Discussion in 'Heljan RTR' started by Steve Fay, Dec 22, 2015.
Heljan O gauge RTR
Looks fantastic. I believe they are about to release a class 25 as well. ........ Very tempting. I'd need to put it into storage though as I ain't got time to start anything new at the moment. I'm trying to get any progress with the OO scale at the moment.
Good to see some one else bringing on the O gauge though.
Falcon is currently at sea and should be with us by the end of Febuary
Nice looking engines, its good to see O gauge getting more mainstream, I know that cost is off putting for a lot of people and I won,t get into the less stock/same space argument pro,s and con,s discussion, I just love `em, I wonder when some one will bring out an O gauge train set!
Falcon will be joining the Loco fleet for Ranelagh Bridge.
Both Lima and Triang produced some O Gauge sets some years ago and they can still be got on the secondhand market, but both need a lot of work done to make them anywhere near acceptable. They were in Coarse Scale. Mind you the Lima Class 33 isn't too bad an engine with a bit of detailing.
Here's a pre production sample painted up.
Later in the year the Warships will be coming out, June is the current expected date
All very tempting. I have a Falcon in OO gauge. It comes with quite a lot of detailing parts from memory. One day I'll get round to getting them on.
Nice to see the photo's.
I stock a bit of Heljan so if it's ok I will keep you all posted on what's new and when it's coming out.
Looking forward to it Steve, its always good to see what's new, not that I'm planning on branching into O gauge but they do look fantastic in your photos.
And I'm sure you are sorely tempting some I wont mention
And who would that be Mathew
Falcon has arrived at Heljan HQ, I will post pictures up in all 3 liveries next week
Heljan B4 tank wagons
Falcon has arrived, I will take some pics of the other liveries later
All three liveries,
The green version to the far right works for me. A couple of more photos from different positions would not go amiss if possible.
Thanks again Steve for posting.
Close up of the plates
Full broadside view
They have done a great job of the plate, I have all three liveries available I won't post prices as I'm not sure if it will brake forum rules.