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22403 K.Bay.Sts.B. S3/6 Series D DCC Sound
T2240322403 K.Bay.Sts.B. S3/6 Series D DCC Sound

TRIX  22403 K.Bay.Sts.B. S3/6 Series D "Highstepper" EpI DCC Digital Sound.  HO Pre-Order expected November 2019

Prototype: Royal Bavarian State Railways class S 3/6 express steam locomotive, subclass d, the "Hochhaxige" / "High Stepper" with 2,000 mm / 78-3/4" diameter driving wheels. The majority of S3/6 had 1,870mm driving wheels - Production series D and E had 2,000mm and were intended for the Express passenger runs on the flatter routes between Munich and Nuremberg as well as Munich to Würzburg. Just 18 locomotives were produced with the larger wheels. Road number 3624. Later 18 441. The locomotive looks as it did around 1912
Model: The locomotive is completely new tooling. The driving wheels are modelled to scale with a diameter 2,000 mm / 78-3/4". The locomotive is constructed mostly of metal. The running gear is intricately constructed of die-cast metal with a partially open bar frame. There is an open view through the running gear. The wheel flange height is 1.0 mm. The cab is modelled in detail. The lamps are designed to be white. The locomotive has 5-pole high-efficiency propulsion with a flywheel. The locomotive also has a factory-installed smoke unit, a lighted cab, a light for oncoming trains, which can be controlled in digital operation, and an mfx decoder. There is a close coupling mechanism between the locomotive and tender with a "display case position". The locomotive has intricate smoke box door steps, and the tender has a hook coupler and an air hose on the rear. Piston rod protection sleeves are also included. Length over the buffers 26.7 cm / 10-1/2".

New model November 2019

£525.00
22913 Est Serie 13 (241A) DCC Sound
T2291322913 Est Serie 13 (241A) DCC Sound

TRIX  22913 Est Serie 13 Steam Locomotive (241A) EpII. DCC Digital Sound.  HO In Stock

Prototype: French East Railroad (EST) class 13 (241-A) heavy express train steam locomotive with a tender. Version as a locomotive for the Simplon Orient Express. Changes to the smoke deflectors specific to the type and dual headlights with one lamp above and one lamp below. Road number 241 A 002. The locomotive looks as it did around 1933.

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 dual 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 that can be controlled digitally. Maintenance-free warm white LEDs are used for lighting. There is an adjustable coupling with a guide 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 are included. Length over the buffers 30.4 cm / 12”

• Anniversary of 100 Years of the Simplon Orient Express 1919-2019.
• Tooling changes for the version as the French East Railroad (EST) class 13.
• Very detailed realisation of the model.
• Cab lighting can be controlled digitally.
• Equipped with a factory-installed smoke unit.
• Digital decoder

