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Afternoom, All - this was waiting for me this morning as I opened up my email from Lorenz Schug over in Detzem -

http://www.accucraft.de/Produkte/1_...team_.html

I bleeve that this is the very first mas-produced live-steam model of this heavy freight locomotive ever made.

The price is not half-bad either - on a par with the SP F4/5 of recent production.

Sure to be a hit!

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You are becoming a problem.....

First it was the Britannia [70037 / Hareward the Wake]; and NOW THIS... a BR-45 2-10-2 to go along side my ancient Aster BR-44 2-10-0.

Many thanks for the link.

YMHAOS
 

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Posted By Dr Rivet on 28 Dec 2010 05:08 PM
TAC

You are becoming a problem.....

First it was the Britannia [70037 / Hareward the Wake]; and NOW THIS... a BR-45 2-10-2 to go along side my ancient Aster BR-44 2-10-0.

Many thanks for the link.

YMHAOS
I should have your problem. Hope you have the nameplates of '37 correctly spelled ' H-E-R-E-W-A-R-D the WAKE'.

And what does the acronym stand for?

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Yes - HEREWARD; just a typical Dr R typo
YMHAOS - closing over signature in letters from the OLD days in Britian and the colonies, although I am sure it was written out in those days.
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