Here are the Fall & Q3 MHI 2015 Items from Marklin

   Authorized Marklin Digital Dealer  

Best Prices AND Service on the Web !!!
 If you see something you like, email me: RJFtrains@aol.com

These items will be available shortly, and only for a very limited time -- order now!

Limited items  (L)  Produced only for a very short time during the year they are introduced
MHI items (EX)  Normally only available by subscription, but may be obtained if ordered early

 Please note that all items may not be available to all markets

Item #

Description

Era

Del. Price
Marklin H0
29853 "Dad, come play" Digital Starter Set DB - Germany
Metal locomotive frame mfx decoder supports extended Motorola digital functions Triple headlights that change over with the direction of travel Digital locomotive or digital control unit for the Marklin Digital System Modern Era (2006 and later)
II Q4 '15 $ 229
31100 SJ cl Da & SBB cl Ce 6/8 III Double Locomotive Anniversary Set SBB - Switzerland SJ - Sweden
Metal locomotive frame and body mfx decoder supports extended Motorola digital functions Triple headlights that change over with the direction of travel Power supply can be switched to operate from catenary Digital locomotive or digital control unit for the Marklin Digital System Modern Era (2006 and later)
VI Q4 '15 $ 829
37588 KPEV cl G 12 (class 58) "Borsig" Edition 4 Steam Freight Locomotive DB - Germany
Metal locomotive frame and boiler Digital locomotives with high-efficieny propulsion mfx decoder supports extended Motorola digital functions Built-in sound effects circuit Dual headlights that change over with the direction of travel Marklin close couplers in standard coupler pocket with guide mechanism Private and provincal railroads from the beginning to about 1925
I Q4 '15 $ 509
37769 DB AG cl 217 Double Diesel Locomotive Set (EX) DB - Germany
Marklin exclusiv special models produced in a one-time series (MHI) Contains mfx+ decoder with additional special features Digital locomotives with high-efficieny propulsion Built-in sound effects circuit Triple headlights and dual red marker lights that change over with the direction of travel Marklin close couplers in standard coupler pocket with pivot point Changes in color schemes; origins of high speed networks since 1990
V Q4 '15 $ 509
37838 Christmas Steam Locomotive with a Tender (DB cl 50) (L) DB - Germany
Metal locomotive frame and boiler Digital locomotives with high-efficieny propulsion mfx decoder supports extended Motorola digital functions Built-in sound effects circuit Triple headlights that change over with the direction of travel Marklin close couplers in standard coupler pocket with guide mechanism New organization of European railroads and modernization 1945 - 1970
III Q4 '15 $ 419
37937 DRG class P10 Steam Passenger Locomotive with a Tender (L) DB - Germany
Metal locomotive frame and boiler Digital locomotives with high-efficieny propulsion mfx decoder supports extended Motorola digital functions Built-in sound effects circuit Dual headlights that change over with the direction of travel Marklin close couplers in standard coupler pocket with guide mechanism Formation of the large state railroad networks from 1925 to 1945
II Q4 '15 $ 399
39205 DR/DDR Steam Express Locomotive w/Coal Tender (25 Anniv. German Reunification) DB - Germany
Metal locomotive frame and boiler Digital locomotives with high-efficieny propulsion Contains mfx+ decoder with additional special features Built-in sound effects circuit Triple headlights that change over with the direction of travel Marklin close couplers in standard coupler pocket with guide mechanism  New organization of European railroads and modernization 1945 - 1970
III Sep '15 $ 459
39206 DR/DDR Steam Express Locomotive w/Oil Tender (25 Anniv. German Reunification) DB - Germany
Metal locomotive frame and boiler Digital locomotives with high-efficieny propulsion Contains mfx+ decoder with additional special features Built-in sound effects circuit Triple headlights that change over with the direction of travel Marklin close couplers in standard coupler pocket with guide mechanism Lettering on all rolling stock and motive power to standards 1970-1990
IV Sep '15 $ 459
39846 ES 64 (MRCE) Electric Locomotive 25th Anniversary German Reunification DB - Germany
Metal locomotive frame and body Digital locomotives with high-efficieny propulsion Contains mfx+ decoder with additional special features Built-in sound effects circuit Triple headlights at the front and rear Triple headlights and dual red marker lights that change over with the direction of travel Power supply can be switched to operate from catenary Marklin close couplers in standard coupler pocket with guide mechanism  Modern Era (2006 and later)
VI Q4 '15 $ 359
42179 SBB Express Train Cab Control Car  SBB - Switzerland
Triple headlights that change over with the direction of travel Interior lighting kit(s) 7xxxx or LED strips (73400 or 73401) can be installed Built-in interior details Marklin close couplers in standard coupler pocket with guide mechanism  Changes in color schemes; origins of high speed networks since 1990
V Now $  79
42912 DB Inter-zone Express Train Passenger 6-Car Set  DB - Germany
Built-in interior LED lighting Built-in interior details Marklin close couplers in standard coupler pocket with guide mechanism Lettering on all rolling stock and motive power to standards 1970-1990
V Sep '15 $ 259
43132 DB "Donnerbuschen" Passenger Car  DB - Germany
Marklin exclusiv special models produced in a one-time series (MHI)  Built-in interior LED lighting Built-in interior details Marklin close couplers in standard coupler pocket with guide mechanism New organization of European railroads and modernization 1945 - 1970
III Q4 '15 $ 49
43867 Express Train Passenger Car Set (EX) DB - Germany
Marklin exclusiv special models produced in a one-time series (MHI) Built-in interior LED lighting Built-in interior details Marklin close couplers in standard coupler pocket with guide mechanism Lettering on all rolling stock and motive power to standards 1970-1990
IV Q4 '15 $ 209
43868 Entertainment Car (EX) DB - Germany
Marklin exclusiv special models produced in a one-time series (MHI) mfx decoder supports extended Motorola digital functions Built-in sound effects circuit Built-in interior LED lighting Built-in interior details Marklin close couplers in standard coupler pocket with guide mechanism Lettering on all rolling stock and motive power to standards 1970-1990
IV Q4 '15 $ 169 
44735 "Bobby Car" Low Side Car DB - Germany
New organization of European railroads and modernization 1945 - 1970
III Q4 '15 $  25
46544 Tank Car Set of 6 Cars (EX) DB - Germany
Marklin exclusiv special models produced in a one-time series (MHI) Marklin close couplers in standard coupler pocket with guide mechanism Modern Era (2006 and later)
II Q4 '15 $ 189
47405 "Rollende Landstrasse" / "Rolling Road" Depressed Floor Flat Car (L) DB - Germany
Marklin close couplers in standard coupler pocket with pivot point Changes in color schemes; origins of high speed networks since 1990
  Q4 '15 $  59
48415 Marklin 2015 Christmas car DB - Germany   Q4 '15 $  15
48615 Marklin Start up Club Annual Car for 2015 DB - Germany
 Marklin exclusiv special models produced in a one-time series (MHI)
  Q4 '15 $  15
Marklin H0 Accessory
24315 C-Track R3 15-degree (1/2) track section (box of 6 pieces)   Dec '15 $  19
24771 R3/R4 High-Speed Curved Turnout (Left)   Dec '15 $  33
24772 R3/R4 High-Speed Curved Turnout (Right)   Dec '15 $  33
60971 Decoder Programmer   Sep '15 $  89
60972 marklin mLD3 Decoder w/21-pin interface Digital decoder with additional digitally controlled functions (F1-F4) mfx decoder supports extended Motorola digital functions DCC decoder   Oct '15 $  35
60973 Pickup Shoe Changeover Circuit Board   Oct '15 $  26
60975 marklin mSD3 Sound Decoder w/21-pin interface (steam) Digital decoder with additional digitally controlled functions (F1-F4) mfx decoder supports extended Motorola digital functions DCC decoder   Sep '15 $  85
60976 marklin mSD3 Sound Decoder w/21-pin interface (diesel) Digital decoder with additional digitally controlled functions (F1-F4) mfx decoder supports extended Motorola digital functions DCC decoder   Sep '15 $  85
60977 marklin mSD3 Sound Decoder w/21-pin interface (electric) Digital decoder with additional digitally controlled functions (F1-F4) mfx decoder supports extended Motorola digital functions DCC decoder   Sep '15 $  85
60978 Märklin mSD3 Sound Decoder w/21-pin interface (Hercules) Digital decoder with additional digitally controlled functions (F1-F4) mfx decoder supports extended Motorola digital functions DCC decoder   Sep '15 $  85
60979 Märklin mSD3 Sound Decoder  w/21-pin interface (TRAXX) Digital decoder with additional digitally controlled functions (F1-F4) mfx decoder supports extended Motorola digital functions DCC decoder   Sep '15 $  85
60982 Märklin mLD3 Locomotive Decoder w/8-pin cable Digital decoder with additional digitally controlled functions (F1-F4) mfx decoder supports extended Motorola digital functions DCC decoder   Oct '15 $  85
60985 Märklin mSD3 Sound Decoder w/8-pin cable (steam) Digital decoder with additional digitally controlled functions (F1-F4) mfx decoder supports extended Motorola digital functions DCC decoder   Oct '15 $  85
60986 Märklin mSD3 Sound Decoder w/8-pin cable (diesel) Digital decoder with additional digitally controlled functions (F1-F4) mfx decoder supports extended Motorola digital functions DCC decoder   Oct '15 $  85
60987 Märklin mSD3 Sound Decoder w/8-pin cable (electric) Digital decoder with additional digitally controlled functions (F1-F4) mfx decoder supports extended Motorola digital functions DCC decoder   Oct '15 $  85
Marklin "Z" Scale
80625 2015 Christmas Car (L) DB - Germany
 Marklin close couplers in standard coupler pocket with guide mechanism
  Oct '15 $  29
81841 Christmas Starter Set DB - Germany VI Q4 '15 $ 179
82288 Deep Well Flat Car (3-Car) Set (EX) DB - Germany
Marklin exclusiv special models produced in a one-time series (MHI) Modern Era (2006 and later)
VI Q4 '15 $ 105
82720 Christmas Add-On Set DB - Germany
Marklin exclusiv special models produced in a one-time series (MHI) Metal locomotive frame Locomotive with 5-pole Mini-Club motor Triple headlights and dual red marker lights that change over with the direction of travel Power supply can be switched to operate from catenary Modern Era (2006 and later)
VI Q4 '15 $  85
88194 DB cl 189 "Little Devil" Electric Locomotive (EX) DB - Germany
Marklin exclusiv special models produced in a one-time series (MHI) Metal locomotive frame Locomotive with 5-pole Mini-Club motor Triple headlights and dual red marker lights that change over with the direction of travel Power supply can be switched to operate from catenary Modern Era (2006 and later)
VI Q4 '15 $ 229
88587 ES 64 (MRCE) Electric Locomotive 25th Anniversary German Reunification DB - Germany
 Metal locomotive frame Locomotive with 5-pole Mini-Club motor Triple headlights and dual red marker lights that change over with the direction of travel Power supply can be switched to operate from catenary Modern Era (2006 and later)
VI 2016 $ 195
Marklin 1-Scale
55414 DB class 41 Steam Locomotive with Tender DB - Germany
Metal locomotive frame and body Digital locomotives with high-efficieny propulsion mfx decoder supports extended Motorola digital functions Built-in sound effects circuit Triple headlights that change over with the direction of travel Locomotive/car has sprung buffers Automatic claw couplers can be replaced wth reproduction prototype New organization of European railroads and modernization 1945 - 1970
III Q4 '15 $ 3,195
55605 DB class E 60 Electric Locomotive DB - Germany
Metal locomotive frame and body Digital locomotives with high-efficieny propulsion mfx decoder supports extended Motorola digital functions Built-in sound effects circuit Dual headlights that change over with the direction of travel Built-in interior details Power supply can be switched to operate from catenary Locomotive/car has sprung buffers Automatic claw couplers can be replaced wth reproduction prototype New organization of European railroads and modernization 1945 - 1970
III Q4 '15 $ 1,949
55387 DB class 38.10-40 Steam Locomotive with Tender DB - Germany
Metal locomotive frame and boiler Digital locomotives with high-efficieny propulsion mfx decoder supports extended Motorola digital functions Built-in sound effects circuit Dual headlights that change over with the direction of travel Triple headlights that change over with the direction of travel Built-in interior details Locomotive/car has sprung buffers Automatic claw couplers can be replaced wth reproduction prototype New organization of European railroads and modernization 1945 - 1970
III Q4 '15 $ 3,195
55388 DB class 038.10-40 Steam Locomotive with Tender DB - Germany
Metal locomotive frame and boiler Digital locomotives with high-efficieny propulsion mfx decoder supports extended Motorola digital functions Built-in sound effects circuit Dual headlights that change over with the direction of travel Triple headlights that change over with the direction of travel Built-in interior details Locomotive/car has sprung buffers Automatic claw couplers can be replaced wth reproduction prototype Lettering on all rolling stock and motive power to standards 1970-1990
IV Q4 '15 $ 3,195
58835 DR type Gl(Glw) boxcar DB - Germany
Locomotive/car has sprung buffers Automatic claw couplers can be replaced wth reproduction prototype Lettering on all rolling stock and motive power to standards 1970-1990
IV Q4 '15 $  339
58836 DR type Gbkl boxcar DB - Germany
Locomotive/car has sprung buffers Automatic claw couplers can be replaced wth reproduction prototype Lettering on all rolling stock and motive power to standards 1970-1990
IV Q4 '15 $  339
58848 DR type Klms 3430 Low Side Car DB - Germany
Locomotive/car has sprung buffers Automatic claw couplers can be replaced wth reproduction prototype Lettering on all rolling stock and motive power to standards 1970-1990
IV Q4 '15 $ 299
Minitrix N
T11139 Passenger Starter Set with Controller IV Q4 '15 $ 239
T16383 DB cl 38.10-40 Steam Locomotive w/Tender VI Q4 '15 $ 309
T16956 MRCE TXLogistik Electric Locomotive VI Q4 '15 $ 189
Trix H0
T22239 DRG P10 Steam Passenger Locomotive w/Tender II Q4 '15 $ 389
T22346 MRCE TXLogistik Electric Locomotive VI Q4 '15 $ 349
T22905 DR/DDR Steam Express Locomotive w/Coal Tender (25 Anniv. German Reunification) III Sep '15 $ 459
T22906 DR/DDR Steam Express Locomotive w/Oil Tender (25 Anniv. German Reunification) IV Sep '15 $ 459
T23490 DB type WGmh 824 Entertainment Car w/Sound & Digital Features IV Dec '15 $ 169
T24246 KLV Flat 4-Car Set VI Sep '15 $ 169
Trix Track, Decoders & Accessories
T62315 C-Track R3 15-degree (1/2) track section (box of 6 pieces)   2016 $  19
T62771 R3/R4 High-Speed Curved Turnout (Left)   2016 $  33
T62772 R3/R4 High-Speed Curved Turnout (Right)   2016 $  33
T66841 Locomotive Decoder for 6-Pin NEM Interface Connector   Nov '15 $  29
T66846 Reverse Loop Module   Nov '15 $  59
LGB
L26842 SOEG Steam Locomotive (Anniv model - 399 pieces)
mfx decoder supports extended Motorola digital functions Equiped with onboard MTS decoder. Lighting Included Built-in sound effects circuit Smoke generator. Controlable feature. Lettering on all rolling stock and motive power to standards 1970-1990
VI Q4 '15 $
L28440 Dgtl RhB cl Ge 4/4 II Electric Locomotive
mfx decoder supports extended Motorola digital functions
Modern Era (2006 and later) Lighting Included Built-in sound effects circuit
VI Q4 '15 $
L30320 SOEG Baggage Car VI Q4 '15 $
L39666 MOB Golden Pass Panorama 2-Car Set VI Q4 '15 $
L39667 MOB Golden Pass Panorama 2-Car Set VI Q4 '15 $
L43232 DRG "Koln" Design Tank Car II Q4 '15 $
L43233 DRG Type Xt Low Side Car II Q4 '15 $
L43234 DRG Type G Boxcar II Q4 '15 $

