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Märklin 2009 New Items: H0 Electric Engines

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There are two prices for each item. The first price is for items that are ordered before February 27th, the second price is for items ordered after February 27. Some items sell out very fast (especially Limited Editions, 150 Year Märklin Items and MHI items), so please place your order as early as possible.

 


Märklin H0: 31859 "150 Years of Märklin" Crocodile Set.

ToToTrains price: SOLD OUT. Only a very small number of these sets were allocated to the USA. I have already received quite some orders for this set, but I am going to have to disappoint you (and have notified the people that tried to order this item). You will have to try to obtain this item through some European dealer and it hurts me deeply to tell you that this will be almost impossible as well. Be carefull about ordering this item from a non-authorized dealer!

Prototype: 3 different class Ce 6/8 III Swiss "Crocodile" freight locomotives. Design with Winterthur diagonal drive rod propulsion. 1 white version lettered for the New York Central Lines, based on a hand sample produced by Märklin as a unique item in the Thirties for the USA, 1 brown version lettered for the Swiss Federal Railways (SBB/CFF/FFS) as it originally looked around 1930, and 1 pine green version lettered for the Swiss Federal Railways (SBB/CFF/FFS) as it looked in early Era III before 1956.

Model:
1. White Crocodile: The locomotive has an mfx digital decoder. It has controlled propulsion. The locomotive also has a large, centrally mounted motor. 6 axles and 2 jackshafts powered. Traction tires. The locomotive has articulated running gear for better negotiation of curves. It has a 3-part metal body with hoods that can swing out. The triple headlights will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. The locomotive has the Swiss headlight / marker light changeover. This locomotive is a heavy metal version based on the legendary Märklin model 3015. Length over the buffers 26.6 cm / 10-1/2".
2. Green Crocodile: The locomotive has an mfx digital decoder. It has controlled propulsion. The locomotive also has a large, centrally mounted motor. 6 axles and 2 jackshafts powered. Traction tires. The locomotive has articulated running gear for better negotiation of curves. It has a 3-part metal body with hoods that can swing out. The triple headlights will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. The locomotive has the Swiss headlight / marker light changeover. This locomotive is a heavy metal version based on the legendary Märklin model 3015. Length over the buffers 26.6 cm / 10-1/2".
3. Brown Crocodile: The locomotive has an mfx digital decoder and a sound generator. It has controlled Softdrive Sine propulsion and , a maintenance-free compact design motor. 3 axles and a jackshaft powered. Traction tires. The locomotive has articulated running gear for better negotiation of curves. It has a 3-part metal body with hoods that can swing out. The locomotive has detailed roof equipment. The headlights / marker light are maintenance-free, warm white LEDs. The triple headlights will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. The locomotive has the Swiss headlight / marker light changeover. Length over the buffers 23.0 cm / 9-1/16".

Features: Headlight(s), Direct control, Headlight(s), Direct control, Marker light(s), Locomotive whistle and Direct control.

Highlights:
Reproduction of a Märklin classic for the 150th anniversary of Märklin.
Metal construction.
mfx decoder.
Prestigious collector case.
Certificate of authenticity included.
One-time series.

"Crocodiles". The Swiss mountain locomotives that pulled heavy freight trains over the Gotthard grades were known as "Crocodiles". The design (articulated hoods, extended shape) and the color green was the source of the name. When traversing combinations of turnouts and "S" curves, these locomotives "snaked" through the curves like a reptile. "Six-axle full gauge locomotive, only for large curves, true reproduction of the 'Crocodile locomotive' …", this was the way the reproduction of the latest Swiss locomotive was presented in the 1933/34 Märklin catalog. The design and the pulling power of the original locomotive impressed people so much at that time that it became a synonym for progress and power. A mystique that henceforth lingered on in the history of Märklin. This legendary piece of motive power was in all of the scales offered by Märklin. First in 1 Gauge and 0 Gauge, then H0 and even in Z Gauge Mini Club. It was the top product offered everywhere in the assortment and thus became the unofficial "heraldic animal" of Märklin. The color green dominated over the longest period of its service life on the Gotthard grades and left the original color brown almost forgotten. Märklin did not bring out a "Crocodile" in brown on the market until 1984 in a limited quantity in 1 Gauge as an offering for the 125 anniversary of the company. There never was a white "Crocodile" in reality. Despite that, a large Märklin dealer in New York ordered single samples of large 0 Gauge locomotives in special paint schemes. He chose the color white, which is totally atypical in the prototype. It can't be denied that the locomotives in this fantasy paint scheme had a special effect on observers. Despite this, there was only the one order for some unknown reason. These locomotives were thereby one-off pieces seen by only a few people. Amazingly, they became very well known in collector circles. Perhaps, because who could imagine a "Crocodile", the Swiss mountain locomotive, which was typically green, in a white paint scheme?

All of the Crocodile sets are consecutively numbered for a worldwide edition of 1859 units. A certificate that is also consecutively numbered is proof of the authenticity of this exclusive set for the 150th anniversary of the firm Märklin. The locomotives come in a prestigious collector case.

 

 


Märklin H0: 36600 Electric Locomotive.

ToToTrains price: $128.90/$144.89

Prototype: German Railroad, Inc. (DB AG) class 185.2 general-purpose locomotive. Used for the freight railroad Railion Deutschland/DB Logistics. Dual system locomotive built by Bombardier as a regular production locomotive from the TRAXX program.

Model: The locomotive is constructed of metal with many cast-on details. The locomotive has a digital decoder and a special motor. 4 axles powered through cardan shafts. Traction tires. The triple headlights change over with the direction of travel, will work in conventional operation, and can be controlled digitally. The headlights are maintenance-free LEDs. 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".

Features: Headlight(s) and Direct control.

Highlights:
New tooling.
Locomotive constructed of metal.
Detailed, affordable beginner's model.

