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comet-miniatures.com - Miniatures Marketing
Website comet-miniatures.com
Details Model Kits . Gerry Anderson . Moebius Models . Figures . Doctor Who . Star Trek . Collectibles . Weaponry

44-48 Lavender Hill
SW11 5RH

020 7228 3702
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Yesterday's Toys  
Website Yesterday's Toys
Details Action Man, Airfix, Ariel Games, Corgi, Dinky Toys, Fleischmann 'HO' Gauge, Heller Models, Hornby 'OO' Gauge, Ideal Games, Invicta Games, Lima 'OO' Gauge, Mainline 'OO' Gauge, Matchbox, Monogram, Parker Games, Peco Track & Accessories, Scrabble, Spears Games, Subbuteo Football, Subbuteo Rugby, Tonka, Waddingtons Games

"Yesterdaystoys" is a small Cottage Industry Based in Waltham Abbey Essex ,UK, and has been trading in Subbuteo, vintage Toys & Board games for some years now.

We aim to offer an expanding and full variety of Subbuteo boxed sets, teams, accessories, vintage toys & board games.

Please bear in mind that all the items we sell are pre-owned, looked after vintage Toys, and vary between 10 and 40 years old.

Only goods that are in very good / excellent condition are offered for sale, so please buy with confidence in the knowledge that every item has been closely inspected before being listed.

You can contact us by.
Email Address: gregsyesterdays@aol.com
Telephone: 01992 710239 or 07999178491

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Hornby - Model Railways and Accessories
Website Hornby
Details Hornby is a household name and is famous as the UK brand leader in the model railway hobby.  The company’s founder was Frank Hornby (1863 - 1936) who applied for a patent in 1901 to protect an invention he called ‘Improvements in Toy or Educational Devices for Children and Young People’.  Nobody then could have imagined how this product would influence the model railway hobby that we know today.

Hornby Trains were an instant success and the company was quick to introduce more engines and accessories.

In 1938, Hornby Dublo (‘00’) was launched. 

1965 saw the formation of Tri-ang Hornby. The Tri-ang Hornby period is best remembered by many for the change to British Rail blue liveries on diesel locomotives, the introduction of pre-Nationalisation liveries for steam locomotives and the launch of Battle Space and Battle Zone. Some of the locomotives produced during this time included the E3000, Hymek, Class 37, M7, Hall Class, Coronation Class, Flying Scotsman and Evening Star.

There was a steady flow of new locomotives during the 1970s -  new diesels included the High Speed Train (HST) which became a popular model instantly.

The Thomas series was launched in 1985.

Now simply called "Hornby", the company justifiably retains the position it has held for more than 50 years as Britain’s leading model railway manufacturer.

Hornby - Making Models Real

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