Please order early; supply is extremely limited on these items.

 


Marklin HO


29853 --
"Dad, come play" Digital Starter Set

 

Prototype: Fictitious class Henschel DHG 700 diesel locomotive, two gondolas, and a low side car, painted and lettered for the German Railroad, Inc. (DB AG), DB Cargo Area.

Model: The locomotive has an mfx digital decoder and a special motor. 1 axle powered. Traction tires. The locomotive has triple headlights that change over with the direction of travel and a warning light on the cab roof. These lights will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. Warm white and yellow LEDs are used for the lighting. The locomotive has coupler hooks. The gondolas have removable load inserts for "coal" and "sand". All of the cars have Relex couplers. Train length: 45.7 cm / 18". Contents: 12 no. 24130 curved track, 4 no. 24188 straight track, and 4 no. 24172 straight track. A track connector box, a 230 volt / 36 VA switched mode power pack, and a Mobile Station are included. An illustrated instruction book with many tips and ideas is also included. This starter set can be expanded with the C Track extension sets and with the entire C Track program.

 

  Control
Unit
Mobile
Station
Mobile
Station 2
Central
Station
Headlight(s) X X X X
Flashing Warning Light X X X X
Direct control X X X X

Highlights:

  • The ideal way for the entire family to get started in the digital world of model railroading.

  • Modern train composition for Era VI.

  • The built-in mfx decoder automatically registers itself in the Mobile Station.

  • Maintenance-free LEDs for the locomotive lighting.

  • Easy-to-set-up C Track layout.

The 29853 starter set is being produced in a one-time series for the Märklin Dealer Initiative (MHI).

The DB AG would have been well advised to make use of such a beautiful diesel switch engine like the Henschel type DHG 700 C, but at least in the world of model railroading this is becoming reality. At least a similar looking unit, the type DE 500 C, with only diesel-electric drive and less power was allowed to prove itself as road number 259 004 from September 8 to December 19, 1983 on the DB as a loan locomotive. The Henschel Works in Kassel produced diesel locomotives with cardan drive for medium heavy and heavy switching work on industrial and branch line railroads as far back as the early Sixties. While the fourth generation Henschel locomotives still had rounded body shapes, this changed with the fifth generation starting in 1973 to squared-off superstructures. The model shown here belongs to this generation. The designation DHG 700 C stands for a diesel hydraulic locomotive with cardan drive, about 700 HP performance and three sets of driving wheels. On this unit, a diesel motor transmits its output to a hydrodynamic Voith transmission with flange-mounted multi-step gears and reversing gear and this output is again transmitted by means of cardan shafts to the wheel sets. In addition, the multi-step gearing enables changes in speed and allows a maximum speed in the switching range of 30 km/h / 19 mph and in the regular range a maximum speed of 50 km/h / 31 mph. All of the propulsion components are built into a rigid frame with the small wheel spacing guaranteeing reliable operation on curves with a radius of only 80 meters / 262-1/2 feet. Henschel produced 55 units of this model between 1973 and 1985. These locomotives were placed into service mainly with mining companies (Saar Mining Company: seven units) and steel producers as well as chemical firms. Automobile manufacturers such as Volkswagen (seven units) were also among the customers for this locomotive.

One-time series, only in 2015.

Top


31100  --  SJ cl Da & SBB cl Ce 6/8 III Double Locomotive Anniversary Set

Prototype: 2 different design electric locomotives. 1 Swedish State Railways (SJ) class Da with the road number 903. 1 Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) class Ce 6/8 III "Crocodile" freight locomotive with the road number 14305. Both locomotives have a fir green basic paint scheme. The locomotives look as they currently do in 2015.

Model: Reissue of two Märklin classics from the Fifties. Swedish Da: This model is based on Märklin item number 3019. It has an mfx digital decoder. It also has controlled propulsion. 3 axles powered. Traction tires. The locomotive has triple headlights that change over with the direction of travel. They will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. The locomotive body and frame are constructed of metal. The Märklin name and the item number are in relief on the locomotive body. Relex couplers are present on both ends of the locomotive. Length over the buffers 14.7 cm / 5-3/4". Swiss Crocodile: This model is based on Märklin item number 3015. It has an mfx digital decoder. It also has controlled propulsion and a large centrally mounted motor. 6 axles and 2 jackshafts powered. Traction tires. The locomotive has an articulated frame to negotiate curves well. It also features heavy metal construction with a 3-part metal body and hoods that can swing from side to side. The locomotive has triple headlights that change over with the direction of travel. They will work in conventional operation, and can be controlled digitally. The Märklin name and the item number are in relief on the locomotive's center part. Relex couplers are present on both ends of the locomotive. Length over the buffers 26.6 cm / 10-1/2". Both locomotives are packaged individually with a colored representation of each locomotive on its respective packaging. This is based on the historic packaging for the models in question. There is also a master package in a style befitting these models.

  Control
Unit
Mobile
Station
Mobile
Station 2
Central
Station
Headlight(s) X X X X
Direct control X X X X

Highlights:

  • The Swedish Da meets the Swiss Crocodile for the anniversary of 100 years of the first Swedish State Railways' (SJ) electrified rail line in 1915.

  • Reissue of two Märklin classics from the Fifties.

  • Heavy metal construction.

  • Both locomotives include an mfx decoder.

  • Worldwide limited to 3,000 sets.

  • Consecutively numbered certificate of authenticity.

This exclusive double locomotive set is being produced in a one-time series on the occasion of the Swedish State Railways' (SJ) first electrified rail line 100 years ago and the historic trip of a Swiss Crocodile to Sweden to the meeting there with a Swedish class Da. Delivery is planned for the 2nd quarter of 2016.

Electric Locomotive Double Set with the SJ Da 903 and the SBB Ce 6/8 III 14305 "Crocodile" The big anniversary event on September 12/13, 2015 in the Swedish town of Gävle for the 100th anniversary of electric main line operation in Sweden offers the unusual meeting of two cult locomotives. The section of the Swedish ore line between Kiruna and Riksgränsen was finally under wire as early as 1915. The railroad museum in Gävle has a multitude of mostly Swedish electric locomotives as a rendezvous for this anniversary. The visit of the SBB Historic Swiss Crocodile Ce 6/8 III 14305 forms a special high point for this. The locomotive is being transferred from Olten (Switzerland) via Rostock (Germany) and Trelleborg (Sweden) to the Swedish town of Ängelholm. From there it will run on September 6/7 under its own power with special trains to Gävle. A special run from Stockholm to Gävle follows on the anniversary on Saturday. The trip back to Switzerland begins on September 15/16 also with special trains from Stockholm via Malmö to Ängelholm. At the anniversary in Gävle, the "Crocodile" will also meet up with the Swedish side road locomotive Da 903, also viewed as a cult locomotive. The latter was specially painted in fir green for Märklin and thereby corresponds to the paint scheme for the legendary historic Märklin model 3019. Road number Ce 6/8 III 14305 comes from the second series of the Gotthard freight locomotives, because constantly increasing freight service had caused the SBB to order another 18 "Crocodiles" in 1926/27 as road numbers Ce 6/8III 14301-14318. They had greater performance with 1,809 instead of 1,647 kilowatts / 2,426 instead of 2,209 horsepower and their power trucks now had Winterthur diagonal rod drive by means of an intermediate jackshaft. In the mid-Fifties, their maximum speed could be lifted from 65 to 75 km/h / 41 to 47 mph and they were consequently thus changed in designation to Be 6/8III 13301-13318. The Swedish class Da side rod locomotives are newer units. Due to the increasing need for electric locomotives arising from further electrification of rail lines, the SJ at the end of the Forties urgently needed additional locomotives. The SJ thus decided to revive the proven class D as a side rod driven electric locomotive with the wheel arrangement 2-6-2 even though it had been technically surpassed by that time. The basic superstructure of the new class "Da" was the same as its predecessors: The locomotive was powered by two single-phase series-wound motors that transmitted their power by means of a gear case to the jackshaft between the three driving wheel sets. The latter were connected by means of side rods to the powered jackshaft. The driving wheel sets, bearings, and the traction motors were newly designed. The windows now equipped with rubber seals now gave a modern look. Ninety-three (93) units were built by ASEA between 1953 and 1960. In the late Eighties, the SJ began to draw these locomotives from service, and by the mid Nineties, all of them were scrapped except for a few exceptions. Several units have survived in museums as well as on privately owned railroads.

One-time series, only in 2015.

Top


37588   --  KPEV cl G 12 (class 58) "Borsig" Edition 4 Steam Freight Locomotive

Prototype: Royal Prussian Railroad Administration (KPEV) Prussian class G 12 (later the class 58.10-21) steam freight locomotive. Gas lighting and Prussian type pr. 3T 20 tender included. The locomotive looks as it did shortly after being delivered by Borsig in 1917. Locomotive number 10.282 in the delivery book of A. Borsig Works, Berlin-Tegel.

Model: The locomotive has an mfx digital decoder and extensive sound functions. It also has controlled high-efficiency propulsion with a flywheel, mounted in the boiler. 5 axles powered. Traction tires. The locomotive and tender are constructed mostly of metal. The locomotive has dual headlights that change over with the direction of travel. They will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. Maintenance-free warm white LEDs are used for the lighting. A 7226 smoke unit can be installed in the locomotive. There is a permanent close coupling with a guide mechanism between the locomotive and tender. A close coupler with an NEM pocket and a guide mechanism is on the front of the locomotive. An NEM coupler pocket with a guide mechanism and a TELEX coupler is on the rear of the tender. The locomotive has many separately applied details such as piping and sand pipes. Piston rod protection sleeves and brake hoses are included. Length over the buffers 21.2 cm / 8-3/8". A suitable collector's case made of wood and glass with a relief of the characteristic Borsig gates for the Borsig Locomotive Works in Berlin-Tegel is included. An engraved metal sign plate including the builder's number is mounted on the base of the display case. A high quality excerpt from the delivery book is included.

