The Graham Farish N Scale range is set to grow over the coming weeks, with several new wagon models having already arrived or due to arrive at retailers soon.
Many of these wagons are being released in pairs that carry the same livery but with different running numbers, allowing modellers to have the same kind of wagon twice within a single train without having to settle for duplicated running numbers.
373-650B and 373-650C – 14T Tank Wagon ‘National Benzole’ Silver
Our first pair of models are 14 Ton Tank Wagons in National Benzole’s silver and yellow livery. 373-650B carries the running number 757 whilst 373-650C carries 752. These models feature metal wire hawsers, a finely moulded tank filler and valve, and separately-fitted brake gear and hand brakes.
373-658 and 373-658A – 14T Tank Wagon ‘Fina’ Silver
Our next pair of models are also 14 Ton Tank Wagons, although these are decorated in Fina’s silver and red livery. 373-658 has running number 138 and 373-658A has number 136. These models also feature metal wire hawsers, fine mouldings for the tank filler and valve, and separately-fitted brake gear and hand brakes.
373-659 and 373-659A – 14T Tank Wagon ‘Crosfield Chemicals’ Green
Our next 14 Ton Tank Wagons are decorated in Crosfield Chemicals’ dark green livery. 373-659 carries running number 127 and 373-659A carries the number 129. As with the other tank wagon models, these models also have metal wire hawsers, finely moulded tank filler and valve, and separately-fitted brake gear and hand brakes
373-660 and 373-660A – 14T Tank Wagon ‘Shell/BP’ Black
The next 14 Ton Tank Wagons are in Shell/BP’s black livery, with 373-660 carrying the number 3973 and 373-660A having the number 3977. Just as on our other tank wagons, the metal wire hawsers, finely moulded tank filler and valve, and separately-fitted brake gear and hand brakes are all featured on these wagons too.
373-682A and 373-682B – 14T Tank Wagon ‘ICI’ Maroon
Our final 14 Ton Tank Wagons are decorated in ICI’s maroon livery. 373-682A features the number 309, with 373-682B featuring the number 314. The usual details of wire hawsers, moulded tank filler and valve, and separately-fitted brake gear and hand brakes are also featured on both of these wagons.
373-925C and 373-925D – 30T ‘Prawn’ Bogie Bolster BR Gulf Red [WL]
Moving onto Bogie Bolster Wagons now, we have 373-925C which carries number KDB940144 and 373-925D which carries KDB943414. Both wagons are in British Rail’s Gulf Red and have NEM coupling sockets, an accessory pack and a realistic steel girder wagon load.
373-926E and 373-926F – 30T ‘Bogie Bolster C’ Bogie Bolster BR Grey [WL]
Our next pair of Bogie Bolster Wagons are decorated in British Rail’s grey livery. 373-926E carries running number B94344 whilst 373-926F has number B944226. Both wagons have NEM coupling sockets, an accessory pack and a realistic wagon load of steel girders.
373-927C and 373-927D – 30T ‘Macaw B’ Bogie Bolster GWR Grey [WL]
Our final Bogie Bolster Wagons are ‘Macaw B’ wagons in GWR Grey. 373-927C has the number 84350 and 373-927D has 84249. As with the other wagons, this pair of models both feature NEM coupling sockets, an accessory pack and a wagon load of steel girders.
377-001B and 377-001C – BR YGH ‘Sea-Lion’ Bogie Hopper Wagon BR Engineers Grey & Yellow
Our first new Bogie Hopper Wagons are British Rail YGH ‘Sealion’ Wagons in Engineers’ Grey and Yellow. These models have an accessory pack, NEM coupling sockets, separate handrails, etched platforms, underframe steps and other adornments. 377-001B carries running number DB982599 and 377-001C carries number DB982684.
377-004 – BR YGH ‘Sealion’ Bogie Hopper Wagon LoadHaul Black & Orange
Our next Bogie Hopper Wagon is 377-004, which is a BR YGH ‘Sealion’ Wagon decorated in LoadHaul’s Black and Orange livery. This model also has an included accessory pack, along with NEM coupling sockets, separate handrails, etched platforms, underframe steps and other adornments. The running number is DB982582.
377-003 and 377-003A – BR Bogie Hopper Wagon BR Departmental Black
Our next pair of Bogie Hopper Wagons are finished in BR Departmental Black livery. As with the ‘Sea-Lion’ wagons, these models have an accessory pack, NEM coupling sockets, separate handrails, underframe steps and many other adornments. 377-003 carries number DB992508NE and 377-003A has running number DB992503NE.
377-006 – BR YGB ‘Stingray’ Bogie Hopper Wagon Transrail Grey
Our penultimate Bogie Hopper Wagon is 377-006, depicting a BR YGB ‘Stingray’ Wagon decorated in Transrail Grey livery and carrying running number DB980172. As with the other bogie wagons, this model includes an accessory pack, NEM coupling sockets, separate handrails, etched platforms, underframe steps and other adornments.
377-005 – BR YGB Bogie Hopper Wagon Mainline Blue
The final Bogie Hopper Wagon is 377-005, which is another BR YGB Bogie Hopper Wagon but this time in Mainline Blue and carrying running number DB982648. This wagon has all of the usual features, including an accessory pack, NEM coupling sockets, separate handrails, etched platforms with underframe steps and many other adornments.
377-276B and 377-276C – BR 27T Steel Tippler Wagon BR Grey ‘Chalk’
377-278A and 377-278B – BR 27T Steel Tippler Wagon BR Bauxite (TOPS) [WL]
The next models are Steel Tippler Wagons in BR Bauxite with TOPS markings. These wagons come with realistic loads of stone. 377-278A carries running number B385893 and 377-278B carries running number B386096.
377-282 and 377-282A – BR 27T Steel Tippler Wagon NCB Blue
373-811A and 373-811B – HKA Bogie Hopper ‘National Power’ Blue
Our final type of wagon is the HKA Bogie Hopper Wagon, with the first pair being decorated in the blue and grey livery of National Power. These wagons both come with NEM coupling pockets and accessory packs that allow the wagons to be configured to operate either on the inside or outside of a rake. 373-811A carries running number 300621, whilst 373-811B has number 300643.
373-813A and 373-813B – HKA Bogie Hopper DB Schenker
Lastly, we have another pair of HKA Bogie Wagons in the pristine red livery of DB Schenker. As with the previous pair, these wagons have NEM coupling pockets and can both be configured to run either on the inside or outside of a rake using the parts in the included accessory pack. 373-813A has running number 300671 whereas 373-813B carries the number 300649.
With several of these models already available from Bachmann stockists and others set to be released in the coming weeks, head to the Bachmann Europe website, where you can find the latest release information. Once you’ve selected your models, get in touch with your nearest retailer to order yours!
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