Graham Farish 2013 - 14 Catalogue

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Graham Farish 2013 - 14 Catalogue

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Soon we'll be posting the list of 'N' gauge items in the 2013 - 14 catalogue.
Being 'converted' as I type to try & attach in this thread.

Remember these release will be coming out over at least an 18 month period, as it say's 2013 - 14 !!

This information released yesterday and details collected by trade/invited visitors on 10th & 11th March.
I only went today, too busy yesterday.

Go to the link in Alex's posting below this - colour pictures as well - I'm glad someone can do this sort of thing
I'm an old man lost in a young persons world !!

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GRAHAM FARISH PRESS RELEASE New Items 2013/2014 - PDF 786 KB

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GRAHAM FARISH PRESS RELEASE New Items 2013/2014
Please note these items are under development and are scheduled to be introduced gradually over the next 18 months.
Photographs are provided for illustrative purposes only. Please see the catalogue for images of models actually being produced.

Locomotives
Class 25/1 & 25/2
327 Class 25 locomotives were built between 1961 and 1967. 222 of these were design variants based on the original design (25/0) and became 25/1 (57) and 25/2 (165) sub classes. The first was withdrawn in December 1975 and the last in 1987. Some 20 Class 25 locomotives have been preserved.

• New detailed body shell
• Powerful all wheel drive/pickup chassis with flywheel
• NEM 6 Pin decoder socket
• Bi-directional lighting including illuminated Headcode box
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371-085 Class 25/1 D5188 BR Green £99.95
371-086 Class 25/1 D5222 BR Green Weathered £109.95
371-087 Class 25/2 25234 BR Blue £99.95
371-088 Class 25/2 25231 BR Blue Weathered £109.95


LMS Fairburn Tank 2-6-4T
277 locomotives were built between 1945 and 1951. The first was withdrawn in 1961 and the last in 1967. 2 locomotives have been preserved.
• Powerful detailed chassis incorporating our new coreless motor
• Detailed body
• Two versions of rivet detail on the water tanks
• NEM 6 pin DCC decoder socket
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372-750 Fairburn 2-6-4 Tank 2691 LMS Black £99.95
372-751 Fairburn 2-6-4 Tank 42096 BR Early Emblem £99.95
372-752 Fairburn 2-6-4 Tank 42073 BR Late Crest (Preserved) £99.95
372-753 Fairburn 2-6-4 Tank 42267 BR Late Crest Weathered £109.95

SR N Class 2-6-0 Mogul
80 locomotives were built between 1917 and 1934. Twenty five locomotives were rebuilt between October 1955 and May 1961. The first was withdrawn in November 1962 and the last in June 1966. 1 locomotive has been preserved.
• Loco powered chassis with new coreless motor
• Tender mounted NEM 6 pin DCC decoder socket with all wheel pickup
• 3500 or 4000 Gallon Tenders
• Optional smoke deflectors
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372-930 N Class 2-6-0 1406 SR Olive Green Slope Sided Tender £129.95
372-931 N Class 2-6-0 31844 BR Black Early Emblem Straight Sided Tender £129.95
372-932 N Class 2-6-0 31831 BR Black Late Crest Slope Sided Tender £129.95

Midland Class 4F 0-6-0
A total of 772 locomotives of the Class were built, the Midland Railway building 192 of them between 1911 and 1922. The first was withdrawn in 1954 and the last in 1966. 4 examples have been preserved, of which 1 is a Midland Railway version. The Graham Farish model depicts the right hand drive Midland Railway version.
• Loco powered chassis with new coreless motor
• All wheel pick up on loco plus tender
• Fowler or Johnson Tenders
• Tender mounted NEM 6 pin DCC decoder socket with all wheel pickup
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372-060 Midland Class 4F 43924 BR Black Late Crest Fowler Tender (Preserved) £94.95
372-061 Midland Class 4F 3851 LMS Black Johnson Tender £94.95
372-062 Midland Class 4F 43875 BR Black Early Emblem Johnson Tender £94.95



GWR Castle 4-6-0
171 locomotives were built between August 1923 and August 1950. The first was withdrawn in December 1958 and the last in February 1965. 8 locomotives have been preserved.
• Loco powered chassis with new coreless motor
• Single or double chimney
• Detailed body and cab
• Tender mounted NEM 6 pin DCC decoder socket with all wheel pickup
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372-030 Castle Class 4-6-0 5044 ‘Earl of Dunraven’ GWR Lined Green £129.95
372-031 Castle Class 4-6-0 7004 ‘Eastnor Castle’ BR Lined Green Early Emblem £129.95
372-032 Castle Class 4-6-0 5031 ‘Totnes Castle’ BR Lined Green Late Crest £129.95