  Control
Unit
Mobile
Station
Mobile
Station 2
Central
Station
Headlight(s) X X X X
Smoke generator contact X X X X
Steam locomotive op. sounds X X X X
Locomotive whistle X X X X
Direct control   X X X
Sound of squealing brakes off   X X X
Engineer's cab lighting   X X X
Whistle for switching maneuver   X X X
Telex coupler on the rear     X X
Letting off steam     X X
Sound of coal being shoveled     X X
Grate shaken     X X
Air pump     X X
Water pump     X X
Injectors     X X

Highlights:

  • "Borsig Edition 4".

  • Prototypical tooling changes for the Prussian version.

  • Partially open bar frame.

  • Suitable collector's case with a relief for each model in the edition.

  • mfx decoder and extensive operating and sound functions included.

  • An excerpt from the Borsig delivery book included.

One-time series (model 4 of 5).

Soon after the start of World War I the German War Ministry recognized that the multitude of different steam locomotives not only greatly affected railroad operations essential to the war effort but also the maintenance of the locomotives themselves. The War Ministry therefore requested as early as 1915 the development of a powerful standard design freight locomotive with the smallest possible axle load (16 tons). A commission was formed to complete the plans for this locomotive. This commission had representatives of the railroads and the military. In the end, the Prussian members pushed through the construction of a 2-10-0 hot steam locomotive. At the start of 1917, the Borsig Works were given the contract to generate the design documents for the new locomotive. The new "standard design locomotive" was developed in the shortest amount of time by borrowing from a 2-10-0 locomotive for Turkey. The first units were completed in 1917 and were designated the class G 12 in Prussia, Württemberg, and Baden. In Saxony, the G 12 was designated as the class XIII H. With a boiler height of 3,000 mm / 118-1/8", the Belpaire firebox, and the continuous bar frame these units had nothing more in common with Prussian locomotive building tradition. The low bar frame allowed the firebox to be set on the frame and to be widened on the sides compared to earlier sheet metal frames. For the first time the grate surface could be achieved not only with the grate length but also with the grate width. Other new features were Coale design safety valves as well as a standard design feeder water purifier. Between 1917 and 1921, 1,158 units were built just for the Prussian State Railways and later for the DRG by AEG, Borsig, Hanomag, Henschel, Krupp, Linke-Hofmann, Rheinmetall, and Schichau. The Baden, Württemberg, and Saxon State Railways ordered additional G 12 locomotives. In the DRG plan of 1925 for new class numbers the Baden G 12 units changed to the DRG class 58.2-3, the Saxon G 12 units (sä. XIII H) to the class 58.4, the Württemberg G 12 units to the class 58.5, and the Prussian G 12 units to the class 58.10-21. They were used in almost all of the German State Railroad districts. World War II caused numerous units to be left abroad, such as Bulgaria, Austria, and Poland. The locomotives remaining on the DB were retired by 1953. By contrast, the DR locomotives were indispensable for a long time and ran in their original version in the Erzgebirge region until 1976. Several G 12 locomotives have remained preserved, among them the operational road number 58 311 owned by the Ulm Railroad Fans.

One-time series, only in 2015.

Top


37769  --  DB AG cl 217 Double Diesel Locomotive Set (EX)

New 5-Year warranty for all Marklin MHI items!

  Control
Unit
Mobile
Station
Mobile
Station 2
Central
Station
Headlight(s) X X X X
Engineer's cab lighting X X X X
Diesel locomotive op. sounds X X X X
Warning sound X X X X
Direct control   X X X
Sound of squealing brakes off   X X X
Rear headlights off   X X X
Whistle for switching maneuver   X X X
Front headlights off     X X
Conductor's whistle     X X
Station announcements     X X
Sound of couplers engaging     X X
Sanding     X X
Compressor     X X
Rail joints     X X

Prototype: German Railroad, Inc. (DB AG) class 217 general-purpose locomotive as a double unit. Diesel hydraulic locomotive with electric train heating. "Traffic Red" paint scheme. Exhaust hoods included. The locomotives look as they did in 2003.

Model: One locomotive has an mfx+ digital decoder and extensive sound functions. It also has controlled high-efficiency propulsion. All axles powered. Traction tires. One locomotive is not powered. Both locomotives are permanently coupled together. Maintenance-free warm white LEDs are used for the headlights. The triple headlights and dual red marker lights change over with the direction of travel, will work in conventional operation, and can be controlled digitally. The cab lighting can be controlled digitally. There is a figure of a locomotive engineer in Cab 1. The locomotives have separately applied exhaust hoods. They also have metal grab irons on the sides and ends. They also have detailed buffer beams. Brake hoses that can be mounted on the locomotives are included. Length over the buffers per locomotive 18.9 cm / 7-7/16".

Highlights:

  • Partially new tooling.

  • Prototypical window and vent arrangement.

  • Roof includes exhaust hoods for the motor and the diesel engine for train heating.

  • mfx+ digital decoder included.

  • Cab lighting.

  • Figure of a locomotive engineer in Cab 1 included.

One-time series.

Class 217 as a Double Unit During the building of the regular production V 160, there were already initial thoughts about replacing the steam heating with electric train heating as part of emerging structural changes. In 1965, Krupp delivered road number V 162 001. In addition to the 1,900 horsepower motor known from the V 160, it also had a 500 horsepower MAN diesel motor for heating. This motor powered a BBC 3-phase generator by means of a gear drive. The output of the diesel motor for heating could be used however in the summer or with freight train service to boost motive power output. Shortly after that came road number V 162 002 in February of 1966 with an AEG generator and road number V 162 003 as the last unit in October of 1966. It had a Siemens generator that was flange-mounted directly to the diesel motor for heating. All three of the V 162 (starting in 1968: 217) differed from the V 160 externally only in the framed lengthened by 400 mm / 15-3/4" as well as the altered window and cooling grill arrangement. In 1968/69, Krupp delivered twelve regular production units like these prototypes, road numbers 217 011-022. Like road number V 162 003, they were equipped with a diesel motor for heating with a three-phase generator flange-mounted directly to it and also new hydraulic gearing for 130 km/h / 81 mph (140 km/h / 87 mph after subsequent changes to the brakes). Starting in 1974 road numbers 217 001 and 002 often served as braking locomotives on test and measurement runs as part of the proving trials of new motive power. Nothing changed on them right up to their retirement in the fall of 2010 (217 001) and the fall of 2011 (217 002). They were still available as required for test and measurement runs for the FTZ in Minden and Munich. All of the class 217 units were used mostly in freight service as early as the end of the Eighties. They changed in 2000 from Regensburg to Mühldorf, where they could prove themselves pulling heavy freight trains in the Southern Bavarian chemical triangle. At the end of 2011 the last of the DB class 217 units were taken out of service. Road number 217 002 was sold in the fall of 2012 to the BTE, road numbers 217 012, 015, 017, 020, and 021 to the Palatine Railroad, and road number 217 019 to the ESG. The latter has made itself useful since August of 2014 in a blue paint scheme, mostly in Southern Germany in construction site logistics.

One-time series, only in 2015.

Top


37838  --  Christmas Steam Locomotive with a Tender (DB cl 50) (L)

Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) class 50 freight steam locomotive, with a coal tender as the type 2Ž2ŽT26 standard design box-style tender as it originally looked. Witte smoke deflectors, standard cab, long running boards falling diagonally at the front by the smoke box, DB Reflex glass headlights, and inductive magnet on one side included. Road number 50 980. The locomotive looks as it did around 1960. Use of this locomotive with a Christmas tree and a Christmas design has not been confirmed.

Model: The locomotive has an mfx digital decoder and extensive sound functions. It also has controlled high-efficiency propulsion. 5 axles powered. Traction tires. The locomotive and tender are constructed mostly of metal. A 7226 smoke unit can be installed in the locomotive. The triple headlights change over with the direction of travel. They and the smoke unit that can be installed in the locomotive will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. Maintenance-free warm white LEDs are used for the lighting. The special light function is a Christmas tree with LED lighting that can be controlled digitally. The locomotive whistles "Oh Christmas Tree" as a special sound function. There is a permanent close coupling with a guide mechanism between the locomotive and tender that can be adjusted for the radius of the track. The rear of the tender and the front of the locomotive have close couplers with NEM pockets and guide mechanisms. The minimum radius for operation is 360 mm / 14-3/16". Protective piston sleeves, brake hoses are included. Length over the buffers 26.4 cm / 10-3/8".

  Control
Unit
Mobile
Station
Mobile
Station 2
Central
Station
Headlight(s) X X X X
Smoke generator contact X X X X
Steam locomotive op. sounds X X X X
Locomotive whistle X X X X
Direct control   X X X
Sound of squealing brakes off   X X X
Air pump   X X X
Whistle for switching maneuver   X X X
Letting off Steam     X X
Bell     X X
Sound of coal being shoveled     X X
Grate shaken     X X
Injectors     X X
Light function 1 (Christmas tree)     X X
Operating sounds     X X

Highlights:

  • The special gift idea for Christmas.

  • Special light and sound function:

  • Christmas tree with LED lighting.

  • "Oh Christmas Tree" steam locomotive composition.

  • New and reworked sounds.

  • Tender decorated for Christmas.

  • High quality gift packaging.

  • Christmas postcard included

This model is being presented with a display case made of clear Acrylic. The base has a metal plate with the lettering in German "Merry Christmas". A Christmas postcard with one of 5 themes for collecting or for sending is included. Other postcards can be found exclusively at your dealer.

Motive power for the H0 Christmas cars that have appeared previously.

One-time series, only in 2015.

Top


37937  --  DRG class P10 Steam Passenger Locomotive with a Tender (L)

Prototype: German State Railroad Company (DRG) version of the Prussian class P10 steam passenger locomotive. Version without smoke deflectors and with a Prussian type 2Ž2ŽT 31,5 tender without additional coal bunker boards.

Model: The locomotive has an mfx digital decoder, controlled high-efficiency propulsion, and extensive sound functions. 4 axles powered. Traction tires. The locomotive and tender are constructed mostly of metal. The 72270 smoke unit can be installed in the locomotive. The dual headlights change over with the direction of travel. They and the smoke unit that can be installed in the locomotive will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. Maintenance-free warm white LEDs are used for the lighting. There is an adjustable close coupling with a guide mechanism between the locomotive and tender. There is a close coupler with an NEM pocket and guide mechanism on the rear of the tender. Protective sleeves for the piston rods are included as detail parts. Length over the buffers 26.3 cm / 10-3/8".

  Control
Unit
Mobile
Station
Mobile
Station 2
Central
Station
Headlight(s) X X X X
Smoke generator contact X X X X
Steam locomotive op. sounds X X X X
Locomotive whistle X X X X
Direct control   X X X
Air pump   X X X
Flickering Light in Fire Box   X X X
Whistle for switching maneuver   X X X
Letting off Steam     X X
Sound of squealing brakes off     X X
Sound of coal being shoveled     X X
Grate Shaken     X X

Highlights:

  • New road number 2814

This model can be found in a DC version in the Trix H0 assortment under item number T22239.
 

One-time series, only in 2015.

Top


39205  --  DR/DDR Steam Express Locomotive w/Coal Tender (25 Anniv. German Reunification)

Prototype: DB Schenker Rail Deutschland AG class 363 diesel switch engine as a DB Cargo version. Diesel hydraulic propulsion with a jackshaft. Road number 363 241. The locomotive looks as it did around 2014.

Model: The locomotive has an mfx digital decoder and extensive sound functions. It also has controlled high-efficiency propulsion. 3 axles and a jackshaft powered. Traction tires. The triple headlights will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. The locomotive has a Telex coupler front and rear, and they can be controlled separately in digital operation. The handrails are constructed of metal. Length over the buffers 12.0 cm / 4-3/4".

  Control
Unit
Mobile
Station
Mobile
Station 2
Central
Station
Headlight(s) X X X X
Smoke generator contact X X X X
Steam locomotive op. sounds X X X X
Locomotive whistle X X X X
Direct control   X X X
Sound of squealing brakes off   X X X
Engineer's cab lighting   X X X
Switching maneuver   X X X
Operating sounds     X X
Letting off steam     X X
Sound of coal shoveling     X X
Grate shaken     X X
Air pump     X X
Water pump     X X
Cab dialog     X X

Prototype: Schnellzug-Dampfl okomotive Baureihe 01.5 mit Kohlen-Tender.  Reko-Ausführung der Deutschen Reichsbahn der DDR (DR/DDR). Mit Boxpok-Rädern, Kohlen-Einheitskastentender 2´2´T34, Witte-Windleitblechen in spezieller Bauform für die BR 01.5, durchgehende Domverkleidung, einseitigem Indusi und Puffertellerwarnanstrich. Betriebsnummer 01 512. Betriebszustand um 1967.

