graham farish

Mk 1 at 70: N gauge overview Feature Premium

Mk 1 at 70: 'N' gauge survey

The British Railways Mk 1 carriage design is well represented in 'N' gauge through the Graham Farish range, MIKE WILD looks over the options for corridor, non-corridor, parcels and multiple units off-the-shelf.

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New Model Guide ‘N’ Gauge

Many ‘N’ gauge projects are set to be completed this year. MARK CHIVERS looks at what is in prospect for the ‘N’ gauge modeller.

GB Railfreight Class 60 named Graham Farish

GB Railfreight (GBRf) has named Class 60 60002 Graham Farish – 50th Anniversary 1970-2020 to celebrate the company’s association with British outline ‘N’ gauge over the past 50 years.

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Graham Farish LMS ‘Parrot’ flat

New for ‘N’ gauge from the Graham Farish stable is the utilitarian ‘Parrot’ bogie flat wagon. These vehicles were built between 1917-1919 and were originally designed for War Department use, but later moved across to serve the LMS and BR.

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Graham Farish ‘8F’ 2-8-0s land

The Stanier ‘8F’ has been a long-standing part of the Graham Farish ‘N’ gauge collection, but it is being replaced by a brand-new model to 21st century standards. MARK CHIVERS inspects this enticing new arrival.

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Graham Farish MK 2Fs

BACHMANN’S enticing new ‘N’ gauge BR Mk 2f carriages touched down in the Hornby Magazine office during September.

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Bachmann delivers HKA for 'OO' and 'N'

NEW to the Branchline ‘OO’ and Graham Farish gauge ranges are all-new models of the HKA high capacity hopper wagons which were originally built for National Power as JMAs which were originally built in 1995.

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Farish Thompsons debut

New to the Graham Farish rolling stock collection this month is the first of its ‘N’ gauge Thompson corridor coaches.

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Colas Colours for Graham Farish Class 70

NEW from Bachmann’s ‘N’ gauge Graham Farish range is this up-to-the-minute version of the General Electric (GE) PowerHaul Class 70 Co-Co diesel in Colas Rail Freight livery.