The Class 185.2 and Class 485.2. The locomotive classes 185.2 for the DB AG and the 485.2 for the BLS originated in Bombardier's TRAXX (Transnational Railway Applications with eXtreme fleXibility) family. These locomotives are used for medium heavy passenger and freight domestic service as well as for cross-border operations. New regulations forced Bombardier to make changes to the locomotives from 2005 on: these locomotives have been equipped with a locomotive body better able to sustain crashes, which makes them look brawnier and more powerful compared to the predecessor classes 185.1 and 485.1. Other changes involve the electric power converter system, which does not affect the looks of the locomotives. Other railroads are also making use of these innovative locomotives, since individual wishes and requirements are relatively easy to satisfy with innovative "package" solutions.

 

 


Märklin H0: 36601 Electric Locomotive.

ToToTrains price: $128.90/$144.89

Prototype: Class 185.5 general-purpose locomotive painted and lettered for the firm Angel Trains, used on the BLS Lötschberg Railroad, Inc. (Bern-Lötschberg-Simplon). Dual system locomotive with 4 pantographs, built by Bombardier as a regular production locomotive from the TRAXX program.

Model: The locomotive is constructed of metal with many cast-on details. The locomotive has a digital decoder and a special motor. 4 axles powered through cardan shafts. Traction tires. The triple headlights change over with the direction of travel, will work in conventional operation, and can be controlled digitally. The headlights are maintenance-free LEDs. 4 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".

Features: Headlight(s) and Direct control.

Highlights:
New tooling.
Locomotive constructed of metal.
Detailed, affordable beginner's model.

The Class 185.2 and Class 485.2. The locomotive classes 185.2 for the DB AG and the 485.2 for the BLS originated in Bombardier's TRAXX (Transnational Railway Applications with eXtreme fleXibility) family. These locomotives are used for medium heavy passenger and freight domestic service as well as for cross-border operations. New regulations forced Bombardier to make changes to the locomotives from 2005 on: these locomotives have been equipped with a locomotive body better able to sustain crashes, which makes them look brawnier and more powerful compared to the predecessor classes 185.1 and 485.1. Other changes involve the electric power converter system, which does not affect the looks of the locomotives. Other railroads are also making use of these innovative locomotives, since individual wishes and requirements are relatively easy to satisfy with innovative "package" solutions.

 

 


Märklin H0: 36602 Electric Locomotive.

ToToTrains price: $128.90/$144.89

Prototype: Class 241 general-purpose locomotive painted and lettered for the Swedish railroad Hectorrail. Dual system locomotive with 2 pantographs, built by Bombardier as a regular production locomotive from the TRAXX program.

Model: The locomotive is constructed of metal with many cast-on details. The locomotive has a digital decoder and a special motor. 4 axles powered through cardan shafts. Traction tires. The triple headlights change over with the direction of travel, will work in conventional operation, and can be controlled digitally. The headlights are maintenance-free LEDs. 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".

Features: Headlight(s) and Direct control.

Highlights:
New tooling.
Locomotive constructed of metal.
Detailed, affordable beginner's model.
One-time series.

 

 


Märklin H0: 37225 Electric Locomotive Double Set.

ToToTrains price: $466.90/$523.24

Prototype: 2 different versions of the legendary "German Crocodile". One as the class E 94 in the "bottle green" basic color scheme as it looked around 1950, and one in the "chrome oxide green" basic color scheme as the class 194 as it looked around 1981.

Model: Both locomotives have digital decoders. They also have controlled high-efficiency propulsion. 3 axles powered. Traction tires. Both locomotives have articulated frames for better negotiation of curves. They also have separately applied grab irons. The headlights change over with the direction of travel, will work in conventional operation, and can be controlled digitally. The headlights are maintenance-free LEDs. Both locomotives come individually packaged and marked. There is also a master package. Length over the buffers for each locomotive 21.0 cm / 8-1/4".

Features: Headlight(s) and Direct control.

One-time series.

 

 


Märklin H0: 37226 Heavy Electric Freight Locomotive.

ToToTrains price: $281.90/$313.94

Prototype: Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) class 1020 (former E 94). Last version in the "traffic red" paint scheme with light gray stripes ("Valousek" paint scheme) as it looked at the beginning of the Nineties.

Model: The locomotive has an mfx digital decoder and a sound generator. It also has controlled high-efficiency propulsion. 3 axles powered. Traction tires. The locomotive has an articulated frame for better negotiation of curves. 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 headlights are maintenance-free, warm white LEDs and the marker lights are maintenance-free LEDs. The locomotive has separately applied grab irons. Length over the buffers 21.0 cm / 8-1/4".

Features: Headlight(s), Warning Sound, Direct control, Lights Cab 2 End and Lights Cab 1 End.

One-time series.

 

 


Märklin H0: 37268 Electric Locomotive.

ToToTrains price: $354.90/$394.44

Prototype: Dutch State Railways (NS), Railion Business Area, class 1600 general-purpose locomotive. Road number 1601 with the coat-of-arms for the city of "Amsterdam".

Model: The locomotive has an mfx digital decoder and a sound generator. It also has controlled high-efficiency propulsion. 2 axles powered. Traction tires. The headlights will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. Length over the buffers 22.5 cm / 8-1/4".

Features: Headlight(s), Warning Sound and Direct control.

Highlights:
7-part edition for "150 Years of Märklin".
Appropriate collector's display case for each model in the edition included.
One-time series.

This model is part of the 7-piece Märklin H0 special edition for the "150th Anniversary of Märklin" and represents one of the main markets for our company history with its rich tradition. The image of the display case is only a suggestion of what the final product may look like.

 

 


Märklin H0: 37293 Electric Locomotive.

ToToTrains price: $394.90/$434.69

Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) class 191. Rebuilt version with small lamps and a chrome oxide green paint scheme. The locomotive looks as it did around 1970.

