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Trix 66837 2,000 MILLIAMP LOCOMOTIVE DECODER FOR NEM CONNECTOR

COMPLETELY SOLD OUT AT TRIX ... BUT AVAILABLE THROUGH US WHILE STOCK LASTS!Receiver for all DC locomotives with a current, draw up to 2,000 milliamps (motor 2,000 milliamps, lights 300 milliamps). Suitable for digital locomotives with an NEM 8-pin digital connector. • Can be used universally in Selectrix and DCC formats. • Automatic system and analog recognition. • Same locomotive address in Selectrix and DCC operation. • 7 adjustable maximum speeds. • 4 adjustable motor impulse variations. • Automatic load compensation. • Connections for a light function. • Connections for an auxiliary function. • 4-pin SUSI connector for additional special functions in DCC operation. • Short circuit protection for the motor outputs. • Overload protection for the light outputs. • Overload protection for the auxiliary function outputs. • Programming of additional settings by means of selection of the address "00", example: finer gradation of steps for pulse widths (monitoring variation), direction reversing. In Selectrix Operation: • 31 speed levels. • 111 addresses. • Block operation with simple diodes (1 or 2 stopping areas). • Braking operation with a braking diode. In DCC Operation: • Manual speed level selection 14/28 levels. • Automatic switching to 128 speed levels. • Addresses can be either 7 or 14 bits. • Braking operation with direct current and "broadcast-mode" brake generators Dimensions approximately 24.2 x 15.4 x 3.9 mm / 15/16" x 5/8" x 1/8".

$58.31

Trix 24085 MUSEUM CAR SET 2009

Prototype: Type G 02 boxcar with a brakeman's cab, used on the German Federal Railroad (DB). Privately owned car, painted and lettered for the firm Trix, Nürnberg, Germany. Lightweight Mercedes-Benz type L319 truck. Use: Transport of model railroad equipment. Model: Era III. The side walls have a vertical board structure. The sliding walls can be opened. The car has NEM coupler pockets with a close coupler mechanism. Length over the buffers 110 mm / 4-5/16". The model of the delivery truck is constructed of metal and has an exclusive paint scheme. One-time series. Available only at the Märklin World of Adventure Museum in Göppingen, Germany. For the 50th anniversary of Minitrix Trix is making an exception and dedicating the museum car for 2009 to itself in the series of well known firms in the region of Nürnberg. Original advertising themes from 1959 are represented. These themes were designed for the introduction of the models for playing on the floor that were still in a scale of 1:180. The paint and lettering for the delivery truck is also based on a graphical design for an original truck from the Fifties. Märklin AC wheel set 2 x 700150.

$43.95

Trix 22811 PPR CLASS GG-1 USA HEAVY ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE 2005