Model
: Mit Digital-Decoder mfx+ und umfangreichen Geräuschfunktionen. Geregelter Hochleistungsantrieb mit Schwungmasse im Kessel. 3 Achsen angetrieben. Haftreifen. Lokomotive und Tender weitgehend aus Metall. Eingerichtet für Rauchsatz 7226. Fahrtrichtungsabhängig wechselndes Dreilicht-Spitzensignal und nachrüstbarer Rauchsatz konventionell in Betrieb, digital schaltbar. Führerstandsbeleuchtung zusätzlich digital schaltbar. Beleuchtung mit wartungsfreien warmweißen Leuchtdioden (LED). Kurzkupplung mit Kinematik zwischen Lok und Tender. Am Tender kinematikgeführte Kurzkupplung mit NEMSchacht. Befahrbarer Mindestradius 360 mm. Kolbenstangenschutzrohre und Bremsschläuche liegen bei. Länge über Puffer 28,2 cm.

Highlights:

  • Completely new tooling

  • Especially finely detailed metal construction.

  • Open frame design

  • Separately applied details

One-time series.

Die Schnellzug-Dampflokomotive der Baureihe 01.5 wird anlässlich des 25-jährigen Jubiläums der Deutschen Wiedervereinigung in einer einmaligen Serie aufgelegt.

One-time series, only in 2015.

Top


39206  --  DR/DDR Steam Express Locomotive w/Oil Tender (25 Anniv. German Reunification)

Prototype: Schnellzug-Dampfl okomotive Baureihe 01.5 mit Öl-Tender als Öl-Hauptfeuerung. Reko-Ausführung der Deutschen Reichsbahn der DDR (DR/DDR). Mit Speichen-Räder, Einheitskastentender 2´2´T34 (Öl), Witte-Windleitblechen in spezieller Bauform für die BR 01.5, durchgehende Domverkleidung, ohne Indusi, mit Zierstreifen. Betriebsnummer 01 0505-6. Betriebszustand um 1975/76.

Model
: Mit Digital-Decoder mfx+ und umfangreichen Geräuschfunktionen. Geregelter Hochleistungsantrieb mit Schwungmasse im Kessel. 3 Achsen angetrieben. Haftreifen. Lokomotive und Tender weitgehend aus Metall. Eingerichtet für Rauchsatz 7226. Fahrtrichtungsabhängig wechselndes Dreilicht-Spitzensignal und nachrüstbarer Rauchsatz konventionell in Betrieb, digital schaltbar. Führerstandsbeleuchtung zusätzlich digital schaltbar. Beleuchtung mit wartungsfreien warmweißen Leuchtdioden (LED). Kurzkupplung mit Kinematik zwischen Lok und Tender. Am Tender kinematikgeführte Kurzkupplung mit NEMSchacht. Befahrbarer Mindestradius 360 mm. Kolbenstangenschutzrohre und Bremsschläuche liegen bei. Länge über Puffer 28,2 cm.

  Control
Unit
Mobile
Station
Mobile
Station 2
Central
Station
Headlight(s) X X X X
Smoke generator contact X X X X
Steam locomotive op. sounds X X X X
Locomotive whistle X X X X
Direct control   X X X
Sound of squealing brakes off   X X X
Engineer's cab lighting   X X X
Whistle for switching maneuver   X X X
Letting off steam     X X
Air pump / compressor     X X
Operating sounds 2     X X
Air pump     X X
Water pump     X X
Injectors     X X
Cab dialog     X X

Highlights:

  • Completely new tooling

  • Especially finely detailed metal construction.

  • Open frame design

  • Separately applied details

One-time series.

Die Schnellzug-Dampflokomotive der Baureihe 01.5 wird anlässlich des 25-jährigen Jubiläums der Deutschen Wiedervereinigung in einer einmaligen Serie aufgelegt.

One-time series, only in 2015.

Top


39846  --  ES 64 (MRCE) Electric Locomotive 25th Anniversary German Reunification

Prototype: Mitsui Rail Capital Europe (MRCE) multiple system electric locomotive 91 80 6182 560-3, leased to TX Logistik (TXL), built starting in 2000.

Model: The locomotive has the new mfx+ digital decoder, controlled high-efficiency propulsion, and extensive sound functions. 2 axles powered. Traction tires. The locomotive has triple headlights and dual red marker lights that change over with the direction of travel. They will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. Long distance headlights can be controlled separately. The headlights at Locomotive Ends 2 and 1 can be turned off separately in digital operation. When the headlights are turned off at both ends of the locomotive, the double "A" lights are activated. Maintenance-free warm white and red LEDs are used for the lighting. The engineer's cabs have interior details. The locomotive has separately applied metal grab irons. Length over the buffers 22.5 cm / 8-7/8".


 

  Control
Unit
Mobile
Station
Mobile
Station 2
Central
Station
Headlight(s) X X X X
Long distance headlights X X X X
Electric locomotive op. sounds X X X X
High pitch horn X X X X
Direct control   X X X
Sound of squealing brakes off   X X X
Headlights: Cab 2 End   X X X
Low pitch horn   X X X
Headlights: Cab 1 End     X X
Compressor     X X
Station announcements     X X
Conductor's whistle     X X

Highlights:

  • mfx+ World of Operation decoder and extensive operational and sound functions included.

  • For still more operating enjoyment in the Märklin "World of Operation".

  • Specially designed packaging.

  • Certificate of authenticity.

  • Both locomotive sides imprinted differently.

Limited, one-time series.

Road Number 182 560 in a Special Paint Scheme for "25 Years of German Reunification" In the summer of 2000, the ÖBB refused permission in general for the DB class 152 to operate on the former's rails. The DB AG reacted very quickly and ordered 25 two-system locomotives from Siemens that were extensively similar in design to the ÖBB class 1116 "Taurus" (Bull). The German dual-system locomotives can be considered as a further development of the class 152. Delivery of the new DB class 182 began in July of 2001 and was completed as early as December of 2001. Its main electrical components, the single wheel set control with four pulse converters, the three four-quadrant controllers switched in parallel for the two DC intermediate circuits, as well as the control and operation are very similar to the class 152. Essential differences are in the shape of the locomotive ends and in the design of the trucks. The striking rounded end shape with the fiberglass hood made of plastic provides an aerodynamic look. The new truck is designed for high speeds and was used for the first time on the Spanish Euro Sprinter. Its core piece is the so-called high-efficiency propulsion with separated brake shaft (HAB) that in principle corresponds to a hollow shaft propulsion with rubber cardan joints. In the Siemens nomenclature, the dual-system locomotives are known as the "ES 64 U2". These units are in use on not just the DB and the ÖBB, but also on different "state" and private transport firms. A considerable number of them consist of leased locomotives, a number of which are used by MRCE Dispolok GmbH (formerly Siemens Dispolok). Most of them have been painted in an inconspicuous black scheme. In April of 2015 ES 64 U2-060 (road number 182 560) was selected from this pool to mark "25 Years of German Reunification" with attractive adhesive film. Their ends are adorned with the striking slogan of the Leipzig Monday Demonstrations "Wir sind ein Volk" / "We are one people". In addition, one side of the locomotive celebrates "25 Jahre Deutsche Wiedervereinigung" / "25 Years of German Reunification" while the other side marks the "Tag des Mauerfalls" / "The Day the Wall Fell" in Berlin. The MRCE locomotive is used by TX Logistik.

In cooperation with Loc & More (http://www.locandmore.eu).

One-time series, only in 2015.

Top


42179  --  SBB Express Train Cab Control Car

Prototype: Inter-City express train cab control car for push/pull trains. Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) type Mark IV Bt. 2nd class with engineer's cab similar to that for the class Re 460 locomotive.

Model:
The car has maintenance-free LEDs for headlights and the marker light. The engineer's cab has interior details. There is a coupler at the car end without an engineer's cab. The car is ready for installation of 7319 current-conducting couplings or 72020/72021 current-conducting couplers. The car has adjustable buffers. Length over the buffers 27.5 cm / 10-13/16".

The Inter-City cab control car can be added to the express train in the 29463 digital starter set or to the 42152 and 42160 express train car sets.

 

 

Top


42912  --  DB Inter-zone Express Train Passenger 6-Car Set

Vorbild: 6 verschiedene Schnellzugwagen unterschiedlicher Bauarten, in der Ausführung der Deutschen Bundesbahn (DB), für den Interzonen- Zug D 455 von Frankfurt/Main über Fulda, Bebra, Gerstungen, Eisenach, Erfurt, Leipzig, Cottbus nach Frankfurt/Oder. 3 Abteilwagen Büm 234, 2. Klasse. 1 Abteilwagen ABüm 225, 1./2. Klasse. 1 Halbgepäckwagen BDüms 273, 2. Klasse. 1 Abteilwagen Aüm 203, 1. Klasse. Betriebszustand um 1975.

Modell
: Befahrbarer Mindestradius 360 mm. Drehgestelle der Bauart Minden-Deutz schwer, mit Nachbildung von Klotzbremsen und Generatorantrieb. Alle Wagen vorbereitet für stromführende Kupplungen 7319 oder stromführende trennbare Kurzkupplungen 72020/72021 sowie zum Einbau einer Innenbeleuchtung 73400/73401 (je 2 x) mit Schleifer 73406 und Zugschlussbeleuchtung 73407. Alle Wagen mit Zuglaufschilder und unterschiedlichen Ordnungsnummern im Zugverband versehen. Gesamtlänge über Puffer 170,2 cm.
Gleichstromradsatze je Wagen 4 x 700580.

One-time series.
 

One-time series, only in 2015.

Top


43132  --  DB "Donnerbuschen" Passenger Car

New 5-Year warranty for all Marklin MHI items!

Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) type Bi "Donnerbüchse" / "Thunder Box" standard design passenger car, 2nd class. "Bottle Green" paint scheme. The car looks as it did around 1957.

Model:
The car has factory-installed LED interior lighting and current-conducting couplers. The interior lighting can be controlled digitally from the 36082 locomotive. The car also has open platforms and crossovers. Length over the buffers approximately 16 cm / 6-5/16".
Highlights:

  • Factory-installed LED interior lighting.

  • Current-conducting couplers.

  • The car's interior lighting can be controlled digitally from the 36082 locomotive.

One-time series.

The diesel locomotive and car set to go with this car can be found in the Märklin MHI H0 assortment under item numbers 36082 and 43131.

One-time series, only in 2015.

Top


43867  --  Express Train Passenger Car Set (EX)

New 5-Year warranty for all Marklin MHI items!

Prototype: One type Am 203.0 compartment car and two type Bm 234 compartment cars painted and lettered for the German Federal Railroad (DB) on a special run. The cars look as they did in the summer of 1985.

Model: The entry doors have one-piece door windows. The entries have folding steps. The cars have Minden-Deutz design heavy trucks with double brake shoes and a separately applied generator. All of the cars have factory-installed LED interior lighting and operating current-conducting couplers. Maintenance-free warm white LEDs are used for the lighting. A pickup shoe is mounted on one car. The 73407 marker light kit can be installed on all of the cars. One type Bm car has built-in marker lights. Total length over the buffers approximately 84.8 cm / 33-3/8".

Highlights:

  • All of the cars include factory-installed LED interior lighting.

  • Operating, current-conducting couplers.

  • One car includes built-in marker lights.

The entertainment car with sound to go with this set can be found under item number 43868.
 


43868  --  Entertainment Car (EX)

New 5-Year warranty for all Marklin MHI items!

Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) type WGmh 824 entertainment car. Paint scheme in ocean blue / ivory. The car looks as it did in the summer of 1985.

Model: The car has a digital decoder. The sound functions come via a microSD card. The car has factory-installed interior lighting that can be controlled digitally. The bar lighting can be controlled digitally. Warm white LEDs are used for the interior lighting and the bar lighting. The light console and the strobe can be controlled separately in digital operation. Different color LEDs are used for the light console. Cold white LEDs are used for the strobe. The speed of the light changes can be controlled with the rotary controller. When the forward direction is selected, the beat depends on the music. When the reverse direction is selected, the beat is independent of the music. An 8 GB microSD card with two license-free songs and five sounds is built into the car. The music and the sounds can be played by means of the function buttons. Two 2.5 to 3 watt speakers provide optimal sound quality. The volume can be changed. The music and the sounds can be swapped out or added to according to your own ideas. The microSD card on the car floor is removed to do this. A conversion program is already stored on the microSD card. A card reader is not included with the car. The car has operating current-conducting couplers that can be controlled digitally. Please pay attention to the instructions for the car. A 9-part set of figures from the firm Preiser is included. Length over the buffers approximately 28.2 cm / 11-1/8".

Highlights:

  • Digital decoder.