Model: The locomotive has an mfx digital decoder and a sound generator. It also has controlled high-efficiency propulsion. 3 axles powered. Traction tires. The engine room has interior details. The locomotive has separately applied grab irons and roof walk boards. The triple headlights change over with the direction of travel, will work in conventional operation, and can be controlled digitally. Length over the buffers 19.9 cm / 7-7/8".

Features: Headlight(s), Locomotive whistle and Direct control.

Highlights:
Metal construction.
mfx decoder included.
Locomotive whistle module included.
Many separately applied details.

 

 


Märklin H0: 37308 High Performance Electric Locomotive.

ToToTrains price: $273.90/$301.87

Prototype: Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) class 1012 express locomotive. Built in 1997 by SGP, ELIN, and Siemens as a series of 3 prototypes. Road number 1012.002-0.

Model: The locomotive has an mfx digital decoder. It also has a 5-pole skewed can motor with a flywheel, centrally mounted. The frame is constructed of die-cast metal. 4 axles powered through cardan shafts. Traction tires. The headlights are maintenance-free warm white LEDs, and they will work in conventional operation. The locomotive has separately applied grab irons and many other details. It also has detailed roof equipment. The engineer's cabs have interior details; the front one has a figure of a locomotive engineer. The locomotive has NEM coupler pockets and a close coupler mechanism. The couplers can be replaced by closed end skirting. Brake hoses can be installed on the locomotive. Length over the buffers 22.2 cm / 8-3/4".

Features: Headlight(s), Long distance headlights, Direct control, Lights Cab 2 End and Lights Cab 1 End.

Highlights:
mfx digital decoder included.
5-pole skewed can motor with a flywheel.
Headlights are maintenance-free warm white LEDs.
Figure of a locomotive engineer included.
One-time series.


The high performance class 1012 electric locomotive was specially designed for the Austrian railroad network. The mountainous terrain with sharp curves and steep grades but also long straight routes such as in the Inn Valley or on the West Railroad / Westbahn pose great challenges in the design of locomotives for the Austrian Federal Railways. The class 1012 locomotive was originally intended for use as an express locomotive with a maximum speed of 230 km/h / 144 mph and was supposed to replace the class 1044. It was used for several years in regular scheduled service as general-purpose motive power with an output of 6.4 megawatts / 8,582 horsepower for express passenger and freight service on the point of trains for the "Rollende Landstrasse" / "Rolling Road" on the Innsbruck - Brenner line. Technically, the class 1012 was designed to haul trains of 660 metric tons on .5% grades at 220 km/h / 138 mph and of 600 metric tons on 2.8% grades at 100 km/h / 63 mph. It was designed to be able to haul express passenger trains on flat terrain and heavy freight trains in mountainous territory and with double-heading. The locomotive strongly resembled the SBB's class 460 in the design of its superstructure with the side walls of fluted sheet steel and the engineer's cab elements of fiberglass components. The mechanical part of the locomotive came from Simmering-Graz-Pauker, and the electric part was delivered by ELIN, Siemens, and ABB. The top management of the Austrian Federal Railways changed while the first three locomotives were being built, and new regulations were effected for announcing requests to tender bids in the EU region. Initially, the ÖBB no longer wanted to take delivery of the locomotives as a result, but in the end an agreement was reached and the locomotives were accepted by the ÖBB in 1997. These locomotives were stationed in Innsbruck during their entire service life. The class 1016/1116 "Taurus" locomotives soon represented a more economical alternative, and the class 1012 locomotives with their attractive shape remained a splinter class.

This model is available with 2 road numbers: Item no. 37308 is 1012.002-0, item no. 37309 is 1012.003-8.

This model can be found in a DC version in the Trix H0 assortment under item no. 22600.

 

 


Märklin H0: 37309 High Performance Electric Locomotive.

ToToTrains price: $273.90/$301.87

Prototype: Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) class 1012 express locomotive. Built in 1997 by SGP, ELIN, and Siemens as a series of 3 prototypes. Road number 1012.003-8.

Model: The locomotive has an mfx digital decoder. It also has a 5-pole skewed can motor with a flywheel, centrally mounted. The frame is constructed of die-cast metal. 4 axles powered through cardan shafts. Traction tires. The headlights are maintenance-free warm white LEDs, and they will work in conventional operation. The locomotive has separately applied grab irons and many other details. It also has detailed roof equipment. The engineer's cabs have interior details; the front one has a figure of a locomotive engineer. The locomotive has NEM coupler pockets and a close coupler mechanism. The couplers can be replaced by closed end skirting. Brake hoses can be installed on the locomotive. Length over the buffers 22.2 cm / 8-3/4".

Features: Headlight(s), Long distance headlights, Direct control, Lights Cab 2 End and Lights Cab 1 End.

Highlights:
mfx digital decoder included.
5-pole skewed can motor with a flywheel.
Headlights are maintenance-free warm white LEDs.
Figure of a locomotive engineer included.
One-time series.


The high performance class 1012 electric locomotive was specially designed for the Austrian railroad network. The mountainous terrain with sharp curves and steep grades but also long straight routes such as in the Inn Valley or on the West Railroad / Westbahn pose great challenges in the design of locomotives for the Austrian Federal Railways. The class 1012 locomotive was originally intended for use as an express locomotive with a maximum speed of 230 km/h / 144 mph and was supposed to replace the class 1044. It was used for several years in regular scheduled service as general-purpose motive power with an output of 6.4 megawatts / 8,582 horsepower for express passenger and freight service on the point of trains for the "Rollende Landstrasse" / "Rolling Road" on the Innsbruck - Brenner line. Technically, the class 1012 was designed to haul trains of 660 metric tons on .5% grades at 220 km/h / 138 mph and of 600 metric tons on 2.8% grades at 100 km/h / 63 mph. It was designed to be able to haul express passenger trains on flat terrain and heavy freight trains in mountainous territory and with double-heading. The locomotive strongly resembled the SBB's class 460 in the design of its superstructure with the side walls of fluted sheet steel and the engineer's cab elements of fiberglass components. The mechanical part of the locomotive came from Simmering-Graz-Pauker, and the electric part was delivered by ELIN, Siemens, and ABB. The top management of the Austrian Federal Railways changed while the first three locomotives were being built, and new regulations were effected for announcing requests to tender bids in the EU region. Initially, the ÖBB no longer wanted to take delivery of the locomotives as a result, but in the end an agreement was reached and the locomotives were accepted by the ÖBB in 1997. These locomotives were stationed in Innsbruck during their entire service life. The class 1016/1116 "Taurus" locomotives soon represented a more economical alternative, and the class 1012 locomotives with their attractive shape remained a splinter class.

