Sheet NMS-4 has arrived – BR Blue Era Large Logo.

The latest Nairnshire Modelling Supplies water slide transfer sheet is now available, for BR Large Logo in BR blue livery, with the same goodly mix of elements on it and at the same £3.95 per sheet price. The principle remains the same: Low cost, high quality (Microscale prints them) and carefully researched from the prototype and reference material. The concept of providing as much as possible on one sheet to keep costs down and to avoid the need to buy more than one or two sheets to complete one model is continued with this new sheet. As usual, by careful design and sheet layout, we have kept the costs down to provide some of the finest and cost effective water slide transfers for D&E modellers possible.

PLEASE NOTE: All the elements of our sheets are taken and measured from the real thing, after careful research and verification against various information sources. Remember, you will have to replace the whole TOPS number when renumbering a loco or coach because the manufacturers do not always get the numbers correctly sized on their models and we cannot match, on one sheet, every printed variation produced by the manufacturers of ready to run models. Also, when scaled down to 4mm scale for OO/EM/P4 gauge, the livery elements, particularly small numbers, will appear very fine. Measure a ‘real’ number and one soon realises that the mainstream manufacturers print their number sets in a heavy style.

Priced at £3.95 per sheet, this pack is good value for money and includes the Class 40 number for those wishing to do a ‘heritage’ repaint of preserved 40 145 in Large Logo Livery together with the regular large Logo classes: 37, 47, 50, 56, 73 etc. So, what are we working on for NMS-5 and NMS-6? It looks like it will be BR sector locos and a sheet for those painting in BR Railfreight grey and red stripe livery. There’s a little work still to do on them, and we are well down the line with the Railfreight Sector badges too. Watch this space!


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