SRail Legends

ian_martin

61 posts

Get them while you can...

"Unfortunately we have discontinued the Rail Legends range at this time.
I will be happy to pass your suggestion onto the Marketing and Development team, they do appreciate all
suggestions and take these on board when planning future ranges."

so I guess thats all the diecast trains are no more?

 

81F

7 posts

 I cannot help feeling that the choice of scale makes them less marketable as it doesn't correspond with any of the scales used by those modelling British Railways.

 

As a thought would you all have still collected them if they had been released in say 1:148 scale. If yes then they would appeal would have been wider attracting those who model in British N scale. 

Modelling the GWR in the Welsh Borders, and the Glyn Valley Tramway with quite a few bits from elsewhere!

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