[Marklin: 37607]


German Federal Railroad (DB) class 601 TEE diesel powered rail car train. 2 type Dü powered end cars with a baggage compartment and 2 type Aü compartment cars, 1st class. In the classic crimson/beige TEE paint scheme. Train route: Munich - Kufstein - Innsbruck - Brenner - Bozen - Trento - Verona - Milan, as TEE 85 "Mediolanum". The train looks as it did around 1971.

Model: This is a 4 unit train. It has an mfx digital decoder and extensive sound functions. Each powered end car has controlled high efficiency propulsion. 1 truck powered on both axles powered for each powered end car. Traction tires. The train has factory-installed interior lighting. The 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 interior lighting and the headlights are maintenance-free warm white LEDs. The power is picked up in the front powered end car, depending on the direction of travel. There are special multi-conductor current-conducting couplings and tightly fitting diaphragms with guide mechanisms between the cars. A reproduction of the closed Scharfenberg coupler (non-working) is at both ends of the train. Train length over the couplers 88 cm / 34-5/8".

Sx Mobile
DCC Mobile
Station 2
Headlight(s) · · · ·
Interior lights · · · ·
Diesel locomotive op. sounds · · · ·
Horn · · · ·
Direct control · · · ·
Sound of squealing brakes off · · ·
Surrounding sounds · · ·
Doors Closing · · ·
Conductor's Whistle · · ·
Operating Sounds 1 · ·
Blower motors · ·
Brake Compressor · ·
Operating Sounds 2 · ·
Operating Sounds 3 · ·


  • The powered end cars and the intermediate cars are constructed chiefly of metal.
  • mfx decoder with extensive sound functions.
  • Warm white LEDs for the lighting.
  • Intermediate cars constructed largely of metal.
  • Factory-installed interior lighting with warm white LEDs.
  • Also, lighted table lamps in the dining area.

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