The late 1920s saw a new age of railway coach building with new building practices and manufacturing techniques replacing the traditional approach of British railway companies. At a time when virtuall...
The fourth release on the 1:43 scale Humber Pullman takes us back once more to an age of 1930s opulence when the occupants had chauffeurs and sat back enjoying the luxury of the sumptuous interior inc...
Another highly detailed luxury car joins the Oxford series of 1:43 scale motors of an opulent bygone age. The first release on the newly tooled Humber Pullman was - in real life - owned by Baroness Ro...
AdvantagesBeautifully presented little snippet of the future, post-His Dark Materials
DisadvantagesUndeniable aftertaste of pointlessness
AdvantagesLots of action, parallel worlds are believable, those last two chapters -- wow
DisadvantagesWill does irritate me just a tiny bit
AdvantagesBrilliant end to a brilliant trilogy. Short chapters: ideal stopping places
DisadvantagesMuch longer than the others. Very descriptive in the middle.