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Märklin 2007 Summer Items

Following are the new 2007 H0 Engines announced by Märklin.
Prices do not include shipping from ToToTrains to you. Applicable taxes apply.
ToToTrains is not liable for typo's, or any change in price or delivery due to the manufacturers decision(s).

 


Märklin H0 00759: Set with 24 Freight Cars in a Display

Prototype: 4 German Federal Railroad (DB) freight car types. Type Gs boxcar for less-than-carload-lot service. Type Klm low side car for transporting vehicles. Privately owned tank car for petroleum oil products. Type Kbs stake car for transporting machinery.

Model: The 4 car types come in an attractive display, 6 of each car type, with different car numbers. The cars have Relex couplers. Length over the buffers for each car 11.5 cm / 4-1/2". Each car comes individually packaged in its own marked box, 6 boxcars. 00759-01 to 00759-06. 6 low side cars. Automobile models in different colors. 00759-07 to 00759-12. 6 tank cars. 00759-13 to 00759-18. 6 stake cars. 00759-19 to 00759-24.

Highlights:
24 attractive cars from which to choose.
All of the models in a Hobby version.
Many car numbers for long trains.
At your authorized dealer in a display you can see.
One-time series.

DC wheel set per car 2 x 700580.

Price: $280.00

 

 



Märklin H0 00761: Set with 24 Freight Cars in a "Farming" Display

Prototype: 2 German Federal Railroad (DB) freight car types. Type Omm 52 high side gondola from the sugar beet harvest. Type X05 low side car for transporting different types of farm vehicles.

Model: The 2 car types come in an attractive display, 6 and 18 of each car type respectively, with different car numbers. Each car comes individually packaged in its own marked box, 6 high side gondolas with load inserts. Length over the buffers 11.5 cm / 4-1/2". 00761-01 to 00761-06. 18 low side cars with vehicles. Length over the buffers 10.7 cm / 4-3/16". 6 cars with Deutz tractor models. 00761-07 to 00761-12. 6 cars with Hanomag delivery truck models. 00761-13 to 00761-18. 6 cars with Unimog U 406 models. 00761-19 to 00761-24.

Highlights:
24 attractive cars from which to choose.
All of the models in a regular Märklin H0 version.
Many car numbers for long trains.
At your authorized dealer in a display you can look at.
One-time series.

DC wheel set per car 2 x 700580.

Price: $569.00

 

 


Märklin H0 36890: Electric Locomotive

Prototype: German Railroad, Inc. (DB AG) general-purpose class 185 locomotive. Version with 2 pantographs. Free advertising theme for the beer brand Schöfferhofer.

Model: The locomotive is constructed of metal with many cast-in details. The total design of the locomotive is ideal for model railroad operation. The locomotive has a digital decoder and a special motor. 4 axles powered through cardan shafts. 2 traction tires. The headlights are diodes; they will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. The acceleration and braking delay can be controlled with the 6021 Control Unit or Märklin Systems. The locomotive has adjustable running characteristics. It also has 2 pantographs that can be raised and lowered (they are not wired to take power from catenary). Length over the buffers 21.7 cm / 8-1/2".

Highlights:
Metal construction.
Exclusive advertising theme.
One-time series.

This locomotive is only available in Germany.

"The small black locomotive ..." The high quality design and the original advertising for this tingly Weizen beer are familiar to and recognized by more than just beer connoisseurs. The young woman with the attractive belly button and the French accent is now creating a sensation on our H0 track.

With the purchase of this locomotive you will receive a "Schöfferhofer" Weizen beer glass in the size and with the design you would see in a tavern or restaurant (0.5 liters).

Price: Please call

 

 


Märklin H0 37074: Tank Locomotive

Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) class 78 fast passenger locomotive. Version before 1955 with dual headlights.

