Have I missed something?

How long have Bachmann had a HST in their range? Cat ref 371-475A or is it N
gauge?
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Andy Sollis- Churnet Valley model Railway Dept.
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"Andy Sollis- Churnet Valley model Railway Dept."
N gauge.
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Rich Mackin
In message , Andy Sollis- Churnet Valley model Railway Dept. writes
Quick guide to identifying the gauge from Bachmann's reference numbers:
Two numbers in front of the hyphen = OO gauge Three numbers ... = N gauge
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Jane Sullivan
"Jane Sullivan" wrote Quick guide to identifying the gauge from Bachmann's reference numbers:
Two numbers in front of the hyphen = OO gauge Three numbers ... = N gauge
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Andy Sollis- Churnet Valley model Railway Dept.
"Andy Sollis- Churnet Valley model Railway Dept." wrote
They're planning a 66 in N-scale too Andy.
John.
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John Turner
Odd that Bachmann consider there is sufficient demand to produce a GWR railcar in N but not in 00?
(kim)
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kim
"kim" wrote
It was part of the tooling acquired when they bought out Graham Farish, otherwise I doubt whether it would be scheduled.
John.
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John Turner
One presumes they spent some money on bringing it up to modern standards.
(kim)
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kim
"kim" wrote
They certainly didn't with the class 20s.
John.
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John Turner

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