GWR 64xx 0-6-0T
40 locomotives were built between February 1932 and April 1950. The first was withdrawn in August 1958 and the last in December 1964. 3 locomotives have been preserved.
• Powerful chassis incorporating our new coreless motor
• 6 Pin DCC socket to suit our new RA decoder (Catalogue No 36-556RA)
• Detailed loco body
• Two versions of the cab and bunker
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371-985 Class 64xx 0-6-0 Pannier Tank 6407 GWR Green £69.95
371-986 Class 64xx 0-6-0 Pannier Tank 6403 BR Black Early Emblem £69.95
371-987 Class 64xx 0-6-0 Pannier Tank 6400 BR Lined Green Late Crest £69.95

Class 47/7 Variant (Compliments MK2F & DBSO)
512 Class 47 locomotives were built between January 1962 and 1967. The first was withdrawn following accident damage in April 1966. A number remain in operation with main line operators. 8 locomotives have so far been preserved.
12 Class 47/7’s were initially created in 1979-1980 for push/pull train workings between Edinburgh and Glasgow Queen Street, with a further 4 converted in 1983. They later worked to Aberdeen before a number were transferred to Network SouthEast.
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372-243 Class 47/7 47701 ‘Saint Andrew’ BR Blue £109.95
372-244 Class 47/7 47711 ‘Greyfriars Bobby’ BR Blue Large Logo £109.95
372-245 Class 47/7 47710 ‘Sir Walter Scott’ BR ScotRail £109.95

Coaching Stock

SR PLV 4 Wheel Van
374-415 Southern PL Passenger Luggage Van BR Crimson £19.95
374-416 Southern PL Passenger Luggage Van BR (SR) Green £19.95
374-417 Southern PL Passenger Luggage Van BR Blue £19.95

GWR Hawksworth Coaches
374-510 Hawksworth Corridor Brake 3rd BR Crimson & Cream £20.95
374-535 Hawksworth Corridor 3rd BR Crimson & Cream £20.95
374-560 Hawksworth Corridor Composite BR Crimson & Cream £20.95
374-585 Hawksworth Full Brake BR Crimson & Cream £20.95

BR Auto Trailer
374-610 BR Auto Trailer BR Crimson & Cream £21.95
374-611 BR Auto Trailer BR Maroon £21.95
374-612 BR Auto Trailer BR Crimson £21.95

Southern Bogie B Van
374-630 SR 50ft Bogie B Luggage Van Southern Green £19.95
374-631 SR 50ft Bogie B Luggage Van BR (SR) Green £19.95
374-632 SR 50ft Bogie B Luggage Van BR Blue £19.95

BR Mk2F inc. DBSO
374-650 BR Mk2 DBSO Driving Brake Second Open Blue & Grey £22.95
374-651 BR Mk2 DBSO Driving Brake Second Open ScotRail £22.95
374-660 BR Mk2F RFB Restaurant First Buffet Blue & Grey (Preserved) £20.95
374-662 BR Mk2F RFB Restaurant First Buffet InterCity £20.95
374-690 BR Mk2F BSO Brake Second Open Blue & Grey £20.95
374-692 BR Mk2F BSO Brake Second Open InterCity £20.95
374-735 BR Mk2F TSO Tourist Second Open Blue & Grey £20.95
374-737 BR Mk2F TSO Tourist Second Open InterCity £20.95
374-760 BR Mk2F FO First Open Blue & Grey £20.95
374-762 BR Mk2F FO First Open InterCity £20.95

BR Mk1 RFO Restaurant Car (New Tooling)
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374-807 BR Mk1 RFO Restaurant Car Crimson & Cream £20.95
374-808 BR Mk1 RFO Restaurant Car Maroon £20.95
374-809 BR Mk1 RFO Restaurant Car (SR) Green £20.95
374-810 BR Mk1 RFO Restaurant Car (WR) Chocolate & Cream £20.95
374-811 BR Mk1 RFO Restaurant Car Blue & Grey £20.95

Wagons

Midland Brake Van
377-750 Midland 20 Ton Brake Van LMS Grey £13.95
377-751 Midland 20 Ton Brake Van BR Grey £13.95
377-752 Midland 20 Ton Brake Van BR Bauxite £13.95

BR COV Hop
377-765 Covered Hopper Wagon BR Bauxite TBA
377-766 Covered Hopper Wagon ‘Soda Ash’ Light Grey TBA
377-767 Covered Hopper Wagon ‘British Industrial Sand’ Bauxite & Black TBA