Model: The locomotive comes with an mfx decoder and controlled high-efficiency propulsion. 3 axles powered. 2 traction tires. The headlights will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. The acceleration and braking delay can be controlled with a 6021 Control Unit or with Märklin Systems. The locomotive has numerous separately applied details. Length over the buffers 16.9 cm / 6-5/8".

Highlights:
mfx decoder included for all Märklin modes of operation.

The fast class T 18 tank locomotives from Prussia, Württemberg, and Saarland made up the class 78.0 on the German State Railroad. Over 80% of this roster, or 424 units, came to the German Federal Railroad. They were used primarily in regional service with and starting in 1953 they were ideal motive power for passenger trains with the "new" three-axle rebuild cars, which were authorized for speeds up to 90 km/h / 56 mph. These "partnerships" were maintained in some cases for almost 20 years. After that, the class 78 locomotives were gathered in the Stuttgart District and were retired one by one until 1974.

The rebuild car pairs, item nos. 43172, 43182, and 43192, form the passenger train for the class 78 model.

Price: $319.00

 

 


Märklin H0 37523: Electric Locomotive

Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) class E 52 express locomotive.

Model: The locomotive has an mfx digital decoder, controlled high-efficiency propulsion and a sound effects generator. 2 axles powered. 4 traction tires. The headlights will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. The locomotive whistle as well as the acceleration and braking delay can be controlled with the 6021 Control Unit or Märklin Systems. The engine room has interior details. Length over the buffers 19.8 cm / 7-13/16".

Highlights:
mfx decoder and electric locomotive whistle.
Older style pantographs painted in red.

The abundance of water power from the mountains enabled the development and operation of electric locomotives very early on in Bavaria. The highpoint of this development was surely the EP 5, later designated as the E 52. Designed for heavy passenger service on steep grades, these locomotives had four traction motors and a continuous power rating of 1,660 kilowatts or 2,226 hp at a maximum speed of 90 km/h or 56 mph. A total of 35 units of the 140 metric ton EP 5 were built. It was delivered in 1924 in the brown paint scheme of the Bavarian Group Administration but was soon repainted in the gray German State Railroad paint scheme. The DB acquired 29 units and they were initially painted in "bottle" green. Only part of the 22 units that reached Era IV were painted in "chrome oxide" green and all were spared the ocean blue paint scheme.

Price: $319.00

 

 


Märklin H0 37613: Double Diesel Locomotive

Prototype: Double unit American Locomotive Company (ALCO) class PA-1 heavy diesel locomotive. Diesel electric propulsion. Southern Pacific Railroad "Daylight" paint scheme.

Model: This double locomotive has an mfx decoder, 2 controlled high-efficiency propulsion systems, a sound effects generator, and auxiliary functions. Two axles powered in each locomotive, with traction tires. The headlights and the lighted number boards will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. The diesel locomotive operating sounds, horn sound, bell sound, as well as the acceleration and braking delay can be controlled with the 6021 Control Unit or Märklin Systems. The sound of squealing brakes, and the Mars light in the direction of travel can be controlled with Märklin Systems. The locomotive has a powerful speaker. Both locomotives have special electrical and mechanical connections. There are close couplers in standard coupler pockets at both ends; they can be replaced with American couplers or pilot skirting. Minimum radius for operation 360 mm / 14-3/16". Length over the couplers 47.2 cm / 18-9/16".

Highlights:
Double locomotive constructed of metal.
A heavy unit with impressive pulling power.
Two synchronized high-efficiency propulsion systems.
mfx decoder with light and sound functions.
Great sound: diesel motor, bell, horn, brakes.
One-time series.