At the start of the Twenties, the French East Railroad (EST) urgently needed motive power unit to haul its heavy express trains on the line Paris – Belfort – Basle. The new locomotive was planned to haul a 700-ton train at a constant speed of 115 km/h / 72-mph on level track with a maximum speed of 120-km/h / 75 mph, which required a continuous performance of 2,720 horsepower. Even more ambitious was the requirement to pull 800 tons at 80-km/h / 50 mph on a 0.5% grade. Around 3,540 horsepower was necessary for this – an exorbitant level of performance for steam locomotives! A prototype delivered on January 17, 1926 by Fives-Lille with number 41.001 was the first time the “Mountain” 4-8-2 wheel arrangement was presented in Europe. In line with French practice, it was designed as a four-cylinder compound A current explanation of the symbols can be found on the Internet at www.trix.de Anniversary of 100 Years of the Simplon Orient Express 1919-2019 locomotive using de Glehn/du Bousquet principles with separately adjustable Heusinger valve gear for the high and low pressure running gear. After extensive testing, another 89 units were built between 1930 and 1934. They differed in several details from the prototype. Forty (40) units with road numbers 241-002-041 were delivered to the EST and 49 locomotives went to the ÉTAT. The prototype‘s road number was changed to 241 001. The class 241 A locomotives had a type of boiler new in Europe that was based on an American design with a large combustion chamber as well as Nicholson design thermal syphons. The boiler was fed water by means of an exhaust steam injector and two live steam injectors. The inner cylinders (low-pressure cylinders) worked on the offset driving wheel set and the external cylinders (high-pressure cylinders) worked on the second driving wheel set. A slide valve allowed high-pressure steam to reach the low-pressure cylinders during a start up or when greater performance was required.
While the EST used their “Mountains” pulling heavy express trains on the routing Paris – Belfort – Mulhouse – Basle to bring vacationers bent on the mountains or starved for sun to Switzerland or to Italy, the ÉTAT ensured the connection to the ships landing at Cherbourg or Le Havre from the USA or Great Britain. Yet, the ÉTAT was not happy with their “Mountains”, since the latter‘s‘ high weight and the large fixed wheelbase apparently caused a high degree of wear to the track. They therefore sold all 49 units to the EST. After its founding in 1938, the SNCF took over all 90 locomotives, which after different temporary numbering schemes were given the road numbers 241 A 1-41 (EST locomotives in the original sequence) and 241 A 42-90 (former ÉTAT units in an altered sequence). The SNCF used these locomotives until their retirement in the years 1960 to 1965 mainly between Paris and Strasbourg as well as Paris and Basle. Two examples remain preserved: road number 241 A 1 at the Mulhouse Railroad Museum and road number 241 A 65 in operational condition in Switzerland.


New model 2019 - Sold out at Trix - Last available at A&H



 

£595.00
22917 DRB Br05 Streamlined DCC Sound
T2291722917 DRB Br05 Streamlined DCC Sound

TRIX  22917 DRB Br05 Streamlined Steam locomotive EpII DCC Digital Sound.  HO In Stock

Prototype: Streamlined Br05 4-6-4 in Steel Blue livery with decorative stripes
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. The headlights change over with the direction of travel, can be controlled digitally, and will work in conventional operation. Maintenance-free warm white LEDs are used for the lighting.
The body is made from cast metal and the flange depth of the wheels are much finer. Length over the buffers 30.7cm

New model 2019

£439.00
22919 DRB E19.1 DCC Sound
T2291922919 DRB E19.1 DCC Sound

TRIX  22919 DRB E19.1 Electric locomotive Museum Finish EpII/VI DCC Digital Sound.  HO In Stock

Prototype: Class E 19.1 electric locomotive in a crimson basic paint scheme. Design in the museum version of the DB Museum in Nürnberg. Lettered as E 19 12 of the former German State Railroad (DRB), Era II. The locomotive looks as it did in Eras II/VI
Model: The locomotive has an DCC digital decoder and extensive sound functions. It also has controlled high-efficiency propulsion with a flywheel. 2 axles powered. Traction tires. 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 headlights at Locomotive End 2 and 1 can be turned off separately in digital operation. The locomotive has the "Double 'A' Light" function. Maintenance-free warm white and red LEDs are used for the lighting. The engineer's cabs and the engine room have interior details. A locomotive figure is included for installation in the cab. The locomotive body has numerous separately applied details. The locomotive has prototypical double arm pantographs. The locomotive running gear has prototypical modelling of the quill drive wheels. The buffers are constructed of metal separately applied in convex and flat versions. Length over the buffers 19.5 cm / 7-11/16".

New model 2019 - Sold out by Trix - last available at A&H Models

£315.00
22977 DB Class 92 DCC Sound
T2297722977 DB Class 92 DCC Sound

TRIX  22977 DB Br92 Steam locomotive EpIII DCC Digital Sound.  HO Pre-Order

Prototype: Between 1909 and 1916, 572 pieces of this class of tank locomotive were built for various railroad companies. Most of them were used in Prussia. Their great reliability assured these units an extremely long service life. Road number 92 532 was built in 1910 by the Union Foundry Company in Königsberg under builder number 1863. At the end of the Fifties, it was stationed in Minden. There it was retired on August 5, 1959.
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. 4 axles powered. Traction tires. The dual headlights change over with the direction of travel, can be controlled digitally, and will work in conventional operation. Maintenance-free warm white LEDs are used for the lighting. Length over the buffers 12.8 cm / 5".
New model Expected January 2020

