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Bachmann Oliver?
#1
I was just on the Bachmann site and I found this:
http://shop.bachmanntrains.com/index.php...ts_id=5905
Any thoughts on the design or prototype images?
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#2
There are no prototype images yet, so we can't even see the design.

A Toad is also meant to be released alongside him.
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#3
From what I know, Hornby has an Oliver and Toad, but it would be nice buy my model trains at a counter, not a online site. Someday...
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#4
I agree, there is nothing better than seeing something in your hand rather than a picture. Unfortunatly with the demise of the small Hobby Shops and the big ones for that matter, Online probably will be the only place to satisfy our hobby needs in the future.
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#5
Ah. What a bummer it'll be to not just wait for a t'n'p Oliver, but a Bachmann Oliver too.
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#6
Next up are a Bachmann Rosie and Rheneas.
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#7
Wow what an addition.
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(04-15-2016, 08:05 AM)ROKMAN1445 Wrote: Wow what an addition.

I can't tell if that's sarcasm or not, but I'm serious. This year Oliver, Rosie, and Rheneas are supposed to be released, along with some large scale items with sounds, and N-scale narrow gauge slate trucks.
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#9
It was but wasn't sarcasm. I'm like that.
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#10
Toad was released February 8th (I think it was; Bachmann tweeted it on their official Twitter page), and Oliver's release date was pushed to November of 2016 from April, which had been pushed from November of 2015.

Needless to say, I'm sure everyone here knows that I will be purchasing both, and that a review will be up on my channel.
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(04-18-2016, 02:25 AM)HankAmericanEngine Wrote: Toad was released February 8th (I think it was; Bachmann tweeted it on their official Twitter page), and Oliver's release date was pushed to November of 2016 from April, which had been pushed from November of 2015.

Needless to say, I'm sure everyone here knows that I will be purchasing both, and that a review will be up on my channel.

I'm curious about whether you're going to buy Rosie or any N-gauge engines!
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(04-18-2016, 05:57 AM)Miksolo Wrote: I'm curious about whether you're going to buy Rosie or any N-gauge engines!

Howdy Miksolo!

Rosie is a definite purchase, especially if her face is the CGI render on the model (not a fan of her model series face-- not exactly 'girly')!

The Skarloey Railway? Probably not; Skarloey himself is a whopping $150, compared to the $115 of Oliver and the rolling stock at $65 compared to the $37 of Toad. Unless I find an online vendor that sells the engines under $90 and rolling stock under $45, then perhaps.
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#13
With thanks to my good friend HenryNWR3....
One of my children has finally arrived in HO Scale... Now Toad won't be so lonely anymore.


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#14
Since Duck was based on his model version, they should've done the same with Oliver. Apart from that, it's great to see an image of the real prototype was finally revealed.
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Oh my gosh! A dream from a few months ago come true!
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