Trains in California. The Southern Pacific's Daylight concept first appeared in 1937 with the "Coast Daylight" train between the railroad's home town in San Francisco and Los Angeles. The cars were painted with broad bands in gleaming orange and light red on a dark background; the marvelous "Golden State" class steam locomotives were painted in a similar fashion. Other trains in the Daylight series followed such as the "Sacramento Daylight", the "Noon Daylight" or the overnight train "Sunset Limited". From 1953 on, the GS-2 to GS-5 "Northern" locomotives (4-8-4 wheel arrangement) as the motive power for the Daylight trains were replaced by diesel locomotives. In addition to the EMD E and F type locomotives, the majestic ALCO PA engines were the chief motive power for the trains. Over 60 of this locomotive design were finally delivered for the SP and its subsidiary companies in the Daylight colors. Locomotives for other trains also ran in this design, which was brand identification for the Southern Pacific well into the Sixties. After that, these locomotives were given a simpler but striking red-gray paint scheme. With the reorganization of national passenger service by Amtrak, several Daylight trains were still run after 1971, but only in the silver standard design and, most importantly, without the famous ALCO PA locomotives. Amtrak did not take these great machines into its motive power roster of passenger locomotives. The Southern Pacific used part of the PA series in freight service and traded part in towards new locomotives.

Price: $599.00

 

 


Märklin H0 43172: Pair of Passenger Cars

Prototype: Type BC3yge, 2nd/3rd class, and type C3yge, 3rd class, rebuild cars. Permanently coupled double cars. Version from the class reform of 1955.

Model: The cars have plug-in couplers in NEM coupler pockets between the car halves. Length over the buffers 30.5 cm / 12".

Highlights:
Prototypical "Little Pairs".
Version from 1953/54: 3rd class seating and a "bottle green" paint scheme.
One-time series.

Rebuild Program. At the start of the Fifties, the new DB had more than 20,000 passenger cars from the former provincial railroads, and these cars were of limited use only due to wear and tear or war damage. The rebuilding of German under the Federal Republic demanded cars for commuter service, but the finances were lacking for such an extensive effort, and designs were not ready for new commuter cars. The solution was an extensive rebuilding program, which was used starting in 1953 to produce standard design, modern, reasonably priced cars from the different provincial railroad car types. The three-axle frames were standardized and had new, flat wall bodies built on them with three different interiors: 3rd class, 2nd and 3rd class, as well as 3rd class with a baggage area. The cars were always assembled in pairs and wired symmetrically. In this way, they corresponded to the length of the new cars being built with a length of 26.4 meters / 86 feet 7-3/8 inches. Six thousand five hundred individual cars were built in 5 years, and they made up passenger trains and fast passenger trains ("Eilzüge") in all of West Germany until the beginning of the Eighties.

DC wheel set 4 x 700580, 2 x 406240.

The models under item numbers 43172, 43182 and 43192 represent the typical rebuild car combinations. The 37074 fast tank locomotive is an ideal choice for an early Era III passenger train with these cars.

Price: $59.00

 

 


Märklin H0 43182: Pair of Passenger Cars

Prototype: Two each type C3yge, 3rd class, rebuild cars. Permanently coupled double cars. Version from the class reform of 1955.

Model: The cars have plug-in couplers in NEM coupler pockets between the car halves. Length over the buffers 30.5 cm / 12".

One-time series.

Go together with 43172 and 43192.

DC wheel set 4 x 700580, 2 x 406240.

Price: $59.00

 

 


Märklin H0 43192: Pair of Passenger Cars

Prototype: Type C3yge, 3rd class, and C3Pwyge, 3rd class with a baggage area, rebuild cars. Permanently coupled double cars. Version from the class reform of 1955.

Model: The cars have plug-in couplers in NEM coupler pockets between the car halves. Length over the buffers 30.5 cm / 12".

One-time series.

Go together with 43172 and 43182.

DC wheel set 4 x 700580, 2 x 406240.

Price: $59.00

 



Märklin H0 46527: Set with 6 Tank Cars

Prototype: Standard design tank cars, used on the German Federal Railroad (DB). Older design with stamped sheet metal trucks and a brakeman's cab or a brakeman's platform. Privately owned cars painted and lettered for the oil companies BP and ARAL.

