They will now be manufactured with all new Mk1 bogies and correct diameter wheels. Incidentally these will be the bogie and wheel arrangement which will feature on the upcoming Suburban coaches. They will also now be produced with brass bars on the inside of the windows, see below for the most up to date CAD pictures now up on the website. They are expected to arrive into shops by the end of February 2019.
-Blood & Custard
-Chocolate & Cream
-Blue & Grey (Transfers available for 'Newspapers' or 'Express Mail')
-Departmental (Olive Green)
-Full Blue (Transfers available for 'Newspapers' or 'Express Mail')
-Royal Mail (early)
-Royal Mail (Later)
More details can be found on the Ellis Clarke website here, Pre-orders are now available also.
Accurscale have recently turned there attention to the O Gauge Market after a successful dabble in the OO market. There first wagon which is destined to be the HOP 24/HUO wagon. These are going to be great value and are due later in February!
Taken from the Accurascale Facebook
'Our first O gauge project, the HOP 24/HUO hopper wagon is now complete and is making its way from China to our warehouse! We will have them in stock and we will be dispatching orders towards the end of next week! We're very excited to see them come into stock!
Order yours now for delivery to your layout or collection in early February! With an attractive price of £49.95 per wagon, along with some incredible value rake deals and bundles, these promise to be the highly detailed, best value rolling stock items on the O Gauge market, available exclusively from us here at Accurascale'
If your interested in purchasing these wagon's please head over to their website today and pre-order yours now!
Adding to there growing range of containers. On the heals of the 20ft and soon to be released 30ft Containers Buzz Models will be releasing the 10ft Caboose. As you can see it will be a multi piece kit and will be out of different materials to be you a highly detailed kit.
They stem from the BR days and was designed and introduced as guards refused to travel in the back cab of locos. BR wouldn't supply a brake van for container trains. So to combat it they made this and it was basically a container with a few windows and a chair and desk. The ride was unsprung and terrible so it got pulled rather quick. The real thing resides in the NRM to this day
Price is to be confirmed.
The beginning of the week saw Lionheart Trains, in collaboration with Dapol LTD release the first images of the painted samples of the BR MK1's that the two companies are producing together.
These Images are something special and show that the level of the detail to expect within the stock which is due out later this year.
All details on these coaches can be found on the Lionheart Trains website by clicking here