FLEISCHMANN 414401 - Steam locomotive BR 54, DB, era III

FLEISCHMANN

FLEISCHMANN 414401 - Steam locomotive BR 54, DB, era III

The G 3/4 H class of the Bavarian State Railways were built between 1919 and 1923. They shared with the older G 3/4 N the superheated steam engine mechanism, the water preheater, the large and impressive boiler and the Adam type bearing axle. The locomotive was reclassified by the DRG as BR 54.15-17 and was at the time the most powerful in Europe with the 1'C wheel arrangement, and despite this also the most "saving" of all the previous ones. All 225 examples built went to the DRG and were classified under the running numbers 54 1501-1725. Most of the locomotives survived the Second World War. Conceived for freight trains, it was also used in passenger service. The last examples were in service at the Nuremberg depot Rbf Double dome variant
ACME 60592 - FS E.646 210 shuttle, line XMPR OML Milan, period V

ACME

ACME 60592 - FS E.646 210 shuttle, line XMPR OML Milan, period V

FS E.646 210 shuttle, XMPR line OML Milan, period V MTC21 decoder socket DCC Sound version see art.69592 "The E.646 shuttle XMPR locomotives were characterized by numerous small livery variants depending on the assignment depot; some they had the roof in a dark colour, others in aluminium, some had the upper vents in green as well as the side grilles could be clear or the color of the case.Even the applied FS logos differed in shape and color and all this made each car unique in its group. So we thought of an innovative production of a few dozen pieces for each single numbering by offering a range of various deposits scattered throughout the peninsula so that every enthusiast can find and choose the one they prefer."
ACME 60591 - FS E.646 127 shuttle, XMPR line with Type 3 front logo. IMR Firenze, period V

ACME

ACME 60591 - FS E.646 127 shuttle, XMPR line with Type 3 front logo. IMR Firenze, period V

ANALOG - "The E.646 shuttle XMPR locomotives were characterized by numerous small livery variants depending on the assignment depot; some had the roof in dark colour, others aluminium, some the upper vents in green as well as the side grilles could be clear or the color of the case. Even the FS logos applied differed in shape and color and all this made each machine unique in its group. So we thought of an innovative production of a few dozen pieces for each single numbering, offering a range of various deposits scattered throughout the peninsula so that every enthusiast can find and choose the one they prefer."
ACME 60590 - FS E.646 101 shuttle, XMPR line with white grids, OML Roma SL ep.V

ACME

ACME 60590 - FS E.646 101 shuttle, XMPR line with white grids, OML Roma SL ep.V

ANALOG - "The E.646 shuttle XMPR locomotives were characterized by numerous small livery variants depending on the assignment depot; some had the roof in dark colour, others aluminium, some the upper vents in green as well as the side grilles could be clear or the color of the case. Even the FS logos applied differed in shape and color and all this made each machine unique in its group. So we thought of an innovative production of a few dozen pieces for each single numbering, offering a range of various deposits scattered throughout the peninsula so that every enthusiast can find and choose the one they prefer."
TRIX HO 22175 V 160 DB Digital Sound Diesel Locomotive

TRIX

TRIX HO 22175 V 160 DB Digital Sound Diesel Locomotive

Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) class V 160 "Lollo" general-purpose locomotive in pre-series design. Prototype paintwork in the delivery condition with crimson locomotive body and stone gray band in the upper area of the ventilation grilles and windows. Different arrangement of the air intakes and windows on the respective sides faithfully to the prototype. It looks as it did around 1961/1962.Model: With DCC digital decoder and extensive sound functions. Regulated high-performance motorization with centrally installed flywheel. All 4 axes driven by motor via cardan joints. Grip hoops. Triple headlights and 2 red rear lights that change over with the direction of travel in conventional operation, switchable digitally. Lighting with maintenance-free warm white light-emitting diodes (LED). Metal handrails shown laterally and frontally. Detailed buffer crossbar. Pluggable brake hoses are included. Length over the buffers 18.4 cm.
Peak 52440 diesel locomotive d141 fs epoch IV lok no d141.1019