Model: The cars have special quiet running trucks. The cars have separately applied ladders and catwalks. Length over the buffers 14.2 cm / 5-9/16". All of the cars have different car numbers and come individually packaged and marked. BP, silver: 46527-1 to 46527-3. ARAL, blue: 46527-4 to 46527-6.

Highlights:
Different car numbers.
Each car individually packaged.
One-time series.

DC wheel set per car 4 x 32376004.

Price: $215.00

 

 


Märklin 1-scale 58219: Set with 3 German State Railroad Freight Cars

Prototype: Different German State Railroad Company (DRG) freight cars. Type H10 "Regensburg" pair of load cradle flat cars for transporting logs. Type K15 "Wuppertal" gondola with hinged roof hatches. "Berlin" design oil tank car as a privately owned car.

Model: The load cradle flat cars have a load of real wood the full length of these cars. Total length over the buffers 55.0 cm / 21-5/8". The gondola with hinged roof hatches has hatches that can be opened and closed. Length over the buffers 20.5 cm / 8-1/16". The tank car has an authentic paint scheme and lettering for the firm OLEX. Length over the buffers 27.5 cm / 10-13/16". Minimum track radius for operation 600 mm / 23-5/8".

Highlights:
Old-timer cars for Era II freight trains.
Can be used on small layouts too.
One-time series.

Each model comes individually packaged.

These German State Railroad cars go well in a freight train with the new Insider model of the class 96 tank locomotive (item no. 55961).

Price: $550.00

 

 

Märklin H0 60760: Digital High Efficiency Propulsion Set

This is a set for installation in a locomotive and comes with a controlled digital decoder and a powerful motor (tuning kit). It will fit into most Märklin H0 locomotives with drum-style commutator motors. The decoder has 80 programmable addresses, automatic switching between the modes of operation, a load compensation feature, and a digitally controlled connection for headlights / marker lights that change over with the direction of travel. The acceleration and braking delay can be controlled with a 6021 Control Unit or with Märklin Systems. The motor has a 5-pole armature, a powerful permanent magnet field, and a pre-installed bearing plate. Installation hardware is included. Decoder dimensions 25 x 17 x 6 mm / 1" x 11/16" x 1/4".

Highlights:
Compact design, controlled digital decoder.
Powerful 5-pole Märklin motor to replace an existing motor.
Easy upgrade for many older locomotives.
Replacement for the mechanical reverse unit.
Replacement for older digital decoders without the control feature.
A great price!

Limited rerun, available only as long as supplies last.

Important Note! The manufacturer's warranty can only be covered, when this high efficiency propulsion set has been installed by an authorized dealer. The warranty provisions are invalid if non-original Märklin components are used or if other makes of products not authorized by Märklin are used.

Price: $46.50

 

 

Märklin H0 72021: 72021 Current-Conducting Couplers

Operating close coupler with single-pole electrical connection for lighted passenger cars. This coupler can be used for cars with the lengths 26.4 cm / 10-3/8", 27.0 cm / 10-5/8", and 28.2 cm / 11-1/8" that are ready for lighting kits. These couplers can be used when you are installing the 73400 lighting kit. One car in the consist requires a 73404, 73406, or 73406 pickup shoe. Contents: 2 close couplers for standard coupler pockets with contacts, 2 sets of contacts for the coupler shafts, 1 ground spring for the truck, 2 wires for connections, and instructions are included. You have reliable connections with snap-in contacts. You can couple and uncouple a car with this coupler manually on a layout; these couplers will also couple with regular close couplers without electrical contacts.

Price: $11.75

 

 

Märklin H0 74444: Digital Turnout Mechanism Set

Complete installation set for all C Track turnouts (except the 24630 three-way turnout). This set consists of the 74490 electric turnout mechanism and the 74460 installation decoder.

Highlights:
Complete set at a great price.
Ideal for digital starter sets and for the C Track extension program.
Easy installation with plug-in contacts.

Limited offer until the end of 2007. Available as long as supplies last.

Price: $34.50