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New Fleischmann 2019 catalogue announced - link to PDF file
Below is a sample of what is to offer:
Delivery dates are estimated based on information from Fleischmann

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707005 K.Bay.Sts.B. Pt2/3
FL707005707005 K.Bay.Sts.B. Pt2/3

FLEISCHMANN 707005 K.Bay.Sts.B. Pt2/3 Steam locomotive.  EpI. N Gauge In Stock 

New item 2019 
Special Price £185 (rrp £205)

£185.00
707085 K.Bay.Sts.B. Pt2/3 DCC
FL707085707085 K.Bay.Sts.B. Pt2/3 DCC

FLEISCHMANN 707085 K.Bay.Sts.B. Pt2/3 Steam locomotive. DCC Fitted  EpI. N Gauge Available to order 

New item  2019 
Special Price £220 (rrp £245)

£220.00
707503 SNCF Type 232TC
FL707503707503 SNCF Type 232TC

FLEISCHMANN 707503 SNCF 232TC Steam Locomotive.  EpIII N Gauge In Stock 

New item 2018  -Sold out at Fleischmann - Last available at A&H

£153.50
708603 DB Br86
FL708603708603 DB Br86

FLEISCHMANN 708603 DB Br86 Steam locomotive.  EpIII. N Gauge Pre-order

New item 1st Quarter 2019 - Open for pre-order
Pre-order Special Price £149.50 (rrp £170)

£149.50
708683 DB Br86 DCC
FL708683708683 DB Br86 DCC

FLEISCHMANN 708683 DB Br86 Steam locomotive.DCC  EpIII. N Gauge Pre-order

New item 1st Quarter 2019 - Open for pre-order
Pre-order Special Price £178 (rrp £205)

£178.00
709403 KPEV T16
FL709403709403 KPEV T16

FLEISCHMANN 709403 KPEV T16.  EpI N Gauge In Stock 

Approximately 1250 locomotives of this series transported freight and passenger trains on steep sections and branch lines. The locomotive was also very often used for heavy shunting services and was specialised in pushing wagons on and over humps.
With dark nickel-plated valve gear 
Drive on 10 wheels, two wheels have traction tyres
£148.50
709483 KPEV T16  DCC
FL709483709483 KPEV T16 DCC

FLEISCHMANN 709483 KPEV T16. DCC Digital  EpI N Gauge Pre-order 

New item 2018 

Approximately 1250 locomotives of this series transported freight and passenger trains on steep sections and branch lines. The locomotive was also very often used for heavy shunting services and was specialized in pushing wagons on and over humps.
With dark nickel-plated valve gear 
Drive on 10 wheels, two wheels have traction tyres
£189.50
709903  K.Bay.Sts.B. GtL4/4
FL709903709903 K.Bay.Sts.B. GtL4/4

FLEISCHMANN 709903 K.Bay.Sts.B. GtL4/4 Steam locomotive.  EpI. N Gauge Pre-order

New item October 2019 - Open for pre-order
Pre-order Special Price £153.85 (rrp £180)

£153.85
714401 DB Br44
FL714401714401 DB Br44

FLEISCHMANN 714401 DB Br044 Steam locomotive.  EpIV. N Gauge Pre-order

Steam locomotive class 044 with tender type 2'2' T 34 of the Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB). Epoch IV.
New 2019 design. The model has no front skirt and no Indusi, but cut back running boards.
- Drive on 8 wheels inside tender.
- 2 traction tyres. Motor with flywheel.
- Digital Interface Next18 according to NEM 662 standards for decoder installation.
- Triple LED headlights that change with the direction of travel.
- Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards.
- Unobstructed view between tank and chassis true to the original.