  • 8 GB microSD card.

  • The music and sounds can be swapped out or added to as you desire.

  • Adjustable volume.

  • Light console.

  • Strobe lights.

  • Interior lighting.

  • 9-part set of figures from Preiser.

One-time series.

In 1976 the German Federal Railroad placed the prototype (car number 51 80 89-80 600-5) of a new, comfortable generation of entertainment cars into service. These type WGmh 824 cars were planned to set new standards for the highest level of comfort in relation to adventure trips, rolling conferences, or excursion trips. At one end of the car was two compartments for train officials as well as a toilet, at the other end a galley with an adjoining bar. One of the two compartments for train officials served as a technology space with music equipment and control of the lighting installation. Approximately two thirds of the car was planned as entertainment space and could be used as a dining room, conference room, or dance area. Only one small seating corner was permanently installed at one end of this space. Otherwise, the interior could be arranged to meet the requirements of the occasion. Themes from cities in Lower Saxony decorated the side walls of the entertainment space. The bulkhead walls by contrast had an intertwined pattern in different colors. The car ran on Minden-Deutz type 36 trucks and was rated for 160 km/h / 100 mph. Its underframe was built in the customary manner with a frame, cross members, and plates constructed of steel. Its car body was a welded design with side walls, end walls, and roof plates. However, cross bracing had to be installed to accommodate extreme variations in the load under certain circumstances (such as during dance events) in the entertainment area. Right from the time it was placed into service, the entertainment car ran in the DB standard paint scheme of ocean blue / ivory that was current at that time.


The figures included with this car may have to be altered in size due to technical circumstances. This model can be found in a DC version in the Trix H0 assortment under item no. 23490.


A car set to go with this car can be found in the Märklin MHI H0 assortment under item number 43867.

One-time series, only in 2015.

Top


44735  --  "Bobby Car" Low Side Car

Prototype: Type Rlmms four-axle low side car loaded with two Bobby Car models.

Model: The railroad car is loaded with two high-quality Bobby Car models constructed of metal. The Bobby Cars look like Bobby Cars made in the Seventies. The railroad car has Relex couplers. Length over the buffers 16 cm / 6-5/16". DC wheel set 4 x 700580.

Highlights:

  • The high-quality Bobby Car models constructed of metal invite you to play with them.

 

Top


46544  --  Tank Car Set of 6 Cars (EX)


Prototype: 6 different tank cars painted and lettered for GATX Rail Germany GmbH, Hamburg, Germany. Cars with non-insulated tanks and ladders at one end. Type "Zans".
Model: The cars have detailed, partially open frames. They also have rectangular buffers. The cars have type Y 25 welded trucks. They have separately applied details. All of the cars are individually packaged. Length over the buffers per car 18.0 cm / 7-1/8". DC wheel set per car 4 x 700580.
Highlights:

  • Different car numbers.

  • Each car individually packaged.

One-time series.

One-time series, only in 2015.

Top


47405  --  "Rollende Landstrasse" / "Rolling Road" Depressed Floor Flat Car (L)

Prototype: Type Saadkms 690 special car with 8 small wheel sets for transporting entire semi-truck rigs. Car painted and lettered for Railion Deutschland AG. The car looks as it did around 2005.

Models: This is an end car with swinging and removable buffer beams and adapters for normal close couplers. Chock blocks for trucks are included with the car. A truck model painted and lettered for Märklin is included. Length over the buffers 23.2 cm / 9-1/8". DC wheel set 8 x 432950.
Highlights:

  • Model truck painted and lettered for Märklin.

One-time series.

The 5-part "Rollende Landstraße" / "Rolling Road" depressed floor flat car set to go with this end car can be found under item number 47418.

One-time series, only in 2015.

Top


48415  --  Marklin 2015 Christmas car


Prototype: Type Rlmms four-axle low side car. Fictitious design for Christmas.
Model: The low side car is loaded with the lettering "XMAS" made of laser-cut wood. Golden candles for attaching to the lettering are included. Length over the buffers 16.0 cm / 6-5/16". DC wheel set 2 x 700580.
Highlights:

  • "XMAS" lettering made of laser-cut wood � can be removed from the freight car.

  • Golden candles for attaching to the lettering provide an Advent atmosphere.

  • Attractive addition to the series of Christmas cars.

One-time series, only in 2015.

Top


48615  --  Marklin Start up Club Annual Car for 2015

Model: The container car comes in a special paint scheme with themes form the world of the Märklin Start up Club. The car has Relex couplers. Length over the buffers 11.5 cm / 4-1/2". DC wheel set 2 x 700580.

One-time series.

Annual model for members of the Märklin Start up Club and Märklin Insider.

 

Top

Marklin H0 Accessory


24315  --  C-Track R3 15-degree (1/2) track section (box of 6 pieces)

R3 = 515 mm / 20-1/4" / 15°. Removable roadbed slopes. This track section is required on both branches of the 24771 and 24772 wide radius curved turnouts.

 

Top


24771 / 24772  --  R3/R4 Curved Turnout (left and right)

Inner curve: R3 = 515 mm / 20-1/4" / 30°. Outer curve: 30° with a parallel curve spacing of 64 mm / 2-1/16". Hand lever included. Two (2) each 24315 track are required on the inner and outer curve of the turnout. A roadbed piece to fit here is included. The 74491 electric turnout mechanism, the 74461 digital decoder, and the 74470 turnout lanterns can be installed on this turnout.

 

Top


60971  --  Decoder Programmer

This unit is for fast programming of the new märklin LokDecoder3 and märklin Sounddecoder3. You can connect it easily to your PC/laptop by means of a USB port. You will require the märklin Decoder Tool Software (mDT) that can be downloaded easily on our homepage. The mDT software will help you transfer existing sound or sound you have recorded on your own quickly and easily. You can now also program very easily all other settings such as maximum speed, braking behavior, etc.

Highlights:

  • Fast programming of the new märklin mLD3 and mSD3 decoders.

 

Top


60972  --  marklin mLD3 Decoder w/21-pin interface

This decoder is for converting Märklin/Trix H0 locomotives with built-in high-efficiency motors or other DC motors. The märklin LokDecoder3 has a 21-pin interface connector and an accompanying interface connector circuit board for converting analog and digital locomotives. The märklin LokDecoder3 supports the digital formats mfx, MM1, MM2, and DCC.

 

Top


60973  --  Pickup Shoe Changeover Circuit Board

This circuit board is for installation in locomotives and powered rail car trains with 2 pickup shoes. It enables operation with the pickup shoe at the "front" of the unit (depending on the direction of travel) picking up power. This guarantees that units such as an ICE come to a halt at the right location in a stop block. An mLD3 or mSD3 decoder is also required.

 

Top


60975, 60976, 60977, 60978, 60979  --  Märklin mSD3 Sound Decoder w/21-pin interface

For steam, diesel, and electric locomotives.

This decoder is for converting Märklin/Trix H0 locomotives with built-in high-efficiency motors or other DC motors. The märklin SoundDecoder3 has a 21-pin interface connector and an accompanying interface connector circuit board for converting analog and digital locomotives. The märklin SoundDecoder3 supports the digital formats mfx, MM1, MM2, and DCC. The decoder has preset sound for a steam (60975), diesel (60976) or electric (60977) locomotive.

 

Top


60978, 60979  --  Märklin mSD3 Sound Decoder w/21-pin interface

For Hercules and TRAXX locomotives.

This decoder is for converting Märklin/Trix H0 36000 series Hobby locomotives. The märklin SoundDecoder3 has a 21-pin interface connector and an accompanying interface connector circuit board for converting 36000 series locomotives with trucks. The märklin SoundDecoder3 supports the digital formats mfx, MM1, MM2, and DCC. The 60978 decoder has preset sound for a diesel locomotive (Hercules), whereas the 60979 decoder has preset sound for an electric locomotive (Hercules)

 

Top


60982  --  Märklin mLD3 Locomotive Decoder w/8-wire cable

This decoder is for converting Märklin/Trix H0 locomotives with built-in high-efficiency motors or other DC motors. The märklin SoundDecoder3 has a wiring harness soldered to it with an eight-pin NEM interface connector plug for installation in many locomotives with the appropriate NEM interface connector and locomotives with a lack of space. The märklin LokDecoder3 supports the digital formats mfx, MM1, MM2, and DCC.

 

Top


60985, 60986, 60987  --  Märklin mSD3 Sound Decoder w/8-wire cable

For steam, diesel and electric locomotive

This decoder is for converting Märklin/Trix H0 locomotives with built-in high-efficiency motors or other DC motors. The märklin SoundDecoder3 has a wiring harness soldered to it with an eight-pin NEM interface connector plug for installation in many locomotives with the appropriate NEM interface connector and locomotives with a lack of space. The märklin LokDecoder3 supports the digital formats mfx, MM1, MM2, and DCC. The decoder has preset sound for a steam (60985), diesel (60986) or electric (60987) locomotive.

 

Top

Marklin "Z"

80625  --  Marklin "Z" 2015 Christmas Car

Prototype: Modern style refrigerator car.

Model: The car comes in a Christmas design. Length over the buffers 64 mm / 2-1/2".

One-time series only in 2015.

The Christmas car for 2015 is presented in a clear pine tree. This can be hung on a Christmas tree with the help of the cord included with the car and continues the popular series of festive themes from previous years.

 

Top

81841  --  Christmas Starter Set

Prototype: 1 class 24 steam locomotive, 1 high-side gondola, 1 refrigerator car, 1 passenger car.

Model: The locomotive is constructed of metal. The locomotive and the tender are decorated for Christmas. It has a 5-pole motor, and all of the driving axles are powered. All 3 cars are also decorated for Christmas. Also included are 3 each decorated Christmas trees and kits for "Christmas Stands", "Santa Claus", and "Skating Rink", which can be assembled to make a small winter Christmas market. The stands can also be transported on the high-side gondola. Also included in this set: 2 each straight track, 10 each curved track, a rerailer, and a 230 volt / 12 VA switched mode power pack with a suitable train controller. A track plan brochure is also included. Train length approximately 250 mm / 9-7/8". Track length approximately 510 mm / 20-1/16". This set can be expanded with the 82720 set, with the 8190 or 8191, 8192, 8193, and 8194 SET track sets, or it can be expanded with your own designs.

 

Top

82288  --  Deep Well Flat Car (3-Car) Set (EX)

Prototype: Car set consisting of 3 DB Schenker Rail type Sdgkms 707 flat cars. Designed for the transport of containers, truck interchangeable load units, or even semi-truck trailers.

Model: The car frames are constructed of metal. Two cars are each loaded with 2 removable truck interchangeable load units for the freight forwarder "Schenker DB Logistics". One car is loaded with a semi-truck trailer lettered for "DB-Schenker". The cars and loads have finely executed paint schemes and lettering. All of the cars and the interchangeable load units have different car numbers or registration numbers. The cars have built-in close coupler hooks. Total length over the buffers 234 mm / 9-1/4".

One-time series for the MHI Program.

The perfect add-on for the locomotive 88194.

 

Top

82720  --  Christmas Add-On Set

Prototype: 1 tank car and a low side car with a brakeman�s cab.

Model: The ?"Glühwein" tank car and the low side car with a brakeman�s cab come in a Christmas paint scheme. Both cars have black wheel sets. The carefully modelled Christmas tree can be placed next to the tracks on your layout or can also be transported on the low side car. This add-on set also has material for a storage siding: 1 manual turnout, 3 sections of straight track, 1 section of curved track, and a track bumper. 82720 is the perfect addition to 81709.

 

Top

88194  --  DB cl 189 "Little Devil" Electric Locomotive (EX)

Prototype: Rail Traction Company (RTC) class 189 fast freight locomotive. Multiple system locomotive with 4 pantographs, from the Siemens EuroSprinter family.
Model: All axles on both trucks are powered. Warm white and red LEDs are used for the headlights and marker lights. The wheel treads are dark nickel-plated. The inner 2 pantographs are wired to pick up power. Length over the buffers 87 mm / 3-7/16".
Highlights:

  • All axles powered.

  • Warm white LED headlights that change over with the red marker lights.

One-time production for the MHI.

