Category Archives: new release
The first public image of the CAD’s for the 4mm scale class 104 DMU have been released today. With several detail differences to be produced this is good to see progress on this project which has suffered delays due to … Continue reading
Earlier today Peco released the following Peco Tv presentation. Within it there’s interesting news on the progress of the bullhead range, and development of the factory facilities.
Here we are, more Pannier shenanigans! This time it’s a personality swap! A few of the 94xx’s had tank fillers in different positions, a couple of feet further back than normally associated with the class. There’s not many of them … Continue reading
It’s an unconventional title for an unconventional book. Written and illustrated by Geoff Kent, (builder of the above scene), it takes a look at the everyday scene, with emphasis on capturing architecture, and signage and infrastructure that is gradually becoming … Continue reading
If ever you wanted to know how to capture the functional, brooding mass of the last pannier, this is it. Bachmanns 94XX. The first thing that struck me on opening the box, (no video, sorry about that), is it just … Continue reading
It’s not often the hobby gets a bit of a kick up the arse with a new release, and throws a little bit of controversy in for good measure, but Hattons are showing the potential to do just that, with … Continue reading
O GAUGE GOES ELECTRIC!HELJAN ‘73/1’ IN DEVELOPMENT FOR 2022 All-new O gauge Class 73/1 electro-diesel will feature plug-and-play DCC interface, new lighting features and a wide range of authentic detail variations covering the entire career of this enduringly popular Southern Region class. Bi-mode trains are all … Continue reading