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    Quote Originally Posted by WRENNEIRE View Post
    Its a strange one Fran, Lima entered the British market in 73, and by 77 they had moved from HO to OO
    HO sets with the Class33/A Class were in the shops late 76 early 77 so I am at a loss as to the history of this model.
    I stuck up on Facebook too and someone responded saying it was a heavily modified FS model. Lovely bit of scratch building!
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    Wrenneire,

    Have you any idea where the model came from?


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    Never seen this before Steve, any chance of a bigger pic?

  4. #924
    Quote Originally Posted by WRENNEIRE View Post
    Never seen this before Steve, any chance of a bigger pic?
    Is it a Marklin Diesel Loco commerating European rail operators. Please post entire photo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Traingamer View Post
    Is it a Marklin Diesel Loco commerating European rail operators. Please post entire photo.
    It is Marklin 83019 Class BR216 special edition of 4000 piece in 1993.

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    Cheers Steve
    You can put that back in its box now
    We dont need any of that Marklin stuff on this thread!!!

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