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any body know where to get wagons that carry shipping containers?

I checked the hornby catalouge but could not see them......only the actual containers themeselves
 

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QUOTE (pete @ 23 May 2007, 22:39) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>any body know where to get wagons that carry shipping containers?

I checked the hornby catalouge but could not see them......only the actual containers themeselves
I believe that www.bachmann.co.uk is one place look for OO scale, (but perhaps there are others?):

July/Aug 37-303 Intermodal Bogie Wagon With 45ft. Containers 'ASDA' (X2) £ 28.40
July/Aug 37-304 Intermodal Bogie Wagon With 45ft. Containers 'Malcolm Logistics' (X2) £ 28.40
July/Aug 37-305 Intermodal Bogie Wagon With 45ft. Containers 'DHL' (X2) £ 28.40
tick 37-315 Intermodal Flats (Pair) Without Containers Black £ 20.20
tick 37-316 Intermodal Flats (Pair) Without Containers Green (Weathered) £ 21.25

Specifically here: http://www.bachmann.co.uk/prod1.php4?prod_...line&prod=5

Hope this helps,
Goedel
 

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Pete

In what scale did you want them? N or 00

00 - Bachmann do the EWS Container wagons with containers on them. they also do the containers seperatly. hattons have the seperate conainers on offer at the moment. Hornby do the Freightliner ones but they are an old tooling and it does show.

N - Farish are doing the same in N as the Bachmann 00 ones. Dapol are doing the ones used by DRS and GBRf (?) and Freightliner (?) and extra conatiners. the dapol ones are due 4th quarter, and god only knows when the Farish ones will be released.

there is also a company called C-Rail (http://www.c-rail-intermodal.co.uk/) they have kits for both N and 00 containers

Hope this helps

Alistair
 

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QUOTE (alibuchan @ 23 May 2007, 23:38) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>there is also a company called C-Rail (http://www.c-rail-intermodal.co.uk/) they have kits for both N and 00 containers
That's who I was thinking of but couldn't remember the name of...


I imagine that if you tried Hornby first then you want OO? However for completeness Maerklin do them in Z!

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QUOTE (goedel @ 23 May 2007, 22:43) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>I imagine that if you tried Hornby first then you want OO? However for completeness Maerklin do them in Z!

Goedel

That just shows i should read the post properly before answering!!

Alistair
 
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