Prototype: With the standard locomotive programme, the Deutsche Reichsbahn Gesellschaft (DRG) also had put the focus on the development of a powerful goods train locomotive. From the locomotive, which was designated as BR 44, the railway company expected to being able to transport freight trains of up to 1,200 t in the low mountain ranges and up to 600 t on steep ramps. In 1926, the first 10 locomotives of the 22.620 mm long vehicles were delivered and had an axle arrangement of 1'E h3. They reached a top speed of 80 km / h and 50 km / h when reversing with tender first. During the Second World War, the locomotive design was simplified and so, many BR 44ÜK locomotives (war transition locomotives) were being used from 1942 onwards. After the end of the war the locomotives of the Reichsbahn remained with the following railway companies: - 1.242 locos: Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB) - 335 locos: Deutsche Reichsbahn (DR) - 67 locos: Polskie Koleje Państwowe (PKP) - 3 locos: Československé státní dráhy (ČSD) - 16 locos: Austrian Federal Railways(ÖBB) - 14 locos: French State Railways SNCF (als BR 150 X bezeichnet) - 1 loco: Belgian State Railways SNCB.
 Many locomotives of the DB and the DR were retrofitted with oil firing, in eastern Germany even with coal dust firing. The series 44 formed the backbone of the heavy freight train service all over Germany until it was replaced by the modern diesel and electric locomotives. Because of their enormous pulling power the locomotives were also called "Jumbos". The last "Patchyderms" were decommissioned at the DB in 1977 and at the DR, in 1986. Even after officially leaving the regular service at the State Railways, some of the locomotives of the Br44 (still operable) were preserved for historic traffic in railway museums.
Completely new model November 2019 - Open for pre-order
Pre-order Special Price £239 (rrp £275)

£239.00
714402 DR Br44
FL714402714402 DR Br44

FLEISCHMANN 714402 DR Br44 Steam locomotive.  EpIV. N Gauge Pre-order

Steam locomotive class 44.0 with oil firing of the Deutsche Reichsbahn (DR-Ost). Epoch IV.
New 2019 design. The model has no front skirt and no Indusi, but cut back running boards.
- Drive on 8 wheels inside tender.
- 2 traction tyres. Motor with flywheel.
- Digital Interface Next18 according to NEM 662 standards for decoder installation.
- Triple LED headlights that change with the direction of travel.
- Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards.
- Unobstructed view between tank and chassis true to the original.

Prototype: With the standard locomotive programme, the Deutsche Reichsbahn Gesellschaft (DRG) also had put the focus on the development of a powerful goods train locomotive. From the locomotive, which was designated as BR 44, the railway company expected to being able to transport freight trains of up to 1,200 t in the low mountain ranges and up to 600 t on steep ramps. In 1926, the first 10 locomotives of the 22.620 mm long vehicles were delivered and had an axle arrangement of 1'E h3. They reached a top speed of 80 km / h and 50 km / h when reversing with tender first. During the Second World War, the locomotive design was simplified and so, many BR 44ÜK locomotives (war transition locomotives) were being used from 1942 onwards. After the end of the war the locomotives of the Reichsbahn remained with the following railway companies: - 1.242 locos: Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB) - 335 locos: Deutsche Reichsbahn (DR) - 67 locos: Polskie Koleje Państwowe (PKP) - 3 locos: Československé státní dráhy (ČSD) - 16 locos: Austrian Federal Railways(ÖBB) - 14 locos: French State Railways SNCF (als BR 150 X bezeichnet) - 1 loco: Belgian State Railways SNCB.
 Many locomotives of the DB and the DR were retrofitted with oil firing, in eastern Germany even with coal dust firing. The series 44 formed the backbone of the heavy freight train service all over Germany until it was replaced by the modern diesel and electric locomotives. Because of their enormous pulling power the locomotives were also called "Jumbos". The last "Patchyderms" were decommissioned at the DB in 1977 and at the DR, in 1986. Even after officially leaving the regular service at the State Railways, some of the locomotives of the Br44 (still operable) were preserved for historic traffic in railway museums.
Completely new model November 2019 - Open for pre-order
Pre-order Special Price £239 (rrp £275)

£239.00
714471 DB Br44 DCC Sound
FL714471714471 DB Br44 DCC Sound

FLEISCHMANN 714471 DB Br044 Steam locomotive.  DCC Sound EpIV. N Gauge Pre-order

Steam locomotive class 044 with tender type 2'2' T 34 of the Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB). Epoch IV.
New 2019 design. The model has no front skirt and no Indusi, but cut back running boards.
- Drive on 8 wheels inside tender.
- 2 traction tyres. Motor with flywheel.
- DCC Sound decoder fitted - Sound file by Henning Sound.
- Triple LED headlights that change with the direction of travel.
- Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards.
- Unobstructed view between tank and chassis true to the original.

