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VIDEO: Hornby's 'A2/3' 4-6-2 for 'OO'

The latest 'Pacific' to arrive from Hornby for review is its follow up to the Thompson 'A2/2' - the 'A2/3'. Join Mike Wild in the Hornby Magazine workshop as we put 60512 Steady Aim through its paces and don't miss our full review of this new release in the latest issue - HM167.

Hornby: A Model World

A new television documentary series showcasing Hornby and its team of designers, engineers and model makers is currently in development for screening later this year.

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NEW MODEL GUIDE: 'OO' GAUGE

A host of exciting new models is in prospect this year and in the near future and beyond. MARK CHIVERS assesses what’s coming up for modellers in the rapidly expanding ‘OO’ gauge.

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BUFFER-FITTED INTERCITY HST POWER CARS

Hornby's high-fidelity Class 43 High Speed Train (HST) power cars sport conventional bufferbeams for their latest outing in BR InterCity ‘Swallow’ livery.

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GBRf RailRoad Class 20

New in for 'OO' gauge from Hornby in its RailRoad Plus collection with enhanced decoration is this attractive model of Class 20 20905 – and it is also being joined by 20901 in the same livery.

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Steady Aim is rock solid

Hornby’s latest steam locomotive to arrive for review is the follow-up to the Thompson ‘A2/ 2’ 4-6-2 (HM166) – the production ‘A2/3’ class locomotives. MIKE WILD runs the rule over Steady Aim.

Streamlined ‘W1' gains photographic grey

Hornby has received a decorated sample of its newly-tooled ‘OO’ gauge LNER streamlined ‘W1’ 4-6-4 in fictitious photographic grey.

New Hornby ‘9F’ takes shape

Development of Hornby's all-new ‘OO’ gauge BR ‘9F’ 2-10-0 continues apace with the first stereo 3D-printed sample appearing for evaluation during late March.

New Tooling for Hornby's Midland Pullman HST

Hornby is developing new tooling for its forthcoming 'OO' gauge model of  Locomotive Services Limited’s Midland Pullman liveried High Speed Train (HST).

Hornby receives APT deco sample

Hornby has received decorated samples of its forthcoming all-new ‘OO' gauge model of British Rail's Class 370 Advanced Passenger Train (APT) for evaluation by the development team.