This model is available with 2 road numbers: Item no. 37308 is 1012.002-0, item no. 37309 is 1012.003-8.

This model can be found in a DC version in the Trix H0 assortment under item no. 22601.

 

 


Märklin H0: 37320 “Re 10/10” Electric Locomotive Double Motive Power Consist.

ToToTrains price: Postponed until 2010

Prototype: Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) Re 10/10 double multiple unit locomotive consist, one each class Re 6/6 electric locomotive with the city coat-of-arms for “Bischofszell” and a class Re 4/4 II electric locomotive. Used mainly on the Gotthard route for long, heavy freight trains. The locomotives look as they did around 1980.

Model: Both locomotives have mfx digital decoders, and the Re 6/6 also has a sound generator. Both locomotives have controlled high-efficiency propulsion. 2 axles powered on each locomotive. Traction tires. The headlights change over with the direction of travel, have the Swiss headlight / marker light code (triple headlights / 1 white maker light), will work in conventional operation, and can be controlled digitally. The lighting is maintenance-free, warm white LEDs. The locomotives have separately applied metal grab irons. The couplers can be replaced by detailed end skirting. Minimum radius for operation 360 mm / 14-3/16". Total length over the buffers 39.4 cm / 15-1/2".

Features: Headlight(s), Blower motors, Locomotive whistle, Direct control, Rear Headlights off, Front Headlights off, Lights Cab 2 End and Lights Cab 1 End.

Highlights:
New tooling for the class Re 6/6.
Metal frame and body.
mfx decoder with sound functions, can be controlled digitally.
Impressive, prototypical double unit consist.

The Re 10/10 – Double Pack on the Gotthard. Transporting freight over the Gotthard route has always represented on of the greatest challenges to the Swiss Federal Railways (SBB). One of the most remarkable solutions in recent years has been the introduction of the Re 10/10 double unit motive power consist. This is not an immense locomotive but the use of a Re 6/6 and a Re 4/4 II or Re 4/4 III in pairs. Such a tandem motive power combination transports the maximum train load of 1,300 metric tons over the 2.6k% grades on the Gotthard route. An additional pusher locomotive must be used for trains up to 1,600 metric tons, since otherwise the coupling hooks on the train's cars would no longer stand the load. The two locomotives are controlled from the engineer's cab at the front by means of multiple unit control systems. The main area of use for this power package is the Gotthard route, but it is also employed on other steeply graded routes in the Swiss Confederation.

 

 


Märklin H0: 37321 Electric Locomotive.

ToToTrains price: Postponed until 2010

Prototype: Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) class Re 620. Version in the fire red / ultramarine blue basic paint scheme for SBB Cargo, with the coat-of-arms for the city of “Auvernier”. Rebuilt version with rectangular headlights. The locomotive looks as it currently does in real life.

Model: The locomotive has an mfx digital decoder and a sound generator. It also has controlled high-efficiency propulsion. 2 axles powered. Traction tires. The headlights change over with the direction of travel, have the Swiss headlight / marker light code (triple headlights / 1 white maker light), will work in conventional operation, and can be controlled digitally. The lighting is maintenance-free, warm white LEDs. The locomotive has separately applied metal grab irons. The couplers can be replaced by detailed end skirting. Minimum radius for operation 360 mm / 14-3/16". Total length over the buffers 22.2 cm / 8-3/4".

Features: Headlight(s), Long distance headlights, Blower Drive, Locomotive whistle, Direct control, Lights Cab 2 End and Lights Cab 1 End.

Highlights:
New tooling for the class Re 620.
Metal frame and body.
Sound functions can be controlled digitally.

The Re 6/6 – 3 Trucks on the Gotthard. The beginning of the Seventies marked the end of the legendary class Ae 6/6 on the Gotthard route. The Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) therefore had the firms SLM Winterthur, BBC Baden, and SAAS Genève develop a successor design: the class Re 6/6. The difficult conditions on the Gotthard required a locomotive with 6 powered axles. In order to keep wear to a minimum, the designers for the project decided against two trucks such as for the Ae 6/6. Instead, they went with three trucks, with the middle one having a great deal of side play. The trucks are linked with each other with elastic transverse couplings to guarantee optimum operation on curves. Four prototypes of the Re 6/6 were initially built, of which two were equipped with divided locomotive bodies that move vertically thus adapting to conditions in an optimal manner. Test runs showed that this was not necessary for the regular production locomotive and all 85 regular units built from 1975 to 1980 were equipped with a one piece locomotive body. The engineer's cabs on the Re 6/6 borrowed heavily from the design for the Re 4/4 II as did the electrical equipment for the transformers, of which the Re 6/6 has two. These locomotives are 19,310 mm / 63 feet 4-3/16 inches long, weigh 120 metric tons, and have a maximum speed of 140 km/h / 87 mph; their performance is 7,850 kilowatts / 10,527 horsepower. One particular technical feature is the locomotives' acceleration under optimal conditions: from 0 to 100 km/h / 63 mph in 5.8 seconds. The Re 6/6 locomotives have had to undergo several paint variations and overhauls. Thirty locomotives were equipped with remote radio control starting in 2000; these units are used with the designation Ref 6/6. The UIC designation for the class Re 6/6 is the class 620, which can be seen with increasing frequency on the locomotives. The 88 units still in service (one was lost to an accident in 1990) all belong to the SBB Cargo business area and haul heavy freight trains to all corners of Switzerland, also over the Gotthard route with a Re 4/4 II or Re 4/4 III in tandem motive power consists. The class Re 6/6 locomotives were even an alternative to a Re 4/4 II double motive power combination in heavy passenger service. After the modern class 460 was mainly assigned to passenger service, the impressive Re 6/6 with its three trucks once again dominates freight service on the Gotthard.

