1 Class Atlantic 4-4-2
    • Railway Operating Division 2-8-0
    • LNER Class V2 2-6-2 (ALL NEW TOOLING, NOT PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED VERSIONS)
    • Class 251 Western Pullman (REVISED TOOLING TO CAB FRONT)
    • Class 25/1 and 25/2 Diesel Locomotives
    • Class 159 DMU
    • Class 168/3, 170 and 171 DMU
    • SR Bulleid coaches, includes: Semi-Open Brake Third, Corridor Composite, Corridor Third and Brake Composite
    • Parrot Wagon
    Bachmann OO9 Gauge
    • Quarry Hunslet 0-4-0STs
    • Ashover Railway Coaches
    • Talyllyn Railway Slate Wagons
    Graham Farish N Gauge
    • SR N Class (REVISED TOOLING)
    • Class 31 (REVISED TOOLING)
    • Class 47 LONG RANGE FUEL TANK VERSIONS (NEW TOOLING)
    • Class 251 Western Pullman (REVISED TOOLING TO CAB FRONT)
    • Class 158
    • Class 450
     
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  2. ... and a revised RRP heading swiftly towards the £1000 mark. Who knows, it may even surpass it by the time it arrives?
     
  3. cymroglan

    cymroglan New Member

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    I thought I’d give this post a nudge rather than start a new one. Do we have any inkling when the Quarry Hunslets are likely to be released? Thanks!
     

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