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First Class B tanks MOBIL-ized!

Revolution has received the first batch of its Class B tankers in the attractive red colours of Mobil Charrington.

These models were sent by the factory just before it closed down for the Chinese New Year; the remainder (Esso, Unbranded, Regent, Texaco, United Molasses) are expected in the next few weeks.

The models are packaged in a similar style to our multi-award winning TEA tankers, Britain’s first crowdfunded model.

All are secured in protective vac-formed cradles inside clear plastic stackable boxes in Revolution’s distinctive branded single or triple glossy card sleeves.

Revolution Trains will be at Model Rail Scotland this weekend (February 23-25) and if you have ordered these models you can collect them at the show, and we will refund P&P.

You can find Revolution on stand B47, as shown on the map:

Please note that these models are available to pre-order customers ONLY, however our partner retailers who may have some in stock can be found here.

Also on show at Glasgow will be the second test sample of the Class 92, with tooling tightened up and more balanced mechanism, factory painted samples of our Cargowaggon twin vans, hand-painted samples of our KFA container flats and all versions of the Class B tanker.

And with the Class B tankers now arriving we will keep our promise to offer another model for transition era modellers – this will be unveiled at the show on Friday morning, and here on our website.