Prototype: With the standard locomotive programme, the Deutsche Reichsbahn Gesellschaft (DRG) also had put the focus on the development of a powerful goods train locomotive. From the locomotive, which was designated as BR 44, the railway company expected to being able to transport freight trains of up to 1,200 t in the low mountain ranges and up to 600 t on steep ramps. In 1926, the first 10 locomotives of the 22.620 mm long vehicles were delivered and had an axle arrangement of 1'E h3. They reached a top speed of 80 km / h and 50 km / h when reversing with tender first. During the Second World War, the locomotive design was simplified and so, many BR 44ÜK locomotives (war transition locomotives) were being used from 1942 onwards. After the end of the war the locomotives of the Reichsbahn remained with the following railway companies: - 1.242 locos: Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB) - 335 locos: Deutsche Reichsbahn (DR) - 67 locos: Polskie Koleje Państwowe (PKP) - 3 locos: Československé státní dráhy (ČSD) - 16 locos: Austrian Federal Railways(ÖBB) - 14 locos: French State Railways SNCF (als BR 150 X bezeichnet) - 1 loco: Belgian State Railways SNCB.
 Many locomotives of the DB and the DR were retrofitted with oil firing, in eastern Germany even with coal dust firing. The series 44 formed the backbone of the heavy freight train service all over Germany until it was replaced by the modern diesel and electric locomotives. Because of their enormous pulling power the locomotives were also called "Jumbos". The last "Patchyderms" were decommissioned at the DB in 1977 and at the DR, in 1986. Even after officially leaving the regular service at the State Railways, some of the locomotives of the Br44 (still operable) were preserved for historic traffic in railway museums.
Completely new model November 2019 - Open for pre-order
Pre-order Special Price £309 (rrp £355)

£309.00
714472 DR Br44 DCC Sound
FL714472714472 DR Br44 DCC Sound

FLEISCHMANN 714472 DR Br44 Steam locomotive.  DCC Sound EpIV. N Gauge Pre-order

Steam locomotive class 44.0 with oil firing of the Deutsche Reichsbahn (DR-Ost) Oil Fired. Epoch IV.
New 2019 design. The model has no front skirt and no Indusi, but cut back running boards.
- Drive on 8 wheels inside tender.
- 2 traction tyres. Motor with flywheel.
- DCC Sound decoder fitted - Sound file by Henning Sound.
- Triple LED headlights that change with the direction of travel.
- Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards.
- Unobstructed view between tank and chassis true to the original.

Prototype: With the standard locomotive programme, the Deutsche Reichsbahn Gesellschaft (DRG) also had put the focus on the development of a powerful goods train locomotive. From the locomotive, which was designated as BR 44, the railway company expected to being able to transport freight trains of up to 1,200 t in the low mountain ranges and up to 600 t on steep ramps. In 1926, the first 10 locomotives of the 22.620 mm long vehicles were delivered and had an axle arrangement of 1'E h3. They reached a top speed of 80 km / h and 50 km / h when reversing with tender first. During the Second World War, the locomotive design was simplified and so, many BR 44ÜK locomotives (war transition locomotives) were being used from 1942 onwards. After the end of the war the locomotives of the Reichsbahn remained with the following railway companies: - 1.242 locos: Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB) - 335 locos: Deutsche Reichsbahn (DR) - 67 locos: Polskie Koleje Państwowe (PKP) - 3 locos: Československé státní dráhy (ČSD) - 16 locos: Austrian Federal Railways(ÖBB) - 14 locos: French State Railways SNCF (als BR 150 X bezeichnet) - 1 loco: Belgian State Railways SNCB.
 Many locomotives of the DB and the DR were retrofitted with oil firing, in eastern Germany even with coal dust firing. The series 44 formed the backbone of the heavy freight train service all over Germany until it was replaced by the modern diesel and electric locomotives. Because of their enormous pulling power the locomotives were also called "Jumbos". The last "Patchyderms" were decommissioned at the DB in 1977 and at the DR, in 1986. Even after officially leaving the regular service at the State Railways, some of the locomotives of the Br44 (still operable) were preserved for historic traffic in railway museums.
Completely new model November 2019 - Open for pre-order
Pre-order Special Price £309 (rrp £355)

£309.00
721301 DR Br118
FL721301721301 DR Br118

FLEISCHMANN 721301 DR Br118 Diesel locomotive.  EpIV. N Gauge Pre-order

New 2019 Design ! Diesel locomotive class 118 of the Deutsche Reichsbahn (DR-Ost). Epoch IV.
6-axle model with single stripe and angular door cutout.
Model in true to the original livery and lettering.
In-plane applied windows.
Metal die-cast chassis.
5 pole motor with flywheel.
Drive on six axles and two traction tyres.
Interface according to Next18 standards for digital decoder installation.
Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards and guide mechanism.
White and red LED triple headlights that change with the direction of travel.