The Class 189 ("Teufelszebra" / "Devil's Zebra") The Railroad Transport Company (EVU) "Lokomotion Company for Railroad Motive Power, Inc." has created an unmistakable look with its "Zebra" locomotives in order to set themselves clearly apart from the competition in terms of appearance. Initially, the Lokomotion locomotives had a paint scheme of only white with blue zebra stripes. To the delight of many railroad fans came then units with red, red-blue, green, gray, and white reflective zebra stripes. The locomotives in the red "zebra look" quickly acquired the nickname "Teufels-Zebra" / "Devil's Zebra". As the first private railroad service firm, Lokomotion made use of the opportunities offered by the liberalization in Alpine transit in October of 2001 and has since developed into one of the leading railroad service firms in freight service across the Alpine area on the Brenner and Tauern axis. Focal point here are the combined service as well as carload service partially in cooperation with experienced reliable partners domestically and abroad. In Italy, this is the South Tyrol Rail Traction Company, Inc. (RTC), which has also had several of its locomotives painted in the Zebra design. A continuous production chain can thus be offered from Germany to Italy, because since 2005 a large part of the Lokomotion trains run with just a crew change at the current system border between Austria and Italy, which minimizes border stops and facilitates operations. Lokomotion uses its own and leased electric locomotives from the classes 139, 185, 186, and 189. Among the red "Devil's Zebras" are also four class 189 four-system units (Siemens nomenclature "ES 64 F4"), which run chiefly between Munich and Italy. They can be use as "new" Europa locomotives under both 15 and 25 kilovolt AC voltage and under 1.5 and 3 kilovolt DC voltage. The class 189 units are based on the DB class 152, but the former has considerable differences from its predecessor in the mechanical and especially in the electrical areas. Externally, there are two striking differences in the ribbed side walls and the headlights consisting of LEDs.

The car set to go with this locomotive can be found under item number 82288.

One-time series, only in 2015.

Top

88587  --  ES 64 (MRCE) Electric Locomotive 25th Anniversary German Reunification

Prototype: TX Logistik/MRCE class ES 64 U2 (Taurus) fast general-purpose locomotive. Road number 91 80 6182 560-3 painted and lettered as the so-called "Germany Locomotive".

Model: The locomotive is a tooling variation with a third single-arm pantograph. The two outer pantographs are wired to take power. The catenary selector switch is located out of sight inside the locomotive. Both trucks are powered. Maintenance-free warm white / red LEDs are used for the locomotive's headlights / marker lights that change over with the direction of travel. The locomotive has dark wheel treads and pantographs. Length over the buffers 87 mm / 3-7/16".

Road Number 182 560 in a Special Paint Scheme for �25 Years of German Reunification� In the summer of 2000, the ÖBB refused permission in general for the DB class 152 to operate on the former's rails. The DB AG reacted very quickly and ordered 25 two-system locomotives from Siemens that were extensively similar in design to the ÖBB class 1116 "Taurus" (Bull). The German dual-system locomotives can be considered as a further development of the class 152. Delivery of the new DB class 182 began in July of 2001 and was completed as early as December of 2001. Its main electrical components, the single wheel set control with four pulse converters, the three four-quadrant controllers switched in parallel for the two DC intermediate circuits, as well as the control and operation are very similar to the class 152. Essential differences are in the shape of the locomotive ends and in the design of the trucks. The striking rounded end shape with the fiberglass hood made of plastic provides an aerodynamic look. The new truck is designed for high speeds and was used for the first time on the Spanish Euro Sprinter. Its core piece is the so-called high-efficiency propulsion with separated brake shaft (HAB) that in principle corresponds to a hollow shaft propulsion with rubber cardan joints. In the Siemens nomenclature, the dual-system locomotives are known as the �ES 64 U2�. These units are in use on not just the DB and the ÖBB, but also on different �state� and private transport firms. A considerable number of them consist of leased locomotives, a number of which are used by MRCE Dispolok GmbH (formerly Siemens Dispolok). Most of them have been painted in an inconspicuous black scheme. In April of 2015 ES 64 U2-060 (road number 182 560) was selected from this pool to mark �25 Years of German Reunification� with attractive adhesive film. Their ends are adorned with the striking slogan of the Leipzig Monday Demonstrations �Wir sind ein Volk� / �We are one people�. In addition, one side of the locomotive celebrates "25 Jahre Deutsche Wiedervereinigung" / "25 Years of German Reunification" while the other side marks the "Tag des Mauerfalls" / "The Day the Wall Fell" in Berlin. The MRCE locomotive is used by TX Logistik.

 

Top

Marklin 1-Scale


55414  --  DB class 41 Steam Locomotive with Tender

Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) class 41 steam locomotive with a new design high-efficiency boiler and a type 2Ž2ŽT34 oil tender as the locomotive and tender looked in Era III.

Model: The locomotive is completely new tooling. The locomotive has a frame, superstructure with boiler, and tender constructed of die-cast zinc. Other separately applied parts are constructed mostly of metal. This is a highly detailed model with many separately applied parts and a prototypically detailed engineer's cab. The locomotive has a raised smoke stack and a smoke box door without a central locking device. The smoke box door can be opened. The locomotive has an inductive magnet on one side, water tank hatches that can be opened, cab doors that can be opened, buffer plate warning stripes, and much more. The locomotive has an mfx digital decoder, controlled high efficiency propulsion, and a sound generator with operating sounds synchronized with the wheels as well as extensive sound functions. It can be operated with AC power, DC power, Märklin Digital, or DCC. All of the driving axles are powered. The locomotive has a built-in smoke unit with smoke exhaust and cylinder steam synchronized with the wheels, and a steam whistle. The triple headlights have a light color correct for the era and change over with the direction of travel. The headlights will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. Maintenance-free, warm white LEDs are used for the lighting. The locomotive has sprung buffers, engine cab lights, firebox lights, and running gear lights. The locomotive has a reproduction of the prototype coupler on the front and a newly designed remote-controlled Telex coupler on the rear of the tender. Both of the couplers can be replaced by the other type of couplers. The valve gear switchover is in 3 steps (forward, reverse, continuous operation). An accessory package with a reproduction of the prototype coupler, a claw coupler, smoke fluid, and a figure of a locomotive engineer and a fireman is included with the locomotive. Minimum radius for operation 1,020 mm / 40-3/16". Length over the buffers 75 cm / 29-1/2".

  Control
Unit
Mobile
Station
Mobile
Station 2
Central
Station
Headlight(s) X X X X
Smoke generator X X X X
Steam locomotive op. sounds X X X X
Locomotive whistle X X X X
Telex coupler (rear) X X X X
Engineer's cab lighting   X X X
Running gear lights   X X X
Whistle for switching maneuver   X X X
Direct control     X X
Sound of squealing brakes off     X X
Operating sounds     X X
Bell     X X
Brake Compressor     X X
Generator sounds     X X
Water pump     X X
Letting off steam     X X

Highlights:

  • Completely new tooling.

  • Highly detailed full metal construction. Frame superstructures, boiler, etc. constructed of die-cast zinc.

  • A smoke generator with smoke exhaust and cylinder steam synchronized with the wheels, and a steam whistle included.

  • Operating sounds synchronized with the wheels and controlled by the load.

  • Smoke box door and dome covers with many original details, can be opened.

  • Headlights with a light color correct for the era and warm white LEDs.

  • Two-color fire box flickering light.

  • Running gear lights included.

  • Engine cab lighting included.

  • mfx decoder for operation with AC power, DC power, Märklin Digital, or DCC.

  • Valve gear switchover in 3 steps (forward, reverse, continuous operation) with a servo motor.

  • Tender includes a remote-controlled Telex coupler.

 

Top


55605  -- 
DB class E 60 Electric Locomotive

Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) class E 60 as it looked in Era IIIa. Switch engine with cab windows as they originally looked in real life, without switching platforms, type SBS 10 pantograph, 2 DB design headlights, and 1 marker light. Green basic paint scheme. Road number E 60 13, based in Treuchtlingen.

Model: The locomotive is completely new tooling. The frame and locomotive body are constructed of metal. The locomotive has an mfx digital decoder, controlled high-efficiency propulsion, and extensive sound functions. It can be operated with AC power, DC power, Märklin Digital, or DCC. All of the driving axles are powered by means of a centrally mounted powerful motor. The type SBS 10 double-arm pantograph with a single contact strip can be raised and lowered in digital operation by means of a motor. The white dual headlights are LEDs. They will work in conventional operation, and can be controlled digitally. An upper marker light also comes on depending on the direction of travel. The cab has warm white LED lighting. The cab doors can be opened, there are interior details, and the cab has a figure of an engineer. The locomotive has metal grab irons and many other separately applied details: signs, antenna, windshield wipers, whistle, etc. The buffer beams have sprung buffers and separately applied brake lines. The locomotive has built-in, completely newly developed remote-controlled Telex couplers front and rear. The locomotive has factory-installed claw couplers that can be replaced by 2 prototype couplers included with the model. Minimum radius for operation 1,020 mm / 40-3/16". Length over the buffers 35 cm / 13-3/4".

  Control
Unit
Mobile
Station
Mobile
Station 2
Central
Station
Headlight(s) X X X X
Pantograph control X X X X
Electric locomotive op. sounds X X X X
Locomotive whistle X X X X
Interior lights X X X X
Telex coupler (front)   X X X
Front headlights off   X X X
Telex coupler (rear)   X X X
Rear headlights off     X X
Sound of squealing brakes off     X X
Direct control     X X
Bell     X X
Light(s) for Oncoming Train     X X
Letting off air     X X
Operating sounds     X X
Whistle for switching maneuver     X X

Highlights:

  • Completely new tooling constructed of metal.

  • Highly detailed model with many separately applied parts.

  • Small electric DRB lanterns like the prototype.

  • Pantograph servomotorisch angetrieben (realistisch heb- und senkbar)

  • Pantograph powered by a servomotor (can be raised and lowered).

  • Newly developed remote-controlled Telex coupler front and rear.

  • High-tension cable leading into the cab.

  • Exactly detailed cab with interior details.

  • Steps constructed of textured sheet metal.

  • Cooling lines reproduced on all sides of the locomotive.

  • No rain gutter above the door.

  • Prototypical clamping shoes.

  • Upper marker light at each end that can be controlled separately.

  • Access hatches on the motor hood.

  • Propulsion prototypically by means of a jackshaft.

One-time series.

The DRG E 60 Electric Locomotive "Clean locomotives for switching work at electrified stations" was the DRG's slogan in the Mid-Twenties in Bavaria. It ordered two electric locomotives in 1926 especially for the extended track layouts of the Munich stations in order to be able to use this smoke-free method of operation in switching work too. The DRG stipulated the use of as many components of the newly purchased E 52 and E 91 as possible in the interests of standardized spare parts inventory. The Winterthur diagonal rod drive with a jackshaft and three coupled wheel sets came from the E 91. The drive performance was provided by a double motor that was also used on the E 52 or E 91. Originally, the locomotives had a special design pantograph with two widely spaced contact strips to better bridge separation points in the catenary. The first two units were placed into service in 1927 as E 60 01 and 02. Several small run series followed by June of 1934, the E 60 03-14, which were also used in part at other Bavarian stations. In addition to switching work, the E 60 was also planned for local freight trains and transfer work. Its characteristic design with the two hoods, the rear one being long and the front one relatively short, quickly generated its nickname "Flat Iron". After the annexation of Austria, several units went starting in 1938 to the "Annexation Area" to Innsbruck, Kufstein, and Wörgl. All of the E 60 locomotives survived the war without extensive damage and the units still in Austria came back to Bavarian as part of a locomotive swap in 1945/46. In 1957/58, the DB had the locomotives fundamentally overhauled and updated. They thus were equipped with switching platforms above the buffers, additional windows, and new wiring. By 1964 the E 60 units (from 1968 on: 160) were only running again in Bavaria. Then came Heidelberg as a new home base. The first units to be retired were in 1977 and with the storage of road number 160 012 in June of 1983 switching service with electric locomotives on the DB also ended. Road numbers 160 009, 010, and 012 remain preserved as museum locomotives.

One-time series, only in 2015.

Top


55387  -- 
DB class 38.10-40 Steam Locomotive with Tender

Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) class 38.10-40 steam locomotive with a tender, with Witte smoke deflectors and 2 boiler attachments. Former Prussian P8.

Model: The locomotive has a frame, superstructure, tender, and applied parts constructed mostly of metal. This is a highly detailed model with many separately applied parts and a detailed engineer's cab. The locomotive has an mfx digital decoder, controlled high efficiency propulsion, and a sound generator with operating sounds synchronized with the wheels as well as extensive sound functions. It can be operated with AC power, DC power, Märklin Digital, or DCC. 3 axles powered. The locomotive has a built-in smoke unit with smoke exhaust and cylinder steam synchronized with the wheels. The triple headlights on the locomotive and the tender have a light color correct for the era and change over with the direction of travel. The headlights and the smoke generator will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. The lighting is maintenance-free, warm white LEDs. The locomotive has engine cab and firebox lights. The locomotive has a reproduction of the prototype coupler on the front and on the rear of the tender. An accessory package with a reproduction of the prototype coupler, a claw coupler, a figure of a locomotive engineer and a fireman, and smoke fluid is included with the locomotive. Minimum radius for operation 1,020 mm / 40-3/16". Length over the buffers 64.5 cm / 25-3/8".