£319.00
22981 DB Br44 DCC Sound
T2298122981 DB Br44 DCC Sound

TRIX  22981 DB Br44  EpIII. DCC Digital Sound.  HO In Stock

Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) class 44 heavy steam freight locomotive, with an oil tender based on the type 2´2´T34 tender. Black/red basic paint scheme. Transitional wartime cab with only one window per side, standard design Witte smoke deflectors, pilot truck wheel set with disk or solid wheels, without smoke box central locking, with an inductive magnet on one side. Road number 44 1264. The locomotive looks as it did around 1962/63.
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 the oil 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 and a guide mechanism on the tender and on the front of the locomotive. The minimum radius for operation is 360 mm / 14-3/16". Protective sleeves for the piston rods, brake hoses, and imitation couplers are included as detail parts. Length over the buffers 26 cm / 10-1/4".

  • Completely new tooling.
  • Especially intricate metal construction. 
  • Digital decoder and extensive operation and sound functions included.
  • Partially open bar frame with a mostly clear view between the running gear and the boiler.
  • High-efficiency propulsion with a flywheel, mounted in the boiler.

New model 2019 - Last available at A&H - Sold out by pre-order at Trix

£419.50
23057 DB Ardelt 57t Steam Crane DCC Sound
T2305723057 DB Ardelt 57t Steam Crane DCC Sound

TRIX  23057 Ardelt 57T Steam crane EpIII. DCC Digital Sound.  HO In Stock
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Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) 6-axle railroad rotary crane car with Ardelt system steam propulsion with a lifting capacity of 57 metric tons, with a crane tender car (converted from a type Rms Stuttgart car) and an equipment car. “Bottle Green” paint scheme for the steam crane. Road number “München 6664”. The cars look as they did around 1958.
Model: The crane car has a digital decoder and sound functions. The crane superstructure with its boom can be rotated 360° on the gear ring. The boom can be raised and lowered by means of a pulley. The main hook made of metal can be raised and lowered by means of a pulley. The crane cab lighting can be controlled digitally. Two floodlights on the boom can be controlled digitally. LEDs are used for the lighting. The crane car has a built-in smoke unit that can be controlled digitally. 4 support arms can be swung out manually and they can be positioned with spindles on the bases included with the crane car. The smoke stack with a smoke hood can be removed or installed. A counterweight made of metal can be partially removed and placed on the buffer attachment. The crane car has a 6-axle car frame and a crane housing constructed of metal. There is a stake car (converted from a type Rms Stuttgart car) with a guide block as a crane tender car. A former Association Design type G car with end area reinforcement and without a hand brake functions as an equipment car. The minimum radius for operation is 437.5 mm / 17-1/4“! Total length over the buffers approximately 146 cm / 57-1/2”.
• Steam crane car completely new tooling constructed chiefly of metal.
• DCC/mfx digital decoder with extensive sound functions included.
• Crane superstructure with its boom can be rotated 360°.
• Boom can be raised and lowered by means of a pulley.
• Main hook can be raised and lowered by means of a pulley.
• Cab lighting.
• Two working floodlights.
• Built-in smoke unit.
• New tooling for the crane tender car.


One time series
New model 2019 
 

£860.00
25097 DR Br95 Oil fired DCC Sound
T2240325097 DR Br95 Oil fired DCC Sound

TRIX  25097 DR Br95.0 EpIV DCC Digital Sound.  HO Pre-Order

Prototype: German State Railroad (DR/GDR) class 95.0 (former Prussian T 20) freight tank locomotive. Version with oil firing. Also included are triple headlights, turbo-dynamo, German State Railroad lanterns, 3 domes, and welded water tanks. Road number 95 0041-4. The locomotive looks as it did around 1978.
Model: The locomotive has an mfx 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 is constructed chiefly of metal. The triple headlights change over with the direction of travel. They and the smoke unit contact will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. In addition, the cab lighting can be controlled digitally. Maintenance-free, warm white LEDs are used for the lighting. There is a close coupler with an NEM pocket and a guide mechanism at both ends of the locomotive. The minimum radius for operation is 360 mm / 14-3/16". Piston rod protection sleeves and brake hoses are included. Length over the buffers approximately 17.5 cm / 6-7/8".
New model 2020