PIKO

Peak 52440 diesel locomotive d141 fs epoch IV lok no d141.1019

FS diesel locomotive D.141 1019 Dep.Loc. Padua, with black handrails, red sandboxes and yellow lettering, underbody, trolleys and walkable floor in brown, wonderful, white/red LED lights that change according to the direction of travel, illuminated control panel also in analogue, light in the cabin can be activated in DCC, set up for digital system via Plux22 decoder, set up for sound, various combinations of light configuration in DCC, maneuver and service announcements in Italian (only for version 52442) Nem system, Length Cm. Ep. IIIb/IV, Scale H0.
jagerndorfer 29500 - OBB Locomotiva elettrica 1216 014-1 Railjet High End Edition

JAGERNDORFER

jagerndorfer 29500 - OBB Locomotiva elettrica 1216 014-1 Railjet High End Edition

JÄGERNDORFER 29500: H0 scale reproduction of the electric locomotive Taurus 1216 Railjet of the ÖBB E190 014-1. Era VI. Analog version. High end edition. Reversal of lights according to the direction of travel. Taillight switch-off on both sides. Headlight with high beam and lights in the cabin, epoch VI PluX22 digital interface Finally, not only on the Italian railway network, but also on your models, you can make Railjet Italia travel. This live train provides daily services from Venice to Vienna and from Brenner to Vienna, in its typical 7-part composition. In addition to the dedicated Taurus, it can be reproduced by purchasing the sets indicated below, which are offered in two different versions, "Basic" and "High end". The Taurus E190 014 JC29500 "High end", in addition to the basic equipment of the Taurus E190 018 JC29100 "Basic", is equipped with a light in the cab. The “High-end” sets of cars are equipped with internal lighting as standard and electrically operated couplings. In both versions, for the digital management of the carriages, a function decoder must be inserted in the semi-pilot.
jagerndorfer collection RAILJET OBB 059 3TLG HIGH END SCALA HO

JAGERNDORFER

jagerndorfer collection RAILJET OBB 059 3TLG HIGH END SCALA HO

jagerndorfer collection RAILJET OBB 059 3TLG HIGH END EDITION OBB Railjet Set Hight End Edition with first class driving coach, one economy class intermediate coach and one economy intermediate coach with family zone compartment, version that regularly circulates in Italy, with electrically driven couplers and internal lighting, white red LED lights for the pilot car, third active headlight, predisposition for digital system via 8-pole decoder, Sistama Nem, Ep. VI, Length <91.7> cm. ,HO SCALE
Trix 22343 - Locomotiva Diesel Vossloh G 2000 BB -SERFER- DCC SOUND

TRIX

Trix 22343 - Locomotiva Diesel Vossloh G 2000 BB -SERFER- DCC SOUND

Trix 22343 - Diesel Locomotive Vossloh G 2000 BB -SERFER- DCC SOUND H0 T22343 Diesel Locomotive Vossloh G 2000 BB. Prototype: Vossloh G 2000 BB heavy diesel locomotive with symmetrical driver's cab. Locomotive of the Italian railway company SERFER, Servizi Ferroviari SrL Operating condition from Era VI. Model: With Digital Decoder and extensive sound and light functions. Motorization with high performance regulation with flywheel mass incorporated centrally. All 4 axles driven by the engine via universal joints. Grip hoops. Triple headlight and 2 red tail lights switched depending on the direction of travel, in conventional operation, digitally switchable. Headlights on locomotive headers 2 and 1 can each be deactivated separately digitally. When the headlight on both locomotive ends is deactivated, on both sides then double-A headlight functionality. Driver's cab lighting can be switched separately digitally for each driver's cab. Illumination with maintenance-free warm white and red light emitting diodes (LEDs). Numerous separately applied details. Frame railings on the longitudinal metal sides. Detailed buffer crossbar. Plug-in brake hoses are included. The enclosed front fairings can additionally be mounted on the buffer crosspiece. Length over the buffers 20 cm.
25511 ELECTROMOTOR BE4/6 SBB ERA III DCC SOUND TRIX

