Farish drops Class 222 project

July 25, 2010

There is disappointment for ‘N’ scalers as two key models are shelved.

BACHMANN HAS TODAY announced changes to its Graham Farish ‘N’ scale range. This follows consultation with the company’s trade customers regarding production of the 9F 2-10-0 locomotive and the Class 222 ‘Meridian’ and ‘Pioneer’ high speed diesel electric multiple units.

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Class 24 diesel is Farish’s big surprise

February 23, 2009

Original Sulzer Type 2s head Graham Farish’s 2009 plans.

Graham Farish Class 24

THE ‘N’ GAUGE range of model railway items produced by Graham Farish is to be supplemented very shortly with the addition of a brand new model of the BR Class 24 diesel locomotive.

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Derby DMU in ‘N’ is first rate

October 22, 2008

Farish’s ‘N’ gauge Class 108 is due to hit shops soon!

Graham Farish Class 108

IT HAS ALREADY been a great year for ‘N’ gauge modellers, with numerous top quality new releases having already been produced this year. That trend continues into October with the release of the BR Derby-built Class 108 DMU in two-car power-trailer configuration from Graham Farish.

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Graham Farish’s big month

September 22, 2008

A tonne of new releases from the Bachmann ‘N’ subsidiary.

Graham Farish

THE FLOOD OF new items in the smaller scale continues with another big batch of ‘N’ gauge locomotives, coaches and freight rolling stock in the Graham Farish by Bachmann range.

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Farish brings out the small guns

August 19, 2008

New Warship and Intermodal flats for ‘N’ gauge.

Graham Farish

HAVING BEEN SHOWN off for some time in pre-production form, Graham Farish’s stunning ‘N’ gauge D800 ‘Warship’ diesel-hydraulic (Class 42) is now on its way into shops. Joining it will be the similarly great looking FIA/IFA ‘Multifret’ twin intermodal flat.

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More coal hoppers from Farish

June 19, 2008

New numbers for EWS and Freightliner coal hoppers

Graham Farish coal hoppers

FOLLOWING THE INTRODUCTION of the Graham Farish EWS HTA and Freightliner HHA 102-tonne bogie coal hoppers last year, the Bachmann subsidiary has released three more examples of these wagons with new numbers.

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