The Standard OO prototype Deltic locomotive is back at the National Railway Museum - and this time you can buy it online.
Following the steaming success of the Prototype Deltic models released earlier in the year, the National Railway Museum (NRM) and Bachmann Europe Plc have once again joined forces to produce another 1000 miniatures of the historic locomotive available now for £110.
In January, 3000 of the working miniatures flew of the NRM's shelves within a matter of days. Now, a further 1000 models will be released via a brand new online shop which can be found at www.nrmstore.com, making the process of buying the models simpler and much faster.
The models went on sale earlier this month to coincide with the 40th Anniversary of the end of steam; fitting as it was the Deltic's success that rang the death knell for steam, which up until that time dominated Britain's railways. This year the model also comes with an enamel pin badge which has been designed for the NRM by REV Gomm and is exclusive to Deltic model purchasers.
See the Model Rail Forum review of the Deltic model here.
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