COMPLETELY SOLD OUT AT TRIX ... BUT AVAILABLE THROUGH US WHILE STOCK LASTS!Prototype: Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) class GG-1 heavy general-purpose locomotive. 4-6-6-4 wheel arrangement. Built by General Electric and Westinghouse starting in 1934. Originally in special Brunswick Green design with "feather stripes". Use: Freight trains and passenger trains on PRR main lines, later Penn Central, Conrail and Amtrak.Model: Era II and III. The locomotive has a die-cast metal frame and body. DCC digital decoder with a sound generator. Powerful can motor with centrally mounted, with a bell-shaped armature. 4 axles powered in the two power trucks. 4 traction tires. Articulated running gear with 2 power trucks and 2 pilot trucks, to enable the unit to negotiate sharp curves. The headlights will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. The headlights, engineer’s cab lights 1 and 2, acceleration and braking delay, and several operating sounds can be controlled digitally with Trix Systems or DCC. Powerful speaker. Large American design pantographs. Separately applied metal grab irons. RP 25 wheel sets. The couplers are compatible with the Kadee system. Length over couplers 280 mm / 11". This locomotive can be run on curved track with a radius as small as 360 mm / 14-3/16". However, we recommend a radius of 450 mm / 17-23/32" or more. A wider wiper for the pantograph may be necessary for operation under catenary mounted in a zigzag pattern or bent to follow a curve. A set of suitable wipers is available as a spare part: item no. 231801. Loewy’s Crocodile. In the 30’s in the middle of the deepest depression, the Pennsylvania Railroad PRR ventured to electrify their main routes in the eastern United States. The gigantic project included the repair and reinforcement of railway track, construction of new tunnels with greater clearance, as well as the integration of commuter lines. The first stretch extended from Washington via Baltimore, Wilmington, and Philadelphia to Penn Station in New York (including the commuter lines under the Hudson River). All that was missing was the suitable locomotive; up to that point the PRR’s long distance passenger trains were steam-powered. A multi-year test phase was begun. At the end of the tests a prototype built by General Electric and Baldwin in 1934 with a 4-6-6-4 wheel arrangement, was declared the winner. The GG-1’s data was impressive: 6 twin motors (a pair for each axle) put out a total of 3,445 kilowatts / 4620 horsepower with peaks even exceeding 5,965 kilowatts / 8000 horsepower. The pilot truck wheel diameter was 1.45 meters / 57 inches, the total weight 208 tons / 460,000 pounds, the length 23 meters / 79 feet 6 inches. The GG-1 reached speeds of 145 km/h /90 mph. The year before a designer, originally from France, applied for employment at the PRR. Most likely to get rid of him he was assigned to design the trash containers in Penn Station New York. The result was so impressive that he was invited to make a few suggestions for the design of the GG-1. Raymond Loewy pursued the task with thorough precision. Instead of the coarse, riveted superstructure assemblies of the prototype, he came up with a smooth-surface design. He provided an elegant, dynamic package for the mighty power of this machine. The superstructure assemblies gave the effect of being cast as single unit. They are harmoniously rounded and flow into each other without interruption. Five, sharply converging gold stripes on a dark green scheme underline the elegance. On the February 10, 1935, the PRR placed the electrified stretch between Washington and New York in operation. Thanks to its power reserves, the GG-1 shortened travel times and compressed the timetable. Consequently, the PRR also electrified its routes to the west. In total the PRR had 4,300 km / 2,677 miles under wire; this was more than 40 percent of the total electrified network of the USA. The PRR ran 3,500 passenger trains daily on its network. The 137 GG-1’s pulled more than 900 trains a day, including the prestigious express trains between New York and Washington. After being regeared, the GG-1 had a second career pulling freight trains which it usually did in m.u. operation.

$549.02

Trix 22342 NS CLASS 1215 DUTCH ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE BLUE 2007

COMPLETELY SOLD OUT AT TRIX ... BUT AVAILABLE THROUGH US WHILE STOCK LASTS! Prototype: Dutch State Railways (NS) Class 1200 heavy general-purpose locomotive. Original version in the standard blue paint scheme. Era III. Use: Passenger trains and heavy freight trains.Model: The locomotive has a die-cast metal frame and body. It has a digital decoder for DCC, Selectrix, and Trix Systems. The decoder can also be used in conventional operation. The locomotive has a 5-pole motor. 2 axles powered. 2 traction tires. The headlights / marker lights are maintenance-free LED's. The headlights / marker lights will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. The sound effect of a horn as well as the acceleration and braking delay can be controlled digitally. Brake hoses can be installed on the buffer beam. The locomotive has NEM coupler pockets. Length over the buffers 208 mm / 8-3/16". Highlights: Heavy metal construction. The body has been altered to reflect the early prototype: vents, cabs, doors, headlights. DCC/Selectrix decoder. Horn sound effect as a digital function.   This model is available in a 3-rail AC version in the Märklin assortment under item no. 37121.

$374.03

Trix 22149 DUTCH NS ACTS CLASS 1200 ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE 2008

COMPLETELY SOLD OUT AT TRIX ... BUT AVAILABLE THROUGH US WHILE STOCK LASTS!Prototype: Class 1200 heavy general-purpose locomotive. The locomotive is in the basic blue paint scheme with yellow stripes for the firm ACTS, used on the Dutch State Railways (NS). Use: Passenger trains and heavy freight trains.Model: Era V. The locomotive frame and boiler are die-cast metal. The locomotive has a digital decoder for DCC, Selectrix, and Trix Systems; it can also be used conventionally. The locomotive has a 5-pole motor. 2 axles powered. 2 traction tires. The headlights are maintenance-free, warm white LED's; the marker lights are LED's. They will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. The horn sound effect as well as the acceleration and braking delay can be controlled digitally. Brake hoses can be mounted on the buffer beam. The locomotive has NEM coupler pockets. Length over the buffers 208 mm / 8-3/16". One-time series!  

