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Scheme 1: Franz Von Werra 1940 Scheme 2: G9 + JM III./NJG 1 Scheme 3: Yugoslavian Air Force L-33 As the battle hardened Bf109 fighter pilots of the Luftwaffe began operations against Britain following the Dunkirk evacuation, they would be at a disadvantage for the first time. With only enough fuel for limited time over England, any mechanical issue or damage during combat would result in their cap…
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The British named the M3 "General Stuart" upon receipt of the tank under the Lend-Lease program in June of 1941. The tank's ability to "shoot and scoot" as well as keeping the crew safe from small fire arms fire, earned an affectionae nickname of "Honey" by its operators. The British cavalry men liked this tank as it could travel 10 to 20 mph faster than their own or enemy tanks, and for its ease…
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The Panzerkampfwagen 35(t), commonly shortened to Panzer 35(t) or abbreviated as Pz.Kpfw. 35(t), was a Czechoslovakian designed light tank used mainly by Nazi Germany during World War II. The letter (t) stood for tschechisch (German: "Czech"). In Czechoslovakian service it had the formal designation Lehký tank vzor 35 (Light Tank Model 35), but was commonly referred to as the LT vz. 35 or LT-35. A…
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Production of the Tiger I began in August 1942 at the factory of Henschel und Sohn in Kassel, initially at a rate of 25 per month and peaking in April 1944 at 104 per month. 1,355 had been built by August 1944, when production ceased. Deployed Tiger I's peaked at 671 on 1 July 1944. It took about twice as long to build a Tiger I as another German tank of the period. When the improved Tiger II bega…
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These early machines were somewhat rushed into service and it was discovered that a number of modifications would be desirable, if not totally essential. Perhaps the most noticeable difference from the later models were around the canopy area – the first Typhoons were supplied with a forward opening ‘car door’ style cockpit entry for the pilot which even included a wind down window. The pilot also…
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Mould Tools made in 1966, pack Illustration by Brian Knight, 1970. Enjoy the nostalgia with Airfix Vintage Classics. The famous 'Tommies' in this set are wearing the uniform of the early war period on the Western Front. Included are signallers, a wiring party and a trench mortar with crew. Contains 48 unpainted pieces. Scale 1:76 Number of Parts 48 Age Suitability 8+
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Spanning the Apollo missions to the Moon, this 59 part set includes action figures of U.S. Astronauts and the equipment they used, including the famous Moon Buggy which was used to transport them on the Moon's surface Scale 1:76 Skill 1 Number of Parts 59 Age Suitability 8+
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Launched on 7th May 1765, HMS Victory gained its fame by becoming Admiral Nelson's flagship during the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. The victory at this battle ended Napoleon's bid for mastery of the sea, but cost Admiral Nelson his life. She had previously taken part in many major actions against Spanish and French fleets, and is now the oldest serving Royal Naval ship still in service, being the…
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A 'Cutty Sark' is a short chemise. It comes from a poem by Robbie Burns, Tam O'Shanter, when Tam, a young lad sees some witches dancing in the wood, one whom is wearing a very revealing Cutty Sark. The Cutty Sark, built in Dumbarton is the best known of all the clippers and in her hey-day was the fastest of them all. She could carry 32000 square feet of sail giving her a maximum speed of over 17 k…
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The Golden Hind was an English galleon best known for its global circumnavigation between 1577 and 1580, captained by Sir Francis Drake, who on his return with a haul of Spanish gold and other treasures was knighted by Queen Elizabeth. The Hind was a well armed and nimble galleon, she was orginally commissioned as The Pelican and built in Deptford, London, where she was launched in 1577. She was t…
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Detailed OOScale Locomotive Class: CL 08 Livery: Freightliner Era: 9 (1995 - 2005) Wheel Configuration: 0-6-0 Finish: Pristine Specifications: Decoder: 8 Pin DCC Ready Sound: NA Couplings: NEM Track Supply: DC 2 Rail
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Class: CL 37 Livery: Europhoenix Era: 9 (1995 - 2005) Wheel Configuration: Co-Co Finish: Pristine Specifications: Decoder: DCC Fitted Sound: Installed Couplings: NEM Track Supply: DCC 2 Rail
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Detailed OO Scale Locomotive Class: CL 90 Livery: BR Era: 8 (1982 - 1994) Wheel Configuration: Bo-Bo Finish: Pristine Specifications: Decoder: 21 Pin DCC Ready. Please note only use Bachmann Decoder 36-569 with this Locomotive. Sound: NA Couplings: NEM Track Supply: DC 2 Rail
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Livery: Railfreight Era: 8 (1982 - 1994) Wheel Configuration: Bo-Bo Finish: Pristine Specifications: Decoder: 21 Pin DCC Ready Please note only use Bachmann Decoder 36-569 with this Locomotive. Sound: NA Couplings: NEM Track Supply: DC 2 Rail
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Class: CL 90 Livery: Freightliner Era: 9 (1995 - 2005) Wheel Configuration: Bo-Bo Finish: Pristine Specifications: Decoder: 21 Pin DCC Ready Please note only use Bachmann Decoder 36-569 with this Locomotive. Sound: NA Couplings: NEM Track Supply: DC 2 Rail
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Class: CL 57 Livery: DRS Era: 9 (1995 - 2005) Wheel Configuration: Co-Co Finish: Weathered Specifications: Decoder: 21 Pin DCC Ready Sound: NA Couplings: NEM Track Supply: DC 2 Rail
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Decoder: 21 Pin DCC Ready Sound: NA Couplings: NEM Track Supply: DC 2 Rail
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West & West Exclusive Model A detailed model of BR class 37/0 diesel locomotive 37142 finished in the Engineering department plain grey livery carried from the mid-1980s until late 1990. The Bachmann class 37 model features a diecast chassis and centrally placed motor driving all six axles. The bodyshell detailing is completed with separately fitted handrail;s, horns and buffers specific to each l…
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A detailed model of BR class 37/0 diesel locomotive 37142 finished in the Engineering department plain grey livery carried from the mid-1980s until late 1990. The Bachmann class 37 model features a diecast chassis and centrally placed motor driving all six axles. The bodyshell detailing is completed with separately fitted handrail;s, horns and buffers specific to each locomotive modeled. DCC and S…
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