 

 


Märklin H0: 37334 Electric Locomotive.

ToToTrains price: $354.90/$394.44

Prototype: Luxembourg State Railways (CFL) class 3600. Version is a basic color of wine red. The locomotive looks as it did at the beginning of the Nineties. French design similar to the BB 12 000.

Model: The locomotive has a digital decoder and controlled high-efficiency propulsion. It also has a special motor with a fly wheel. 4 axles powered. Traction tires. The headlights will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. The headlights are warm white LEDs. The pantographs are mounted on free-standing frames. The locomotive has numerous separately applied grab irons. Brake hoses and reproduction prototype couplers can be installed on the buffer beams. Length over the buffers 17.5 cm / 6-7/8".

Features: Headlight(s), Marker light(s) and Direct control.

Highlights:
Metal construction.
All axles powered.
One-time series.

This model can be found in a DC version in the Trix H0 assortment under item no. 22366.

 

 


Märklin H0: 37335 Electric Locomotive.

ToToTrains price: $354.90/$394.44

Prototype: French State Railways (SNCF) class BB 12 000. Version in a grayish blue basic paint scheme.

Model: The locomotive has a digital decoder and controlled high-efficiency propulsion. It also has a special motor with a fly wheel. 4 axles powered. Traction tires. The dual headlights and dual red marker lights change over with the direction of travel, will work in conventional operation, and can be controlled digitally. The headlights are warm white LEDs and the marker lights are red LEDs. The pantographs are mounted on free-standing frames. The locomotive has numerous separately applied grab irons. Brake hoses and reproduction prototype couplers can be installed on the buffer beams. Length over the buffers 17.5 cm / 6-7/8".

Features: Headlight(s), Marker light(s) and Direct control.

One-time series.

 

 


Märklin H0: 37356 Electric Locomotive.

ToToTrains price: $354.90/$394.44

Prototype: Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) class Re 4/4 II. Rebuilt version in a red paint scheme. Road number 11239 with the coat-of-arms for the city of "Porrentruy". The only class Re 4/4 II locomotive with a coat-of-arms.

Model: The locomotive has an mfx digital decoder and a sound generator. It also has controlled high-efficiency propulsion. 2 axles powered. Traction tires. The headlights change over with the direction of travel, have the Swiss headlight / marker light code (triple headlights / 1 white maker light), will work in conventional operation, and can be controlled digitally. The lighting is warm white LEDs. The locomotive has separately applied metal grab irons. The couplers can be replaced by detailed end skirting. Minimum radius for operation 360 mm / 14-3/16". Total length over the buffers 17.1 cm / 6-3/4". An appropriate collector's display case made of wood and glass, with a reproduction of a photograph of the prototype on the background is included.

Features: Headlight(s), Long distance headlights and Direct control.

Highlights:
7-part edition for "150 Years of Märklin".
Appropriate collector's display case for each model in the edition included.
One-time series.

This model is part of the 7-piece Märklin H0 special edition for the "150th Anniversary of Märklin" and represents one of the main markets for our company history with its rich tradition. The image of the display case is only a suggestion of what the final product may look like.

 

 


Märklin H0: 37416 Electric Locomotive.

ToToTrains price: $273.90/$301.87

Prototype: Swedish State Railways (SJ) class Rc 3. Version in a black basic paint scheme. The locomotive looks as it did around 2005.

Model: The locomotive has an mfx digital decoder and a sound generator. It also has controlled high-efficiency propulsion. 2 axles powered. Traction tires. The headlights will work in conventional operation, and can be controlled digitally. The locomotive has 2 different pilots and pantographs. Length over the buffers 18.0 cm / 7".

Features: Headlight(s), Warning Sound and Direct control.

One-time series.

 

 


Märklin H0: 37575 Electric Locomotive.

ToToTrains price: $362.90/$402.49

Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) class E 03 express locomotive. Preproduction version in crimson/beige TEE paint scheme, with a single row of side vents, striping, end skirting, and single-arm pantographs. Built in 1965.

Model: The locomotive has an mfx digital decoder and a sound generator. It also has controlled high-efficiency propulsion. 3 axles powered. Traction tires. The triple headlights and dual red marker lights will work in conventional operation, and can be controlled digitally. The headlights are maintenance-free, warm white LEDs. The engineer's cabs have interior details. The locomotive has 18 separately applied metal grab irons. It also has detailed roof equipment. The open end skirting and couplers can be replaced by closed end skirting with brake hoses and a reproduction prototype coupler that can be installed on the locomotive. Length over the buffers 21.9 cm / 8-5/8".

Features: Headlight(s), Interior lights, Electric locomotive operating sounds, Warning Sound, Direct control, Main Relay, Lights Cab 2 End and Lights Cab 1 End.

One-time series.

The class E 03 is the ideal motive power for the "Blauer Enzian" TEE, which you can find in the display under item no. 00776 in the Märklin H0 assortment.

 

 


Märklin H0: 39110 Electric Locomotive.

