Farish EWS HTA Coal Hoppers hit the shops

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LucaZone

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Hattons of Liverypool are now offering these wagons at £15 each, with RRP @ £16.95. Guttingly that set a rake of them @ roughly £240 (16 wagons?)

Still, I aint gonna get that lot of a 4ft section! ha
 
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I'm a bit disapointed with N gauge tbh in terms of pricing, you'd of thought for less plastic and what like you'd be paying a lot less, perhaps half? but you pay nrearly the same price as 00!
 

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Its a case of detial. Yes it uses less material, but the machinery is more expensive and the required detail is harder to create. :/

The advantage is that you get full size trains in much less space :)
 

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A very good point, I must admit when I do another layout I may go N, the current quality of new stuff by Bachmann and Dapol looks bloody brilliant!
 
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