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Graham Farish New Product Announcement - 2018 Full List
« on: January 07, 2018, 11:40:51 am »
BACHMANN 2018/19 RELEASES


Steam Locomotives
SR N Class (REVISED TOOLING)
The popular N class model by Graham Farish has seen revisions to the tender tooling to provide a Next 18 DCC decoder socket and space for Digital Sound to be fitted. This year sees the much requested southern livery fitted with smoke deflectors for the first time.
372-934DS N Class No. 1823 in Southern Railway Lined Maunsell Green (DCC Sound)
Revised Tender Tooling to enable Digital Sound fitting – factory fitted to this model. First Southern Railway liveried N Class to be produced with smoke deflectors
372-935 N Class No. 31810 in weathered BR Black (Late Crest) livery
Revised Tender Tooling incorporating Next18 DCC decoder socket and pre-fitted speaker for ease of Digital Sound installation


Diesel Locomotives
Class 31 (REVISED TOOLING)
Benefiting from an upgraded chassis from the refurbished class 31, we are pleased to offer the original class 31 with the same specification for ease of Digital Sound fitting.
371-111A Class 31 No. D5616 in BR Green livery with Small Yellow Panels
Revised Body and Chassis Tooling incorporating Next18 DCC decoder socket and pre-fitted speaker for ease of Digital Sound installation
371-112A Class 31 No. 31131 in BR Blue livery
Revised Body and Chassis Tooling incorporating Next18 DCC decoder socket and pre-fitted speaker for ease of Digital Sound installation
371-113 Class 31 No. 97204 in BR RTC Grey & Red livery
Revised Body and Chassis Tooling incorporating Next18 DCC decoder socket and pre-fitted speaker for ease of Digital Sound installation
Class 47 LONG RANGE FUEL TANK VERSIONS (NEW TOOLING)
This year we are adding to our range of class 47 models and are now going to offer an all new ‘extended range’ class 47. During the 1990s a number of class 47/4s were fitted with long range fuel tanks and RCH jumper cables for working mail and parcels trains, becoming class 47/7. Those locomotives fitted with just the extended fuel tanks for passenger work become class 47/8. We will be producing these locomotives for the first time with a ‘Crewe cut’ buffer beam
372-260 Class 47 No. 47814 'Totnes Castle' in Virgin livery
New Body Tooling and Revised Chassis Tooling incorporating Next18 DCC decoder socket and pre-fitted speaker for ease of Digital Sound installation
372-261DS Class 47 No. 47727 'Rebecca' in Colas livery (DCC Sound)
New Body Tooling and Revised Chassis Tooling to enable Digital Sound fitting – factory fitted to this model.


Diesel Multiple Units
Class 251 Western Pullman (REVISED TOOLING TO CAB FRONT)
Metropolitan Cammell (Birmingham) built 2 x six-car Pullman Diesel Multiple Units (TOPS code Class 251) between 1959 and 1960. The two six-car units worked between London St. Pancras and Manchester on the Blue Pullman service. Following electrification of the West Coast Main Line, Pullman services between London and Manchester transferred to the new electric railway for which new coaches were built. The two units were transferred to the Western Region in 1966 where they worked alongside 3 x eight-car units. The former Midland Region units were fitted with cables on the cab front to enable the two units to be coupled together and they received a revised BR livery adopted for Pullman services of grey and blue (reversed corporate livery). All Class 251 units were withdrawn in May 1973.
371-742 Western Pullman 6-Car Unit in Grey/ Blue British Rail Pullman livery
Revised Tooling to allow the later Western Region version of the 6-car former Blue Pullman unit to be modelled, as working on the Western Region of British Rail (1966 to 1973)
Class 158
165 x two-car and 17 x three-car units were built between 1989 and 1992 for the Regional Railways division of British Rail by British Rail Engineering Ltd at Derby. They have seen service with a considerable number of operators including current operators Abellio ScotRail, Arriva Trains Wales, East Midlands Trains, GWR, Northern and South Western Railway. This will be an all new model benefitting from our research conducted on the 4mm scale model.
371-850 Class 158 2-Car DMU No. 158849 in Regional Railways livery
New Tooling
371-851 Class 158 2-Car DMU No. 158711 in ScotRail (Saltire) livery
New Tooling


Electric Multiple Units
Class 450
The Class 450 is a member of the Siemens Desiro family for which Graham Farish already produce the Class 350 variants. The Class 450 EMUs were built by Siemens for South West Trains. A total of 127 four-car units are currently in traffic on South Western Railway long distance routes in and out of London Waterloo (since 20th August 2017).
371-725 Class 450 4-Car EMU No. 450073 in South West Trains livery
New Tooling
Other significant Graham Farish (N Scale) introductions
Train Sets and Collectors Editions
370-160 Castle Pullman Digital Sound Train Set
First Digital Sound train set in N Scale


