Every modeller no doubt has a ‘wish list’ of locos he or she wants to buy. Usually they are very long wish lists and of course I am no different. Every model I have reviewed thus far had previously featured on my list of desirables. Today, however, something different… Something of which I’m sure every other modeller has done too… The Impulse Purchase!
Let’s see if it’s any good…
Next up for review, something a little special: The Bachmann 25th Anniversary set (25-2014). No bonus points for deciphering that complicated product code!
I’m always a little behind the times with purchases, usually buying locos that have been out a while. This set however was released just a few months ago, and with internet analysis fairly sparse, this will be my most up-to-date review yet.
Featuring a Jubilee Class and Class 47, let’s take a closer look…
I have recently been on somewhat of a ‘modern image’ binge. As well as the Class 67 previously reviewed I’ve added to my collection by having a go at recreating the Virgin Charter Relief ‘Pretendolino’ (R2955) formation.
This was quite a well anticipated model and pack when it was originally released so let’s find out some more…
Next up for Review I’ve got a loco I’ve had in my collection for a couple of years now, the Hornby Railroad BR Class A1 Tornado 60163 (R3060). Despite a few flaws this is now one of my favourite steamers in my collection. Let’s find out why…
Next up for Review the Heljan Class 17 in BR Blue (Item no. 17081). I bought this a couple of months ago having never bought Heljan before, let’s check it out…
Class 17 – Image By Paul Miller
117 Class 17 Clayton Type 1 Diesel-Electrics were built in 1963 in Derby and spent the majority of their short life in the Scottish Regions.