Celebrate Model Rail’s 20th birthday with a chance to win a model locomotive.
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Bachmann Branchline 32‑287: Class 101 two‑car DMU, BR blue/grey Worth: £169.95 Question: When was the last Class 101 withdrawn from main line service?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