TRIX

25511 ELECTROMOTOR BE4/6 SBB ERA III DCC SOUND TRIX

25511 ELEKTROMOTIVE BE4/6 SBB EPOCH III DCC SOUND TRIX Prototype: Electric locomotive Be 4/6 of the Swiss Federal Railways (SBB). Locomotive from the first series. Spruce green basic paint scheme with gray running frame. With rod buffers, driver's cab end doors with communication flaps, with sand spreading system, with illegal driving signal and with Integra-Signum magnet. Side cooling coils with 6 vertical supports. Locomotive running number 12306. It looks as it did around 1950. Highlights Highly detailed metalwork. Digital decoder with extensive operating and sound functions. Digitally switchable driver's cab and machine compartment lighting. Additional red drive authorization signal, digitally switchable. Model: With digital decoder and extensive sound and light functions. Regulated high-performance motorization with centrally mounted flywheel mass. Respectively both driving wheels and blind axle in both bogies driven by the engine via cardan joints. Grip hoops. Articulated chassis adaptable to curves. Triple headlights and 1 white marker light (Swiss light switching), direction-dependent, conventional function, digitally switchable. Illumination switchable to 1 red rear light for solo driving. Drive authorization signal can be switched digitally separately. The headlights on locomotive ends 2 and 1 can each be switched off digitally separately. Double-A light functionality. Additional driver's cab lighting and machine compartment lighting can each be switched digitally separately. Lighting with maintenance-free light-emitting diodes (LED) in warm white and red light. Highly detailed metal construction with numerous separately applied details, such as cooling lines for transformer oil. Reproduction of the driver's cab and machinery compartment. With sand spreading system on the drive wheel units. Detailed roof equipment with heaters, roof pipes, insulators, lightning protection coils and roof deck boards as well as single-track pantograph sockets. Minimum practicable radius 360 mm. Brake hoses, imitation coupling bolts and access ladders are included. Length over the buffers 18.9 cm.
Trix 22735 Locomotive br 193 epoch VI

TRIX

Trix 22735 Locomotive br 193 epoch VI

Trix 22735 Locomotive br 193 epoch VI Trix 22735 - Electric locomotive class 193 Prototype: Electric locomotive class 193, leased to SBB Cargo International. Multi-voltage locomotive with 4 pantographs on the roof. Locomotive running number 193 525-3 with eye-catching advertising decoration such as "Hollandpiercer", operating condition 2020. With mfx/DCC decoder and extensive sound and light functions. Striking advertising decoration such as "Hollandpiercer". Model: Electric locomotive in metal design, with mfx/DCC digital decoder and extensive sound functions. Special motor, centrally installed. 4 axes driven by motor via cardan joints. Grip hoops. Triple headlights and 2 red marker lights, direction-dependent, conventional function, digitally switchable. The headlights on locomotive ends 2 and 1 can each be switched off digitally separately. When the header signal is deactivated on both locomotive ends, the double-A light functions on both sides. Illumination with warm white and red light-emitting diodes (LEDs). 4 mechanically operated pantographs on the roof. Length over the buffers 21.8 cm.
ITALIAN ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE E 424109 HO

MARKLIN

ITALIAN ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE E 424109 HO

ITALIAN ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE E 424109 HO Prototype: Italian State Railways (FS) class E 424 electric locomotive. Chestnut/Isabella coloring. With pantograph sockets. Locomotive running number E 424 109. Operating condition of Era III. Highlights: A Märklin classic from the 1960s. Packaging refers to the colored locomotive packaging of the time. Up to date with mfx digital decoder. Model: New edition of a Märklin classic. With mfx digital decoder. Motorization with high performance regulation. 2 motor driven axles. Grip hoops. Direction-dependent dual headlights, conventional function, digitally switchable. Locomotive shell and metal running frame. On both sides of the locomotive lug hooks with pre-release. Packaging with colored depiction of the locomotive, referring to the historic packaging of the time. Length over the buffers 17.5 cm. The "Tin Plate" passenger car set to go with this class 424 electric locomotive can be found in the Märklin H0 assortment under item number 40360. One-time series.
ROCO ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE 193.258

