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birdaj2
#1 Posted : 10 March 2020 20:50:29

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No major details as yet other than another test launches on 25/03/20

This time its the Hogwarts Express.

rumours of this being Hachette or possible Deagostini based on the uk distributor being Marketforce.

Fourth item down here:

https://nfrnonline.com/w...uploads/Partworks-3.pdf

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#2 Posted : 10 March 2020 22:02:00

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Great news! Even better if they will bring it to the USA. I'd be in automatically. DeAgostini, make it happen please!

Mark
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#3 Posted : 25 March 2020 17:16:13

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Looks like the test date has now been put back to 02/09/20.

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#4 Posted : 25 March 2020 20:24:43

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Be interesting to see how big.
Previous 'other' UK loco's (Mallard, Flying Scotsman) have been 'O' gauge.
Too small for me...
mwb
#5 Posted : 26 March 2020 00:30:16

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I agree with you, it has to be at least 1/32 (G scale), or better yet, 1/24 scale, to be in line with the D51 and C57. Nothing less.
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