Bachmann reveals future plans

2010-11 plans are unveiled by Bachmann.

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BACHMANN EUROPE Plc today revealed its future model production plans for the next 18 months in the impressive surroundings of Coventry City FC’s Ricoh Arena.

The Bachmann branchline range of 4mm scale/’OO’ gauge models will see the addition, for the first time, of two items designed to work underneath overhead catenary. These are a Class 85 electric locomotive and a Class 350 ‘Desiro’ electric multiple unit.

Class 70 by Bob Sweet

On the diesel front there is the previously announced Freightliner Powerhaul Class 70 which is to be joined by a new first generation diesel multiple unit in the form of a two-car Derby ‘lightweight’. The Class 37/0 locomotive is also being significantly upgraded with a new bodyshell incorporating lighting.

Steam locomotive fans are to benefit from a Somerset & Dorset 7F 2-8-0 and a Johnson 3F 0-6-0.

New wagons are to include a BAA bogie steel carrier an OTA timber wagon the FNA flask wagon, LNER steel sided open and a range of LNER ventilated vans.

The Graham Farish N gauge range will be boosted with the introduction of the prototype Deltic, a Class 03 diesel shunter and newly tooled Mk.1 coach covering SO, SK, BSK and CK.

The following are new diesel and electric era items for 2010 (some existing tooling with livery or running number changes).

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Train Sets

30-x51 Iarnrod Eireann train set with Class 2700 DMU

Diesel locomotives
32-029A Class 20 No. 20090 in Railfreight grey / red stripe livery
32-429DS Class 24 No. D5100 in green DCC SOUND
32-430B Class 24 No. D5061 in green
32-328 Class 25/1 No. D7581 in green
32-406 Class 25/3 No. D5255 in two tone green
32-781 Class 37/0 No. 37251 in blue
32-782 Class 37/0 No. D6801 in green
32-783DS Class 37/0 No. 37049 in blue DCC SOUND
32-386 Class 37/5 No. 37513 in Railfreight Metals livery
32-387 Class 37/5 No. 37518 in Railfreight red stripe livery
32-385 Class 37/4 No. 37415 in InterCity livery
32-677A Class 45 No. 45120 in blue
31-585 Class 70 No. 70006 in Freighliner PowerHaul livery
31-586 Class 70 No. 70003 in Freightliner PowerHaul livery

Class 170 in First ScotRail

Diesel Multiple Units
32-900B Class 108 in BR green with speed whiskers (2 car)
32-515 Derby Lightweight in BR green with full yellow ends (2 car)
32-516 Derby Lightweight in BR green with speed whiskers (2 car)
32-517 Derby Lightweight in BR blue
32-467 Class 170 in Transport Scotland Saltaire livery (3 car)

Electric locomotives
31-676 Class 85 No. E3058 in BR electric blue with twin pantographs
31-677 Class 85 No. E3056 in BR blue
31-678 Class 85 No. 85026 in BR blue

Electric Multiple Units
31-030 Class 350 No. 350102 in unbranded Silverlink livery
31-031 Class 350 No. 350238 in London Midland livery
31-032 Class 350 No. 350115 ‘Apollo’ in London Midland livery
31-426A Class 411 4Cep in green with yellow ends
31-425A Class 411 4Cep in green with whistle
31-427A Class 411 4Cep in blue/grey

Mk. 1 coaches
39-027F SK Second Corridor in crimson/cream
39-127D CK Composite Corridor in crimson/cream
39-079B BSK Brake Second Corridor in chocolate/cream
39-129B CK Composite Corridor in chocolate/cream
39-154B FK First Corridor in chocolate/cream
39-179B BG Full Brake in chocolate/cream
39-229B BCK Brake Composite Corridor in chocolate/cream
39-262A RMB Restaurant Miniature Buffet in green (late)
39-101C RU Restaurant Car in maroon (ER)
39-103B RU Restaurant Car in maroon (WR)
39-126E CK Composite Corridor in maroon
39-151D FK First Corridor in maroon
39-176D BG Full Brake in maroon
39-226C BCK Brake Corridor in maroon
39-271B GUV General Utility Van in maroon
39-025E SK Second Corridor in blue/grey
39-050E SO Second Open in blue/grey
38-075C BSK Brake Second Corridor in blue/grey
39-125C CK Composite Corridor in blue/grey
39-150C FK Corridor Composite in blue/grey
39-175C BG Full Brake in blue/grey
39-182B NCV Full Brake in blue with Newspapers branding
39-250B RFO Restaurant Car in blue/grey
39-727B GUV General Utility Vehicle in blue – Express Parcels branding
39-274 GUV General Utility Vehicle in InterCity Motorail livery
39-270A GUV General Utility Vehicle in Rail Express Systems red/grey
39-300B Pullman SK Second Kitchen No. 334 in umber/cream