ToToTrains price: $321.90/$354.19

Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) class E 10. Express locomotive in a steel blue basic paint scheme. With a continuous rain gutter, Schweiger vents with vertical fins and 3 headlights. The locomotive looks as it was delivered about 1958.

Model: The locomotive has an mfx digital decoder and a sound generator. It also has Softdrive Sine high-efficiency propulsion and a compact design, maintenance-free motor, centrally mounted. 4 axles powered through cardan shafts. Traction tires. The triple headlights (maintenance-free, warm white LEDs) and dual red marker lights (maintenance-free red LEDs) will work in conventional operation, and can be controlled digitally. The upper headlight is the original design with a large lamp diameter. The locomotive has separately applied metal grab irons. The engineer's cabs have interior details including a separately applied speed control wheel. The locomotive has separately applied roof walks. Length over the buffers 18.9 cm / 7-7/16".

Features: Headlight(s), Blower motors, Locomotive whistle, Direct control, Lights Cab 2 End and Lights Cab 1 End.

Highlights:
Completely new tooling for the class E 10 / E 40.
Metal construction.
High efficiency, compact design Softdrive Sine propulsion.
mfx decoder and a sound generator included.

The E 10 – 50 Years and Still Not Tired. After the founding of the German Federal Railroad, the most important goal for the new firm was to renew the worn out motive power roster. An essential objective was to replace economically expensive steam motive power with diesel and electric locomotives. For that reason the German Federal Railroad's committee responsible for motive power decided in 1950 on a standardization program that comprised 4 different types with essentially the same components. After intensive testing with 5 pre-production class E 10.0 locomotives, the class E 10.1 to E 10.3 was selected for express train service. A total of 379 units were to be delivered to the German Federal Railroad and were built starting in 1956 in several production runs by the firms Krauss-Maffei, Krupp, Henschel-Werke (mechanical part) as well as SSW (Siemens-Schuckert-Werke), AEG, and BBC (electrical part). A welded box-style body with simple, later double lamps, and vent grills rested on welded trucks of box-style construction with truck center pins. Starting with road number E 10 288, the elegant “pant's crease” locomotive body of the E 10.12 was also used with the standard E 10, which was then designated as the class E 10.3. The locomotives were equipped with indirect working Knorr design air brakes; for switching they were equipped with direct working auxiliary brakes and also with electric resistance brakes coupled to the air brakes. The E 10 was also equipped with the rubber ring spring propulsion proven on the pre-production locomotives and four type WB 372 14-pole traction motors, which were used on later locomotive classes such as the class 111 and class 151. The transformers were the first regular production units in Germany to have high voltage control and were cooled with oil. A relay system with 28 speed steps was connected to the transformers. The E 10 was also equipped with a form of automatic control, i.e. the locomotive engineer selected the speed step, and the relay system accelerated up to the desired setting. The engineer's cabs also had mechanical and electrical safety equipment that was adapted to new standards over the years; the engineer could also now sit down in the cab to run the train. These locomotives weighed 85 metric tons, measured 16,490 mm / 54 feet 1-3/16" in length, had a maximum speed of 140 km/h / 87 mph, and had a continuous performance rating of 3,700 kilowatts / 4,961.78 horsepower. Over the course of many years of use the external appearance of the locomotives changed due to numerous rebuilding and modernization programs as well as because of new paint schemes, the designation of the class (from 1968 on as the class 110), and the area of use. In the first years the E 10 was the backbone of the express train service until faster, more powerful locomotives such as the class E 03/103 and then the class 101 supplanted them. Currently, the majority of the remaining units are used in regional service.

 

 


Märklin H0: 39123 Electric Locomotive.

ToToTrains price: $354.90/$394.44

Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) class E 10.12. Express locomotive with aerodynamic ends, high-performance trucks, and end skirting. Version in the TEE paint scheme. The locomotive looks as it did in 1967.

Model: The locomotive has an mfx digital decoder and a sound generator. It also has Softdrive Sine high-efficiency propulsion and a compact design, maintenance-free motor, centrally mounted. 4 axles powered through cardan shafts. Traction tires. 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 headlights are maintenance-free, warm white LEDs, and the marker lights are maintenance-free red LEDs. The locomotive has separately applied metal grab irons. The engineer's cabs have interior details including a separately applied speed control wheel. The locomotive has separately applied roof walks. Length over the buffers 18.9 cm / 7-7/16". An appropriate collector's display case made of wood and glass, with a reproduction of a photograph of the prototype on the background is included.

Features: Headlight(s), Station Announcements, Locomotive whistle and Direct control.

Highlights:
7-part edition for "150 Years of Märklin".
Appropriate collector's display case for each model in the edition included.
One-time series.

This model is part of the 7-piece Märklin H0 special edition for the "150th Anniversary of Märklin" and represents one of the main markets for our company history with its rich tradition. The image of the display case is only a suggestion of what the final product may look like.

 

 


Märklin H0: 39140 Electric Locomotive.

ToToTrains price: $321.90/$354.19

Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) class E 40. Freight locomotive in a chrome oxide green basic paint scheme. With a continuous rain gutter, Schweiger vents with vertical fins and 3 headlights. The locomotive looks as it did around 1965.

Model: The locomotive has an mfx digital decoder and a sound generator. It also has Softdrive Sine high-efficiency propulsion and a compact design, maintenance-free motor, centrally mounted. 4 axles powered through cardan shafts. Traction tires. The triple headlights (maintenance-free, warm white LEDs) and dual red marker lights (maintenance-free red LEDs) will work in conventional operation, and can be controlled digitally. The upper headlight is the rebuilt design with a small lamp diameter. The locomotive has separately applied metal grab irons. The engineer's cabs have interior details including a separately applied speed control wheel. The locomotive has separately applied roof walks. Length over the buffers 18.9 cm / 7-7/16".

Features: Headlight(s), Blower motors, Locomotive whistle, Direct control, Lights Cab 2 End and Lights Cab 1 End.

