Accurascale have smashed it on the quality front again ..
Fantastic wagon. A long rake of these snaking their way around a layout is great to see.
These early wagons are a delight. The intricate detail are a sight to behold. Very impressed. Great packaging.
Beautiful detailed model - stunning etched parts. Packaged safe - 100% perfect
Really lovely little wagons which look great when trundling behind an EWS livery 58 (circa 1997).
Accurascale has tipped the scales of balance to their favor in the 00 Gauge modeling market. After years of looking for precision engineering for highly detailed and superb printing of liveries and labels. These folks have made an enormous impact on what can be done with diecasting metal alloys and plastic molding. One just needs to look at the ladders, catwalks, and wagon underframes on these Castle Cement stock. They are so detailed, and the printing is sharp even on the smallest labels. Each triple set has been well-packaged with card boxes, inner white wagon trays, and clear tray tops. I like the way the top follows the contours of the white wagon tray. As I can place the top under the bottom tray for safekeeping). Accurascale 00-gauge wagons are marvelous items and no wonder they sell out fast. The term Super Detail coined by Hornby and printed on boxes in the early 2000s pales in comparison to any wagon by Accurascale. With the new Class 55 Deltic' out, even the locos are Super Dupper Detailed. The PCAs Castle Cement wagons as with PFAs, HUAs, and the MDOs prove they sure can make exquisite rolling stock. With three individually numbered wagons and multiple triple packs, it is easy to build long rakes for train runs. They have been well constructed and look great lined up with each other. All the triple wagon packs are a joy to see, and they are a smashing bit of fine modeling, go and buy.