Prototype: The locomotive series V 180 of the Deutsche Reichsbahn was the largest diesel series ever built in the GDR. In 1970 it was designated class 118 and from 1993 on it was registered as class 228. It was initially built in a four-axle version with two 2-axle bogies - later there were also 6-axle variants. The six-axle version with a low axle load of 15.6 t is even today still considered to be a masterpiece of the engineers involved. The low axle load allows for an universal use so the locomotive can also operate on branch lines. In addition to that, it has also the license to haul trains over steep railway sections. The resulting potential application area is unique with large German diesel locomotives. The V 180 replaced various steam locomotive series in the performance classes above the V100 and therefore accelerated the traction change at the German Reichsbahn. The three locomotives 118 548, 550 and 552 were assigned to the GDR and hauled state-owned trains. In 1995 the last locomotives of these types stopped operating for the DB AG. Afterwards numerous locomotives were sold to private railway companies.

Completely new model August 2019 - Open for pre-order
Pre-order Special Price £142 (rrp £165)

£142.00
721371 DR Br118 DCC Sound
FL721371721371 DR Br118 DCC Sound

FLEISCHMANN 721371 DR Br118 Diesel locomotive. DCC Sound  EpIV. N Gauge Pre-order

New 2019 Design ! Diesel locomotive class 118 of the Deutsche Reichsbahn (DR-Ost). Epoch IV.
6-axle model with single stripe and angular door cutout.
Model in true to the original livery and lettering.
In-plane applied windows.
Metal die-cast chassis.
5 pole motor with flywheel.
Drive on six axles and two traction tyres.
DCC Sound decoder fitted.
Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards and guide mechanism.
White and red LED triple headlights that change with the direction of travel.

Prototype: The locomotive series V 180 of the Deutsche Reichsbahn was the largest diesel series ever built in the GDR. In 1970 it was designated class 118 and from 1993 on it was registered as class 228. It was initially built in a four-axle version with two 2-axle bogies - later there were also 6-axle variants. The six-axle version with a low axle load of 15.6 t is even today still considered to be a masterpiece of the engineers involved. The low axle load allows for an universal use so the locomotive can also operate on branch lines. In addition to that, it has also the license to haul trains over steep railway sections. The resulting potential application area is unique with large German diesel locomotives. The V 180 replaced various steam locomotive series in the performance classes above the V100 and therefore accelerated the traction change at the German Reichsbahn. The three locomotives 118 548, 550 and 552 were assigned to the GDR and hauled state-owned trains. In 1995 the last locomotives of these types stopped operating for the DB AG. Afterwards numerous locomotives were sold to private railway companies.

Completely new model August 2019 - Open for pre-order
Pre-order Special Price £215 (rrp £245)

£215.00
721402 DB AG Br228
FL721402721402 DB AG Br228

FLEISCHMANN 721402 DB AG Br228 Diesel locomotive.  EpV. N Gauge Pre-order

New 2019 Design ! Diesel locomotive class 228 of the DB AG. Epoch V.
4-axle model with late DR paint saving livery. Loco under new management following re-unification.
Model in true to the original livery and lettering.
In-plane applied windows.
Metal die-cast chassis.
5 pole motor with flywheel.
Drive on 4 axles and two traction tyres.
Interface according to Next18 standards for digital decoder installation.
Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards and guide mechanism.
White and red LED triple headlights that change with the direction of travel.

Prototype: The locomotive series V 180 of the Deutsche Reichsbahn was the largest diesel series ever built in the GDR. In 1970 it was designated class 118 and from 1993 on it was registered as class 228. It was initially built in a four-axle version with two 2-axle bogies - later there were also 6-axle variants. The six-axle version with a low axle load of 15.6 t is even today still considered to be a masterpiece of the engineers involved. The low axle load allows for an universal use so the locomotive can also operate on branch lines. In addition to that, it has also the license to haul trains over steep railway sections. The resulting potential application area is unique with large German diesel locomotives. The V 180 replaced various steam locomotive series in the performance classes above the V100 and therefore accelerated the traction change at the German Reichsbahn. The three locomotives 118 548, 550 and 552 were assigned to the GDR and hauled state-owned trains. In 1995 the last locomotives of these types stopped operating for the DB AG. Afterwards numerous locomotives were sold to private railway companies.

