Revolution Trains plans MMA/JNA-T wagons for TT:120 scale

Revolution Trains is entering the British ‘TT:120’ scale market with a brand-new range of newly tooled MMA/JNA box wagons - an ideal modern wagon for the soon to be released Class 66 from Hornby.


With around 1,200 wagons in service since their introduction in 2016, Revolution – which has produced the wagon in ‘N’ and ‘OO’ gauges – is looking to produce a variety of colour schemes on these now common vehicles which are seen across the main line railway network in the hands of classes 56, 60, 66, 69 and 70.

Revolution Trains claims the experience of having already developed the MMA/JNAs in other scales will aid with the development of the model in ‘TT:120’. The new model is set to feature prototypical variations in brake equipment, bodyside ribs and doors and each will include removable loads.


Initial liveries planned are DB Cargo red, GB Railfreight steel blue, Ermewa grey, Mendip Rail silver and Wascosa/Network Rail yellow with five running numbers planned for each livery.


Revolution’s Mike Hale said: “TT:120 is an exciting new option that finally gives British enthusiasts models with the correct combination of scale and gauge. With our reputation for innovation and quality it is a logical step for Revolution Trains.”


Co-director Ben Ando added: “Hornby has done a remarkable job of launching this scale from a standing start in Britain, but they can’t do everything and its Class 66s are crying out for a big modern wagon to pull.”


Revolution Trains says if the wagons prove successful, it will look to expand its ‘TT:120’ range. CAD design for the MMA/JNA box wagons are under way and will be revealed shortly with wagons priced at £44.95 each. No release date is confirmed.

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