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Hmm, not much in the rolling stock line, except possibly a couple of Maunsell coaches.

However I can certainly see a couple of series 1 Land Rovers being acquired.

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Yes. Having looked at the cataloge, R4314 is a TGS in Intercity livery, whereas Hornby's description sounds more like the Maunsell. We'll just have to wait and see: was the catalogue number the typo or was the description in error?
 

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When did you last see a series 1 in Chelsea - unless it got seriously lost!


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I won't ask what was distracting you!!


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Mind you that will teach me to make a statement like that - I should have known that someone would then spot one..............

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QUOTE (SRman @ 15 May 2008, 10:36) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>... Wot? A distraction??


No - a Land Rover of course


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QUOTE (Tonyperks @ 15 May 2008, 21:29) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>I like the look of the car transporter is this the old triang model re-released or some-thing else?

Not sure but I think itt's the old Lima one.

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Looks like the May/June releases are going to be delayed by the problems in China.

I tried to order the BR Blue/grey Class 101 and 121 and was told by several dealers that they wont be in shops until end of June.
 

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QUOTE (BRITHO @ 16 May 2008, 08:26) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Not sure but I think itt's the old Lima one.

The old Lima one was a single wagon on two bogies, this one appears to be two wagons on three bogies.
 

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QUOTE (hairyhandedfool @ 21 May 2008, 10:49) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>The old Lima one was a single wagon on two bogies, this one appears to be two wagons on three bogies.
He's right the artic car transporter has occasionally been in the Hornby range for years, last produced in orange a few years back, not sure when it first appeared but it definitely pre-dates the Lima acquisition.
 

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Paul/Hairy,

Sorry guys you're quite right - I really should have looked closer at the photo!

(departs hanging head in shame!)

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