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- Kernow 2H
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- Bachmann Class 159
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- Bachmann 2EPB
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- Bachmann MLV
- Bachmann Class 450
- DJ Models HA (Class 71)
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- Hornby 2Hal
- Hornby 4Vep
- Hornby Class 395
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4mm scale mass-produced ready to run EMUs - Hornby Class 466 Networker
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Being initially produced at the point Hornby were beginning to get into accurate scale models, this model, whilst promising, is a real "curate's egg". The bodywork moulding and detailing, save for a gap around the dumb buffers, is excellent. The model comes with directionally controlled head and tail lights and separately applied fine detail. Unfortunately, the model is only powered on one axle by a small motor within the bogie. The lower section of the body is cast in alloy to provide low down adhesion but given the lack of power from the small motor this unit can give a very good impersonation of running during "leaf fall " season.
To be fair, due to some "tweaking" the later Connex, Southeastern and Network SouthEast versions seem less underpowered than the original NSE versions. Repowering this unit by various methods can also provide a very creditable model.
Between 1997 and 2000 Hornby originally produced two differently numbered versions in Network SouthEast livery. Between 2003 and 2004 there then followed two differently numbered Connex versions.
In 2006 Modelzone commissioned a limited edition (1000 pieces) version in Southeastern livery followed 4 years later by a limited edition version in Network SouthEast.
Note due to body differences between Class 465 and Class 466 a four car 465 can only be produced from this model by extensive surgery... though some have done this.