TRIX 22057 DB Br57.5 (ex K.Bay.Sts.B. G5/5) Steam locomotive. EpIII DCC Digital Sound. HO In Stock
Completely New model 2016
rrp £475 Autumn Special £399
Prototype: Class 57.5 (former Bavarian class G 5/5) heavy freight steam locomotive with a type 2´2 T21,8 tender. Design version from the fourth production series. German Federal Railroad (DB) black/red basic paint scheme. Road number 57 579. The locomotive looks as it did around 1949.
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. 5 axles powered. Traction tires. The locomotive and tender are constructed mostly of metal. A 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. A third light on the front of the locomotive and on the tender for on-coming trains changes over with the direction of travel and can be controlled separately in digital operation. Maintenance-free warm white LEDs are used for the lighting. There is a close coupling with a guide mechanism between the locomotive and tender. The front of the locomotive and the rear of the tender also has a close coupler with a guide mechanism and an NEM pocket. The minimum radius for operation is 360 mm / 14-3/16". Piston rod protection sleeves and brake hoses are included. Length over the buffers 23.5 cm / 9-1/4".
TRIX 22140 DB Br E41 Electric DCC Sound. EpIII. HO In Stock
Model largely constructed from cast metal.
TRIX 22864 ERS ES64 F4 Electric locomotive. "Van Gogh" EpVI. DCC Digital Sound. HO In Stock
New model 2016 Sold out at Trix - Last available at A & H
Prototype: ERS Railways Special Scheme celebrating Vincent Van Gogh.
Model: The locomotive has a digital decoder and extensive sound functions. It also has controlled high-efficiency propulsion. 4 axles powered. Traction tires. Maintenance-free warm white LEDs are used for the lighting - White, Red and High intensity lights. The locomotive is largely constructed from metal with a high traction weight.. Close couplers with a guide mechanism and an NEM pocket.
TRIX 22941 SNCF 241-A-65 (ex Est) Steam locomotive. EpIII/EpV/EpVI DCC Digital Sound. HO Available to pre-order - Due 4th quarter 2017/1st Quarter 2018
Completely New model 2017
Prototype: Class 241-A heavy express train steam locomotive with a tender. 90 of these locomotives were constructed between 1930 and 1934 (The first prototype was built in 1925). Version as a class 241-A-65 museum locomotive as it looked on the French State Railways (SNCF). The locomotive looks as it currently does in operating condition stationed at the Full-Reuenthal Depot in Switzerland.
Model: The locomotive has a digital decoder and extensive light and 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 model has a factory-installed 72270 smoke unit. The triple headlights on the locomotive and tender change over with the direction of travel. They and the built-in smoke unit will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. There is also cab lighting and running gear lights that can be controlled digitally. Maintenance-free warm white LEDs used for lighting. There is an adjustable coupling with a mechanism between the locomotive and tender. The rear of the tender has a close coupler in an NEM pocket with a guide mechanism. The minimum radius for operation is 437.5 mm / 17-1/4". Brake hoses, heating lines, and imitation prototype couplers as well as a decal sheet with sponsor logos are included. Length over the buffers 30.4 cm / 12".
One Time Series 2017 - Available for pre-order
TRIX 24201-04 DB Type Kls443 flat wagon with a post office vehicle as load (Wiking VW Bus, DBP radio locator vehicle, gray) EpIV HO In Stock
Wagon with NEM362 Coupler pockets
TRIX 24201-11 DB Type Kls 443 flat wagon with a post office vehicle as load (Wiking Mercedes L309, DBP grey) EpIV HO In Stock
Wagon with NEM362 Coupler pockets
TRIX 24201-13 DB Type Kls 443 flat wagon with a post office vehicle as load (Wiking VW Golf, DBP yellow) EpIV HO In Stock
Wagon with NEM362 Coupler pockets
TRIX 24201-15 DB Type Kls 443 flat wagon with a post office vehicle as load (Wiking VW Golf, DBP yellow) EpIV HO In Stock
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 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 66383 Sulzdorf Half Timbered Freight Shed Laser Cut Kit HO In Stock
Model: Kit for the "Sulzdorf" Half-Timbered Freight Shed. This Württemberg standard design freight shed was all along the Hohenlohe Line in half-timbered construction. This freight shed stands and stood in different lengths at many train stations in Württemberg. The prototype is still standing Sulzdorf near Schwäbisch Hall. A shorter version still stands in Eckartshausen. This kit consists of laser-cut, colored architectural hard cardstock. It has the finest laser-engraved details. Extensive instructions for building the kit are included. Dimensions (area): 292 x 125 mm / 11-1/2" x 4-15/16".
TRIX 66602 HO Wheel Cleaning Brush HO In Stock
TRIX 66626 Special Gear grease for lubricating loco gearboxes. 13g tube In Stock
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