Graham Farish is synonymous with British outline N gauge (1:148), until recently a family run business, they are now part of Bachmann Industries Europe.

One of the first things Bachmann did was to introduce a new chassis to most of the diesel locomotives; this features a new motor and flywheel drive system which has proved to be a large improvement over the earlier models. Although work on new steam chassis will take longer to introduce, careful assembly and improved quality control have made huge strides to them in terms of smoother running.

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Dave Killman - April 23, 2014

Hi, a call from New Zealand I have 3 Die cast OO gauge Graham Farish Pullman Coaches. I require a bogie set for 1 coach. Ive been told that these are a bit rare so do you know where I may try to obtain a bogie set from . Thank you, regards Dave.

Mike Stillman - November 4, 2013

Hi I bought a loco off eBay but it is not working can you repair ? Mike
►reply: I am sorry but I don't repair locs. Have you tried their official website?