Updating the Hattons KWA Warwell

TIM SHACKLETON widens the scope of Hatton’s new KWA Warwell in a bid to bring it into line with 21st century military strategy.

FOR VARIOUS reasons, modellers often seem reluctant to modify ready-to-run products, even though they know they’re not always perfect. Some hesitate because they feel they lack the skill, others because they fear any changes to the as-bought model will adversely affect its sell-on value. As a result, there’s an undeniable sameness about many of the trains we see running on layouts while on closer inspection some compromises and shortcomings seem to be going uncorrected. 

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