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Accurascale launches customer survey

Accurascale has launched an online customer survey to find out what ready-to-run items you might like to see produced in 4mm (‘OO’) and 7mm (‘O’) scales in the future. The short survey will also provide valuable feedback to gauge perception

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Revolution’s IWA for ‘OO’

Revolution Trains has revealed that its next ‘OO’ gauge ready-to-run project is the IWA bogie ferry van, which will also include the later log-carrying variant. Built in Germany in the late 1980s, these distinctive covered vehicles feature two-piece integral sides

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BLOG: The Lure of the West

There’s something magical about heading for the West Country. Maybe it’s the stunning scenery, the rugged coastline, clotted cream teas, Cornish pasties fresh from the oven – or perhaps it’s the prospect of a behind-the-scenes look at Britain’s westerly Traction

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BLOG: Winter Plans

I love this time of year. I know that may sound a little odd considering the heavy frosts we have had lately, but let me explain. The cold wintry weather means I can justify spending a few extra hours in

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Hornby reveals 2019 product range

Hornby Hobbies has revealed its new 2019 product range for ‘OO’ gauge model railways today, January 7, including five brand new locomotives, four new carriage sets and two new brake vans amongst a host of deliveries on its extensive catalogue

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BLOG: Last Minute Preparation

So, the dust has settled on another year of exhibition appearances, following outings for Grosvenor Square, Twelve Trees Junction and West Coast Cement – Hornby Magazine’s ‘OO’ gauge exhibition layouts. West Coast Cement is our most recent layout build, which

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Accurascale launches all-new ‘Deltic’ for ‘OO’!

Accurascale revealed its first British outline locomotive for ‘OO’ gauge at the Warley National Model Railway Exhibition today, November 24 2018, at the NEC in Birmingham – the English Electric Class 55 ‘Deltic’. The legendary fleet of ‘Deltics’, so called

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Rails of Sheffield plans NER autocar

Rails of Sheffield is working in association with Heljan to develop a ready-to-run ‘OO’ gauge model of the pioneering North Eastern Railway (NER) petrol-electric Autocars which were built in 1903. Two were built to a design by Vincent Raven and

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LNER ‘Toad’ vans get colour

Hornby has received the first decorated samples of its new ‘OO’ gauge London North Eastern Railway (LNER) ‘Toad B’ and ‘Toad E’ brake vans. Announced in the 2018 catalogue, four versions will be produced covering LNER and British Railways (BR)

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Works Peckett due September

The Peckett works-liveried ‘W4’ 0-4-0ST is due to arrive with Hornby during September offering a new choice of colour scheme for the popular industrial saddle tank. Priced at £99.99 it models ‘W4’ 560 in ex-works Peckett leaf green colour prior

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