ROCO

ROCO ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE 193.258

Electric locomotive 193.258 of the European Locomotive Leasing (ELL) leased to SBB Cargo International, epoch VI. With the new Flachbahn railway and the opening of the Gotthard Base Tunnel (GBT), the requirements for Swiss freight transport have changed. Now multi-system locomotives are required for continuous traction of trains from the North Sea to Italy. With the leasing of Vectron MS locomotives from the Viennese leasing company ELL Austria GmbH by SBB Cargo International, this increase in efficiency was implemented in 2017. The machines are equipped for operations in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy and the Netherlands (DACHINL).
Marklin 37875 - Class Re 420 electric locomotive

MARKLIN

Marklin 37875 - Class Re 420 electric locomotive

Prototype: Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) electric freight locomotive. Coloration for the 175th anniversary of the Swiss Railways Highlights Metal execution Numerous details shown. mfx+ World of Games decoder with extensive operating and sound functions. Model: With mfx+ digital decoder and extensive light and sound functions. Regulated high-performance motorization with centrally integrated flywheel mass. 4 axes driven by motor via cardan joints. Grip hoops. Triple headlights and 1 white marker light (Swiss light switching), direction-dependent, conventional function, digitally switchable. Illumination switchable to 1 red rear light for solo driving. The headlights on locomotive ends 2 and 1 can each be switched off digitally separately. Double-A light as red emergency stop signal. Spotlight, driver's cab lighting and machine compartment lighting can each be switched digitally separately. Lighting with maintenance-free light-emitting diodes (LED) in warm white and red light. Metal handrails shown laterally and frontally. Hooks replaceable with the included front fairings. Length over the buffers 17.1 cm.
Marklin 39321 - Diesel Locomotive, series V 320

MARKLIN

Marklin 39321 - Diesel Locomotive, series V 320

Marklin 39321 - Diesel Locomotive 320 001-1 Prototype: Heavy class 320 diesel locomotive, with wind deflectors in the driver's cab windows and ground-train radio antenna. Basic color yellow. Private railway locomotive of the company Wiebe Holding GmbH & Co. KG. Locomotive road number 320 001-1. Operating condition around 2015. Prototype-compliant mold variations. Locomotive chassis and body mostly made of metal. Fans of the mobile fans digitally switchable in pairs. Driver's cab lighting and machine compartment lighting can be switched digitally. mfx+ decoder from the "World of Games" with a variety of light and sound functions. Model: With mfx+ digital decoder and extensive sound and light functions. 2 loudspeakers for optimal reproduction of the locomotive sound effects. Regulated high-performance motorization with centrally integrated flywheel mass. Respectively two axles in each carriage driven by the motor through cardan joints. Grip hoops. Triple headlights and two red marker lights that change with the direction of travel, conventional function, digitally switchable. The headlights on locomotive ends 2 and 1 can each be switched off digitally separately. Double-A light functionality. Driver's cab lighting and machine compartment lighting can each be switched digitally separately. Lighting with maintenance-free light-emitting diodes (LED) in warm white and red light. 4 fan impellers each driven by their own motor and separately switchable in pairs digitally. Possible different fan speeds of the fans. Metal handrails shown laterally and frontally. Detailed buffer crossbar. Pluggable brake hoses and coupling designs are included. Length over the buffers 26.4 cm. Freight car sets to match can be found under item numbers 48459 and 48460 in the Märklin H0 assortment as well as under item number 24142 in the Trix H0 assortment, with details of the required AC wheel sets. You can find this model in a DC version in the Trix H0 assortment under item number 22434. One-time series.