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QUOTE (Doug @ 10 Feb 2008, 11:24) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>My obvious question was: "Will Hornby use this manufacturing technique to produce a British model", he replied: "Why not". He went on to say that Hornby have considered this idea and there is a good chance that they will produce an edition as an experiment for the British market. Obviously selecting a suitable model that would benefit from this particular manufacturing method.
Excellent question, promising answer!

The ROD would be an ideal candidate. Fairly small boilered, so it can use all the weight it can get to drag a long line of wooden minerals. Think of the inside valve gear in motion between the frames visible under the boiler. But if they want to do an 'eye-candy spectacular' there is the LNER P2...
 
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