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Mid-Life Refurbishment Train

1:87 East Rail Line Mid-Life Refurbishment Train

Mid-Life Refurbishment Train

With the opening of the cross-harbour section of the East Rail Line, the Mid-Life Refurbishment (MLR) train, nicknamed “Fly Head”, retired on 6 May 2022 after 40 years of service. The 1:87 model is a representation of the last MLR train in service, with Sha Tin as the destination. Just like the real train that bade farewell to the public, the model train features “thank you” stickers on both the cab as well as the windows and doors to recreate the final and historical moment of the MLR train. The model also captures the details from the exterior to the roof structure and the interior including the seats, handrails and straphangers. Each model comes with a uniquely numbered certificate, making it a coveted collectible.

1:87 Passenger Train Model – Tuen Ma Line C Train

Wu Kai Sha Station | Tuen Ma Line

The train model is created to capture the unique features of the real-life Tuen Ma Line train, from the train body and roof structure to the interior including seating, the dynamic route map above the doors and branched handrails.

 

Destination shows as Wu Kai Sha Station. It even has cab doors that can be opened and closed manually. What’s more, a numbered certificate of authenticity is included with each model to make it a true collectible.

1:87 C-Train Model

“MTR x Tiny” mini diecast trains series

“MTR x Tiny” mini diecast trains series

4 new trains are introduced to the well-received “MTR x Tiny” mini diecast trains series recently. They are the Urban Line train which commenced its service last year, the East Rail Line train that connects Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and New Territories, Tung Chung Line Korean-made train which runs between city and Lantau Island and retired diesel-electric locomotive “I. B. Trevor”.

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