TRIX 22225 DRG Br42 EpII. DCC Digital Sound. HO Pre-order
New model 2nd Quarter 2018
TRIX 22229 ÖBB Rh42 Steam Locomotive EpIII. HO Pre-order
New model 4th Quarter 2018
TRIX 22279 BLS Br187 Electric locomotive with Last mile Diesel EpVI DCC Digital Sound. HO In Stock
Prototype: BLS TRAXX3 Class Br187. Version with imitation flex panels on the sides of the locomotive. Design differences due to the Last Mile equipment are modelled on the locomotive..
Model: Completely new tooling for the modern Bombardier TRAXX 3 electric locomotive. This electric locomotive is constructed of metal and has an mfx/DCC digital decoder and extensive sound functions. It has a special motor, centrally mounted. 4 axles powered by means of cardan shafts. Traction tires. The locomotive has triple headlights and dual red marker lights that will work in conventional operation and that can be controlled digitally. The headlights at Locomotive End 2 and 1 can be turned off separately in digital operation. When the headlights at both ends are turned off, then the "Double 'A' Light" function is on at both ends. Warm white and red LEDs are used for the lighting. There are 4 mechanically working pantographs (no power pickup from catenary). Prototypical modelling of the Last Mile equipment. Length over the buffers 21.7 cm / 8-1/2".
New model 2018
TRIX 22324 DB Br24 EpIII. DCC Digital Sound. HO Pre-order
Durable Hobby model with full sound and a smoke generator fitted
Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) class 24 steam passenger locomotive with a tender. Standard design locomotive with Wagner smoke deflectors. Locomotive road number 24 044. The locomotive looks as it did around 1957.
Model: The locomotive has an DCC mfx digital decoder and extensive sound functions. It also has a special motor in the boiler. 3 axles powered. Traction tires. The boiler is constructed of metal. The locomotive has a factory-in- stalled 72270 smoke unit. The triple headlights change over with the direction of travel. They and the built-in smoke unit will work in conventional operation and can 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 the tender. There is a close coupler with an NEM pocket and a guide mechanism on the rear of the tender. There is a close coupler in an NEM pocket on the front of the locomotive. Length over the buffers 19.4 cm / 7-5/8“.
New model 3rd Quarter 2018 - Available to order
TRIX 22345 ÖBB Rh42 Steam Locomotive EpIII. DCC Digital Sound. HO Pre-order
New model 4th Quarter 2018
TRIX 22574 SNCF CC40100 Electric locomotive EpIV DCC Digital Sound. HO In Stock
Prototype: French State Railways (SNCF) class CC 40100 express locomotive. Four-system locomotive for all of France, the Benelux countries, and Germany. Road number CC 40109. Used in international TEE service. The locomotive looks as it did around 1974.
Model: The locomotive has a digital decoder and extensive sound functions. It also has high-efficiency propulsion with a flywheel, centrally mounted. 4 axles powered through cardan shafts. Traction tires. 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. Warm white and red LEDs are used for the lighting. The locomotive has separately applied metal grab irons. It also has separately applied steps. The roof equipment is detailed, and the locomotive has different pantographs. The engineer's cabs have interior details; the front one has a figure of a locomotive engineer. Equipment parts are included that can be attached to the buffer beams. Length over the buffers 25.3 cm / 9-15/16".
New model 2018
TRIX 22790 SNCF TGV Duplex V150 Ep6. DCC Digital Sound. HO Pre Order
Prototype: French State Railways (SNCF) TGV Duplex V 150 (train à grande vitesse) high-speed train, in the version for service and composition as a 5-part powered rail car train for the world record run on April 3, 2007. 1 powered end car (TK2), 1 transition car (R8), 1 intermediate car (R4), 1 transition car (R1), 1 powered end car (TK1). Double anti-roll shock absorbers on the trucks, powered end car TK2 without a pantograph on the roof, altered cab windows, and a one-piece hood. Only powered end car TK1 equipped with a pantograph. Powered rail car train road number 4402. The train looks as it did in 2007.
