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2007 - Load-Haul YGB Sealion Hopper (Weathered)


Load-Haul YGB Sealion Hopper (Weathered)

Model: Load-Haul YGB Sealion Hopper (Weathered) (Overall Model page)
Running Number: DB892583
Category: Freight Rolling Stock
Freight Rolling Stock
Model Information: Weathered.
Length: 147mm.
Models Produced: ---
Company: Load-Haul - Load-Haul
Logo: Load-Haul Logo
Logo Years: 1994 - 1996
Livery: Load-Haul Goods
Load-Haul Goods
Livery Details: Various colour schemes.
Company Information: Load-Haul was a railfreight operator based in the north east of the United Kingdom.
Year: 2007
Catalogue Number: R.6330B
Year Information: ---
Publication: Hornby
Publication Type: Catalogue
Publication Edition: 53rd Edition
Logo & Box Design:

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Model Year Details (3)

2007 R.6330B 2007
Load-Haul YGB Sealion Hopper (Weathered)
2008 R.6330B 2008
Load-Haul YGB Sealion Hopper (Weathered)
2009 R.6330B 2009
Load-Haul YGB Sealion Hopper (Weathered)

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