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Laser cut building kits (HO)
Noch have released some interesting new models including a range of laser cut building kits, pictured above and here below, these models are easily assembled. Made from card and glued with paper glue or similar.







Boats (HO)
A new range of small boats and crew designed to liven up your waterways. Family fishing, Canoes, Pedal boat & Dinghy.









Special purpose vehicles (HO)
Noch have expanded the range first presented in 2007 with 4 new vehicles. These are for static display only.









Coaches and carts (HO)
More classic horse drawn vehicles for older layouts.









More info from Noch in English here: http://www.noch.de/en/

These items can be obtained from your favourite Noch dealer. I do know that Ontracks do supply some Noch products and can probably order in what they don't have in stock.
 

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I have a sample of one of the Noch boats - the pedalo with two figures. If anyone with a relatively modern layout that has a lake or pond would like this then please send me a message and I'll send it along.

The condition is that you have to take a few photos of the model once installed and tell us what you think of it on the forums.
 

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Some nice products there, thanks Doug.

The horse drawn hearse could of course be used on a modern image layout.

It's surprising the amount of "odd" Noch figures that we sell to people for the little cameo scenes, such as the "Toilet Stories".
 

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QUOTE (Brian Considine @ 27 Jul 2008, 08:58) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Some nice products there, thanks Doug.

The horse drawn hearse could of course be used on a modern image layout.

I rather liked the fire engine - tee hee.

At first glance some of the buildings may be of use.

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QUOTE (alastairq @ 28 Jul 2008, 03:42) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>I think the actual layout/diorama is absolutely delightful.

now, is the track Fleischmann's Profligate track?

*** But check out the rail misalignment on the diamond top RHS track!

Richard
 

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QUOTE (Richard Johnson @ 28 Jul 2008, 03:42) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>*** But check out the rail misalignment on the diamond top RHS track!

Richard
Trust Richard to spot that !

Not too certain about the track - the ballast shoulders look too high for Fleischmann Profi. These diaramas are often about a metre long & nothing ever runs on them, they are constructed simply to show off the manufactures, in this case Noch's products.

Many of the German manufactures of scenics, buildings & accesories use Marklin track & rolling stock.
 

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QUOTE (BRITHO @ 27 Jul 2008, 18:27) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>I rather liked the fire engine - tee hee.

QUOTE (Brian Considine @ 28 Jul 2008, 11:07) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>For that I award you two hours of pumping with it in this weather with no beer till the end !

Oooh you're a hard man............

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