$385.03

Steiff 355219 JEMIMA PUDDLE DUCK BEATRIX POTTER 2018

made of finest mohair white standing 1-way jointed (head) with safety eyes stuffed with synthetic filling material limited edition of 2,000 pieces with gold-plated "Button in Ear" 30 cm / 12 inches surface washable brand new with numbered certificate of origin and limited edition box CAUTION! This product is not a toy and is intended for adult collectors only. Peter Rabbit and all associated characters ™ & © Frederick Warne & Co Limited. Peter Rabbit™, the Movie ©2018 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. All Rights Reserved. UPC: 4001505355219 The beloved classic character Peter Rabbit was brought to life in an all-new live-action/CG motion picture based on the series of books written and illustrated by Beatrix Potter. The mischievous Peter Rabbit and his family take over the farm, throwing an endless party of fruits, vegetables, and bad behavior, but when a younger, spryer and more fastidious McGregor arrives to claim his inheritance, Peter is determined to keep the party going at the farm. It’s not long before Peter realizes he has a formidable foe in the young McGregor, who is also falling for the local painter (and the rabbits’ surrogate mother), Bea. Now, Peter will stop at nothing to drive McGregor away as the two go to war over the garden and Bea’s affection.

$185.94

Steiff 355189 PETER RABBIT BEATRIX POTTER 2018

made of high quality alpaca brown/beige standing 3-way jointed (arms and head) with safety eyes stuffed with synthetic filling material limited edition of 2,000 pieces with gold-plated "Button in Ear" 29 cm / 11.6 inches surface washable brand new with numbered certificate of origin and limited edition box CAUTION! This product is not a toy and is intended for adult collectors only. Peter Rabbit and all associated characters ™ & © Frederick Warne & Co Limited. Peter Rabbit™, the Movie ©2018 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. All Rights Reserved. UPC: 4001505355189 The beloved classic character Peter Rabbit will be brought to life in an all-new live-action/CG motion picture based on the series of books written and illustrated by Beatrix Potter. The mischievous Peter Rabbit and his family take over the farm, throwing an endless party of fruits, vegetables, and bad behavior, but when a younger, spryer and more fastidious McGregor arrives to claim his inheritance, Peter is determined to keep the party going at the farm. It’s not long before Peter realizes he has a formidable foe in the young McGregor, who is also falling for the local painter (and the rabbits’ surrogate mother), Bea. Now, Peter will stop at nothing to drive McGregor away as the two go to war over the garden and Bea’s affection.

$251.95

Minitrix NUREMBERG 2009 L.E. 1ST DIESEL LOCOMOTIVE REPLICA 2009

Replica produced on occasion of 50 Years of Minitrix of the first diesel locomotive ever produced by Minitrix in 1959. This complete DIE-CAST METAL model was a so-called "carpet roller" meaning the locomotive has no motor and was supposed to be moved by hand. With special lettering on both sides of the loc: "50 - MINITRIX seit 1959" (MINITRIX since 1959).   60th Nuremberg International Toy Fair from February 05 to 10, 2009.ONLY AVAILABLE DURING THE INTERNATIONAL TOY FAIR IN NUREMBERG 2009

$44.01

Minitrix NUREMBERG 2008 L.E. PASS. CAR W. DIFFERENT PAINTS 2008

Passenger Car imprinted with 4 different Era Paint Schemes (Era II / III / IV / V). With special lettering: 59. Spielwarenmesse / International Toy Fair / Nuernberg 07 bis 12.02.2008) ONLY AVAILABLE DURING THE INTERNATIONAL TOY FAIR IN NUREMBERG 2008

$38.45

Minitrix NUREMBERG 2004 L.E. GONDOLA W. HINGED ROOF HATCHES 2004

With special imprint on weathered Gondola with Hinged Roof Hatches (55 Hochofenkalk Werkverkehr / 5. Feb. - 10. Feb. 2004 / Spielwarenmesse / International Toy Fair / Nuernberg) ONLY AVAILABLE DURING THE INTERNATIONAL TOY FAIR IN NUREMBERG 2004

$38.45

Minitrix NUREMBERG 2003 LIM.ED. STAKE CAR W. VOLKSWAGEN VAN 2003

Prototype: German Federal Railroad type Rmrs 31. Built starting in 1933 for the German State Railroad Company. Use: Transport of freight not sensitive to moisture. Model: Era III, car has close coupler mechanism. Length over buffers 80 mm / 3-1/8". With special imprint on both Stake Car (54. Spielwarenmesse / International Toy Fair / Nuernberg / 30. Jan. - 4. Feb. 2003) and Volkswagen Van (HAMBURGER STADRUNDFAHRTEN) in Special Limited Edition Box.ONLY AVAILABLE DURING THE INTERNATIONAL TOY FAIR IN NUREMBERG 2003

$38.45

Minitrix 18080 DB AG GONDOLA WITH SLIDING ROOF Taems 892

Prototype: German Railroad, Inc. (DB AG) type Taems 892 gondola with a sliding roof. Built starting in 1976. Model: The car has a close coupler mechanism. This car is for the new Minitrix Hobby program. Length over the buffers 88 mm / 3-7/16". Locomotives to go with this car are available under item numbers 16161 and 16233.

