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  • Bob G
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    An early 73/0 in green and 73/1 in blue small yellow panel would be nice. You've done these in OO but never in N

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  • Andy Hebden
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    It'd be nice but it wouldn't be easy!

  • philiprporter
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    N-gauge 73/9 in Caledonian sleeper midnight teal please!

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  • Andy Hebden
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    With the versatile 73s spreading their ED wings across the network in their (not so) twilight years, and given the wide range of liveries on show, I think a new high spec 73 would be great. And, alas, expensive.

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  • JeremiahBunyan
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    Black looks good on everything. And I loved the Fragonset livery.

  • JeremiahBunyan
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    I know it's not really a feasible option, but I sincerely hope that at some point in the future Dapol will re-tool or update the N gauge Class 71. The model will so greatly benefit from wire handrails, working lights and some finer details.

    Also I quite like the Class 71 in Engineers Grey livery (thanks Andy and Caderrail).

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  • Andy Hebden
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    I saw 73108 in thoroughly dull grey at Stewart's Lane: https://flic.kr/p/5VBR8U

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  • carderrail
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    I think a few also ran in Engineering Grey (73 106/73 136?)..... probably too obscure would be the Merseyrail livery.

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  • carderrail
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    You are reading my mind....

  • Andy Hebden
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    Original as-new - fresh out of the box!

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  • JeremiahBunyan
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    I don't recall seeing an N gauge one in "Electric Blue" if that's the correct term? How about that?

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  • Andy Hebden
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    That would be nice.
    Or this short-lived variant from 1967: https://flic.kr/p/aUgKXx

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  • JeremiahBunyan
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    Fragonset Railways Class 73?

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  • Andy Hebden
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    Indeed. Both variants of the 73/9s would be interesting too.
    Last edited by Andy Hebden; 16 April 2017, 13:33.

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  • chriswrightmk
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    Network Rail livery is quite striking if not too many modifications

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