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 Posted: Tue Mar 5th, 2019 07:14 am
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If you are in the market for a GWR Hall check out  this Hattons bargain - it is a Railroad model but a pretty good one

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Hi Dave,

Yes that's an incrediable price, but if in the market for a higher quality Hall at an excellent Hatton's price, take a look at:

https://www.hattons.co.uk/155500/Bachmann_Branchline_30_525loco_Class_49xx_Hall_4_6_0_4965_Rood_Ashton_Hall_in_Great_Western_green_split_from_3/StockDetail.aspx

It's new and split from a train pack. I've bought one recently and the quality is great.

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But how can they have more than ten in stock, all split from train packs?

Did someone just want loads of carriages?

https://www.hattons.co.uk/71908/Bachmann_Branchline_30_525_The_Shakespeare_Express_Train_Pack_with_Hall_Class_4965_Rood_Ashton_Hall_in_Grea/StockDetail.aspx

:hmm


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Quite so Ed and with so much pre-owned Pullman stock available, it's a mystery to me.

Yet with such a great loco for so few vin rouge tokens, I'm content to let the mystery float past me.

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https://www.hattons.co.uk/368788/Bachmann_Branchline_30_525_PO_The_Shakespeare_Express_Train_Pack_2_x_Pullman_cars_in_umber_EFE_open_top_tour_b/StockDetail.aspx

Just one in stock!  .  .  .  and you can still order it with DCC and sound fitted!!! Perhaps the bus clippy shouts, 'Any more fares please?'



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Very odd, definitely a case of 'don't look a gift horse' Bill :lol:


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 ..  ..  ..  .. and not only the £49 Hornby Hall bargain, but also:

https://www.hattons.co.uk/34449/Bachmann_Branchline_31_127_Class_30xx_2_8_0_ROD_3023_in_BR_black_with_early_emblem/StockDetail.aspx

Wow, form an orderly queue!

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