Arrival of Hornby Magazine’s second batch of ‘OO’ gauge diesel brake tender models has been delayed during shipping on board vessel MOL TRUST. The new production run will not be available at the Great Electric Train Show this weekend as previously expected.
Pre-production decorated samples will be on display on the Hornby Magazine stand this weekend at the Marshall Arena (Arena MK) in Milton Keynes during the Great Electric Train Show.
On release the brake tenders will be available in BR green without yellow warning panels as B964039E (Cat No. HM-DBT-014), BR green with small yellow warning panels as B964065 (HM-DBT-015) and BR blue with split yellow ends as B964116 (HM-DBT-016). Each comes with turned metal wheels, small tension lock couplings in NEM pockets, lamps pre-fitted at both ends and optional dummy couplings for the bufferbeams. Production is limited to 500 pieces on each colour scheme.
The price per wagon is £34.99. Keep watching the Hornby Magazine website or Key Publishing Shop for the latest information. Alternatively sign up to the Hornby Magazine newsletter via this website and you will be informed via e-mail when they arrive in our warehouse.
August 2019The latest digital issue of Hornby Magazine features 156 pages of modelling content plus three videos to watch within the app. We also have an exclusive competition to win a Heljan Class 33/1 and a Kernow 4-TC combination, stunning layouts, reviews of the Hornby ‘OO’ gauge ‘A1’ 0-6-0T and Bulleid 59ft carriages plus Heljan’s new Class 37/4 for ‘O’ gauge and one of the latest Lynton and Barnstaple 2-6-2Ts for ‘OO9’ narrow gauge.
Features include a step-by-step guide to weathering Accurascale Cemflo wagons, modelling inset track, York train formations from the BR blue era as well as a guide to installing sound in the Hornby GWR 2-8-2T. Feature layouts include the outstanding 4mm scale model of Bournemouth West set in the BR era, Murton - a light railway which never leaves home modelled in ‘OO’ gauge, a compact steelworks micro layout and a first behind-the-scenes look at the magazine’s new ‘O’ gauge garden railway project. Don’t miss it!