$18.69

Minitrix 16495 CLASS 151 ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE

Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) heavy freight locomotive road number 151 023-9. The locomotive looks as it did around 1988. Use: Freight and passenger trains. Highlights: Many sound functions. Warm white LEDs for lighting. Cab lighting. Headlights can be turned off. Model: The locomotive has a built-in digital decoder and sound generator for operation with DCC, Selectrix, and Selectrix 2. The motor has a flywheel. 4 axles powered. Traction tires. The triple headlights and dual red marker lights change over with the direction of travel. The locomotive has close coupler mechanisms. Length over the buffers 122 mm / 4-13/16".One-time series!    

$286.05

Minitrix 16303_15673 DB LUFTHANSA E-LOC 103.1 AND PASS. CAR SET

COMPLETELY SOLD OUT AT TRIX ... BUR AVAILABLE THROUGH US WHILE STOCK LASTS!Prototype 16303: German Federal Railroad (DB) class 103.1. In the special paint scheme for the German Lufthansa. C-C wheel arrangement. Built starting in 1970. Use: German Federal Railroad express train for Lufthansa customers for the route Frankfurt (M) Airport - Stuttgart.Prototype 15673: One type Avmz 106 passenger car and two type Bpmz 296 passenger cars painted and lettered as they looked in 1991 for the German Federal Railroad (DB) in the special paint scheme of German Lufthansa.Model 16303: The locomotive has a built-in digital decoder and sound generator for operation with DCC, Selectrix, and Selectrix 2. The locomotive has a motor with a flywheel. 4 axles powered. Traction tires. The headlights and marker lights change over with the direction of travel. Warm white LEDs are used for the lighting. The cab lighting and engine room lighting can be controlled digitally. The locomotive has a close coupler mechanism. It also has separately applied grab irons. All of the functions can also be controlled in the digital format SX2. Length over the buffers 122 mm / 4-13/16".Model 15673: The cars have tooling changes for airtight SIG diaphragms. The cars have close coupler mechanisms and built-in LED interior lighting. One type Bpmz car has LED marker lights that can be turned off. All of the cars are painted for the Lufthansa Airport Express of 1991. The cars have special book packaging for a stylish presentation, including a space for the 16303 locomotive that goes with these cars. Total length over the buffers 495 mm / 19-1/2". Highlights 16303: Sound including many functions. Warm white LEDs for lighting. Reworked trucks. Reworked battery boxes. Highlights 15673: Tooling changes. LED interior lighting. LED marker lights. Special book packaging. Product info: Lufthansa Airport Express is a registered brand of German Lufthansa, Inc., Cologne, Germany. All rights reserved regarding reproduction.Prototype information: When the newly constructed line from Stuttgart to Mannheim went into operation on July 2, 1991, it was planned that the Airport Express Stuttgart – Frankfurt Airport would take this route. However, due to the higher speed and above all the pressure problems in the numerous tunnels on this new line, the existing cars and locomotives could no longer be used here. Along with a decrease in the running time to 90 minutes came an expansion to four daily pairs of trains that were to be run with only one locomotive. Admittedly, two train sets were required due to the short turnaround times in Stuttgart. Airtight cars repainted to Lufthansa specifications were assigned to the Airport Express with electric locomotive 103 101, also painted to match the train, from the Frankfurt/Main District. The class 103 changed to the Lufthansa colors to match the cars in the train. Light Gray (RAL 7035) now dominated on the locomotive body and the roof hood. A narrow edge of Melon Yellow (RAL 1028) gleamed on the lower edge of the locomotive body at the transition to the bridge frame. This color continued in the upper part of the bridge frame. The older design ventilation grills kept their customary silver gray color. The lower part of the bridge frame including the buffer cladding and trucks have by contrast a dark gray color (NCS 8000). On the sides in the yellow area of the frame the lettering, "Lufthansa Airport Express", stood out and the DB emblem was located in a greatly reduced form only on the sides to the left next to the road number. Compared to the rolling stock road number 103 101 was not airtight and the schedules were therefore designed so that trains could not meet in the tunnel sections. The short turnaround times in Stuttgart then led to a "flying change" between the two car sets, usually consisting of three cars, which played out as follows: One car set stood on a track in readiness in the Stuttgart stub end station. The Airport Express coming from Frankfurt arrived on this track, the locomotive uncoupled from that train and coupled again to the cars already standing there in readiness. A switch engine pulled the car set just arrived to the coach yard to be readied for the next run and after a few minutes, the Airport Express could depart again. Unfortunately Lufthansa halted all service at "Elevation Zero" on May 23, 1993 and road number 103 101 was thereby underway for the last time on the day before.One-time series!

