2019 Ranges *Updated* 23/01/2019
If you order one of the 2019 catalogues and pre-order at least one item from the new range you will be entered into a competition with a chance of winning £500.00 worth of Rails vouchers!
HORNBY 2019 RANGE!
There are lots of exciting new releases. including over 400 new products.
B2 Pecketts, Princess Royal locomotives, large prairies to name a few.
The full range is online and available to pre-order with the majority of the locomotives currently post free!
BACHMANN 2019 RANGE!
The fantastic new Bachmann, Graham Farish and Scenecraft 2019 ranges are now all online and available to pre-order.
Over 400 new products have been announced. Full descriptions, images, ERA and DCC information has now all been added to our site.
Tons of exciting new releases within the section including new narrow gauge items, a large variety of OO modern image locomotives and rolling stock plus a good selection of steam locomotives.
Another great collection of N gauge products have been announced including many of the exciting branchline locomotives now available in N gauge! A good selection of sound fitted locomotives have been revealed along with over 90 new wagons!
Over 50 new scenecraft items have been announced including N, OO and OO9 narrow gauge items
OXFORD RAIL 2019 RANGE!
Please note little information has been supplied so far, more detail will be added shortly
This year promises an exciting Oxford Rail 2019 ahead with releases galore, including a totally new locomotive, a limited edition train pack, plus additions to an already popular and established product range.
For 2019 the choice of locomotives has been extended once again with the introduction of the NER P3 locomotive, which for many is probably better known as the LNER / BR Class J27. This very capable locomotive was built to handle long distance freight and mineral trains mainly in the northeastern region. Due to the locomotive being so robust and being more than capable of hauling heavy coal trains the last of the Class was not removed from traffic until September 1967.