Highlights:
Completely new tooling for the class E 10 / E 40.
Metal construction.
High efficiency, compact design Softdrive Sine propulsion.
mfx decoder and a sound generator included.

The E 40 – Backbone of Freight Service. The class E 40/140 also came from the new procurement program of the Fifties. From a technical point of view the class E 40 is a class E 10.1 modified for freight service. It had the same locomotive body, almost the same mechanical and electrical systems, but it differed in several features from its faster siblings. The class E 40 had no electric brakes, a different gear ratio, which meant a lower top speed, and a different roof with fewer ventilation grills. The classic chrome oxide green was chosen for the paint scheme; the elegant blue was kept only for express locomotives. The class E 40, from 1968 on designated as the class 140, was designed for medium heavy freight service, but it wandered into other types of service, particularly when the top speed was raised from 100 km/h / 63 mph to 110 km/h / 69 mph. It could be seen pulling “Silberlinge” commuter cars and during the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich in S-Bahn service too. The main area of use remained and still is freight service. Like all other locomotives, the class E 40/140 underwent modernization programs, which changed the appearance of the locomotives markedly in addition to different paint schemes. Thirty one of the class E 40 locomotives were specially equipped with direct current resistance brakes for use on steep grades such as the Höllentalbahn or Valley of Hell Railroad. They were designated as the class E 40.11 and later starting in 1968 as the class 139. Later, the remaining class 139 locomotives were assembled together in Munich, where they were used along with the class 140 locomotives in service up to the Brenner Pass. The class E 40/140, with its sub-variations, was the locomotive type built in the largest quantities in the standard design program of the new German Federal Railroad. A total of 879 units were mainly responsible for medium heavy freight service over a period of decades. Except for a few locomotives, they are in the process of being retired or are already completely retired.

 

 


Märklin H0: 39403 Electric Locomotive.

ToToTrains price: $354.90/$394.44

Prototype: Belgian State Railways (SNCB/NMBS) class 18 express locomotive. Four-system locomotive for the Benelux, France, and Germany. The locomotive looks as it did around 1980. Version in yellow/blue "Chiquita" paint scheme.

Model: The locomotive has an mfx digital decoder and a sound generator. It also has controlled Softdrive Sine high-efficiency propulsion and a compact design, maintenance-free motor, centrally mounted. 4 axles powered through cardan shafts. Traction tires. The headlights are maintenance-free, warm white LEDs; they will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. The locomotive has separately applied metal grab irons. It also has separately applied steps. The locomotive has detailed roof equipment and different pantographs. The engineer's cabs have interior details including a figure of a locomotive engineer at the front. Accessory parts are included for installation on the buffer beams. Length over the buffers 25.3 cm / 9-15/16".

Features: Headlight(s), Marker light(s), Electric locomotive operating sounds, Warning Sound and Direct control.

One-time series.

 

 


Märklin H0: 39404 Electric Locomotive.

ToToTrains price: $410.90/$458.84

Prototype: French State Railways (SNCF) class CC 40100 express locomotive. Four-system locomotive for the Benelux, France, and Germany. The locomotive looks as it did around 1975. Version with the road number "40107" and the coat-of-arms for "COMPIÈGNE".

Model: The locomotive has an mfx digital decoder and a sound generator. It also has controlled Softdrive Sine high-efficiency propulsion and a compact design, maintenance-free motor. 4 axles powered through cardan shafts. Traction tires. The headlights are maintenance-free, warm white LEDs; they will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. The locomotive has separately applied metal grab irons. It also has separately applied steps. The locomotive has detailed roof equipment and different pantographs. The engineer's cabs have interior details including a figure of a locomotive engineer at the front. Accessory parts are included for installation on the buffer beams. Length over the buffers 25.3 cm / 9-15/16". An appropriate collector's display case made of wood and glass, with a reproduction of a photograph of the prototype on the background is included.

Features: Headlight(s), Marker light(s), Electric locomotive operating sounds, Horn and Direct control.

Highlights:
7-part edition for "150 Years of Märklin".
Appropriate collector's display case for each model in the edition included.
One-time series.

This model is part of the 7-piece Märklin H0 special edition for the "150th Anniversary of Märklin" and represents one of the main markets for our company history with its rich tradition. The image of the display case is only a suggestion of what the final product may look like.

 

 


Märklin H0: 39502 Electric Locomotive.

ToToTrains price: Cancelled

Prototype: German Railroad, Inc. (DB AG) class 150 heavy freight locomotive. The largest class of the standard design electric locomotives from the new construction program of the Fifties. The locomotive looks as it did around 2000 in the "traffic red" paint scheme as a pusher locomotive on routes with steep grades.

Model: The locomotive has an mfx digital decoder and a sound generator. It has controlled Softdrive Sine high-efficiency propulsion and a compact design, maintenance-free motor. 4 axles powered by means of cardan shafts. Traction tires. The headlights are maintenance-free, warm white LEDs. The headlights and marker lights will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. The locomotive has separately applied metal grab irons on the sides and ends. The engineer's cabs and engine room have interior details in relief. Length over the buffers 22.4 cm / 8-13/16".

Features: Headlight(s), Telex coupler(s), Locomotive whistle, Direct control, Rear Headlights off and Front Headlights off.

Highlights:
Headlights with maintenance-free, warm white LEDs.
Digitally controlled lights at the ends of the locomotive.
Telex couplers.

