upnick wrote:Foxhunter models do a kit for the A1 to fit the Graham Farish A3 chassis as far as i can find out.
Dont have an email for them but here is their address down this link
poliss wrote:The only place I could find the Foxhunter Models Peppercorn A1 is in the N Gauge Society's shop. http://ngaugesociety.com/benefits/shop.php3?start=0
poliss wrote:The Del Prado Flying Scotsman is an A1, but I don't know how practical it would be to motorise as it's a static model. It's probably 1:160 N scale too as opposed to the usual 1:148 British N Gauge.
BR60103 wrote:There are 2 main manufacturers of British RTR N gauge: Dapol and Graham Fahrish/Bachmann. I don't think either has an A1 in prospect. But with Tornado just come out, there might be something.
The A1 designation was used at least twice: Gresley's original Pacifics and Peppercorn's. I don't remember if Tjompson used it for any of his. Gresley's A1s became A3 when they were re-boiled with higher pressure; the few unchanged ones became A10 when the Thompsons came out.
Fatso wrote:Wiredup wrote:Could anyone point me in the direction to find a DCC equipped or capable British loco?
I'm specifically looking for an A1 4-6-2.
It's gotta be Candy Apple Green too!
The A1 4-6-2 is just a Flying Scotsman, without the Flying Scotsman name badge.
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/GRAHAM-FARISH-372 ... 286.c0.m14
Wiredup wrote:But with the British stuff being slightly different gauge... that would cause an issue motorizing it with a Bachmann A3 (as I doubt the Del Prado would look good on a Model Power Pacific chassis. )
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