The Bachmann Collectors Club has unveiled their latest limited edition model as part of their spring 2021 British Railway announcements.
The new OO scale model is based on the Bachmann Branchline BR Mk1 Super BG Coach and depicts No. 94538 in EWS Maroon & Gold livery.
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Fitted with B4 Bogies, NEM Couplings mounted on Close-Coupling Mechanisms and supplied with an Accessory Pack, the model is in stock now and can be purchased exclusively by Bachmann Collectors Club members, priced at £58.95 (item No. 39-200K).
The real vehicle was refurbished by DB Schenker in 2010 to provide luggage space on Cruise Saver charter trains operating between Scotland and Southampton, being painted into EWS Maroon & Gold livery to match the company’s existing charter stock.
Subsequently No. 94538 has been used on other parts of the British network, providing great scope for modellers of any part of the UK to add this new Limited Edition to their collection.
Bachmann Collectors Club members can place their orders online via www.bachmanncollectorsclub. co.uk.
New members can also join online and purchase from the growing range of Club exclusive models straight away. Orders and membership enquiries can also be made by telephone on 01455 245565.
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