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My Fowler tank broke, the con-rod on the lefthand side buckled in somehow, So, my dad suggested I try a Bachmann loco, I had £38 in my savings box and the Loco was £35 (Special offer down at my local). I told the Owner that my Fowler tank broke, and he Promised to exchange it next tuesday
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Side view showing fine detail



Side on with Hornby crew and lamps.

The detailing is very fine but Hardy, I can touch the parts without fear of them falling off. It came with a bag of optional parts (Brake hoses) Which seem very hard to put on


I think it will look nice pulling two or three BR Western reigon MK1s
 

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Good luck getting the marks 1s I have been told that some Mk1s are being released in september, my advice get either a Composite a second corridor or open and a Brake second, or 2 second classs coaches and a brake composite. speaking of the former model I was upset to find bachmann do not have a planned release of the maroon version, Which i need
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QUOTE (Ben Manicom @ 26 Aug 2006, 18:32) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Good luck getting the marks 1s I have been told that some Mk1s are being released in september, my advice get either a Composite a second corridor or open and a Brake second, or 2 second classs coaches and a brake composite. speaking of the former model I was upset to find bachmann do not have a planned release of the maroon version, Which i need
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Tin o'paint, some lining, a little bit ov (!) luck and one Bachy Mk. 1...

Which coach do you mean? Maroon CKs, SKs, SOs and BCKs are all listed in the catalogue on-line
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