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Press Statement

Bachmann Europe Plc has today issued the following statement to clarify the position regarding two of its forthcoming models in the Graham Farish N Gauge range.

Development work on the Class 150 is now proceeding apace following completion of the drawings. This applies also to the OO gauge model being produced in parallel.

The Class 101 requires a new chassis and samples should be available towards the end of the year. This is the last of the original Graham Farish models to be reintroduced and over the last 7 years Bachmann have extensively re-engineered the old range. Bachmann can now concentrate fully on expanding the Graham Farish range with an exciting programme of new models.

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QUOTE (Dennis David @ 16 Apr 2007, 23:46) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>I just cannot believe why N-Scale is not more popular in the UK. It would seem a perfect match for your smaller spaces.

It may be hard to believe but not all of us live in rabbit hutches !

Don't forget also that "end to end" type layouts are very popular in the UK as well.

N is far too small for many of us anyway, not to mention the lack of accessories, figures, building & so on to go with it - & that's without the nightmare of trying to fit decoders................
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