Mk. 2 coaches
39-333A FK First Corridor in green
39-332A FK First Corridor in maroon
39-330A FK First Corridor in blue/grey

Wagons
37-951C Conflat A with BD container in BR crimson
33-079A China clay wagon without hood in BR grey
33-080B China clay wagon with hood in BR bauxite (weathered)
33-081B China clay wagon with hood in BR bauxite (weathered)
38-170B BR 12 Ton plywood ventilated van in early BR bauxite
38-171B BR 12 Ton plywood ventilated van in late BR bauxite
38-180B BR 12 Ton plywood fruit van in early BR bauxite
38-181B BR 12 Ton plywood fruit van in late BR bauxite
38-230A BR 12 Ton planked vent van/plywood doors early BR bauxite
37-225F 16 Ton mineral wagon with top flap doors in BR grey
37-226F 16 Ton mineral wagon with top flap doors in BR bauxite
37-250F 16 Ton mineral wagon with top flap doors in BR grey
37-252D 16 Ton mineral wagon with top flap doors in BR bauxite
37-377F 16 Ton pressed end door steel mineral wagon in BR grey
37-275E 27 Ton steel tippler wagon in BR grey with Iron Ore branding
37-276B 27 Ton steel tippler wagon in BR grey with Chalk branding
37-354B 13 Ton steel sand tippler wagon in BR grey
37-355B 13 Ton steel sand tippler wagon in BR bauxite
38-325 LNER 13 Ton high sided open/chain pockets early BR bauxite
38-326 LNER 13 Ton high sided open/chain pockets late BR bauxite
38-327 LNER 13 Ton high sided open/smooth sides early BR bauxite
38-328 LNER 13 Ton high sided open/smooth sides late BR bauxite
33-856C 30 Ton bogie bolster wagon in BR grey
33-928 30 Ton bogie bolster wagon in BR grey with steel girders
33-929 30 Ton bogie bolster wagon in BR grey with pipe load
33-879 45 Ton bogie well wagon in LNER grey with boiler load
33-901 45 Ton bogie well wagon in BR grey
38-152A 80 Tonne BDA bogie bolster in EWS livery
38-158 80 Tonne BDA bogie bolster in BR bauxite – steel pipe load
38-159 80 Tonne BDA bogie bolster in Railfreight – steel beam load
38-350 BAA steel carrier in EWS livery with steel coil load
38-351 BAA steel carrier in Railfreight Metal sector with steel coil load
38-352 BAA steel carrier in Railfreight red / black with steel coil load
37-575A 45 Ton TTA tank wagon in BP green
37-576A 45 Ton TTA tank wagon in Esso grey
37-577A 45 Ton TTA tank wagon in Shell / BP
37-583A 45 Ton TTA tank wagon in Mobil grey
38-110A 100 Ton TEA tank wagon in Shell grey
38-111A 100 Ton TEA tank wagon in BP green
38-113A 100 Ton TEA tank wagon in Esso grey
37-854A 104 Tonne HTA Bulk coal hopper wagon in EWS livery
38-030B 100 Tone HHA bogie hopper wagon in Freightliner Heavy Haul
37-502B 24 Ton Ore hopper wagon in BR grey
38-131A 45 Tonne Seacow YGB hopper wagon in Departmental
38-132A 45 Tonne Seacow YGB hopper wagon in EWS
38-056A 21 Tonne OCA Dropside open wagon in Railfreight red
38-095B 34 Ton PNA ballast / spoil 5 rib wagon in Railtack
38-085B 34 Tonne Limpet ZKA open ballast wagon in Dutch
38-005A 46 Tonne HSA hopper wagon in BR bauxite
38-006A 46 Tonne HEA hopper wagon in Railfreight red / grey
38-013A 24 Tonne MFA open box mineral wagon in EWS (weathered)
33-435A 51 Tonne SSA scrap wagon (weathered)
38-300 OTA (xVDA) timber wagon with lumber load in BR Railfreight
38-301 OTA (xVDA) timber wagon with lumber load in EWS livery
38-345 FNA nuclear flask with flat floor and round buffers
38-346 FNA nuclear flask – sloping floor, changeover valve/oval buffers
38-347 FNA nuclear flask – sloping floor and round buffers
37-305A 2 x Intermodal wagons with 45ft DHL containers

