Bachmann Europe Plc has released further models in the Underground Ernie series of toy trains in good time to make Santa's busy delivery schedule.
Two train packs have been released in the form of Bakerloo (UE202) and Victoria (UE203). Each train pack comprises of a powered car and trailer and faithfully replicates the trains from the popular television series created by Joella Productions. Both train packs have a recommended retail price of £34.99.
Also released is International Station (UE 301) which includes platforms, arched canopy supported on six columns, four figures including the Mayor, seats, information monitors, loudspeakers, lamps, poster boards, trees and retail kiosks. The station provides plenty of play value and retails at £27.95.
Graham Hubbard, Managing Director of Bachmann Europe Plc said "Underground Ernie is important for the future of model railways. It is a growing global brand that we are proud to be part of and one that will introduce many youngsters to the delights of owning and operating a train set. As the programmes start to appear in other countries, then we have everything in place to cope with the demand. We will be adding further trains later this month".
Thought: I wonder if they will produce 'Metro Michel' for the French and 'Subway Sam' for the Americans?