This was a small A5-sized catalogue printed on a coarse paper with pages in B & W and yellow.
It included the standard 'Triage' (shunting) 0-4-0 tank No:708 and a Wild West version with a cow-catcher (left) as well as the SNCF Bo-Bo world record holding locomotive. The original chosen number of 9003 was soon superseded by 9004 based on the actual loco that broke the world record, hence 9003 is a rare model. Also included was the Bo-Bo BB9201 quoted as being available with either one or two motors, but in fact it was fitted with the later renowned 'saucisson' can motor with drive to either one or both bogies.
Coaching stock included the 1st and 2nd class stainless steel (Inox) in plastic and CIWL Pullman cars of tinplate. Wild West 4 wheel Pennsylvanian coaches were made to accompany the triage 'Wild West' locomotive. Freight stock was limited to some open and closed 4-wheel wagons and a tanker.
Interesting items included the clockwork 'Diabolic' locomotive, two plastic 1/87 scale SNCF buses, six cars of differing makes and the goods shed and covered platform screw-together kits (which were still being produced 30 years later).
The 2-rail track at this time was similar to Tri-ang Standard track but with a black plastic base and pressed steel rails. Also available were clockwork versions of the locomotives and clockwork track similar to that produced by Hornby Dublo pre-war.
The pricelist was a separate insert