$528.10

Minitrix 16274 DB V 162 001 DIESEL LOCOMOTIVE 2018

Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) pre-production diesel locomotive road number V 162 001. Diesel hydraulic locomotive with electric train heating. In a crimson paint scheme as it looked around 1965. Use: Passenger and freight trains.Highlights: New tooling. Grab irons separately applied. Warm white LEDs for lighting. Cab lighting. Digital sound with many functions. Model: The locomotive has a built-in digital decoder and sound generator for operation with DCC, Selectrix, and Selectrix 2. The motor has a flywheel. 4 axles powered. Traction tires. The headlights and marker lights change over with the direction of travel. Warm white LEDs are used for lighting. The locomotive has cab lighting. All of the lighting can be controlled digitally. The locomotive has close coupler mechanisms. It also has separately applied grab irons. The locomotive has prototypical changes to the equipment with side vents and engine room windows as well as changes to the roof. Length over the buffers 102 mm / 4".One-time series!

$286.05

Minitrix 16233 DB AG LUDMILA DIESEL LOCOMOTIVE CLASS 232

COMPLETELY SOLD OUT AT TRIX, BUT AVAILABLE THROUGH US WHILE STOCK LASTS!Prototype: German Railroad, Inc. (DB AG) diesel locomotive, road number 232 365-7, C-C wheel arrangement, built starting in 1974 in the USSR for the German State Railroad (DR/GDR), nicknamed "Ludmilla". Starting in 1992 re-motored at Cottbus for passenger service at speeds of 140 km/h / 87 mph. Use: Heavy passenger and freight trains. Model: The locomotive has a built-in digital decoder and sound generator for operation with the formats DCC, Selectrix, and Selectrix 2. It also has a motor with a flywheel. 4 axles powered. Traction tires. Length over the buffers 126 mm / 4-15/16".   DCC SX2 SX Headlight(s) · · · Low Pitch Horn · · · Diesel locomotive op. sounds · ·   High Pitch Horn · ·   Direct control · ·   Sound of squealing brakes off · ·   Station Announcements · ·   Station Announcements · ·   Conductor's Whistle · ·   Station Announcements · ·   Ticket please · ·   Sanding · ·   Brake Compressor · ·   Letting off Air · ·   Highlights: Affordable model with sound from the new Hobby program.  

$220.04

Minitrix 16161 DB AG  CLASS 216 DIESEL LOCOMOTIVE

COMPLETELY SOLD OUT AT TRIX ... BUR AVAILABLE THROUGH US WHILE STOCK LASTS!Prototype: German Railroad, Inc. (DB AG) class 216 in the "Traffic Red" paint scheme. B-B wheel arrangement, built starting in 1964. Use: Passenger and freight trains. Model: The locomotive has a digital interface connector and a 5-pole motor. 4 axles powered. Traction tires. Length over the buffers 100 mm / 3-15/16". Highlights: Affordable model from the new Hobby program. The end of steam motive power becoming apparent as well as greater transportation services caused the DB at the end of the Fifties to order a medium performance (1,900 horsepower) general-purpose locomotive within the framework of its expanded type program. The following were specified as design features: a single-motor, four-axle locomotive with trucks with diesel hydraulic power transmission, a maximum speed of at least 120 km/h / 75 mph as well as sufficient train heating for an express train with ten cars. During test runs with the ten prototypes, it was apparent that different components such as the universal shafts had been made too weak in their dimensions. This was improved with reinforced components during the manufacture of the regular production locomotives delivered starting in 1964. In addition, the ends of road number V 160 010 were simpler to manufacture and were adopted to save costs in the same area. Plans for welded lightweight steel construction of the ends of the locomotive were discarded. Between the two cabs insulated against noise was an engine room with the propulsion layout, cooling group, and oil-fired forced-air boiler for the train heating. The engine room was accessible by means of a side corridor. A Voith fluid transmission was used to transmit the power. It had to be newly developed for motors of this performance class. Since a heavy 1,900 horsepower motor also had to be installed during regular production of the locomotive, the locomotive's weight increased by about three tons. With a wheel load of 20 tons, the V 160 was no longer a practical candidate for use on branch lines. Since there were now enough of the V 100 available for this purpose, this was no longer a problem. By 1969 a total of 214 regular production class V 160 (from 1968 on: class 216) had been delivered by the firms Krupp, Henschel, Klöckner-Humboldt-Deutz (KHD), Krauss-Maffei, and Maschinenbau AG Kiel (MaK). Half of them were equipped for multiple unit operation. In time, there were improvements to combat the noise with insulation of the cabs, elastic mounting of the motor and installation of more efficient noise damping insulation. The regular production class 216 locomotives bade farewell in February of 2004 when the last five units were put into storage. Seven units were equipped with Scharfenberg couplers as the class 226 and earned a living as ICE tow locomotives. In addition, the steam generator for the Webasto train heating and the corresponding counterbalance weights had to be removed. The last two of the locomotives modified in this way were taken out of service in July of 2005. Several 216 locomotives began a second career on private railroads or with construction firms (chiefly in Italy).

