Bachmann Products on the Great Model Railway Challenge

The fourth episode of ‘The Great Model Railway Challenge’ (Friday 26th October 2018) challenged the three teams – The Railway Children, The Fawley Flyers and The Diesel Dynamos – to create a layout based upon this week’s theme of ‘Fire and Ice’. The teams had three days to build their layouts before being judged by Steve Flint and Kathy Millatt, with one team winning a place in the grand final. Viewers would have noticed a selection of past and present Branchline and Scenecraft products in use throughout the show including:

Item No. Description Brand Team
36-047 Locomotive Staff Scenecraft OO scale The Railway Children
36-408 Factory Workers & Foremen Scenecraft OO scale The Railway Children
36-409 WW1 Medical Staff & Soldiers Scenecraft OO scale The Railway Children
36-883 Buffer Stop Scenecraft OO scale The Railway Children
44-0023 Station Building Scenecraft OO scale The Railway Children
44-0064 Parachute Water Tower Sceencraft OO scale The Railway Children
44-0079 Grain Warehouse Scenecraft OO scale The Railway Children
31-575 Windhoff Multiple-Purpose Vehicle (MPV) No. 98906 Network Rail Branchline OO scale The Diesel Dynamos
32-301A Class 2251 Collet Goods No. 3212 BR Black, Early Emblem Branchline OO scale The Fawley Flyers

Above: A scene from ‘The Great Model Railway Challenge’ showing the Scenecraft Grain Warehouse (44-0079) & WW1 Medical Staff & Soldiers (36-409)

With the grand final airing on TV a week on Friday, you will have the opportunity to meet the winners on the Bachmann stand at the upcoming Warley Show (24th & 25th November 2018 at the NEC, Birmingham) who will be available to answer any of your questions whilst showing their winning layout.

Contact your local stockist to purchase your Bachmann products. If you missed the fourth episode of ‘The Great Model Railway Challenge’ you can catch up by watching it on the My5 website here. Tune in to Channel 5 on Friday 2nd November 2018 at 8:00pm to watch the fifth episode with the teams creating layouts based on the theme of ‘Waterworld’.

Bachmann Europe

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