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Re: Graham Farish - Class 37's - Post 2000
« Reply #60 on: January 10, 2013, 10:22:43 pm »
Just received my 37 in EWS colours, excellent runner for the few mins it's had tonight. Can't wait for the metals sector one to arrive. I've even prepared a rake of wagons for it to pull already.

After its run in I'll comment further but so far so good.

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Re: Graham Farish - Class 37's - Post 2000
« Reply #61 on: January 20, 2013, 03:55:46 pm »
Having run this in now the loco is even better. It's so quiet and smooth. All you can hear is the sound of the rails.

Lights work both ways and correctly too, and pulling power is very good. Slow speed creep is getting better with use, currently 50 secs per yard of flexi without stalling. This is on dc with a single power feed.

Here is it coupled to some of Farish's superb Seacows.






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Re: Graham Farish - Class 37's - Post 2000
« Reply #62 on: March 01, 2013, 09:16:04 pm »
I just think that a layout isn't right if there's no 37. I'm gradually replacing my Poole versions (but not all) with the latest ones. Missed out somehow on 37431 but I'm hoping to pick it up somewhere. I'll just need to remove the name and it'll be perfect for the north of Scotland.

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Re: Graham Farish - Class 37's - Post 2000
« Reply #63 on: March 01, 2013, 09:37:06 pm »
I'm gradually replacing my Poole versions (but not all) with the latest ones.

Quite an expense and not one I will be taking. Let me know if you are reducing your stock, I need some Poole chassis.

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Re: Graham Farish - Class 37's - Post 2000
« Reply #64 on: June 08, 2013, 08:37:29 am »
I was about to buy 371452. Apart from weathering anyone know if the new model 371455 offers anything new that makes it worth waiting until october release ?

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Re: Graham Farish - Class 37's - Post 2000
« Reply #65 on: June 04, 2016, 01:00:57 pm »
Meh, split gear on 37238 (371-452, 2007 production) after being in storage for about a year...  :veryangry:
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Re: Graham Farish - Class 37's - Post 2000
« Reply #66 on: June 14, 2016, 12:03:49 pm »
The installed lighting is far far too bright. Tail lights in particular. Dapol's lights on HST and western plus Grafar Warship, Deltic and 47 are ok?
I dont fancy installing a resistor but may add a diffuser to the light tube?
NEVER paint a loco the same as carriages unless it's a Western or warship!

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Re: Graham Farish - Class 37's - Post 2000
« Reply #67 on: July 12, 2017, 02:07:54 am »
Picked up the 37 in Dutch livery. DCC ready. Ran it in 30 minutes, both ways. Smooth and very quiet right out of the box.

Hooked it up to 8 N gauge coaches...of course easy.

Added 11 North American N scale cars...still no problem.

Looks are crisp...beautiful.

Love the directional lighting.

I reserve the right to change my mind later, but right now this is a great model.
Spend as little as possible on what you need so you can spend as much as possible on what you want.

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Re: Graham Farish - Class 37's - Post 2000
« Reply #68 on: July 12, 2017, 07:30:48 pm »
I picked up my latest 37 recently, a dutch class 37, 37133.

I think its a cracking model but it is not as well finished as the previous release in dutch livery, 37035.

The yellow bodyside stripe seems a little unfinished (lacking in intensity) and has a fuzzy top edge compared to 37035 and the orange cantrail stripe is missing. Apart from that it runs well and looks the part..

Cheers
Mark

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Re: Graham Farish - Class 37's - Post 2000
« Reply #69 on: July 17, 2017, 04:24:14 pm »
I may have missed it in another post somewhere but if not, Kernow have commissioned Farish to make 37207 William Cookworthy in blue with all the Cornish Railways trappings in a limited edition of 512. Available soon, apparently!

 

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