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Old 27-03-2018, 07:18 AM   #11
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Just realised that I forgot the Q.

This was conventionally motored from the outset with the motor in the loco body and branded as Formo. The wheels on the locomotive were metal but in a Boxpox (Bulleid) style.

There were two releases of Pullmans. The original series had cast under frames and bogies and almost inevitably the bodies warped. The later series were plastic throughout. The early series also included ones painted in 'Wagon-Lits' livery. Not repeated in the second series.

Again there were two released of suburban coaches which did not warp, the early set had metal roofs and were available as kits - pretty basic at that.

They were towards the end joined by main line coaches, plastic throughout.

Finally in the coach range there were NYC cars to accompany the Hudson, again invariably they warped. Not repeated in later times.
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