Hornby shows decorated samples of coaches

05 November 2021
In its latest Engine Shed blog instalment, the manufacturer highlights detail and liveries applied to forthcoming coaches.

Ahead of its 2022 main range launch on January 10, Hornby has revealed decorated samples of more forthcoming Maunsell and Mk. 4 coaches.

Sharing the images and news via its website blog, Engine Shed, Hornby added, "In keeping with the old adage, ‘A picture paints a thousand words’, we have a selection of decorated samples of the new Mk3, Mk4, and Maunsell coaches which we can’t stop looking at – wait until you see the close ups!"

Shown in carmine and cream, and BR green, the images highlight window and coach end detail.

Maunsell coaches Hornby

Maunsell coaches Hornby

Maunsell coaches Hornby

Note window curtain and door grab handle details.

In other news, Hornby also shared the latest decorated samples of its GNER Mk. 4 coaches, showing the high detail and livery applied to these coaches. Included with each coach is a newly-developed close coupling, allowing a smaller gap between each coach.

Hornby Mk 4 coach GNER

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Hornby Mk 4 coach GNER

An image was also shown of a Mk.3 coach carrying First Great Western dynamic lines livery.

Hornby Mk.3 coach dynamic lines

For further details on these new models, including pricing and availability, visit the Hornby website, or see your local Hornby stockist.


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