12 Ton Pipe Wagon
377-775 12 Ton Pipe Wagon LMS Grey TBA
377-776 12 Ton Pipe Wagon BR Bauxite (Early) TBA
377-777 12 Ton Pipe Wagon BR Bauxite (Late) TBA

SR Ventilated Vans
377-425 12 Ton Southern Planked Ventilated Van SR Brown £9.50
377-426 12 Ton Southern 2+2 Planked Ventilated Van BR Grey £9.50
377-427 12 Ton Southern 2+2 Planked Ventilated Van BR Bauxite £9.50

E-Z Command
36-556RA 90° 6 Pin DCC Decoder with back EMF (DC Compatible) £17.10
36-558A 6 Pin DCC Decoder (DC Compatible) £17.95

New Issues of previous models

Train sets (include Track & Controller)

370-026 Western Rambler (8750 0-6-0 Pannier Tank + 2 Wagons + Brake Van)
370-065 Newspaper Express (Class 24 + Mk1 GUV + Mk1 BG Full Brake)
370-110 Depot Master (Class 04 Diesel + 2 Wagons + Brake Van)
370-260 Eastern Freight (J39 + Bogie Bolster Wagon + Brake Van)
370-280 Regional Commuter (Class 101 DMU in Regional Railways livery)

Steam Locomotives

372-079 B1 Class 4-6-0 1040 ‘Roedeer’ LNER Lined Black
372-080 B1 Class 4-6-0 61045 BR Lined Black Early Emblem Weathered
372-138 Black 5 4-6-0 5190 LMS Plain Black
372-139 Black 5 4-6-0 45216 BR Lined Black Early Emblem Weathered
372-210 3F Class 0-6-0T ‘Jinty’ 7524 in LMS Black £69.95
(Announced Summer 2012)
372-211 3F Class 0-6-0T ‘Jinty’ 47394 BR Black Early Emblem £69.95
(Announced Summer 2012)
372-212 3F Class 0-6-0T ‘Jinty’ 47345 BR Black Late Crest £69.95
(Announced Summer 2012)
372-313 Merchant Navy Class 4-6-2 35021 ‘New Zealand Line’ BR Malachite Green
372-330 Standard Class 3MT 2-6-2 Tank 82028 BR Black Late Crest Weathered
372-331 Standard Class 3MT 2-6-2 Tank 82020 BR Plain Green Late Crest
372-480 Jubilee Class 4-6-0 5664 Nelson LMS Crimson
372-481 Jubilee Class 4-6-0 45565 BR Lined Green late Crest Weathered
372-578 Rebuilt Royal Scot 6100 ‘Royal Scot’ LMS Crimson (As Preserved)
372-579 Rebuilt Royal Scot 46122 ‘Royal Ulster Rifleman’ BR Green Late Crest Weathered
372-653 Standard Class 4MT 2-6-0 76079 BR Lined Black Early Emblem
372-654 Standard Class 4MT 2-6-0 76063 BR Lined Black Late Crest
372-800B Class A1 4-6-2 60163 ‘Tornado’ BR Express Blue Early Emblem

Modern Image

371- 015B Class 08 08856 BR Blue Wasp Stripes
371-019 Class 08 08897 EWS Weathered
371-110 Class 31 5826 BR Green Full Yellow Ends (Announced Summer 2012) £102.95
371-111 Class 31 D5596 BR Green Small Yellow Warning Panel
(Announced Summer 2012) £102.95
371-112 Class 31 31173 BR Blue (Announced Summer 2012) £102.95
371-169 Class 37/4 37409 DRS Compass livery
371-203 Class 44 44001 BR Blue Weathered
371-329 Class 150/2 2 Car DMU 150247 BR Sprinter livery Weathered
371-330 Class 150/1 2 Car DMU 150128 First Great Western simplified livery
371-384 Class 66 66209 EWS Weathered
371-385 Class 66 66546 Freightliner
371-396 Class 66 66731 GBRf ‘InterhubGB’ livery (Low-Emission variant)
371-434 Class 170/5 2 Car DMU 170504 Central Trains livery Weathered
371-454 Class 37/0 D6827 BR Green Centre Headcode Weathered
371-455 Class 37/0 37251 BR Blue Weathered
371-456 Class 37/0 37133 BR Dutch livery
371-559 Class 158 2 Car DMU 158849 Regional Railways livery Weathered
371-577 Class 45 45024 BR Blue Weathered
371-588 Class 46 D158 BR Green Small Yellow Panel Weathered
371-604 Class 42 Warship D822 ‘Onslaught’ BR Green
371-605 Class 42 Warship 810 ‘Cockade’ BR Blue Weathered
371-656 Class 57 57312 Network Rail Yellow
371-657 Class 57 57309 ‘Pride of Crewe’ DRS Compass livery
371-679 Class 220 Voyager 4 Car DMU 220032 ‘Grampian Voyager’ Virgin livery
371-752 Class 87 87002 ‘Royal Sovereign’ BR Blue
371-753 Class 87 87005 ‘City of London’ BR InterCity livery
371-880 Class 108 2 Car DMU BR Green Small Yellow Panel

