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Discussion in 'Model Railways' started by 34014, Nov 7, 2010.

  1. 34014

    34014 New Member

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    Ok lads it's nearly Crimbo, so what are we going to get from the RTR makers next year? Any inside info' about?
     
  2. Martin Perry

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    ...still waiting on 34107!!!
     
  3. eddief

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    Bachmann 2EPB, S&D 2-8-0 (if slips from this year), Johnson 3F, 70, 85 and 350
    Hornby - LNER B17

    Those will probably be the starters, apart from that I doubt we will see any announcements untill xmas (Hornby) and March (Bachmann)
     
  4. ADB968008

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    71000 ? :)

    on the foreign front, I heard Roco may be making a PKP Ty2 (BR 52) and a ST44 in modern colours.
     
  5. David-Haggar

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    I'm still waiting for 34107, but in terms of new engines I'd love to have 32424, an H class and an Adams Radial.
     
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    I'm also waiting for 34107, and some people are probably STILL waiting for 30901 Winchester, which was announced almost two years ago! I hope Hornby get their act together and sort out their logistical problems soon... As for me, I'd like to see either a U class or S15 produced by one of the manufacturers- it's about time we had more of the Southern's medium-strength mixed traffic and heavy freight locomotives.
     
  7. lewis.maddox

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    Q6 and a Dukedog for me... :D

    Lewis
     
  8. conireland

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    71000 or an S160 would do me :D
     
  9. ADB968008

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    S160 is being produced, I understand by Athearn but in only HO.
     
  10. DLPG

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    A Q6 and a J27 for me. Two of the most important locos for any North East layout
     
  11. Oakfield

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    I would like the items already announced in 2009/10 to be produced and delivered!
     
  12. Sam_82C

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    I would like to see a GWR Star Class and a Saint in Atlantic form! As well as Industrials such as Manning Wardle and Andrew Barclay
     
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    Will be interesting to see what's at Warley this weekend.....
     
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    I wouldn't mind seeing the Bachmann Panniers in the roundel livery (vested interest to me of course), it's the only livery they haven't covered yet!! We did have the blue Stephenson Clarke version and there's and NCB one on the way, but the roundel would complete the GW/BR set.
     
  15. The Black Hat

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    K1, J21 and a Q6 for steam..... chances arent good.... though would be nice.

    Class 67 retooled for diesel and a new 156 for units.
     
  16. Oakfield

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    I suggest two BR liveried A4's ; Empire of India to complete ,the 'Commonwealth' setand 'Bittern' , as preserved, with double tender.
     
  17. ADB968008

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    Hornby does has a tooling for a double tender.
     
  18. Oakfield

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    Precisely, and as they will have had to revisit it for the 'Flying Scotsman America' set it would make commercial sense to use it on 'Bittern'.
     
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    Waiting for Bachmann to release their new 57xx Pannier tank in GWR livery.
     
  20. ADB968008

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    N7 ? to complement the L1.
     

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