Model: Both end cars (TK1 and TK2) are powered. The train has a digital decoder and extensive sound functions. It has controlled, high-efficiency propulsion with a flywheel in both powered end cars, centrally mounted. 4 axles powered through cardan shafts in each end car. Traction tires. The train has factory-installed interior lighting. The triple headlights and dual red marker lights change over with the direction of travel. They and the interior lighting will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. The third headlight for the French headlight code can be turned off separately in digital operation (light function). Maintenance-free, warm white and red LEDs are used for the lighting. The cabs in the powered end cars have interior details. The train has separately applied metal grab irons. A powered end car and a transition car are permanently coupled together in pairs and have special close couplings with a guide mechanism. There is an additional guide mechanism in the Jakobs truck. The end cars have a pickup shoe changeover feature so that the pickup shoe at the front of the train is the one picking up power. The interior lighting is powered through a continuous electrical connection through the entire train. Powered end car TK2 prototypically has a pantograph removed. Only powered end car TK1 has a pantograph. The pantographs work mechanically but are not wired to take power. The train is a scale reproduction. The minimum radius for operation is therefore 360 mm / 14-3/16“, when there is sufficient clearance on both sides. The TGV Duplex V 150 high-speed train comes with a consecutively numbered certificate of authenticity. Length of the 5-part powered rail car train approximately 125 cm / 49-1/4”.
• Powered rail car train includes prototypical tooling changes for the world record run on April 3, 2007.
• Factory-installed LED interior lighting.
• Digital decoder and extensive operation and sound functions included.
• Both end cars powered.
• TGV Duplex V 150 limited worldwide to 999 powered rail car trains.
• Consecutively numbered certificate of authenticity included. One-time edition limited worldwide to 999 powered rail car trains.
New model 2018 4th Quarter 2018
TRIX 22843 SBB Re4/4II "50 Years LGB" Ep6. DCC Digital Sound. HO Pre-order
The real locomotive will carry this scheme throughout 2018
New model 2nd Quarter 2018
TRIX 22946 DB Br45 EpIII. DCC Digital Sound. HO Pre-order
Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) class 45 heavy freight steam locomotive. Version with an older design boiler and a type 2 ́3 T38 tender. Wagner smoke deflectors. Silver-colored boiler bands. Locomotive road number 45 022. The locomotive looks as it did around 1952.
Model: The locomotive has a digital decoder and extensive sound functions. It also has high-efficiency propulsion with a flywheel, built into the boiler. 5 axles powered. Traction tires. The locomotive and tender are constructed mostly of metal. A 7226 smoke generator can be installed in the locomotive. The dual headlights change over with the direction of travel. They and the smoke generator that can be installed in the locomotive will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. The locomotive has cab lighting and flickering in the firebox that can 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 the tender. There is a close coupler in an NEM pocket, with a guide mechanism, on the rear of the tender. It can be controlled digitally. The locomotive has a reproduction of the internal cylinder. It also has numerous separately applied lines and grab irons. The minimum radius for operation is 360 mm / 14-3/16”. Piston rod protection sleeves and brake hoses are included. Length over the buffers 29.5 cm / 11-5/8”.
• The most powerful German steam locomotive.
• Particularly finely detailed metal construction.
• Digital decoder and a wide variety of operating and sound functions included.
New model 2nd Quarter 2018 Available to pre-order
TRIX 22966 K.Bay.Sts.B (Palatine - pfälzischen) S2/6 Steam locomotive. EpI. DCC Digital Sound. HO Pre-order
Loco as it appeared in 1910-1912 on the Palatine Western Rhine network
New model 2nd Quarter 2018
TRIX 24125 DB Klima Snowplough Type 845 EpIV HO In Stock
The plough can be displayed open or folded and the model is fitted with a work light. Wagon with NEM362 Coupler pockets
TRIX 24794 set of two CIWL Coaches with LED interior lights EpI/II HO In Stock
2 Sleeper coaches in this pack
Prototype: 2 sleeping cars lettered for Compagnie Internationale des Wagons-Lits et des Grands Express Européens (CIWL). Both cars in a brown paint scheme. Car routing from Calais via Paris – Strasbourg – Stuttgart – Munich – Salzburg – Vienna – Budapest to Bucharest. Around 1921.