Coaches

374-010C BR Mk1 SO Crimson & Cream
374-012C BR Mk1 SO Maroon Weathered
374-013B BR Mk1 SO Blue & Grey
374-036A BR Mk1 BG Full Brake Maroon Weathered
374-039A BR Mk1 BG Full Brake Blue & Grey
374-041 BR Mk1 BG Full Brake Departmental Olive Green
374-060C BR Mk1 SK Crimson & Cream
374-061C BR Mk1 SK Maroon Weathered
374-062C BR Mk1 SK Blue & Grey
374-084A BR Mk1 BCK Maroon Weathered
374-085A BR Mk1 BCK Blue & Grey
374-130B BR Mk1 GUV Maroon Weathered
374-134 BR Mk1 GUV Blue ‘Motorail’ livery
374-187C BR Mk1 BSK Maroon Weathered
374-200D BR Mk1 Pullman First Parlour ‘Opal’ Umber & Cream
374-210D BR Mk1 Pullman Second Parlour No.351 Umber & Cream
374-220C BR Mk1 Pullman First Kitchen ‘Hawk’ Umber & Cream
374-230C BR Mk1 Pullman SK Kitchen Car No. 335 Umber & Cream
374-292 BR Mk1 57ft Suburban 2nd Open Blue Weathered
374-313 BR Mk1 57ft Suburban Brake End Blue Weathered
374-681 BR Mk2A BSO DRS Compass livery (Courier Vehicle)
374-827A LMS Stanier Brake 2nd BR Maroon
374-835B LMS Stanier Corridor 3rd LMS Crimson Lake
374-850B LMS Stanier Vestibule Composite LMS Crimson Lake
374-851B LMS Stanier Vestibule Composite BR Crimson & Cream
374-888 50ft Ex LMS PIII BG Full Brake BR Departmental Black ‘Electrification’

Wagons

373-218 24 Ton Ore Hopper Wagon BR Grey Weathered
373-506B 46 Tonne glw HEA Hopper BR Coal Sector Grey
373-509 46 tonne glw HEA Hopper BR Bauxite weathered
373-510 46 Tonne RNA Nuclear Flask Barrier Wagon
373-558 100 Ton TEA Bogie Tank Wagon ‘BP’ Green
373-802 100 Tonne HHA Bogie Hopper Wagon Colas Weathered
373-827 102 Tonne glw BRA Steel Strip Carrier EWS Weathered
373-900E 46 Tonne glw HAA Hopper Freight Brown Weathered
373-901C 46 tonne glw HAA Hopper EWS Weathered
373-902B 46 tonne glw HAA Hopper BR Railfreight Coal Sector
377-001B 40 Tonne Seacow (Ex-Sealion) YGB Bogie Hopper Wagon Departmental (Dutch)
377-020 5 Plank Steel Floor Wagon ‘E.B. Mason’
377-027C 5 Plank Steel Floor Wagon BR Grey
377-058 5 Plank Wooden Floor Wagon ‘Fardon’
377-076B 7 Plank Fixed End Wagon ‘North Sea Coaling Company’
377-077A 7 Plank Fixed End Wagon ‘Thomas Styles’
377-078B 7 Plank End Door Wagon BR Grey
377-085 7 Plank End Door Wagon ‘Park Lane Wigan’
377-086 7 Plank End Door Wagon ‘E & A. Shadrack’
377-095 Coal Trader Triple Pack – 7 Plank Private Owner Wagons Weathered
377-096 Coal Trader Triple Pack – 7 Plank Wagons BR (Ex P.O) P Numbers Weathered
377-128 8 Plank End Door Wagon ‘G&S Bull’
377-153 8 Plank Fixed End Wagon ‘R.W. Hill’
377-176C 7 Plank Wagon with Coke Rails BR Grey
377-177 7 Plank Wagon with Coke Rails ‘T.L Hale (Tipton) Ltd’
377-206 8 Plank Wagon with Coke Rails ‘Suncole’
377-302 20 Ton Ex-LMS Brake Van BR Bauxite (Late) Weathered
377-337 Triple Pack Conflat Wagons BR Bauxite with ‘A’ Containers
377-375B 20 Ton Toad Brake Van GWR Grey
377-450B 16T Slope Sided Riveted Side Door Mineral Wagon BR grey Weathered
377-503 3 Plank Wagon BR Departmental Olive Green
377-504 3 Plank Wagon LMS Bauxite
377-552B 31 Tonne OCA Dropside Open Wagon EWS
377-553 31 Tonne glw Bass ZDA Dropside Open Wagon Ex-Railfreight Red & Grey Weathered
377-603 80 Ton glw Brill YAA Bogie Bolster Wagon Departmental Yellow
377-625A 12 Ton BR Plywood Fruit Van BR Bauxite (Early)
377-626A 12 Ton BR Plywood Fruit Van BR Bauxite (Late)
377-627A 12 Ton BR Ventilated Van Plywood Doors BR Bauxite (Early)
377-628A 12 Ton BR Ventilated Van Plywood Doors BR Bauxite (Late)
377-803 FNA Nuclear Flask Wagon DRS
377-841 Triple Pack 22 Ton Presflo Wagons ‘Blue Circle’ Yellow

