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Decorated ‘O’ gauge ‘Warwells’ debut

 

Hatton’s has received decorated samples of its first ‘O’ gauge ready-to-run goods wagon exclusive – the 1942 introduced ‘Warwell’.

The ‘O’ gauge model is following in the footsteps of its ‘OO’ gauge counterpart (HM122) and will be available in a selection of liveries from introduced through the present day. The tooling caters for detail differences including both diamond frame and Gloucester GPS bogies.

In total 10 versions are being produced with liveries including GWR, LMS and LNER lettered War Department grey, BR grey and BR bauxite, engineer’s yellow and, with Gloucester GPS bogies, three versions covering 1970s, 1990s and 2000s Ministry of Defence colour schemes.

Priced at £85 each these new wagons are expected to be released in the first quarter of 2018 and come with turned metal wheels and working screw link couplings.

Visit www.hattons.co.uk for full details.

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