£415.00
66626  Gear Grease
TR6662666626 Gear Grease

TRIX 66626 Special Gear grease for lubricating loco gearboxes.  13g tube In Stock

£6.75
ArtiTec 2037101 NS 1300 Electric Loco
ATT2037101ArtiTec 2037101 NS 1300 Electric Loco

 ArtiTec 20.371.01 NS 1304 Electric Loco. Berlin Blue Livery  EpIII HO In Stock
New Item  2019

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) 
Sprung buffers. 
LED white and red directional lighting + cab interior lights. 
NEM Close coupling mechanism. 
21-pin decoder interface for easy conversion to DCC.



£279.50
ArtiTec 2037301 NS 1300 Electric Loco
ATT2037301ArtiTec 2037301 NS 1300 Electric Loco

 ArtiTec 20.373.01 NS 1310 Electric Loco. NS Logo Three head lights Berlin Blue Livery  EpIV HO In Stock
New Item 2019

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) 
Sprung buffers. 
LED white and red directional lighting + cab interior lights. 
NEM Close coupling mechanism. 
21-pin decoder interface for easy conversion to DCC.

£279.50
ArtiTec 2037401 NS 1300 Electric Loco
ATT2037401ArtiTec 2037401 NS 1300 Electric Loco

 ArtiTec 20.374.01 NS 1315 Electric Loco. NS Logo Three head lights Yellow/Grey Livery  EpIV HO In Stock
New Item  2019

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) 
Sprung buffers. 
LED white and red directional lighting + cab interior lights. 
NEM Close coupling mechanism. 
21-pin decoder interface for easy conversion to DCC.

£279.50
ArtiTec 2237101 NS 1300 Electric Loco DCC Sound
ATT2237101ArtiTec 2237101 NS 1300 Electric Loco DCC Sound

 ArtiTec 22.371.01 NS 1304 Electric Loco. Berlin Blue Livery. DCC Sound and moving pantographs  EpIII HO In Stock
New Item 2019 - Sold out at Artitec  - last available at A&H

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) 
Sprung buffers. 
LED white and red directional lighting + cab interior lights. 
NEM Close coupling mechanism. 
ESU LokSound v4.0 with sounds accurate for the original loco
Servo driven pantograph mechanism

£399.00
E601460 Carbon motor brushes
E601460E601460 Carbon motor brushes

TRIX E601410 Carbon Motor brushes for pancake style motors  -1 pair HO In Stock

 

£1.95
ESU 31124 DB Br194 Sound and moving pantographs
ESU31123ESU 31124 DB Br194 Sound and moving pantographs
E.S.U.  31124 DB Br194 Electric Locomotive No. 194 178. Blue-Beige livery. DCC Sound and motorised pantographs. EpIV + EpVI (Owned by Rail 4U and still used on main line heavy freight in this livery).   HO In Stock

