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Bachmann Europe PLC announced this past week-end the next tranche of OO Scenecraft buildings at its Annual Trade Open Day. Development work on the buildings is well underway with delivery expected later this year.

Those announced were:

Cat No. Description

44-002 Washing Plant


44-011 Hampton North Signal Box (LNWR Type 5)


44-017 Modern Servicing Depot
(pictured above)

44-023 Concrete Footbridge


44-034 Hampton Lodge


44-037 Riveted Water Tank


44-040 Diesel Fuelling Point


44-505 Security Fence

The buildings have been produced in resin to a very high standard and include a number of railway lineside buildings and those from urban and industrial settings. All buildings are delivered ready painted and in some cases weathered and range from £12.95 to £54.95.
 

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Here are the dimensions of the new Scenecraft buildings




Cat No



Description



Length



Width



Height



Diameter


44-002


Wash plant


85mm


85mm


75mm


NA


44-011


Hampton North Signal Box (LNWR type 5)


14.5cms


6cms


9.5cms


NA


44-017


Modern servicing depot (TMD)


31cms


19cms


12cms


NA


44-023


Concrete footbridge


15.5cms


21.5cms


12cms


NA


44-034


Hampton Lodge


12cms


11.5cms


12.5cms


NA


44-037


Rivetted water tank


NA


NA


100mm


32mm


44-040


Diesel fuelling point


16.5cms


3cms


5.5cms


NA

NA = Not applicable
 

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Bachmann Scenecraft OO gauge road vehicles now available

Bachmann Europe have begun distributing a range of OO road vehicles under the Scenecraft name which have been produced in conjunction with Base Toys.

The following vehicles are now available from Bachmann dealers:

Cat No. Description

Lorries
44-600 Albion Chieftan Flatbed BRS red
44-601 Albion Chieftan Flatbed BRS red
44-602 Albion Lad Flatbed BRS red
44-603 Albion Comet Flatbed BRS red
44-604 Leyland Comet tipper BRS
44-605 Ford Thames dropsied lorry LT
44-606 Leyland Hippo box van BRS
44-607 Leyland Roadtrain unit and trailer
44-608 Leyland Roadttrain rigid
44-609 Guy Warrior rigid dropside
44-610 Guy Warrior rigid flatbed
44-611 Guy Warrior 4 wheel tipper
44-612 Thornycroft 6 wheel flatbed lorry
44-613 Thornycroft highsided tipper lorry
44-614 Thornycroft refuse truck
44-615 Dodge Parrot nose tipper
44-616 Leyland FG 4 wheel tipper
44-617 Leyland FG 4 wheel dropsied
44-618 Commer Superpoise 4 wheel flatbed
44-619 Commer Superpoise dropsied
44-620 Leyland Beaver Box Van in BRS meat livery
44-621 Thornycroft 6 wheel flatbed
44-622 Thornycroft 6 wheel dropsied
44-623 Thornycroft flatbed
44-624 Leyland FG4 drinks dray
44-625 Leyland Roadtrain 6 wheel box van
44-626 Leyland Roadtrain 6 wheel tanker
44-627 Commer Superpoise 6 wheel high sided tipper
44-628 Commer Superpoise with box trailer
44-629 Commer Superpoise 4 wheel dropsied
44-630 Dodge 4 wheel tipper
44-631 Dodge 4 wheel tanker
44-632 AEC Mercury 4 wheel box van

Cars

44-750 Rover 100 P4
44-751 Austin A40 Farina
44-752 Hillman Imp
44-753 Armstong Siddeley Whiteley
44-754 Cortina Mark 1
44-755 Riley Pathfinder
44-756 Standard Vanguard Phase 1
44-757 Standard Vangaurd Phase 3

The vehicles are delivered fully finished. Recommended Retail Price of all lorries is £5.95 and cars £2.95
 

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Bachmann Scenecraft enters the motor trade in N gauge

Bachmann Europe PLC announced this past week-end at its Annual Trade Open Days that the Scenecraft range is being extended to include motor vehicles in N gauge.

Those announced were:

Cat No. Description

379-900 Prefect
379-901 Anglia
379-902 Oxford
379-903 Cortina
379-904 Minor
379-905 Traveller
379-906 5cwt van
379-907 Mini
379-908 Capri
379-909 Taxi

The vehicles are delivered fully finished and have a recommended retail price of £4.85 for a pack of two cars.
 

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QUOTE (Doug @ 16 Jul 2008, 20:41) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Bachmann Scenecraft enters the motor trade in N gauge

Bachmann Europe PLC announced this past week-end at its Annual Trade Open Days that the Scenecraft range is being extended to include motor vehicles in N gauge.

Those announced were:

Cat No. Description

379-900 Prefect
379-901 Anglia
379-902 Oxford
379-903 Cortina
379-904 Minor
379-905 Traveller
379-906 5cwt van
379-907 Mini
379-908 Capri
379-909 Taxi

The vehicles are delivered fully finished and have a recommended retail price of £4.85 for a pack of two cars.

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Some impressive stuff - that shed looks very good indeed!

....Doug - As an expat for many many years who missed much of the evolution of UK road vehicles I am not alone in this request - could you perhaps suggest to bachmann that they should add "year of first production" or "produced 19xx to 19yy" to the description of their cars and trucks - its not easy getting the right vehicle for the right layout period without lots of research otherwise....

Richard
 

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QUOTE (Doug @ 16 Jul 2008, 13:40) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Bachmann Scenecraft OO gauge road vehicles now available

Bachmann Europe have begun distributing a range of OO road vehicles under the Scenecraft name which have been produced in conjunction with Base Toys.

Cars

44-750 Rover 100 P4
44-751 Austin A40 Farina
44-752 Hillman Imp
44-753 Armstong Siddeley Whiteley
44-754 Cortina Mark 1
44-755 Riley Pathfinder
44-756 Standard Vanguard Phase 1
44-757 Standard Vangaurd Phase 3

I seem to recall we discussed some of the above cars some time ago and I think it is fair to say the general feeling was they were rather disappointing. Having now seen some of the cars in the flesh I can say that some of them appear to have been on steroids - especially the Hillman Imp.

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At last - some modern era stuff!

The maintenance shed looks fantastic - such ready made buildings in OO have been ignored since the old Hornby Depot and Peco modern engine shed. Great stuff!

And I like the look of the washing plant.

The fuelling point looks a bit chunky and the roof a little too angled but it might just be the photo.

Well done Bachmann!
 
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