I've been on the lookout for a Hornby "Britannia" loco for a while now, intention was to find either the "William Shakespeare" or "Iron Duke" versions, since these particular loco's were used on the Southern's "Golden Arrow" service for a while, drafted in after a crank failure of one of Bulleids "Merchant Navy" loco's, which resulted in the entire class being temporarily withdrawn pending inspection. I wanted a 'loco-drive' version, which seem to be thin on the ground, though one trader on Ebay presently has the NRM "Special Edition Golden Arrow" version (pre-owned) at just under £250.......you're having a laugh, surely?! Anyway, after a recent disappointment chasing one, I decided to bite the bullet and go for Hornby's latest incarnation, 70046 "ANZAC", then go down the 'rename/renumber' route'. The list price is around £179, best price at the 'Box-Shifters' is around £139, but then I chanced upon Amazon, surprisingly £122.98, a saving of well over £50, and free delivery, which arrived this Sunday morning! I'm aware of the significance of ANZAC Day in Oz (it happens to be on my birthday next year),and my late Father spent quite some time there during the last war whilst the Free French ship "Le Triomphant" to which he was attached as a signalman, was being repaired, but for my needs, this loco will become 70004 "William Shakespeare" in due course, name/ number plates, transfers and a full "Golden Arrow" regalia set on order already from Fox Transfers, total cost just under £150.....Bargain! Here's what you get.