D & S Models

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CVR1865
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D & S Models

Post by CVR1865 » Wed Mar 08, 2006 6:49 pm

Excellent resource for pre grouping LNER constituant companies, address is for mail order only D & S models 46 The Street, Wallington, nr Baldock, Hertfordshire, SG7 6SW. catalogue is 80p.

sadly as of late 2005 production of 4mm is suspended. 7mm GNR kits should be available again soon with a decision regarding the rest of the range to be made this year. they really are an excellent resource for pre LNER coaches, wagons, brake vans and even perculiar things such as the GER tramway coaches.

i will post anynews as i hear it.
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Post by richard » Wed Mar 08, 2006 7:46 pm

Thanks for the info Simon.

You can post announcements of new LNER&constituent releases to the News section - you'll see I've posted things like Union Mills releases and Dapol announcements in the past.


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Post by rob » Fri Mar 17, 2006 3:36 pm

I was talking to Danny Pinnock about two weeks ago-he has been unwell but is hoping to get back to work soon.He has done some limited 4mm stuff and I bought quite a lot from him last year-superb range,a pleasure to build and when will you get 12 wheel restaurant cars in rtr!Danny did indicate he wants to complete his 4mm range with some ECJS coaching stock-I very much hope so!
I have just completed to bare brass the handsome ECJS clerestory full brake and it brings home what a resource we are losing in 4mm.Danny explained that it is as difficult to tool up for 4 as 7 but there is a miniscule profit margin which I can well imagine and this has influenced his decision.He does have some etches left and I think he could well be persuaded to continue the GNR range if enough people ask nicely enough!

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