‘OO’ gauge Scenecraft Buildings & Accessories
Station buildings

44-065 Art Deco platform centre building
44-066 Art Deco station building
44-067 Art Deco station end building
44-068 Art Deco subway building
44-073 Suburban station building

Lineside scenes
44-082 Derelict signal box
44-080 Weighbridge
44-069 Electrical substation
44-064 Art Deco signal box
44-043 Lineside transformer site

Urban Scenes
44-081 Portable builtdings (Portakabin)
44-024 Low relief bonded warehouse
44-075 Fire station
44-076 Garage
44-077 Georgian Townhouse
44-202 Low relief terrace houses (front)
44-203 Low relief corner store
44-085 Lock up garages
44-078 Modern industrial chimney
44-74 Bus Depot

On Shed
44-083 Carriage Shed
44-072 Depot crane
44-508 MPD accessories
44-070 Coaling Tower
44-050 4 Road engine shed
44-084 Inspection pit

Concrete Works
44-071 Wagon loading tower

Brewery
44-520 Metal beer kegs
44-518 wooden barrels

Village Scenes
44-51 Watermill

Accessories
44-517 Brute trolleys
44-079 Station forecourt set
44-512 Mobile snack bar
44-513 modern public toilet auto kiosk
44-511 Grounded van body
44-530 Cast iron bollards
44-531 Concrete bollards
44-510 modern shelter (station or bus)
44-514 modern bench seats
44-515 Greenhouse
44-516 garden shed
44-519 Oil barrels
44-521 milk churns
44-522 old style dustbins
44-523 CCTV security cameras
44-524 Fire buckets
44-525 Domestic wheelie bins
44-526 Industrial chemical drums
44-527 Propane cylinders
44-528 Air conditioning units
44-529 Traffic island bollards
44-532 Large aggregate bags
44-509 Car park accessories

Figures
36-080 Horses
36-081 Cows
36-082 Pigs
36-083 Sheep
36-400 1960s-1970s coal miners
36-401 Trainspotters
36-402 1960s-1970s standing passengers
36-403 Factory workers and foreman
36-404 1940s-1950s station staff
36-405 1960s-1970s station staff
36-406 Suburban street scene
36-407 1950s train crew
36-408 12 seated coach passengers

Graham Farish ‘N’ gauge
Train Sets
370-275 ‘The Merseyside Express’ with DP1 Deltic prototype loco

Diesel Locomotives
371-018 Class 08 No. 08585 in Freightliner livery
371-060 Class 03 No. D2011 in BR green
371-061 Class 03 No. D2388 in BR green with wasp stripes
371-062 Class 03 No. 03066 in BR blue with wasp stripes
371-050B Class 04 No. D2228 in BR green with late crest
372-950 Class 14 No. D9555 in BR green with wasp stripes
372-951 Class 14 No. D9523 in BR green (weathered)
370-952 Class 14 No. 14029 in BR blue with wasp stripes
371-078 Class 25 No. D7549 in BR two tone green (weathered)
371-451A Class 37/0 No. D6707 in BR green with late crest
371-465 Class 37/0 No. 37254 in BR blue
371-466 Class 37/0 No. 37035 in BR Civil Engineers (Dutch) livery
371-467 Class 37/0 No. 37239 Coal Merchants of Scotland Rf coal
371-177A Class 40 No. D382 in BR green
371-178A Class 40 No. 40150 in BR blue
371-202 Class 44 No. D7 Ingleborough in BR green
371-575A Class 45 No. D55 Royal Signals in BR green
372-240 Class 47 No. 47535 University of Leicester in large logo blue
372-241 Class 47 No. 47612 Titan in InterCity livery
372-242 Class 47 No. 47474 Sir Rowland Hill in BR parcels red/grey
371-253 Class 50 No. 50033 Glorious in BR blue
372-920 Deltic Prototype locomotive No. DP1
371-393 Class 66 No. 66301 (5 door) in Fastline Livery
371-394 Class 66 No. 66623 (5 door) in Freightliner/Bardon Aggregates

