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Spotted! ‘Saltire’ Mk.2f coaches from Hornby | Hornby’s new OO-gauge Mk.2f coaches in the current ScotRail ‘Saltire’ livery, as operated on the Fife Circle, make the perfect companion to the Dapol Class 68, writes Nigel Burkin.
More Peckett perfection from Hornby | Hornby’s decision to produce the Peckett B2 0-6-0ST industrial tank locomotive in OO gauge is a smart follow-up to the successful W4 0-4-0ST model released a couple of years ago. Nigel Burkin discovers how the new industrial shunter measures up.
Union Pacific ‘BigBoy’ 60th anniversary | Rivarossi re-issues its Union Pacific ‘Big Boy’ 4-8-8-4 locomotive as UP No. 4014 to commemorate 150 years since completion of the first trans-continental railway in the USA and the 60th anniversary of the locomotive’s retirement from active service in 1959.
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