New item 2019
The Deutsche Reichsbahn-Gesellschaft (DRG) had the mighty class E94 electric locomotives developed as more powerful successors of class E93. Delivery of the first locomotives commenced in 1940 during World War II. Since the class E94 was important for the war effort (as class KEL 2) and therefore was not subject to delivery stops due to shortages of raw materials, 146 units of the six-axle locomotive with 3300kW and a maximum speed of  90 km/h were built until the end of the war.  Already in 1946 further units that had been partly assembled previously were completed and thus the DB put another 49 units into service until 1956. The power of the last 23 locomotives of this series had been increased to 4680kW. As from 1968 the maximum speed of these locomotives was raised to 100km/h and due to considerable technical differences they were classified as E94.2 (later on this was changed to class 194.5). After the war 44 locomotives remained in Austria and were renamed as class 1020. Most of the Austrian units experienced considerable modifications during the 1960s.  Most of the E94 units that had been located within the Soviet occupied zone were transferred to the Soviet Union and returned to the DR (Deutsche Reichsbahn, German Democratic Republic) only in 1952.  The DR arranged for the refurbishment of 23 units, which were subsequently mainly hauling heavy freight trains and every now and again also heavy express trains. The domain of the DB E94 (later class 194) was also in heavy freight service; however, in between these locomotives were also used for hauling commuter trains, which, occasionally, only consisted of two pairs of “Umbauwagen” (rebuilt coaches) and thus the locomotive was heavier than the train. In 1985 the DB decommissioned the last “German Crocodiles” while the DR kept them in service until 1990. The ÖBB (Austrian Federal Railways) trusted their “Crocodiles” until 1995. 15 units of class E94 and 18 units class 1020 have been preserved, some of which are still in operation today and are used in heavy freight service by some private railway companies every working day of the week.

Technical details:

​​​​Metal housing and chassis
Separately applied detail parts made off brass or plastic
Free-standing grab irons and lanterns
Sprung buffers
Coupler shaft as per NEM 362 with short coupler kinematics
Remote controlled raising and lowering of the pantographs
Two coreless motors with flywheels
Four axles powered via Cardan shaft and worm gear
Four traction tires
Universal electronics for usage on both DC and AC layouts
Directional lights white/red, cab interior lighting, appropriate lighting in shunting mode
Controlled by an ESU LokSound V4.0 M4 decoder with high quality speaker
Curve sensors
“PowerPack” storage capacitor for uninterrupted power supply
Length over buffers 213.8 mm
Minimum radius 360 mm

Rail 4U 194 178 Blaue Mauritius:

 
£415.00
ESU 31410 DB V60 Sound and exhaust smoke
ESU31410ESU 31410 DB V60 Sound and exhaust smoke
E.S.U.  31410 DB V60 Diesel Locomotive No. V60 512. Old red livery. DCC Sound and Exhaust Smoke.  EpIII.  HO In Stock


Starting in 1956 the DB (Deutsche Bundesbahn) commenced the procurement of the three-axle shunting locomotive class V60 in order to modernize shunting operations. It was decided to employ a drive system with coupling rods and a jack shaft. Its maximum speed of 60 km/h in mainline gear matched the then common speed of long distance freight trains. The coal-fired oven (so called Dofa heater) only served for keeping the engine of a parked V60 at a suitable temperature. As from the 1990-ies the DB replaced these heaters with externally powered electric heaters. The DB actually differentiated the serial locomotives between light weight and heavy types. Externally one could not detect any difference. The heavy type with 54 t is constructed with a stronger frame compared to the lighter version with 48 t. With the advent of the computer suitable numbering system in 1968, the DB assigned the lighter version as class 260 and the heavy type as class 261. In 1987 the engine was reclassified as a minor locomotive (Kleinlokomotive - literally: small locomotive or locomotors). Class 260 became class 360 and the 261s became 361s. Its categorisation as a Kleinlok saved staff costs, because the railway no longer had to employ "engine drivers", but only "Kleinlok operators", i.e.: specially trained shunting personnel. The locomotives equipped with automatic coupler (AK) and radio control were reclassified as class 364 (light weight version) and class 365 (heavy type).  Class 362 and 363 were only designated in 1992 and denominate locomotives equipped with the Caterpillar engine 3412 DI-TA, which was installed  instead of the original Maybach GTO 6 / GTO 6A.