Electric locomotives
371-802 Class 91 No. 91021 Archibishop Thomas Crammer
in GNER livery with DVT trailer

Diesel multiple units
371-502 Class 101 2 car DMU in BR blue livery
371-503 Class 101 3 car DMU in BR blue / grey livery
371-878 Class 108 2 car DMU in BR blue
371-879 Class 108 3 car DMU in BR blue

Mk. 1 Coaches
374-270A 57ft suburban compartment 2nd in BR crimson
374-280A 57ft suburban composite in BR crimson
374-290A 57ft suburban second coach in BR crimson
374-150B FK First Corridor in BR crimson / cream
374-028A BG Full Brake in BR green
374-100B RMB Mini Buffet in BR green
374-151B FK First Corridor in BR green
374-803A RFO Restaurant Car in BR green
374-101C RMB Mini Buffet in BR chocolate / cream
374-081A RFO Restaurant car in BR maroon
374-129 GUV General Utility Van in BR maroon
374-025C BG Full Brake in BR blue / grey
374-125C GUV General Utility Van in BR blue
374-156A FK First Corridor in BR blue / grey
374-127B GUV General Utility Van in RES red / grey
New SO, SK, BSK and CK vehicles not yet listed
374-201A Pullman FP First Parlour in BR grey / blue livery
374-211A Pullman SP Second Parlour in BR grey / blue livery

Mk. 3 coaches
374-331 TS Trailer Standard in Cross Country livery
374-355 TFD Trailer First Disabled in Cross Country livery
374-380 TCC Trailer Composite Catering in Cross Country livery
374-405 TGS Trailer Card Standard in Cross Country livery

Wagons
373-403B OAA 31 Ton open wagon in Railfreight red / grey
373-625C OBA 31 Ton open wagon in EWS livery
373-626C OBA 31 Ton open wagon in Railfreight red / grey
373-627C OBA 31 Ton open wagon with high ends in Plasmoor
373-628C OBA 31 Ton open wagon with high ends in EWS livery
377-625 12 Ton plywood fruit van in early BR bauxite
377-626 12 Ton plywood fruit van in late BR bauxite
377-627 12 Ton ventilated van plywood doors in early BR bauxite
377-628 12 Ton ventilated van plywood doors in late BR bauxite
373-052B 29 Ton VBA box van in Railfreight
373-053B 29 Ton VBA box van in EWS
377-275A 27 Ton steel tippler wagon with Iron Ore branding
373-826A 102 Tonne BRA steel strip carrier in EWS
373-554B 100 Ton TEA tank wagon in BP black (weathered)
373-555B 100 Ton TEA tank wagon in Shell livery (weathered)
373-556B 100 Ton TEA tank wagon in Fina livery (weathered)
373-650A 14 Ton tank wagon in National Benzole livery
373-651B 14 Ton tank wagon in Shell Electrical Oils
373-653A 14 Ton tank wagon in ICI
373-675A 14 Ton tank wagon with large filler in Mobil
373-678A 14 Ton tank wagon with large filler in Fina
373-679A 14 Ton tank wagon in Shell / BP livery
373-776B 45 Tonne TTA tank wagon in Esso
373-030B PGA Bulk aggregate hopper in British Industrial Sand
373-032A PGA Bulk aggregate hopper in VGA grey
373-033B PGA Bulk aggregate hopper in Lafarge
373-505C 46 Tonne HEA hopper in EWS
373-575D 46 Tonne MEA open mineral wagon in EWS
373-900C 46 Tonne HAA hopper wagon in silver/brown
377-000A 40 Tonne Sealion YGH hopper in olive green
377-001A 40 Tonne Seacow YGA hopper in Dutch
377-002A 40 Tonne Seacow YGA in EWS
377-100A 90 Tonne JGA bogie hopper in RMC
377-101A 90 Tonne JGA bogie hopper in Buxton Lime Industries
377-102A 90 Tonne JGA bogie hopper in Tarmac
377-550A 31 Tonne OCA dropside wagon in Dutch
377-551A 31 Tonne OCA dropside wagon in BR Railfreight
377-552A 31 Tonne OCA dropside wagon in EWS
377-575A 102 Tonne HYA hopper wagon in GBRf VTG
377-650 MBA bogie hopper wagon in EWS livery with buffers
377-651 MBA bogie hopper wagon in EWS livery without buffers
377-652 MOA bogie hopper wagon in EWS livery with buffers
373-002D PCA bulk powder wagon in Rugby Cement
373-003D PCA bulk powder wagon in Blue Circle Cement (weathered)
373-006B PCA bulk powder wagon in RMC orange (weathered)
373-007B PCA bulk powder wagon in Castle Cement (weathered)
377-355 2 x Intermodal bogie wagon with 45ft DHL containers

