Published on Friday 23 April 2021 by Hornby Model Railways
90024 entered service on March 10, 1989 and has appeared in a number of liveries during its lifetime. Without a doubt, the current Malcolm Logistics scenic livery has to rate as the most eye-catching to feature on a Class 90
Malcolm Rail, Class 90, Bo-Bo, 90024 - Era 11: uk.hornby.com/products/malcolm-rail-class-90-bo-bo-90024-era-11-r3924
During the 1970s, British Railways had pursued the concept of tilting train technology for the West Coast Main Line through the Class 370 Advanced Passenger Train concept, allowing for higher speeds to be taken through curves.
Avanti West Coast, Class 390 Pendolino Train Pack – Era 11: uk.hornby.com/products/avanti-west-coast-class-390-pendolino-train-pack-69256-69656-69156-69556-era-11-r3952
As a train service which would have served well on light railways, this steam engine has a generous variety of open top wagon, goods van and a passenger coach.
Steam Engine Train Pack: uk.hornby.com/products/gwr-c15-clerestory-corridor-composite-3229-era-2-r30035
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