The Class 150 – Pusher Service in the Mittelgebirge Region. The class 150 was without a doubt the most powerful locomotive from the standard design locomotive program of the Fifties. For decades it was not only the backbone of heavy freight service on the German Federal Railroad, it was also indispensable in pusher service in the Spessart region and on the Geislingen Grade, where class 194 locomotives had been used for this purpose until 1987. The use of a train with an uncoupled pusher locomotive between Geislingen and Amstetten is limited to a speed of 60 km/h / 37 mph; the normal maximum speed on the grade is 70 km/h / 43 mph. The DB AG's intensive new procurement policy was supposed to remove the remaining units of the class 150 from service and thereby also the pusher locomotives by the end of the Nineties, but their retirement was delayed until 2003 due to their reliability. The class 150 was replaced by the class 151 on the Geislingen Grade. The latter class is used primarily for freight trains over the grade; in passenger service the new, powerful electric locomotives usually do not require pusher service.

This model can be found in a DC version in the Trix H0 assortment under item no. 22154.

 

 


Märklin H0: 39682 Electric Locomotive.

ToToTrains price: $410.90/$458.84

Prototype: Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) class 1018.101 express locomotive. Rebuilt locomotive constructed between 1950 and 1952 from the former locomotives with road numbers E 18 046 and E 18 206 that were damaged in the war.

Model: The locomotive has an mfx digital decoder. It also has controlled Softdrive Sine high-efficiency propulsion and a compact design, maintenance-free motor. 2 axles powered. Traction tires. The engineer's cabs and the engine room have interior details. The metal grab irons and other details are separately applied. The locomotive has finely detailed running gear with a prototypical reproduction of the quill-drive wheels. The triple headlights will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. Length over the buffers 19.5 cm / 7-11/16". An appropriate collector's display case made of wood and glass, with a reproduction of a photograph of the prototype on the background is included.

Features: Headlight(s) and Direct control.

Highlights:
7-part edition for "150 Years of Märklin".
Appropriate collector's display case for each model in the edition included.
One-time series.

This model is part of the 7-piece Märklin H0 special edition for the "150th Anniversary of Märklin" and represents one of the main markets for our company history with its rich tradition. The image of the display case is only a suggestion of what the final product may look like.

 

 


Märklin H0: 39836 Electric Locomotive.

ToToTrains price: $385.90/$410.10

Prototype: Fast multiple-system electric locomotive for cross-border passenger and freight service. Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) class 1216.

Model: The locomotive has an mfx digital decoder, controlled Softdrive Sine high-efficiency propulsion, a compact design, maintenance-free motor, and a sound effects generator. 2 axles powered. Traction tires. The headlights are maintenance-free, warm white LEDs, and the marker lights are maintenance-free LEDs. The headlights and marker lights will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. The engineer's cabs have interior details. The locomotive has separately applied metal grab irons. Length over the buffers 22.5 cm / 8-7/8".

Features: Headlight(s), Long distance headlights, Electric locomotive operating sounds, Horn, Direct control, Main Relay, Lights Cab 2 End, Letting off Air and Lights Cab 1 End.

Highlights:
New tooling.
Metal construction.

The Class 1216 - Third Generation Alpine Bull. In the wake of the new political order in Europe, the transportation routes once again are going straight through the Alpine republic of Austria into the center of the continent. The Austrian Federal Railways could not and have not wanted to miss this connection and have prescribed themselves and their motive power roster a radical rejuvenating cure. In addition to a new design for the infrastructure, at present one of the largest and architecturally most spectacular train stations in Europe is being built, the locomotives and rolling stock have either been upgraded or newly purchased. The best known and most beautiful new development in terms of its shape is the "Taurus" locomotive family built by Siemens, the classes 1016, 1116, and 1216. The rollout of the 3rd generation of the class 1216 Alpine Bull took place on March 31, 2005 at the Siemens plant in Munich. A total of 50 locomotives were ordered by the ÖBB and are to be used mainly in cross-border passenger and freight service. This four-system, three-phase current, general-purpose locomotive was derived largely from the Siemens ES 64 U4, designated on the German Railroad, Inc. as the class 189. Externally, the Taurus family genes are very much handed down. In terms of design, there have been several changes however such as four doors, a fairing for the costly roof equipment, LED lighting, and the upper front light now placed under the windshield. This four-motor locomotive is something over 19 meters / 62 feet 4-1/6 inches long, reaches a maximum speed of 230 km/h / 144 mph and has an axle load of 21.8 metric tons. Even before its time as the ÖBB bull, road no. 1216 050 broke the world record for conventional locomotives set by the SNCF's road no. BB 9004 in 1955 at 331 km/h / 207 mph. This was done on September 2, 2006 on the Nürnberg-Ingolstadt new construction route between Kinding and Allersberg. Road no. 1216 050 ran, without extensive preparation to the track, catenary, or the locomotive, at a speed of 344 km/h / 215 mph and even reached 357 km/h / 223 mph during a second test run. At the end of 2007 it was transferred like the other 49 class 1216 locomotives to the ÖBB and it will serve primarily in runs from Austria to Slovenia and Italy. The 1216 will come to Germany and Hungary as part of the new ÖBB product "Railjet" and will link Vienna with Munich and Budapest on a regular schedule. The fast, powerful bulls of the 3rd generation cut a good figure in the immense, futuristic halls of the new Vienna Main Station and out on the line.

 

 


Märklin H0: 39896 Electric Locomotive.

ToToTrains price: $346.90/$382.37

Prototype: German Railroad, Inc./Railion (DB AG) class 189 fast general-purpose locomotive. Multiple system locomotive with 4 pantographs. Version for service into the Netherlands with warning and contrast areas at the ends. Use: Fast cross-border freight trains.

Model: The locomotive has an mfx digital decoder and a sound generator. It also has high-efficiency Softdrive Sine propulsion and a compact-design, maintenance-free motor. 2 axles powered. Traction tires. The triple headlights (warm white LEDs) and marker lights are maintenance-free LEDs, they will work in conventional operation, and can be controlled digitally. The engineer's cabs have interior details. The locomotive has separately applied grab irons. Length over the buffers 22.5 cm / 8-7/8".

Features: Headlight(s), Long distance headlights, Marker light(s), Warning Sound and Direct control.

One-time series.