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KR Models Consett Hoppers for 'OO' gauge

The intensively used Consett iron ore hoppers are KR Models’ first piece of rolling stock and its second ever ready-to-run model to be released. MIKE WILD checks out a full rake.

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NEW MODEL GUIDE 2022

Hornby Magazine’s comprehensive new model guide is back for the second year. In this extensive survey we bring you all the latest product updates for locomotives and rolling stock in ‘OO’, ‘N’, ‘O’, ‘OO9’ and ‘O-16.5’ gauges. Join us and discover what you can add next to your collection and when it will be available.

KR Models Clayton DHP1

KR Models has received the first engineering prototype (EP) sample of its ‘OO’ gauge Clayton diesel-hydraulic prototype DHP1 for review.

KR Models SR Bulleid Leader

KR Models recently received its Engineering Prototype (EP) of its ‘OO’  Southern Railways (SR) experimental Bulleid ‘Leader’ 0-6-0+0-6-0T steam locomotive.

KR Models reveals 4-DD EMU for ‘OO’

KR Models revealed it is developing a ‘OO’ gauge model of the experimental BR Southern Region 4-DD double-deck Electric Multiple Units (EMU) at the 2021 Great Electric Train Show on October 2.

KR Models selects Palbrick B for ‘OO’

KR Models has launched its next ‘OO’ gauge wagon project – BR’s 16ton Palbrick B wagon.

VIDEO: KR Models Consett iron wagons

KR Models has received decorated samples of its all-new model of the Consett 56ton iron ore bogie wagons. Join Mike Wild and Richard Watson in the Hornby Magazine workshop as they take a closer look at these samples on video.

KR Models announce Clayton CDB90

KR Models has announced plans to produce a 'OO' gauge ready-to-run model of Clayton's CBD90 hybrid shunting locomotive to celebrate the 90th anniversary of the railway equipment manufacturer.

KR Models reveals ‘Leader’ artwork

KR Models has revealed further details of its forthcoming ‘OO' gauge model of Oliver Bulleid's distinctive experimental ‘Leader’ 0-6-0+0-6-0T steam locomotive.

BR blue for KR Models' GT3

KR Models is planning  a small batch of its newly-tooled ‘OO’ gauge prototype gas turbine 4-6-0, ‘GT3’, in fictional BR blue livery.