I finally got my Hornby Brush type 3 in BR green and boy was it an eye opener. It would have to be the quietest running diesel I've never heard apart from steel wheels on nickel silver rail. Lovely detailed cab but no crew, guess they went for a cuppa. Nice driven fan, cute but is it neccasary as I don't realy see it. Nicely detailed trucks, especially the speedo drive. Opening cab doors are a nice touch. The best bag of detail parts of any model but the crew are missing, must have went on strikeand the best feature apart from the nice PCB board which is reminiscent of the one fitted to the Trainorama 44class, NSWGR Alco diesel, except it's missing the speakers that are fitted to the 44class. I'd hasten a guess and say that they must be made in the same or next door factory, is the lightsWhat a supprise as there's nothing on the box and nothing in the instructions about lights and I didn't even notice them when I was fitting the decoder. After I had programmed it on Decoder Pro I happened to thumb the light button on my System One throttle and there they were white lights going forward with red lights at the rear and vice versa. Yes it's quite a model and it does bring back memories as it was the second loco I ever got when I was just a wee lad but it was Triang back then. Now if they make a Blue Pullman I'll then have the third loco I ever had when I was just a wee lad.