$110.01

Minitrix 15994 NS DUTCH WOOD CHIPS TRANSPORT FREIGHT CARSET

Prototype: 3 Dutch State Railways (Nederlandse Spoorwegen N.V. / NS) type Ealnos high side gondola. Use: Moisture-sensitive freight, here wood chips. Model: The cars have close coupler mechanisms and a freight load of wood chips. Total length over the buffers 294 mm / 11-9/16". Highlights: Tooling change. Freight load of wood chips. One-time series!

$110.01

Minitrix 15993 DB AG SCRAP TRANSPORT FREIGHT CAR SET

Prototype: 5 German Railroad, Inc. (DB AG) type EANOS high side gondolas. Use: Freight loads not sensitive to moisture, here scrap. Model: This is new tooling for the EANOS family of cars with different design features. All of the cars have close coupler mechanisms, are weathered, and have loads of scrap. Total length over the buffers 490 mm / 19-5/16". Highlights: New tooling. Different design features for the cars. Scrap loads.

$165.02

Minitrix 15966 │ 15967 DRG BAVARIAN EXPRESS TRAIN SET IN 1925

15966 Prototype: One type AB 4ü Bay 02 car, 1st/2nd class, built starting in 1905, and two type C 4ü Bay 08 cars, 3rd class, built starting in 1908, all painted and lettered for the German State Railroad Company (DRG). 15966 Model: The cars have close coupler mechanisms. Total length over the buffers 357 mm / 14-1/16". One-time series!15967 Prototype: Mitropa type WR 6ü dining car, built starting in 1906, and type Pw 4ü Bay 06 baggage car, built starting in 1908, all painted and lettered for the German State Railroad Company (DRG). 15967 Model: The cars have close coupler mechanisms. Total length over the buffers 240 mm / 9-7/16". One-time series! With the transfer of the German provincial railroads into the German state in 1920, the Free State of Bavaria received after appropriate negotiations a special status for the railroad operations in its area: The independent "Bavarian Group Administration ". For example, the Bavarian signal system continued to be valid and a free hand was granted more or less in the purchasing of locomotives and cars for the special needs of the Free State. The appearance, the paint schemes, and the lettering for motive power and cars documented the independence; they differed to a large degree from those in the rest of the German territory. The special position regarding paint schemes and lettering ended however around 1927, and other exceptions to the regulations were successively taken back by 1933 and ended in 1937 by law with the dissolution of the German State Railroad Company (DRG) and the creation of the German State Railroad. Bavaria was given the German State Railroad central office in Munich as a replacement for the special status that had been given up. This central office was responsible for procuring electric motive power for the entire German state.

$220.04

Minitrix 15961 Sgs 693 CONTAINER TRANSPORT FREIGHT CAR SET2018

Prototype: Three German Federal Railroad (DB) type Sgs 693 four-axle transport cars for combined load service. Each car loaded with 2 DB type Htt 6 domestic containers in different basic paint schemes. The cars look as they did around 1988.Model: All of the cars have close coupler mechanisms. The car frames and superstructures have details specific to the cars and separately applied details. Total length over the buffers 372 mm / 14-5/8". One-time series!

$132.02