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Danish Litra E in H0-Scale in Marklin and Trix

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Danish Litra E in H0-Scale in Marklin and Trix

New and immediately available. An absolute highlight model.For the 175th anniversary of the railway in Denmark, Märklin and Trix are presenting the type Pacific steam locomotive in H0 gauge. Completely new tooling Especially intricate metal construction Factory-installed smoke unit Many digital functions     The Big One from Way up North The most beautiful steam locomotive on the Danish State Railways (DSB) was the class (Litra) E. It originated among eleven Pacific express locomotives of the Swedish State Railways (SJ) class F, which disappeared from service in 1937 due to increasing electrification. The DSB was able to acquire these powerful locomotives...

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Marklin Class 02 - A surprising model

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Marklin Class 02 - A surprising model

A Locomotive that made History The steam locomotive road number 18 314 of the German State Railroad (DR) of East Germany (GDR) later nicknamed "Schorsch" has an unusual, even extraordinary life history. Once placed into service in 1919 as a Baden class "IV h" "High Stepper", the DRG took over it as road number 18 314. After the end of World War II, this locomotive went to the Soviet Zone in trade for a Bavarian class S 3/6, where the subsequent VES-M Halle (Railroad Research and Development Locomotive Management Department in Halle) urgently needed a fast four-cylinder compound steam locomotive...

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