Revolution Trains and Rails of Sheffield have donated £2000 raised through sales of Revolution's all-new ’N’ gauge Drax IIA-D biomass hoppers to Martin House Children's Hospice, Drax Power's chosen charity.
During a small ceremony at the North Yorkshire power station, Mark Gibbens, Head of Logistics for Drax Power, said: “We think it's great that the highly detailed Revolution Trains models, in their attractive box-set, give railway modellers a chance to depict these operations on their layouts".
Revolution Trains' all-new 'N' gauge IIA-D Drax biomass hoppers have been produced in twin packs depicting the original, original ‘Northern Powerhouse’ and new Drax ‘Renewable Pioneers’ versions. They are available to purchase exclusively from Rails of Sheffield.
Ben Ando, co-director of Revolution Trains, said: “I am thrilled that we have been able to do justice to these impressive and fascinating wagons.” Oliver Davies, Director of Rails of Sheffield, said: “These models have been very popular with 'N' gauge enthusiasts and are selling fast. Rails believes strongly in supporting the community and we were delighted to be able to join in making a donation to such a good cause".
Priced at £79.95 per pair, limited stocks of each twin-pack are available from Rails of Sheffield.