Scenecraft (New Items)

42-095 Wash Plant £21.95
42-096 Wooden Engine Shed £29.95
42-097 Depot Water Tower £34.95
42-113 Wooden Goods Shed £29.95
42-127 Covered Footbridge £27.95
42-186 Great Central Water Tower £21.95
42-208 Low Relief Bakery £11.50
42-209 Low Relief Butchers £11.50
42-212 Low Relief Block of Flats £28.95
42-214 Low Relief Railway Hotel £26.95
42-217 Low Relief Three Storey City House £16.50



Graham Farish current status of previously announced products

The current status of previously announced models in the Bachmann Graham Farish range is;

Awaiting Delivery
Class 70
MK1 RU
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24T Ore Hopper Wagon
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Production stage
Ivatt 2MT 2-6-0
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MK2A Coaches
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Tornado
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Class 55 Deltic
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LMS 50ft Full Brake
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BR MK1 Horsebox
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Artwork Stage
LNER J39
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MK1 Sleeper


EP Sample stage
Princess Coronation Class
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Bulleid Coaches
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In the tool room
Class 37/4 and 37/5 variants
Class 3F Jinty

At the CAD design stage
Merchant Navy
LNER Class A2
BR Std 4MT 2-6-4 Tank
Class 31
BR MK1 CCT
Bulk Grain Bogie Hopper

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2013 – 03
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Well... certainly something for almost everyone, pity about the 105 dmu maybe 2014 perhaps? Many thanks geoff :)

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Hi BROADTRAIN1979,

The thanks are due to young Alex ...... I was struggling to get any attachment to work, but
Alex sorted out in half the time I needed to just think about how to !!!!

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Many thanks ALex :)

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Now where did I put my wallet :)
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Don't get too excited Geoff ........
Depending on what you fancy, but I bet you have time to save for most !!

Example : Hornby announced their '00' heavy South Wales mineral tank locos at
the end of 2011. I ordered 2 in Feb 2012, and they MAY arrive next month, but
then again they might not .......... They will arrive one day .... I believe.

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Who would know very approximate proposed dates of releases? I am interested in the A1 Tornado in blue and guess it is months away?
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georgehgv wrote:Who would know very approximate proposed dates of releases? I am interested in the A1 Tornado in blue and guess it is months away?
based on most years, thew release date is akin to sunny weather, it may come, it may not, you may wait 3 years for it ...
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georgehgv wrote:Who would know very approximate proposed dates of releases? I am interested in the A1 Tornado in blue and guess it is months away?
Bachmann website has it down for July/Aug. Make of that what you will...It doesn't specify the year! ;)

On the subject of the catalog, I did notice that every steam loco is now DCC ready, including the small tanks. I wonder if we might see the baby shunters with decoder sockets soon, especially the 08s. I hope they pull their finger out and update the 158s & 170s soon. Also noticed some 66s are socketed but some still have the solder tabs which is a shame they aren't consistent.

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ChrisWV10 wrote:
I wonder if we might see the baby shunters with decoder sockets soon, especially the 08s. I hope they pull their finger out and update the 158s & 170s soon. Also noticed some 66s are socketed but some still have the solder tabs which is a shame they aren't consistent.
Personally I'd prefer that they concentrate on developing all new products rather than revist what are relatively new products like the o8 and 66 just to upgrade them DCC wise - after all it is possible, and many modellers do, install DCC in those products.

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