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SBR Standard Class 4 2-6-4T

LT&SR_NSE

10 posts

It would be amazing if Hornby would release a BR Standard Class 4 2-6-4T in BR Express Blue livery. 


I accept this would technically be a Neverwazz... however surely the suburban workhorse deserves to be seen in BR's prettiest livery at least once? (albeit if only in model form) Wink

 

 

Also request for a class 310/312 in toothpaste... however since so many have already suggested this - I'm simply adding a vote!

Toothpaste is 1:1 perfection... but for models rule #1 applies!

Postman Prat

5894 posts

With projected sales figure of * * ONE I can't see this appearing in the near future!!!

** My opinion - not a real poll

Laughing

 

PP.......... The light at the end of the tunnel is probably a train coming towards you

LC&DR

10144 posts

Shades of 1970s Wrenn here! 

 

Some dreadful livery applications to woo the collectors. 

 

I have never liked the green livery on 80135 on the Moors, these locos were meant to be mixed trafffic black.

Green trains are best!

fazy

2413 posts

You could get away with a BR  green Fowler 2-6-4t and it would be aurthantic unlike the locos Wrenn churned out way back when. 

if it Doesn't come in CRIMSON, it ain't a proper engine

LT&SR_NSE

10 posts

My request is not entirely without precedent... Hornby previously released a B12 in this livery - R1089 “The Anglian”. Wink

 

On a related note (since Hornby will probably agree with PP!) - does anyone know of a company that offers a professional re-livery service? (should I wish to commit an act of heresy on one of the existing black ones!) Laughing 

Toothpaste is 1:1 perfection... but for models rule #1 applies!

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