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Wessex Transfers 0 Gauge

(Les and Rob Horton)

Wessex

The Wessex Transfers story begins with Les Horton (Rob's Father) buying second hand Hornby for young Rob, back in 1973, then deciding to renovate Hornby as the collection grew. Les began making transfers (decals), and, later, reproduction Hornby parts, including his now famous box van bodies. Rob joined the business in 1989, on a part time basis, becoming full time in 1993. Les retired from his full time profession in 1990, to concentrate on the Hornby business, and sadly passed away, following a stroke, in March 1998. Rob, now in Australia, continues to produce Wessex Transfers to this day.

Rob Horton Wessex Transfers 0 Gauge 
Colmans
Rob Horton Wessex Transfers 0 Gauge 
Colmans
Rob Horton Wessex Transfers 0 Gauge 
Huntley and Palmers
Rob Horton Wessex Transfers 0 Gauge 
Huntley and Palmers
Rob Horton Wessex Transfers 0 Gauge 
Huntley and Palmers
Rob Horton Wessex Transfers 0 Gauge 
Palethorpes
Rob Horton Wessex Transfers 0 Gauge 
Palethorpes
Rob Horton Wessex Transfers 0 Gauge 
Palethorpes

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