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WIN! Kernow Model Rail Centre’s limited edition Police Class 47!

Hornby Magazine has teamed up with the Kernow Model Rail Centre to offer a unique prize of one of its sought after Police liveried Class 47 limited editions.
Produced using the Bachmann model as the basis, this exclusive limited edition is restricted to just 500 pieces and is available now from Kernow Model Rail Centre. It models 47829, as repainted by Virgin Trains in 2002 to highlight British Transport Police’s anit-trespass campaign. The model has a 21-pin DCC decoder socket, directional lighting and cab lighting as well as the powerful all-wheel drive chassis developed for the model.
All you have to do to enter the competition is answer the following simple question before the closing date of July 25 2016. Even if you don’t win the KMRC Police Class 47 it is available to purchase for £149.99 from www.kernowmodelrailcentre.com or by calling 01209 714099.

WIN! Gaugemaster Prodigy Advance2 DCC controller and decoders!

Hornby Magazine has teamed up with the UK’s largest model railway distributor Gaugemaster to offer an exclusive digital prize of a Gaugemaster Prodigy Advance2 DCC controller (Cat No. DCC02) and a five pack of 8-pin/6-pin Omni decoders (Cat No. BPDCC28), worth more than £300! This combination will get you started in digital control.
The Prodigy Advance2 is Hornby Magazine’s first choice for operating its exhibition layouts. The pack consists of a single walkaround handset, connecting cables, a base station and mains lead. The controller itself offers main track and programming track connections, programming on the main and programming track, a rotating speed control, options for 14, 28 and 128 speed steps, four digit addressing, unlimited locomotive allocation (up to address 9,999) and storage for the last 25 locomotives operated by the handset. Points and signals can be controlled from it too while route setting is also within its abilities. Visit www.gaugemaster.com for the full specification.
All you have to do to enter the competition is answer the following simple question before the closing date of June 25 2016. Even if you don’t win the Gaugemaster Prodigy Advance DCC controller is available to purchase for £279 from www.gaugemaster.com and its retailer network.

 

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