Model: The models have fine construction with many separately applied details. The cars have different car numbers. The cars have extended diaphragms. Both cars have factory-installed LED interior lighting. Each individual car has current pickup. Total length over the buffers 48.5 cm / 19-1/8". Highlights: Built-in LED interior lighting.
One-time series. Made to order at Trix - Sold out at the factory - Available at A & H
Today an image full of mystique, magic, longing, and wanderlust is associated with the famous name "Orient Express", because over the course of many years, a legend formed from the train of diplomats, adventurers, agents, profiteers, “femmes fatales” as well as crowned and uncrowned heads of state. It played a main role in countless books, spy histories, and films. It had its beginning with the grandiose idea of Georges Nagelmackers to introduce deluxe sleeping car trains on the European continent. He founded his "Compagnie Internationale des Wagons-Lits" (CIWL) on December 4, 1876 in Brussels and the company is still in existence today. With the growing rail network in the direction of the Balkans Nagelmackers developed plans for a train assembled entirely from CIWL cars from the Channel harbors to the Balkan States and the end destination of Constantinople (the present day Istanbul) that at the time could still not be reached by rail. The legend finally began on June 5, 1883 in Paris with the first "Express d'Orient". Just a dining car, two sleeping cars, and two baggage cars made up the first "Orient Express" that started to write transportation history on that memorable afternoon in the Gare de l´Est station. Yet, the trip to the Balkans was still quite exhausting because passengers had to do part of the route by boat or postal coach. The Orient Express did not reach its end destination of Constantinople until August 12, 1888 via Budapest, Belgrade, and Sofia, and this deluxe train quickly developed into a total success. With the start of World War I, the deluxe train had to be halted. After the end of the war, a so-called "Train deluxe militaire" for the victorious powers initially ran starting in February of 1919 with CIWL cars between Western and Eastern Europe, but bypassing Germany. It was not until 1920 that normal passengers could also use it and the route ran again via Strasbourg, Karlsruhe, Stuttgart, and Munich. Finally, with the start of the 1921 summer schedule, the train was running again with its traditional name and its route was lengthened from Vienna via Bratislava and Budapest to Bucharest. The motive power on the Baden part of the Orient Express' route was the Baden class "IV h" Pacific express locomotives that had been delivered in three production runs by Maffei from 1918 to 1920 for a total of 20 units. Originally planned for heavy express train service primarily on the Rhine Valley line Basle – Mannheim these elegant, modern 4-6-2 units also pulled the Orient Express. With their four-cylinder compound running gear with tandem slide valves and the almost unique large grate of 5 square meters / 7,750 square inches in conjunction with their good counterbalance weight they advanced to the position of first-rate, fast long-distance runners. Between January of 1923 and November 29, 1924, the Orient Express could no longer run through Germany due to the occupation of the Ruhr area and had to detour to the Arlberg route. After that the IV h with its attractive outline was seen pulling this deluxe train again, from 1925 on as the DRG class 18.3 with road numbers 18 301-303, 18 311-319, and 18 321-328.
Compagnie Internationale des Wagons-Lits et des Grands Express Européens (CIWL) is a registered trademark of Wagons-Lits Diffusion (WLD), Paris, France. All rights reserved regarding reproduction. © Wagons-Lits Diffusion - France.