Locomotives
371-985A Class 64xx Pannier Tank No. 6424 GWR Green
371-988 Class 64xx Pannier Tank No. 6419 BR Lined Green Late Crest Weathered
372-828 E1 Class No. 2173 NER Lined Green
As 00 item
372-825 LNER J72 No. 2313 LNER Lined Black
As 00 item
372-826 LNER J72 No. 68733 BR Black Early Emblem
As 00 item
372-827 LNER J72 No. 68696 BR Black Late Crest
As 00 item
372-429 WD Austerity 2-8-0 No. 79250 'Major-General Mc Mullen' LMR Blue
371-034A Class 20 No. 20156 BR Railfreight Red Stripe
371-249 Class 47/0 No. 47018 BR Railfreight
371-825C Class 47/0 No. D1779 BR Green
371-285A Class 55 No. D9009 ‘Alycidon’ BR Two-Tone Green Small Yellow Panel
371-288 Class 55 No. 55015 'Tulyar' BR Blue
First time a BR Blue liveried Deltic with white window surrounds has been modelled in N Scale
372-921 DP1 Light Blue & Cream Demonstrator
371-660 Class 57/6 No. 57603 'Tintagel Castle' GWR
371-887DS Class 108 3 Car DMU BR Green Speed Whiskers (DCC Sound)
371-885A Class 108 3 Car DMU BR Blue
371-888 Class 108 3 Car DMU BR White & Blue
371-432A Class 170/5 2 Car DMU No. 170501 London Midland
371-703 Class 350 4 Car EMU No. 350407 TransPennine Express


Coaches
374-163A BR Mk1 FK First Corridor Chocolate & Cream
374-064C BR Mk1 SK Second Corridor Chocolate & Cream
374-189C BR Mk1 BSK Brake Second Corridor Chocolate & Cream
374-082A BR Mk1 BCK Brake Second Corridor Chocolate & Cream
374-060D BR Mk1 SK Second Corridor Crimson & Cream
374-562 Hawksworth Corridor Composite BR Maroon
374-537 Hawksworth 2nd Class Corridor BR Maroon
374-512 Hawksworth BSK BR Maroon
374-586 Hawksworth Full Brake BR Maroon


Wagons
377-063 5 Plank Wagon Wooden Floor SR with Load
377-064 5 Plank Wagon Wooden Floor LMS with Load
377-476 China Clay Wagon BR Bauxite with Hood Weathered
377-429 12 Ton Southern Planked Ventilated Van BR Grey
377-430 12 Ton Southern 2+2 Planked Ventilated Van SR Brown
377-431 12 Ton Southern 2+2 Planked Ventilated Van LMS Grey
377-527C 20 Ton Brake Van BR Bauxite LNER Oxide
377-535A 20 Ton Brake Van BR Railfreight
377-375D 20 Ton Toad Brake Van GWR Grey
377-377A 20 Ton Toad Brake Van BR Bauxite (Early)
377-753 Midland 20 Ton Brake Van MR Grey
377-754 Midland 20 Ton Brake Van BR Grey (With Duckets) Weathered
377-255 16 Ton MCO Steel Mineral Wagon BR Grey Weathered
377-256 16 Ton Steel Mineral Wagon NCB Grey Weathered
377-281 27 Ton ZKV Steel Tippler Wagon BR Grey & Yellow Weathered
377-280 27 Ton Steel Tippler Wagon 'Lancashire Steel'
373-929 30 Ton Bogie Bolster Wagon LMS Grey with Load
373-903 46 Tonne glw HAA Hopper BR Railfreight
373-951B 46 Tonne glw HFA Hopper Mainline Weathered
373-627D 31 Ton OBA Open Wagon High Ends Plasmor Blockfreight
377-675B 100 Tonne JPA Cement Wagon VTG 'Lafarge Cement' Silver
377-676B 100 Tonne JPA Cement Wagon VTG 'Castle Cement' Grey


Accessories
36-565 Train Control and Transformer


Scenecraft (N Scale) ALL NEW MODELS
Scenecraft Buildings
42-0034 Depot Crew Room
42-0053 Servicing Point
42-0054 Depot Mess Room and Toilet
42-040 Fuelling Point
42-047 Hampton Hill Platelayers Hut
42-087 Bluebell Waiting Room 42-088 Sheffield Park Booking Office
42-089 Sheffield Park Station Canopy
42-090 Sheffield Park Waiting Room with Toilet 42-091 Sheffield Park Storeroom
42-093 Sheffield Park Footbridge
42-0056 Dutch Barn
42-202 Low Relief Front Terraced Houses
42-289 Low Relief Modular Mill Façade 42-290 Low Relief Modular Mill Entrance
42-511 Grounded Van Body
42-515 Greenhouse
42-580 Dry Stone Walling and Gate