  Control
Unit
Mobile
Station
Mobile
Station 2
Central
Station
Headlight(s) X X X X
Smoke generator X X X X
Steam locomotive op. sounds X X X X
Locomotive whistle X X X X
Direct control X X X X
Engineer's cab lighting   X X X
Sound of coal being shoveled   X X X
Bell   X X X
Whistle for switching maneuver     X X
Sound of squealing brakes off     X X
Letting off steam     X X
Running gear lights     X X
Water pump     X X
Generator sounds     X X
Injectors     X X
Grate Shaken     X X

Highlights:

  • Completely new tooling for the tub-style tender.

  • Highly detailed metal construction.

  • A smoke generator with smoke exhaust and cylinder steam synchronized with the wheels included.

  • Operating sounds synchronized with the wheels and controlled by the load.

  • Smoke box door with many original details, can be opened.

  • Headlights with a light color correct for the era and warm white LEDs.

  • Two-color flickering firebox light.

  • Hinged water tank hatch, can be opened from the cab like the prototype.

  • Randomly controlled steam ejection from the safety pressure valve.

  • Headlights include light color correct for the era and warm white LEDs.

  • Running gear lights and engine cab lighting included.

  • mfx decoder for operation with AC power, DC power, Märklin Digital, and DCC.

  • About 7.5 kilograms / 16-1/2 pounds weight (locomotive 4.6 kilograms / 10 pounds); length of the tub-style tender 28.9 cm / 11-3/8".

 

Top


55388  -- 
DB class 038.10-40 Steam Locomotive with Tender

Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) class 038.10-40 steam locomotive with a tub-style tender, with Witte smoke deflectors and 3 boiler attachments (feed dome, sand dome, steam dome). Former Prussian P8.

Model: The locomotive has a frame, superstructure, tender, and applied parts constructed mostly of metal. This is a highly detailed model with many separately applied parts and a detailed engineer's cab. The buffers have replicas of the warning stripes. The locomotive has an mfx digital decoder, controlled high efficiency propulsion, and a sound generator with operating sounds synchronized with the wheels as well as extensive sound functions. It can be operated with AC power, DC power, Märklin Digital, or DCC. 3 axles powered. The locomotive has a built-in smoke unit with smoke exhaust and cylinder steam synchronized with the wheels. The triple headlights on the locomotive and the tender have a light color correct for the era and change over with the direction of travel. The headlights and the smoke generator will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. The lighting is maintenance-free, warm white LEDs. The locomotive has engine cab, firebox lights, and running gear lights. The locomotive has a reproduction of the prototype coupler on the front and a claw coupler on the rear of the tender. An accessory package with a reproduction of the prototype coupler, a claw coupler, a figure of a locomotive engineer and a fireman, and smoke fluid is included with the locomotive. Minimum radius for operation 1,020 mm / 40-3/16". Length over the buffers 64.5 cm / 25-3/8".

  Control
Unit
Mobile
Station
Mobile
Station 2
Central
Station
Headlight(s) X X X X
Smoke generator X X X X
Steam locomotive op. sounds X X X X
Locomotive whistle X X X X
Direct control X X X X
Engineer's cab lighting   X X X
Sound of coal being shoveled   X X X
Bell   X X X
Whistle for switching maneuver     X X
Sound of squealing brakes off     X X
Letting off steam     X X
Running gear lights     X X
Water pump     X X
Generator sounds     X X
Injectors     X X
Grate Shaken     X X

Highlights:

  • Completely new tooling for the tub-style tender.

  • Highly detailed metal construction.

  • A smoke generator with smoke exhaust and cylinder steam synchronized with the wheels included.

  • Operating sounds synchronized with the wheels and controlled by the load.

  • Smoke box door with many original details, can be opened.

  • Headlights with a light color correct for the era and warm white LEDs.

  • Two-color flickering firebox light.

  • Hinged water tank hatch, can be opened from the cab like the prototype.

  • Randomly controlled steam ejection from the safety pressure valve.

  • Headlights include light color correct for the era and warm white LEDs.

  • Running gear lights and engine cab lighting included.

  • mfx decoder for operation with AC power, DC power, Märklin Digital, and DCC.

  • About 7.5 kilograms / 16-1/2 pounds weight (locomotive 4.6 kilograms / 10 pounds); length of the tub-style tender 28.9 cm / 11-3/8".

 

Top


58835  -- 
DR type Gl(Glw) boxcar

Prototype: Type Gl (Glw) boxcar in the German State Railroad (DR) Association Design. Painted and lettered for Era IVa.

Model: The type Gl 11 car is completely new tooling and is very finely constructed of plastic with very many separately applied details. This is the version with end reinforcements, air brakes, and without a hand brake. The doors on the model can be opened and the model has sprung buffers. The car comes with the system couplers mounted, prototype reproduction couplers, and brake hoses for installation on the car. Minimum radius for operation is 1,020 mm / 40-3/16". Length over the buffers 37.9 cm / 14-15/16".
Highlights:

  • Finely executed new tooling.

  • Doors that can be opened.

  • Prototype couplers included.

 

Top


58836  -- 
DR type Gbkl boxcar

Prototype: German State Railroad (DR) type Gbkl boxcar. Painted and lettered for Era IVa, for the transport of tetraethyl lead.

Model: The type Gbkl car is completely new tooling and is very finely constructed of plastic with very many separately applied details. This is the version with end reinforcements, air brakes, and without a hand brake. The car has separately applied warning signs. The doors on the model can be opened and the model has sprung buffers. The car comes with the system couplers mounted and prototype reproduction couplers and brake hoses for installation on the car are included. Minimum radius for operation is 1,020 mm / 40-3/16". Length over the buffers 37.9 cm / 14-15/16".
Highlights:

  • Finely executed new tooling.

  • Doors that can be opened.

  • Prototype couplers included.

 

Top


58848  -- 
DR type Klms 3430 Low Side Car

Prototype: German State Railroad (DR) type Klms 3430 low side car.

Model: This car type is completely new tooling very finely constructed of plastic with very many separately applied details. This is the version without a brakeman's platform, with wooden sides, without stake slots. The car comes with the system couplers mounted, prototype reproduction couplers, and brake hoses for installation on the cars. Minimum radius for operation 1,020 mm / 40-3/16". Length over the buffers 37.5 cm / 14-3/4".
Highlights:

  • Finely executed completely new tooling.

  • Prototype couplers also included.

 

Top

Minitrix "N"


T11139  --  Passenger Starter Set with Controller

Prototype: German State Railroad (DR) passenger train: German State Railroad class 132 diesel locomotive. C-C wheel arrangement. 3 different express train passenger cars.

Model: The locomotive has a 14-pin digital interface connector and a 5-pole motor. 4 axles powered. Traction tires. The headlights change over with the direction of travel. The cars have a close coupler mechanism. Total train length 585 mm / 23". Oval of track 94 x 44 cm / 38" x 18", station set with two curved turnouts and a passing siding as well as a switching set with a siding with an uncoupler track. A locomotive controller, switched mode power pack, and connection hardware are included.

One-time series.

This set can be expanded with the 14301 large track extension set and with the entire Minitrix track program. 14934/14935 electric mechanisms can be installed in all of the turnouts. The 66616 LED lighting kit can be installed in the passenger cars.

 


T16383  --  DB cl 38.10-40 Steam Locomotive w/Tender

Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) class 38.10-40 passenger locomotive. Former Prussian P 8. Boiler with 3 domes and Witte smoke deflectors. Type 2´2´T 30 tub-style tender.

Model: The locomotive and tender are constructed mostly of die-cast metal. The locomotive has a motor with a bell-shaped armature and a flywheel, mounted in the boiler. It also has a built-in digital decoder and a sound generator with the formats DCC, Selectrix, and Selectrix 2. The locomotive and tender are close coupled. 3 axles powered. Traction tires. The locomotive has triple headlights with warm white LEDs. Length over the buffers 114 mm / 4-1/2".

Highlights: Tooling variations.

One-time series.

For almost 100 years, the railroad fans in Germany and Europe have generally considered the Prussian P8 to be one of the most beautiful locomotives. Over 3,800 units were built from 1906 to 1928 for the Royal Prussian Railroad Administration (K.P.E.V.), for other provincial railroads, for foreign railroads, and for the German State Railroad (DRG). After 1945 over 300 locomotives were still in use in Germany. The last units worked in regional service well into Seventies. Around 20 locomotives have survived in operational condition down to the present, spread almost all over Europe.


T16956  --  MRCE TXLogistik Electric Locomotive

Prototype: Mitsui Rail Capital Europe (MRCE) multiple-system electric locomotive road number 91 80 6182 560-3 leased to TX Logistik (TXL). Built starting in 2000.

Model: The locomotive has a 14-pin digital interface connector. It also has a 5-pole motor with a flywheel. 4 axles powered. Traction tires. The locomotive has warm white LED headlights and marker lights that change over with the direction of travel. They can be turned off by means of a bridge plug. The locomotive has a close coupler mechanism. Cab lighting can be installed in the locomotive and activated with the 66840 decoder. Length over the buffers 122 mm / 4-13/16".

Highlights: Headlights can be turned off. Specially designed master packaging. Certificate of authenticity.

Limited, one-time series.

Road Number 182 560 in a Special Paint Scheme for “25 Years of German Reunification” In the summer of 2000, the ÖBB refused permission in general for the DB class 152 to operate on the former‘s rails. The DB AG reacted very quickly and ordered 25 two-system locomotives from Siemens that were extensively similar in design to the ÖBB class 1116 “Taurus” (Bull). The German dual-system locomotives can be considered as a further development of the class 152. Delivery of the new DB class 182 began in July of 2001 and was completed as early as December of 2001. Its main electrical components, the single wheel set control with four pulse converters, the three four-quadrant controllers switched in parallel for the two DC intermediate circuits, as well as the control and operation are very similar to the class 152. Essential differences are in the shape of the locomotive ends and in the design of the trucks. The striking rounded end shape with the fiberglass hood made of plastic provides an aerodynamic look. The new truck is designed for high speeds and was used for the first time on the Spanish Euro Sprinter. Its core piece is the so-called high-efficiency propulsion with separated brake shaft (HAB) that in principle corresponds to a hollow shaft propulsion with rubber cardan joints. In the Siemens nomenclature, the dual-system locomotives are known as the “ES 64 U2”. These units are in use on not just the DB and the ÖBB, but also on different “state” and private transport firms. A considerable number of them consist of leased locomotives, a number of which are used by MRCE Dispolok GmbH (formerly Siemens Dispolok). Most of them have been painted in an inconspicuous black scheme. In April of 2015 ES 64 U2-060 (road number 182 560) was selected from this pool to mark “25 Years of German Reunification” with attractive adhesive film. Their ends are adorned with the striking slogan of the Leipzig Monday Demonstrations “Wir sind ein Volk” / “We are one people”. In addition, one side of the locomotive celebrates “25 Jahre Deutsche Wiedervereinigung” / “25 Years of German Reunification” while the other side marks the “Tag des Mauerfalls” / “The Day the Wall Fell” in Berlin. The MRCE locomotive is used by TX Logistik.

In cooperation with Loc & More (http://www.locandmore.eu).

Trix H0


T22239  --  DRG P10 Steam Passenger Locomotive w/Tender

Prototype: German State Railroad Company (DRG) version of the Prussian class P10 steam passenger locomotive. Version without smoke deflectors and with a Prussian type 2Ž2ŽT 31,5 tender without additional coal bunker boards.

Model: The locomotive has a digital decoder with extensive sound functions. It also has controlled high-efficiency propulsion with a flywheel, mounted in the boiler. 4 axles powered. Traction tires. The locomotive and tender are constructed mostly of metal. The 72270 smoke unit can be installed in the locomotive. The dual headlights change over with the direction of travel. They and the smoke unit that can be installed in the locomotive will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. Maintenance-free warm white LEDs are used for the lighting. There is an adjustable close coupling with a guide mechanism between the locomotive and tender for different radius curves. There is a close coupler with an NEM pocket and guide mechanism on the rear of the tender. Protective sleeves for the piston rods are included as detail parts. Length over the buffers 26.3 cm / 10-3/8".

  Control
Unit
Mobile
Station
Mobile
Station 2
Central
Station
Headlight(s) X X X X
Smoke generator contact X X X X
Steam locomotive op. sounds X X X X
Locomotive whistle X X X X
Direct control   X X X
Air pump   X X X
Flickering Light in Fire Box   X X X
Whistle for switching maneuver   X X X
Letting off Steam     X X
Sound of squealing brakes off     X X
Sound of coal being shoveled     X X
Grate Shaken     X X

Highlights:

  • New road number 2814

This model can be found in an AC version in the Märklin H0 assortment under item number 37937.
 

One-time series, only in 2015.

Top

T22905  --  DR/DDR Steam Express Locomotive w/Coal Tender (25 Anniv. German Reunification)

Prototype: Class 01.5 steam express locomotive with a coal tender. GDR German State Railroad (DR/GDR) "Reko" version. Includes Boxpok wheels, type 2´2´T34 standard design coal tender, special design Witte smoke deflectors for the class 01.5, continuous dome streamlining, inductive magnet on one side, and buffer plate warning stripes. Road number 01 512. The locomotive looks as it did around 1967.

