Bachmann Europe is producing an exclusive limited edition OO-gauge (1:76 scale) model of London Underground’s S stock for the London Transport Museum.
The set, which is available to pre-order, consists of four cars, including two driving cars (A 21002 and D 21001) and two trailer cars (M2 25002 and MS 24001), and is DDC ready.
This marks the company’s second exclusive London Underground S stock model train set, with the new limited edition set featuring the standard 2014 S Stock London Underground livery and destination board displays showing 425 Baker Street. The model also includes the S Stock moquette pattern printed on the interior seating, which is a first for Bachmann.
The four-car S Stock model train set is priced at £595 and can be pre-ordered online. It is expected to be available for purchase both online and in-person at the London Transport Museum‘s Covent Garden shop in late autumn.
Photo credit: London Transport Museum
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