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Lima model railway locomotive Class 59 EWS Livery

This is a well detailed, well built, good handling model. It has great low speed control as well as a very high top speed. The class 59 is almost identical to the class 66. This model came with detailing parts, from extra pipe lines to realistic couplings so it could be displayed without the model

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HornbyTrainsTornado Express Locomotive Train Pack, Model Railways

Inspired by such named trains that are seen being hauled by �Tornado�, this Hornby train pack features “Tornado” in BR Brunswick green with the early BR Totem clearly seen on the tender. Also worthy of note is the distinctive lipped chimney adding even more character to this icon of determination. Class: A1 Designer: Arthur Peppercorn

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Hornby Model Train BR 4-6-0 Standard 4MT 75000 Class – BR (S&DJR)

Class: 75000 Designer: R. A. Riddles Entered Service: 1951 Number Built: 80 Purpose: Mixed Traffic Wheel Configuration: 4-6-0 Motor: 5 Pole Skew Wound. Loco Drive DCC Ready: DCC Ready Livery: BR (S&DJR) Finish: Pristine http://www.hornby.com/shop/locomotives/steam-locomotives/dcc-ready-steam-locomotives/r3016-br-4-6-0-standard-4mt-75000-class-br-sanddjr/ Special Features Sprung Buffers Extensive Detail DCC Decoder Socket in Tender Brake rods Sliding cab roof hatch Loco drive NEM

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Garden Railway FAQs

Garden railroading is the art of combining a model railroad and a beautiful garden to create a railway-like atmosphere. The difference between a traditional indoor layout and a garden railway is the difference between realism and reality. Indoors, the goal is to create the illusion of reality through the use of artificial materials — mountains

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