Model: The locomotive has a digital decoder and extensive sound functions. It also has controlled high-efficiency propulsion with a flywheel, mounted in the boiler. 3 axles powered. Traction tires. The locomotive and tender are constructed mostly of metal. The 7226 smoke unit can be installed in the locomotive. The triple headlights change over with the direction of travel. They and the smoke unit that can be installed in the locomotive will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. The cab lights can also be controlled digitally. Maintenance-free warm white LEDs are used for the lighting. There is a close coupling with a guide mechanism between the locomotive and tender. There is a close coupler with an NEM pocket on the tender. The minimum radius for operation is 360 mm / 14-3/16". Protective sleeves for the piston rods and brake hoses are included as detail parts. Length over the buffers 28.2 cm / 11-1/8".


Highlights: Completely new tooling. Especially finely detailed metal construction. Striking Boxpok wheels and continuous dome streamlining. Partially open bar frame and many separately applied details. Digital decoder and extensive operational and sound functions included.

The class 01.5 steam express locomotive is being issued in a one-time series for the 25th anniversary of the reunification of Germany.

The Interzone express train passenger car set to go with the class 01.5 steam locomotive can be found in the Märklin H0 assortment under item number 42912.

This model can be found in an AC version in the Märklin H0 assortment under item number 39205.

 

Top

T22906  --  DR/DDR Steam Express Locomotive w/Oil Tender (25 Anniv. German Reunification)

Prototype: Class 01.5 steam express locomotive with an oil tender for oil firing. GDR German State Railroad (DR/GDR) "Reko" version. Includes spoked wheels, type 2´2´T34 (Oil) standard design tender, special design Witte smoke deflectors for the class 01.5, continuous dome streamlining, no inductive magnet, and decorative striping. Road number 01 0505-6. The locomotive looks as it did around 1975/76.

Model: The locomotive has a digital decoder and extensive sound functions. It also has controlled high-efficiency propulsion with a flywheel, mounted in the boiler. 3 axles powered. Traction tires. The locomotive and tender are constructed mostly of metal. The 7226 smoke unit can be installed in the locomotive. The triple headlights change over with the direction of travel. They and the smoke unit that can be installed in the locomotive will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. The cab lights can also be controlled digitally. Maintenance-free warm white LEDs are used for the lighting. There is a close coupling with a guide mechanism between the locomotive and tender. There is a close coupler with an NEM pocket on the tender. The minimum radius for operation is 360 mm / 14-3/16". Protective sleeves for the piston rods and brake hoses are included as detail parts. Length over the buffers 28.2 cm / 11-1/8".

Highlights: Completely new tooling. Especially finely detailed metal construction. Decorative striping on the buffer supports and running boards. Continuous dome streamlining. Partially open bar frame and many separately applied details. Digital decoder and extensive operational and sound functions included.

The class 01.5 steam express locomotive is being issued in a one-time series for the 25th anniversary of the reunification of Germany.

The Interzone express train passenger car set to go with the class 01.5 steam locomotive can be found in the Märklin H0 assortment under item number 42912.

This model can be found in an AC version in the Märklin H0 assortment under item number 39206.

 

Top

T22346  --  MRCE TXLogistik Electric Locomotive

Prototype: Mitsui Rail Capital Europe (MRCE) multiple-system electric locomotive road number 91 80 6182 560-3, leased to TX Logistik (TXL). Built starting in 2000.

Model: The locomotive has an mfx digital decoder and extensive sound functions. It also has controlled high-efficiency propulsion. 4 axles powered. Traction tires. The locomotive has triple headlights and dual red marker lights that change over with the direction of travel. They will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. Maintenance-free warm white and red LEDs are used for the lighting. The engineer's cabs have interior details. The locomotive has separately applied metal grab irons. Length over the buffers 22.5 cm / 8-7/8".

Highlights: Specially designed packaging. Both locomotive sides imprinted differently. Certificate of authenticity.

Limited, one-time series.

Road Number 182 560 in a Special Paint Scheme for “25 Years of German Reunification” In the summer of 2000, the ÖBB refused permission in general for the DB class 152 to operate on the former‘s rails. The DB AG reacted very quickly and ordered 25 two-system locomotives from Siemens that were extensively similar in design to the ÖBB class 1116 “Taurus” (Bull). The German dual-system locomotives can be considered as a further development of the class 152. Delivery of the new DB class 182 began in July of 2001 and was completed as early as December of 2001. Its main electrical components, the single wheel set control with four pulse converters, the three four-quadrant controllers switched in parallel for the two DC intermediate circuits, as well as the control and operation are very similar to the class 152. Essential differences are in the shape of the locomotive ends and in the design of the trucks. The striking rounded end shape with the fiberglass hood made of plastic provides an aerodynamic look. The new truck is designed for high speeds and was used for the first time on the Spanish Euro Sprinter. Its core piece is the so-called high-efficiency propulsion with separated brake shaft (HAB) that in principle corresponds to a hollow shaft propulsion with rubber cardan joints. In the Siemens nomenclature, the dual-system locomotives are known as the “ES 64 U2”. These units are in use on not just the DB and the ÖBB, but also on different “state” and private transport firms. A considerable number of them consist of leased locomotives, a number of which are used by MRCE Dispolok GmbH (formerly Siemens Dispolok). Most of them have been painted in an inconspicuous black scheme. In April of 2015 ES 64 U2-060 (road number 182 560) was selected from this pool to mark “25 Years of German Reunification” with attractive adhesive film. Their ends are adorned with the striking slogan of the Leipzig Monday Demonstrations “Wir sind ein Volk” / “We are one people”. In addition, one side of the locomotive celebrates “25 Jahre Deutsche Wiedervereinigung” / “25 Years of German Reunification” while the other side marks the “Tag des Mauerfalls” / “The Day the Wall Fell” in Berlin. The MRCE locomotive is used by TX Logistik.

In cooperation with Loc & More (http://www.locandmore.eu).

 

Top


T23490 --  Entertainment Car

New 5-Year warranty for all Marklin MHI items!

Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) type WGmh 824 entertainment car. Paint scheme in ocean blue / ivory. The car looks as it did in the summer of 1985.

Model: The car has a digital decoder. The sound functions come via a microSD card. The car has factory-installed interior lighting that can be controlled digitally. The bar lighting can be controlled digitally. Warm white LEDs are used for the interior lighting and the bar lighting. The light console and the strobe can be controlled separately in digital operation. Different color LEDs are used for the light console. Cold white LEDs are used for the strobe. The speed of the light changes can be controlled with the rotary controller. When the forward direction is selected, the beat depends on the music. When the reverse direction is selected, the beat is independent of the music. An 8 GB microSD card with two license-free songs and five sounds is built into the car. The music and the sounds can be played by means of the function buttons. Two 2.5 to 3 watt speakers provide optimal sound quality. The volume can be changed. The music and the sounds can be swapped out or added to according to your own ideas. The microSD card on the car floor is removed to do this. A conversion program is already stored on the microSD card. A card reader is not included with the car. The car has operating current-conducting couplers that can be controlled digitally. Please pay attention to the instructions for the car. A 9-part set of figures from the firm Preiser is included. Length over the buffers approximately 28.2 cm / 11-1/8".

Highlights:

  • Digital decoder.

  • 8 GB microSD card.

  • The music and sounds can be swapped out or added to as you desire.

  • Adjustable volume.

  • Light console.

  • Strobe lights.

  • Interior lighting.

  • 9-part set of figures from Preiser.

One-time series.

In 1976 the German Federal Railroad placed the prototype (car number 51 80 89-80 600-5) of a new, comfortable generation of entertainment cars into service. These type WGmh 824 cars were planned to set new standards for the highest level of comfort in relation to adventure trips, rolling conferences, or excursion trips. At one end of the car was two compartments for train officials as well as a toilet, at the other end a galley with an adjoining bar. One of the two compartments for train officials served as a technology space with music equipment and control of the lighting installation. Approximately two thirds of the car was planned as entertainment space and could be used as a dining room, conference room, or dance area. Only one small seating corner was permanently installed at one end of this space. Otherwise, the interior could be arranged to meet the requirements of the occasion. Themes from cities in Lower Saxony decorated the side walls of the entertainment space. The bulkhead walls by contrast had an intertwined pattern in different colors. The car ran on Minden-Deutz type 36 trucks and was rated for 160 km/h / 100 mph. Its underframe was built in the customary manner with a frame, cross members, and plates constructed of steel. Its car body was a welded design with side walls, end walls, and roof plates. However, cross bracing had to be installed to accommodate extreme variations in the load under certain circumstances (such as during dance events) in the entertainment area. Right from the time it was placed into service, the entertainment car ran in the DB standard paint scheme of ocean blue / ivory that was current at that time.


The figures included with this car may have to be altered in size due to technical circumstances. This model can be found in a AC version in the Marklin H0 assortment under item no. 43868.

 

Top

T24246  --  KLV Flat 4-Car Set

Prototype: 4 four-axle KLV type Sgns 121 flat cars in a light gray basic paint scheme. Privately owned cars of AAE Cargo AG, leased to Hector Rail AB, SE-Danderyd. The cars have ExTe SR12 wooden load frames, support beams, and end wall grills, for transporting logs. The cars look as they did in 2014.

Model: The cars have type Y 25 welded trucks. The car floors are partially open and constructed of metal. They have striking fish belly side sills. Each flat car can be equipped with 6 ExTe SR12 stakes, 3 support beams, and 1 end wall grill. Two cars can be arranged as a pair so that the end wall grills are at the outer car ends. The ExTe stakes, support beams, and end wall grills are included for attaching to the cars. All of the cars have different car numbers and are each individually packaged. There is also a master package. Total length over the buffers 91.5 cm / 36". AC wheel set per car 4 x 700150.

Highlights: ExTe stakes, support beams, and end wall grills are new, especially for wood transport. New car numbers.

One-time series.

A KLV flat car set with other different car numbers can be found in an AC version in the Märklin H0 assortment under item number 47085.
 

 

Top

Trix H0 Track & Accessories


T62315  --  Curved Track


 

Model: = 515 mm / 20-1/4" / 15°. Removable roadbed slopes. This track section is required on both branches of the 62771 and 62772 wide radius curved turnouts.

Highlights: Click and Play: Reliable, indestructible plug connection. Perfect in form and appearance: Roadbed, ties, and tie plates. Code 83: Rail profile 2.1 mm / 83/100" high. Universal: For locomotives and cars adhering to NEM and RP 25. View: Air gap between the rail web and the roadbed between the ties. Geometry: Track combinations without having to make up pieces. Modular: The roadbed always fits – no processing required. On the underside: Protected plug contacts instead of damage-prone rail joiners.

 

Top


T62771 / T62772  --  R3/R4 High-Speed Curved Turnout (Left / Right)

Model: R3 = 515 mm / 20-1/4" / 30°. Outer curve: 30° with a parallel curve spacing of 64 mm / 2-1/16". Hand lever included. Two (2) each 62315 track are required on the inner and outer curve of the turnout. A roadbed piece to fit here is included. The frog is metal and can be polarized. The 74491 electric turnout mechanism, the 74461 digital decoder, and the 74470 turnout lanterns can be installed on this turnout.
 

 

Top


T66841 --  Locomotive Decoder for 6-Pin NEM Interface Connector

Model: 31 speed levels. 111 addresses. Braking operation with braking diodes. In DCC operation: Manual speed level selection 14/28 levels. Automatic switching to 128 speed levels. Addresses can be short up to 127 and long up to 9999. Braking operation with DC voltage and "broadcast mode" braking generators (when analog recognition is turned off). Dimensions approximately 14 mm x 9 mm x 2.5 mm / 1/2" x 3/8" x 1/8".

 

Top


T66846  -- 
Reverse Loop Module

Model: is is for easy switching of reverse loops in the DCC and Selectrix systems. No magnet switches are required. This can also be used for PC operation. Polarity switching can be done by means of short circuit recognition or sensor tracks (current sensor). Designed for Minitrix and Trix H0.
 

 

Top

LGB


L26842  --  SOEG Steam Locomotive (Anniversary model - 399 pieces)

 

Top


L28440  --  Dgtl RhB cl Ge 4/4 II Electric Locomotive


 

 

Top


L30320  --  SOEG Baggage Car

 

Top


L39666  --  MOB Golden Pass Panorama 2-Car Set


 

 

Top


L39667  --  MOB Golden Pass Panorama 2-Car Set


 

 

Top


L43232  --  DRG "Koln" Design Tank Car


 

 

Top


L43233  --  DRG Type Xt Low Side Car


 

 

Top


L43234  --  DRG Type G Boxcar

 

 

Top

 

Specifications subject to change without notice.
Not responsible for typographical errors.


|| Return to the Home Page ||