Reviews: 'N' gauge

'N' gauge model reviews

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Modal shift for Revolution

For fans of intermodal trains over the past 30 years, ‘N’ gauge now offers plethora of opportunities to model these lengthy workings with the majority of required wagon types either available or on the way.

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International miniature food festival

A series of four food catering trailers have been released for the Lima/Jouef and Arnold N brands owned by Hornby.

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The Flying Dustman

The second Gaugemaster Collection ‘N’ gauge Class 66 is 66783 The Flying Dustman in its unique Biffa red and orange colour scheme.

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‘Merchant’ debut for ‘N’

The ‘Merchant Navy’ 4-6-2s were a symbol of Bulleid’s radical design ethos and now a new model of the air-smoothed locomotives has arrived for ‘N’ gauge. MIKE WILD takes a closer look at Bachmann’s 2015 released Southern ‘Pacific’.

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Dapol's ‘N’ gauge ‘Western’

Not that long ago British ‘N’ gauge was on its knees. At best we got crude detail and at worst we had crude detail and poor performance. All of that is now history and the standard of detail, finess and performance in today’s British ‘N’ gauge models are rivaling that of their larger ‘OO’ cousins.