Completely new model August 2019 - Open for pre-order
Pre-order Special Price £138 (rrp £160)

£138.00
721472 DB AG Br228 DCC Sound
FL721472721472 DB AG Br228 DCC Sound

FLEISCHMANN 721472 DB AG Br228 Diesel locomotive. DCC Sound EpV. N Gauge Pre-order

New 2019 Design ! Diesel locomotive class 228 of the DB AG. Epoch V.
4-axle model with late DR paint saving livery. Loco under new management following re-unification.
Model in true to the original livery and lettering.
In-plane applied windows.
Metal die-cast chassis.
5 pole motor with flywheel.
Drive on 4 axles and two traction tyres.
DCC Sound decoder.
Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards and guide mechanism.
White and red LED triple headlights that change with the direction of travel.

Prototype: The locomotive series V 180 of the Deutsche Reichsbahn was the largest diesel series ever built in the GDR. In 1970 it was designated class 118 and from 1993 on it was registered as class 228. It was initially built in a four-axle version with two 2-axle bogies - later there were also 6-axle variants. The six-axle version with a low axle load of 15.6 t is even today still considered to be a masterpiece of the engineers involved. The low axle load allows for an universal use so the locomotive can also operate on branch lines. In addition to that, it has also the license to haul trains over steep railway sections. The resulting potential application area is unique with large German diesel locomotives. The V 180 replaced various steam locomotive series in the performance classes above the V100 and therefore accelerated the traction change at the German Reichsbahn. The three locomotives 118 548, 550 and 552 were assigned to the GDR and hauled state-owned trains. In 1995 the last locomotives of these types stopped operating for the DB AG. Afterwards numerous locomotives were sold to private railway companies.

Completely new model August 2019 - Open for pre-order
Pre-order Special Price £209 (rrp £240)

£209.00
724210 DB Br210
FL724210724210 DB Br210

FLEISCHMANN 724210 DB Br210 Gas Turbine locomotive.  EpIV. N Gauge Pre-order

Diesel locomotive class 210 with gas turbine drive of the German Federal Railway.

New construction 2020!
Next18 decoder interface

To convert some of the popular V160 locomotives, the DB ordered high-performance AVCO Lycoming type T53-L13 turbines from the former Klöckner-Humboldt-Deutz plants. From the year 1970 the units were integrated into the locomotives which were then redesignated series 210. The locomotives with the operating numbers 210 001-008 quickly started to operate on their standard lines. The sonorous express train "TEE Bavaria" and some other heavy express trains which operated between the Bavarian capital Munich and Lindau, were daily train connections with fixed timetables.


Completely new model February 2020 - Open for pre-order
Pre-order Special Price £138 (rrp £160)

£138.00
724290 DB Br210 DCC Sound
FL724290724290 DB Br210 DCC Sound

FLEISCHMANN 724290 DB Br210 Gas Turbine locomotive. DCC Sound EpIV. N Gauge Pre-order

Diesel locomotive class 210 with gas turbine drive of the German Federal Railway.

New construction 2020!
DCC Sound and cab lighting

To convert some of the popular V160 locomotives, the DB ordered high-performance AVCO Lycoming type T53-L13 turbines from the former Klöckner-Humboldt-Deutz plants. From the year 1970 the units were integrated into the locomotives which were then redesignated series 210. The locomotives with the operating numbers 210 001-008 quickly started to operate on their standard lines. The sonorous express train "TEE Bavaria" and some other heavy express trains which operated between the Bavarian capital Munich and Lindau, were daily train connections with fixed timetables.


Completely new model February 2020 - Open for pre-order
Pre-order Special Price £209 (rrp £240)

£209.00
731318 BLS Re465 Stockhorn
FL731318731318 BLS Re465 Stockhorn

FLEISCHMANN 731318 BLS Re465  "Stockhorn".  Ep6 N Gauge Pre-Order
New item September 2019 


Pre-Order Price £158 rrp £185
£158.00
731319 SBB Re460
FL731319731319 SBB Re460

FLEISCHMANN 731319 SBB Re460  Ep6 N Gauge Pre-Order
New item September 2019 


Pre-Order Price £158 rrp £185
£158.00

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