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This page was last updated on
10 October 2020

Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge Models

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Graham Farish N Gauge Model Railways
Super Neo Magnets
Large range of N and OO scale Card Building Kits
Model Scene Range of 4mm Accessories (formerly marketed under the MERIT trade name)
Ratio Plastic Kits on OO and N Gauges

SPECIAL OFFERS

EFE Buses 

Exclusive First Editions have a wide range of 1/76th scale die-cast vehicles including buses, coaches, lorries and London Underground tube trains.
Bachmann recently acquired EFE and as a result we are now able to offer the full range of these excellent vehicles.  As a special introductory offer, we have a limited number of buses with local connections at very special prices.

EFE E18011 Daimler Fleetline Derby City Transport

ONLY 18.95 +p&p each (normal RRP 32.75) 


LAST ONE

EFE E20444 Bristol VR III Mansfield & District

ONLY 14.95 +p&p each (normal RRP 24.75)



LAST ONE

EFE E27508 Wright Volvo Renown Midland Classic

ONLY 18.95 +p&p each (normal RRP 32.75)

EFE E24906 Bristol RELH Lincolnshire White Scunthorpe

ONLY 12.75 +p&p each (normal RRP 19.95)

ORIGINAL PAINTING

"THE GREAT BEAR"
by Peter Annable (Guild of Railway Artists)
This is an ORIGINAL PAINTING, NOT a PRINT.

(For further, higher resolution images, click on the painting above)

The first British Pacific locomotive built in 1907 and designed by G.J.Churchward.
The engine was rebuilt as a "Castle" Class 4-6-0 locomotive in 1924.

This painting has been produced using an airbrush and the fine detail has to be seen to be believed.  It was produced for the GW 150th Celebrations and was part of the subsequent travelling exhibition.

The painting is 580mm long and 175mm high and it is mounted in a frame measuring 780mm x 380mm.

495.00

This painting can be viewed in our workshop

 

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