New Farish 2012 models announced!

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Re: New Farish 2012 models announced!

Postby Grahame » Tue Mar 13, 2012 8:32 pm

locoworks wrote:farish are great at lists, anyone still waiting for the 9F??. what they actually produce will probably be a lot less than their list gives impression of.


Yes, that is a little bit of a worry. Along with the previously announced, but not yet delivered, new models, and not including those specifically dropped from the lists, there are now over 25 outstanding all new models for them to develop and produce and get to market in the next 18 months. I just hope it's not them slipping back to their bad old ways of annoucning long lists as spoilers and taking forever to get them produced.

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Re: New Farish 2012 models announced!

Postby Benn » Tue Mar 13, 2012 10:55 pm

Did anyone else notice the LMS 50' full brake listed on the website if you scroll through, how long as that been there, is that new? I haven't noticed it before... I'd defo like one in neglected maroon and one in dirty Blue, but it looks like I'll have to sort the blue one out myself with a spray can... heh :twisted:

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Re: New Farish 2012 models announced!

Postby BernardTPM » Wed Mar 14, 2012 2:20 pm

Benn wrote:Did anyone else notice the LMS 50' full brake listed on the website

Yes! A useful hidden gem that one - in service mid-'30s to early '80s so it should please a lot of people. It's likely that some of the design work from the NGS inspection saloon has carried over.

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Re: New Farish 2012 models announced!

Postby Benn » Wed Mar 14, 2012 2:35 pm

I think we can safely say that it's an utterly mega addition. With the introduction of the GUV and BG in the next month or so, and the existing Farish TPO vehicles and the Dapol PNV and Ex-Fish Van, the CCT and LMS brake pretty much finish off the NPCCS BR Blue parcels fleet for the 60s onwards (When they do a blue LMS Brake that is..). Crackin' stuff.

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Re: New Farish 2012 models announced!

Postby briantwigley » Wed Mar 14, 2012 8:44 pm

Just had a look on the Farish site and saw a Scotrail Class 158 and Class 170 added (both already available but these are new apparently) as well as photos of the Class 37s.. looking good!

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Re: New Farish 2012 models announced!

Postby BROADTRAIN1979 » Thu Mar 15, 2012 10:55 pm

Just to say, i hope they release the 105 dmu but i will mention this once, as i dont want to be accused of Spamming :wink:

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Re: New Farish 2012 models announced!

Postby Grahame » Fri Mar 16, 2012 7:41 am

BROADTRAIN1979 wrote:Just to say, i hope they release the 105 dmu but i will mention this once, as i dont want to be accused of Spamming.


I think you might have missed the boat there, I don't recall a 105 being on the list for this year's new range.

Perhaps next year now. Although I have to admit I'd rather see a 2EPB.

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Re: New Farish 2012 models announced!

Postby red death » Fri Mar 16, 2012 11:58 am

I was surprised the 105 and EPB weren't on the list to be honest as they seemed logical progressions.

I guess they are worried about flooding the market with new units after the 101, 108, CEP and Desiro (to come soon).

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Re: New Farish 2012 models announced!

Postby alan_r » Sat Mar 17, 2012 12:42 pm

ooo ... time to get excited about the new class 60:

http://www.bachmann.co.uk/image_box.php ... height=263

triple grey, small metals logo and NO NAMEPLATE - should be easy to convert to a Coal Sector! :D

Damn you Farish though for promising loads of great livery class 37s. 2012 looks like it will be an expensive year! :lol:


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