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19 Responses to Bachmann reveals future plans

  1. mark jackson says:

    class 85 and 350 excellent!!!

  2. Chris Boon says:

    Fantastic – I’ve been waiting for an FNA flask wagon for a long time. Finally something for all those DRS 37s to do!

  3. Jack says:

    Yea! I’ll second what Chris said! I’ve always wanted a FNA, but didn’t want the kit. But now its a fully made wagon! Yipee! And I love the idea of the 350s! AMAZING!!!!

  4. simon bradbury says:

    wow bachmann u have put hornby to shame again and fillinh in a big gap in the wagon market keep it up

  5. Marcus Weeden says:

    and i will agree with that aswell as i have got a couple of drs 37’s and a pair of 20’s in the making ideal for the fna’s when they come out. nothing new for the steam side this year whats going on there. its going to be a expensive year for me. 350’s will be just the start of the overhead EMU’s bachmann have plenty of choices to do other overhead emus

    • Gareth says:

      Hi Marcus,

      We’ve only listed the items applicable to diesel and electric era models. There are new numbers/liveries on various coaches and wagons for the steam boys, as well as the two steam locos mentioned in the main text.

  6. B Harding says:

    Well done with the S&D offerings! Just what we need.

  7. Howard says:

    a 350?! 70s! BLOODY AMAZING MUST GET SAVING

  8. gerry franklin says:

    great how soon can we have the other classes 81 to 84 and maybe even the class 89 well we live in hope!!!!!!

  9. RAR says:

    A 37/5 or two in there. I can see this being a temptation given my probs in getting the liveries wanted via RE.

    Good to see the 70, BAA’s and FNA. The future looks bright. Especially with all the items announced last year we are yet to see on the shelves!

    However the way Bachmann work I guess we wont see most of this until 2011!

  10. gerry franklin says:

    just a ps to above living in hope how about a class 13 or is this realy too much to hope for?

  11. Howard says:

    now we have the FNAs why cant we have the FEA RHTT wagons?

  12. CHRIS says:

    Hi Gareth,
    Just a quick observation on a couple of wagons: 38-131A seacow in dutch and 38-056A OCA railfreight are both being released again.
    Looking at the photos they both still show the latter overhead warning symbols, any chance you could influence Bachmann on changing to the earlier versions?
    (Im sure they are both supposed to be from the sector era which would mean the symbols were incorrect).

  13. CHRIS says:

    I still cant believe we are finally going to have a super detailed class 85! Well done Bachmann,I think sales will be good and should open up the possibility of more retro AC electrics!
    Could we see the Class 81 next complete with Salmon logo? or 82 or 83 in intercity! even the 84 wore blue and Derby research livery!

    Here’s a retro plea to Rail Express! How about a limited run of some Bachmann mk1 SEALINK coaches to go with the class 85!

  14. Will Baddiley says:

    i would like to see some coal hoppers for my fastline freight 66 OO gauge

  15. Mick Hibbert says:

    Nice to see the new wagons bachmann are releasing in their new 2010 catalogue……perhaps we will get them for 2013.

  16. Doug Smith says:

    Having got shut of all my BachFar MK1s cause they look terrible you could have knocked me down with a fevver when I read the mag. If the new mk1s are up to the stanier’s standard I’l be saving up for them and not buying any more Kato Japanese!!

  17. Matt says:

    Would love to see Bachmann do GBRf coal hoppers as my layout is crying out for a rake of them. Lets hope they read this !

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