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  • baister1
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    Some RTR timber wagons representing the current log trains hailed by the 66's and 56's!

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  • baister1
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    Re run of the FEA's and some of the nice shiny red DB Schenker MXA's

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  • bluedepot
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    good shout above for class b tank

    an updated TEA wagon even as the farish one is very old now?

    some other chemical tank maybe? the bogie ones that had chloride or something in them? they were white with a red stripe on them. don't know the tops code.


    tim

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  • AJS1
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    A Class B tank would be really good.

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  • robert shrives
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    Pre grouping Highland and other scottish lines would help a few and good source books available.
    I guess modernised GW bogie stock a good seller..
    a decent n redition of the class B tank - as in dapol/ airfix 00 kit often talked about
    departmentals - any and everything look to float boats - newest point carriers if you want a super model..
    robert

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  • Andy Dapol
    started a poll Future models. N Gauge Freight and wagons

    Future models. N Gauge Freight and wagons

    76
    Departmental
    43.42%
    33
    Private Owner
    18.42%
    14
    Era: 1800 - 1922 (Pre-grouping)
    10.53%
    8
    Era: 1923 - 1947 (GWR, LMS, SR & LNER)
    22.37%
    17
    Era: 1948 - 1966 (BR 'Crested')
    39.47%
    30
    Era: 1967 - 1971 (BR Blue Pre-TOPS)
    19.74%
    15
    Era: 1972 - 1982 (BR Blue TOPS)
    21.05%
    16
    Era 1983 - 1994 (BR Sectors)
    26.32%
    20
    Era 1995 - Present Day (Privatisation)
    39.47%
    30
    We're interested in your thoughts for future models and will be posting a series of polls for each scale and category. This poll is for N gauge Wagons and freight, including departmental types.
    As a starting point we'd like to see your ideas on the type, motive power and era of models you would like to see produced. Ideas and discussions welcome!

    Thanks for your help!
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