Technical details:

LokSound decoder for DCC with RailComPlus®, Motorola®, M4 and Selectrix Automatic registration at command stations with RailComPlus® or mfx® functionality
Universal electronics with plug-in centre pick-up
Newly developed, aerodynamically optimised, load dependent smoke generator synchronised with LokSound
Two sugar cube speakers with large sound enclosure under the hood
31 special functions
PowerPack storage capacitor for uninterrupted power supply
Powerful coreless motor with flywheel
Digital remote control for coupler in NEM shaft
Prototypical headlights
Separately switchable shunting lighting
Cab lighting and control panel lighting may be separately switched
Switchable under-carriage lighting
Engraved fibre-optic light guide
Metal chassis and body
Perforated fan grills in long hood
Robust yet filigree grab irons off metal and plastic
Multicoloured cab interior with engineer figure
Length over buffers = 121 mm
£375.00
ESU 31411 DB Br260 Sound and exhaust smoke
ESU31411ESU 31411 DB Br260 Sound and exhaust smoke
E.S.U.  31411 DB Br260 Diesel Locomotive No. 260 269. Ocean Blue livery. DCC Sound and Exhaust Smoke. EpIII.  HO In Stock


Starting in 1956 the DB (Deutsche Bundesbahn) commenced the procurement of the three-axle shunting locomotive class V60 in order to modernize shunting operations. It was decided to employ a drive system with coupling rods and a jack shaft. Its maximum speed of 60 km/h in mainline gear matched the then common speed of long distance freight trains. The coal-fired oven (so called Dofa heater) only served for keeping the engine of a parked V60 at a suitable temperature. As from the 1990-ies the DB replaced these heaters with externally powered electric heaters. The DB actually differentiated the serial locomotives between light weight and heavy types. Externally one could not detect any difference. The heavy type with 54 t is constructed with a stronger frame compared to the lighter version with 48 t. With the advent of the computer suitable numbering system in 1968, the DB assigned the lighter version as class 260 and the heavy type as class 261. In 1987 the engine was reclassified as a minor locomotive (Kleinlokomotive - literally: small locomotive or locomotors). Class 260 became class 360 and the 261s became 361s. Its categorisation as a Kleinlok saved staff costs, because the railway no longer had to employ "engine drivers", but only "Kleinlok operators", i.e.: specially trained shunting personnel. The locomotives equipped with automatic coupler (AK) and radio control were reclassified as class 364 (light weight version) and class 365 (heavy type).  Class 362 and 363 were only designated in 1992 and denominate locomotives equipped with the Caterpillar engine 3412 DI-TA, which was installed  instead of the original Maybach GTO 6 / GTO 6A.

Technical details:

LokSound decoder for DCC with RailComPlus®, Motorola®, M4 and Selectrix Automatic registration at command stations with RailComPlus® or mfx® functionality
Universal electronics with plug-in centre pick-up
Newly developed, aerodynamically optimised, load dependent smoke generator synchronised with LokSound
Two sugar cube speakers with large sound enclosure under the hood
31 special functions
PowerPack storage capacitor for uninterrupted power supply
Powerful coreless motor with flywheel
Digital remote control for coupler in NEM shaft
Prototypical headlights
Separately switchable shunting lighting
Cab lighting and control panel lighting may be separately switched
Switchable under-carriage lighting
Engraved fibre-optic light guide
Metal chassis and body
Perforated fan grills in long hood
Robust yet filigree grab irons off metal and plastic
Multicoloured cab interior with engineer figure
Length over buffers = 121 mm

 
£375.00
M70392 DCC/MFX Home Signal
M70392M70392 DCC/MFX Home Signal

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.

£62.50
M94339 15 years Insider wagon
M94339M94339 15 years Insider wagon

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

£25.00
MB-004.1  SNCF exPLM 231 K 8
REE MB-004.1MB-004.1 SNCF exPLM 231 K 8

 MB-004.1 SNCF ex-PLM 231 K Pacific. EpV/VI. Loco with Double chimney, large smoke deflectors, bi-compound ACFI Feedwater heater. NORD tender. SNCF Lined Green.  HO In Stock 

Re-run of this popular model 2018

2-231 K 8 Preserved condition

Technical characteristics:

2-rail DC (Analog) Model
Model constructed from more than 550 pieces
Delicacy and robustness of materials
Numerous fine metal detail pieces
Chassis and boiler in metal
Sprung buffers
Minimum radius : 410 mm  
(Fleischmann R2 420mm, Roco R3 419.6mm, Peco R2 438mm)
LED Lighting
Fitted with a 21-pin interface

£399.50

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