Scenecraft Figures
379-322 Midland Pullman Stewards and Train Crew


Digital Control Systems
36-501 E-Z Command® Control Centre
« Last Edit: January 07, 2018, 03:17:50 pm by Tank »

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Re: Graham Farish New Product Announcement - 2018 Full List
« Reply #1 on: January 07, 2018, 11:59:40 am »
Interested in the 350 in TPE livery which one though ? early or later

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Re: Graham Farish New Product Announcement - 2018 Full List
« Reply #2 on: January 07, 2018, 12:04:11 pm »
Nowt new for SR unless you count a retooled N class, I've already made and fitted my own smoke deflectors; why am I not surprised????????
« Last Edit: January 07, 2018, 12:05:31 pm by Dorsetmike »
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Re: Graham Farish New Product Announcement - 2018 Full List
« Reply #3 on: January 07, 2018, 12:08:05 pm »
so lets see...

curious about the castle pullman digital sound set....

steam: - southern n class? yes thanks! and a new LMR WD? yes thanks!

Diesel:- alycidon i will take! 3 car sound 108? aye why not! class 170, 350 in tpe express, 450 in south west trains and a 158 in regional? may take 2 of them!

nothing in coaches for me, may get a rake of maroon hawksworths i dont know....

and the bluebell range of buidings from sheffield park? perfect for my layout at home!
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Re: Graham Farish New Product Announcement - 2018 Full List
« Reply #4 on: January 07, 2018, 12:10:19 pm »
yes nothing for the southern unless you want to shell out for the dcc sound version N class, a couple of versions of the olive  with / without sound would have been better , to run with the forthcoming birdcage stock

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Re: Graham Farish New Product Announcement - 2018 Full List
« Reply #5 on: January 07, 2018, 12:12:12 pm »
As I said on other thread,maroon Hawksworths good but I'll take the chocolate and cream SK.  :)

I do note the 370-160 Castle Pullman Digital Sound Train Set
First Digital Sound train set in N Scale, which will be interesting to see.

I welcome the n class in green but as it looks like it comes sound fitted maybe not for me.

Not much steam or transition era but then look back to last year with new coaches and locos announced. We can't have everything each year.

One day maybe dapol will produce the west country  :hmmm:

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Re: Graham Farish New Product Announcement - 2018 Full List
« Reply #6 on: January 07, 2018, 12:17:01 pm »
All

Appears to be be a bit of a consolidation year I welcome the new 158 tooling but the re-liveries and modern era wagons are a big let down second year in row no new toolings for wagons when they already have chassis the OTA is on paper a no brainer also no new class 37 re-liveries is a massive own goal given the popularity and appeal of these locos.
We can hope at least one of the big model shops does a 37 in a different livery from the list only the ZKV wagon in Dutch will tempt me from this range

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Re: Graham Farish New Product Announcement - 2018 Full List
« Reply #7 on: January 07, 2018, 12:22:05 pm »
A few of my predictions came to fruit:

White/blue 108 DMU
"Crewe cut" 47s
Maroon Hawksworth carriages

However pleasantly surprised that a TransPennine Express 350/4 EMU makes it on the list.

Also pleased that you can model Sheffield Park station  :claphappy:

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Re: Graham Farish New Product Announcement - 2018 Full List
« Reply #8 on: January 07, 2018, 12:29:37 pm »
I think it's interesting that Farish are to produce three-car Class 108s. , might they be tempted to do the same for 101s in the future? I have a 108 three-car already, but it's a little out of place for my location, so 101 would be better. That said, it's not a gripe, I think it's actually quite positive.

Alycidon is a welcome addition (I think will find it's way onto my layout at the head of the Queen of Scots) along with D1779.

377-476 China Clay Hood would seem to be the previously Kernow exclusive model.

The WD 2-8-0 in LMR Blue is interesting as well; is this the same version that was previously in the LMR set? Do we think it will sell that well?

I think it's a reasonably balanced set of releases. That said, as Lydgate opined, you can please some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can't please all of the people all of the time........
« Last Edit: January 07, 2018, 12:30:53 pm by Carmont »

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Re: Graham Farish New Product Announcement - 2018 Full List
« Reply #9 on: January 07, 2018, 12:37:41 pm »
I think it's interesting that Farish are to produce three-car Class 108s. , might they be tempted to do the same for 101s in the future? I have a 108 three-car already, but it's a little out of place for my location, so 101 would be better. That said, it's not a gripe, I think it's actually quite positive.

