20-lo­co­mo­tive give­away

Cel­e­brate Model Rail’s 20th birth­day with a chance to win a model lo­co­mo­tive.

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We’re cel­e­brat­ing Model Rail’s 20th birth­day in style by giv­ing away 20 model lo­co­mo­tives. En­ter­ing our com­pe­ti­tion couldn’t be eas­ier: go to www.model-rail.co.uk/birth­day­comp and click on the links for the lo­co­mo­tives you’d like to win (see over­leaf for en­ter­ing the com­pe­ti­tion by post). An­swer the ques­tions and you could re­ceive a shiny ad­di­tion to your lo­co­mo­tive fleet. Clos­ing date is Novem­ber 20.

Model: Bach­mann Branch­line 32‑534DS: Class 55 ‘Deltic’ 55004 Queen’s Own High­lander, BR blue (with sound!) Worth: £249.95 Ques­tion: Napier’s Deltic diesel en­gine has its crankshaft­s ar­ranged in which shape? A: Oc­tagon B: Square C: Tri­an­gle

Model: Bach­mann Branch­line Class 43 ‘War­ship’ D838 Rapid, BR ma­roon Worth: £149.95 Ques­tion: The Class 43 TOPS code was later al­lo­cated to which type of train? A: APT B: HST C: IEP

Model: Gra­ham Far­ish 372-629: ‘2MT’ 2-6-0 No. 46460, weath­ered BR black Worth: £139.95 Ques­tion: H.G. Ivatt’s fa­ther, H.A. Ivatt, was lo­co­mo­tive su­per­in­ten­dent of which rail­way? A: Great East­ern Rail­way B: Great North­ern Rail­way C: Great Western Rail­way

Model: Bach­mann Branch­line 32‑287: Class 101 two‑car DMU, BR blue/grey Worth: £169.95 Ques­tion: When was the last Class 101 with­drawn from main line ser­vice? A: 1983 B: 1993 C: 2003

Model: Bach­mann Branch­line 31‑430: ‘1F’ 0‑6‑0T No. 1725, LMS un­lined black Worth: £95.95 Ques­tion: Sole‑ sur­viv­ing ‘Half Cab’ No. 41708 is pre­served where? A: Bar­row Hill Round­house B: Midland Rail­way, But­ter­ley C: National Rail­way Mu­seum

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