TRIX 24966 DB Henschel design, Steam powered Rotary Snowplough. DCC Sound + Smoke generator EpIII/IV HO In Stock
This snowplough would be propelled by another steam locomotive the snow plough had no drive of its own
The steam powered rotary snowplow has a digital decoder, powered rotating rotary snowplow wheel, and auxiliary functions. The snowplow superstructure is constructed of metal. The snowplow has separately applied handrails. There is a detailed reproduction of the rotary snowplow's front housing. The side wings and guide blade are movable. The work lights and the headlights light up and can be controlled digitally. The snowplow has a factory-installed smoke unit. The work lights, the snowplow blade wheel, and the smoke generator control will work in conventional operation.. Vehicle with NEM362 Coupler pockets
TRIX 66382 Eckartshausen-Ilshofen Station Laser Cut Kit HO In Stock
Model: Kit for "Eckartshausen-Ilshofen" Station. This is the Württemberg standard design station in sandstone construction.
This kit can be used to build other almost prototypical stations by following the instructions: Sulzdorf, Bretzfeld, Renningen. The following station signs (also for stations where this kit could serve as a basis) are included: Eckartshausen-Ilshofen, Sulzdorf, Bretzfeld, Renningen, Ditzingen, Fellbach, Willsbach, Neuenstein, Waldenburg, Wasseralfingen, Weinsberg, Lorch, and Rottenburg.
This kit consists of laser-cut, coloured architectural hard cardstock. It has the finest laser-engraved details. Extensive instructions for building the kit are included. Dimensions for the Eckartshausen-Ilshofen Station (area): 281 x 113 mm / 11-1/16" x 4-7/16".
TRIX 66602 HO Wheel Cleaning Brush HO In Stock
TRIX 66626 Special Gear grease for lubricating loco gearboxes. 13g tube In Stock
PULLMAN 36151 DB G36 Sleeper Coach type B4ü WL, 19112 EpIII. HO In Stock
N° 19112 DB red. DSG Silver roof.
Fitted with NEM Coupling pockets, close coupling mechanism and many fine detail parts.
ESU PULLMAN Edition
Super detailed models boasting correct dimensions for height, length, width and for all doors and windows. Interiors are complete, multi- coloured and are prepared for fitting interior lighting (Pick ups are installed on all 8 wheels) . Bogies have 3-point compensation for a smooth ride. Many separate parts are used for handrails, gangways and under coach equipment.
New Item 2018
TRIX / Märklin 70392 DCC/MFX Home Signal lattice mast. EpIII-V HO In Stock
rrp £79.00 Special Price £62.50
Digital Home Signal with motor drive.
Two aspects: Hp0 (Stop, Red), Hp1 (Go, Green).
Can be used with DCC systems. The mechanism may be mounted above or below the baseboard.
TRIX / Märklin 94339 DB AG Type Lgns flat car with truck swap bodies EpV HO In Stock
Unique edition for 15 years of the Märklin Insider Club - 1 wagon with different designs on each side
Model converted to NEM 2-rail DC specification for the UK with isolated wheelsets. Wagon with NEM362 Coupler pockets
MB-076 SNCF CC 7100. Original Condition EpIII. HO In Stock
New Item 2018
CC 7107 Paris SO Depot. SNCF Sud Ouest region
Original pattern lights and windscreen. Dark blue band between the chrome trim. Dark grey pantographes. Etched metal plates 331km/h included for loco and display.
World record loco - Plaques on the sides of the loco show the 331kph world record set on 28 March 1955 on the line between Facture and Morcenx
Finely constructed from over 400 parts.
3D scanning of a preserved locomotive ensures an accurate shape.
Metal Chassis and ABS body for traction and durability.
High quality Canon motor for smooth and silent running.
Drivers cabs feature full interior detail including controls, document holders and sunshades.
Highly realistic bogie structure.
Minimum radius : 420 mm (Fleischmann R2 420mm, Roco R3 419.6mm, Peco R2 438mm)
LED white and red directional lighting + cab interior lights.
NEM Close coupling mechanism.
21-pin decoder interface for easy conversion to DCC.