Farish have produced a three car Class 101 in the past (2011 IIRC)

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Re: Graham Farish New Product Announcement - 2018 Full List
« Reply #10 on: January 07, 2018, 12:40:47 pm »
I would love a Midland Pullman but at £399-99 for the set Ive got no chance unless I rob a bank ,When you think that we will get our Pendolinos for less than that it makes you think .I cant very well ask the family to club together now to buy one for next Christmas that wouldnt be very fair .
They have allready said I can order the Black BR Collett Goods for my Birthday in March . I cant keep on begging .I will have to be happy with my cheapo version of the Blue Pullman with paper sides and Minitrix coach chassis pulled buy a Japaneese power chassis .
I doubt very much if I will ever buy any more new locos from Farish or Dapol as in my situation they have priced themselves out of the market even though the detailing is excelent the cheapest R R P for a loco from Farish is now £94-95 for the little Panier .Yes I know you can buy cheaper from the big box shifters.
I will just get the family to buy any GWR locos from Union Mills where you get a good solid loco without all the trimmings but will last me for the rest of my life thats for sure.
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Re: Graham Farish New Product Announcement - 2018 Full List
« Reply #11 on: January 07, 2018, 12:47:32 pm »
I think it's interesting that Farish are to produce three-car Class 108s. , might they be tempted to do the same for 101s in the future?

They did 3-car 108s in green and blue originally, in 2008, IIRC, and 2-car 108s in green (2008, 2009 and 2010), blue (2008, 2009, 2010), and blue-grey (2008).
Then they did 3-car 101s originally in green, blue and blue grey, in 2011, alongside 2-cars in green and blue in 2011, and all have been 2-cars since then. The 3 car 101 in green is especially rare to find second hand.

I think it was mainly to do with inflation / price rises that they dropped the centre car. Plus the "modern" liveries like blue grey on the 108 and NSE on the 101 didn't have the centre cars.

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Re: Graham Farish New Product Announcement - 2018 Full List
« Reply #12 on: January 07, 2018, 01:02:10 pm »
371-288 Class 55 No. 55015 'Tulyar' BR Blue

Arg! So close, but 55015 has to be in two-tone green for me.  A dearly missed friend was kind enough to let me drive (ok, play with) a 7 1/4 inch version which he would have been livid to see in blue!

That said, its nice for others that this model is going to be "First time a BR Blue liveried Deltic with white window surrounds has been modelled in N Scale". I will have to stick to my orginal plan of re-numbering the current "Pinza" model one day.

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Re: Graham Farish New Product Announcement - 2018 Full List
« Reply #13 on: January 07, 2018, 01:18:50 pm »

Ok so what will I have to save up for out of my meagre earnings  :hmmm: :hmmm: :hmmm:

371-112A Class 31 No. 31131 in BR Blue livery
371-850 Class 158 2-Car DMU No. 158849 in Regional Railways livery - mmm would've been better in NSE
371-034A Class 20 No. 20156 BR Railfreight Red Stripe
371-288 Class 55 No. 55015 'Tulyar' BR Blue
377-476 China Clay Wagon BR Bauxite with Hood Weathered
377-281 27 Ton ZKV Steel Tippler Wagon BR Grey & Yellow Weathered


That's about it really, oh and I'd love to have 371-742 Western Pullman 6-Car Unit in Grey/ Blue British Rail Pullman livery if my lottery numbers come up  ;) ;)

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Re: Graham Farish New Product Announcement - 2018 Full List
« Reply #14 on: January 07, 2018, 01:20:23 pm »
I believe that very few, if any, on the list will be in stores this year or next.


There's very little on the list that appeals to me, so MBH can look forward to 2028 (the year I predict they will be in stores,) being a year when we can afford a holiday in addition to all my model railways wants. :thumbsup:


Even the few items that appeal won't all translate in to purchases:

371-660   Class 57/6 No. 57603 'Tintagel Castle' GWR livery :hmmm: - maybe.

371-725   Class 450 4-Car EMU :thumbsup: No. 450073 in South West Trains livery :thumbsdown: - I'll get a cheapo 350 and bash it into a 450 in South Western Railway livery.

372-261DS   Class 47 No. 47727 'Rebecca' in Colas livery :thumbsup: :thumbsup: DCC Sound factory fitted to this model :thumbsdown: - I dunno, I dunno, I'm not yet convinced by sound.

372-429   WD Austerity 2-8-0 No. 79250 'Major-General Mc Mullen' LMR Blue :hmmm: - a weak maybe.

377-675B   100 Tonne JPA Cement Wagon VTG 'Lafarge Cement' Silver :thumbsup: - rude not to as I have two of 377-675.
« Last Edit: January 07, 2018, 01:40:49 pm by RailGooner »
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