Bachmann Europe was established in England in 1989 with its initial Bachmann ‘Branchline’ product range catering for OO gauge railway modellers. Since then Bachmann Europe has purchased Liliput with further acquisitions including British N gauge model railway manufacturer Graham Farish.

REVIEW: Graham Farish 100T TEA BOGIE Tanker

We take a look at the new N gauge Graham Farish 100T TEA bogie tanker ahead of its full review in the September ...


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Bachmann ex-ROD 2-8-0 L&NWR Class MM

Andy York takes a closer look at the new Bachmann ex-ROD 2-8-0 L&NWR Class MM. ...


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Bachmann presentation

Bachmann Europe Plc visited the Bluebell Railway during its Atlantic House Open Weekend to present a cheque for ...


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GCR Rothley Station Bachmann Scenecraft

Announced at the Great Central Railway model event this weekend, Bachmann Europe Plc is to produce its model ...


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Bachmann Class 90 formation guide

Looking for ideas on the trains you can run behind your new Bachmann Class 90? Here are some illustrated ...


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Bachmann Class 90

This new model from Bachmann could be a game-changer, watch our video to find out why


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Thomas the Tank Engine

Bachmann Europe has taken on the licence to produce "Thomas the Tank Engine" models in the UK. ...


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Graham Farish Birdcage

Here we take a first look at the new Graham Farish Birdcage, which will feature in June 2019 issue of BRM. ...


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94xx tanks

At the London Festival of Railway Modelling, Bachmann showed major progress on several of their projects, but only ...


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Bachmann stand Ally Pally show

Thousands of visitors attended the capital's premier model railway show at Alexandra Palace on March 23/24. For ...


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Bachman GNR Ivatt C1 ‘Atlantic’ 4-4-2

Bachmann’s Ivatt C1 Atlantic is now available and here's three reasons why you should consider it ...


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Bachmann Class 37 DB Schenker

Two Class 37 locomotives, 37419 and 37670 were outshopped in the bright and distinctive red and grey livery of DB ...


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