Here are the 2015 New Items from Marklin           

   Authorized Marklin Digital Dealer  .

             If you see something you like, email me: RJFtrains@aol.com

If you have an interest in any of the items listed below, let me know ASAP, even if they are scheduled for 3rd or 4th quarter delivery, and especially if the items are  MHI ,  Limited ,  Export , or even car sets. These almost always sell out in the US and ordering early provides your best chance to get these.

Note: Prices indicated as "Pre-order Price" are valid only for orders placed before
February 28, 2015. For orders after that date, the higher price (if shown) will prevail.
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(E) Export Items generally only available for one year -- limited availability
(EX) MHI / Exclusive Available only by subscription -- very limited availability
(L) Limited production One-year only runs; often sold out early in the year
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L10345 - Shuttle Train Automatic Circuit Box
Pre-order price: $ 185.00

Shuttle Train Automatic Circuit Box

Model: The shuttle train automatic circuit box allows you have a train shuttle between two stations. An electronic circuit stops the train at the station and then has it reverse direction and go back. This box is easy to install and has adjustable stop duration and prototypically smooth start up and braking. It can be connected to 10-24 volts DC. 10345 is the technically ideal, improved successor to 10340.


L20121 - DB Class V 100 Diesel Locomotive  DB - Germany
            New organization of European railroads and modernization 1945 - 70  mfx decoder supports extended Motorola digital functions  Equiped with onboard MTS decoder.  Lighting Included  Sound
Pre-order price: $ 465.00

DB Class V 100 Diesel Locomotive

Model: German Federal Railroad (DB) class V 100 general-purpose diesel hydraulic locomotive painted and lettered as in Era III. This LGB model is completely new tooling. It has a finely executed paint scheme and prototypical lettering. The locomotive has a factory-installed digital decoder and extensive sound functions (some also active in analog operation) such as a high and low horn, diesel operating sounds, sounds when the locomotive is idling, compressor pump, squealing brakes, etc. The locomotive has two powerful motors. All axles powered. Traction tires. The locomotive has inset windows. The engineer's cab has interior details. The LED triple headlights change over with the direction of travel. Length over the buffers approximately 45 cm / 17-3/4".

Highlights:
  • Completely new tooling.
  • Factory-installed digital decoder and sound.


L20180 - Steam Locomotive, Road Number 99 5604  DB - Germany
            New organization of European railroads and modernization 1945 - 70  DCC Decoder interface  Lighting Included  Smoke generator. Controlable feature.
Pre-order price: $ 559.00
            Goes with: L39079

Steam Locomotive, Road Number 99 5604

Model: Model of a Lenz Class i for the German State Railroad (East Germany). The model is prototypically painted and lettered for Era III. It has a powerful Bühler motor driving both wheel sets. Traction tires. The locomotive has a DCC interface connector. The headlights change over with the direction of travel. The locomotive has cab lighting and a smoke unit. The cab doors can be opened, and the locomotive has sprung buffers. Length over the buffers 25 cm / 9-7/8".

Highlights:
  • New tooling.
The 39079 car set is available to go with this locomotive.


L20181 - "Franzburg" Steam Locomotive
              DCC Decoder interface  Lighting Included  Smoke generator. Controlable feature.
Pre-order price: $ 559.00
            Goes with: L49390

Franzburg Steam Locomotive

Model: Lenz steam locomotive type i, Pommern group. This locomotive was built by the Vulcan Stettin Machinery, Inc. for the firm Lenz & Co and was originally built in far more than 30 units. Of them, 6 units were also delivered to the Franzburg County Railroad (FKB), of which the former FKB 4 i came to the German Railroad Association in 1980. The locomotive was called "Franzburg" at this association and was extensively overhauled in 1982 and placed into service. This very interesting locomotive forms the prototype for the LGB model. The model is new tooling and has sprung buffers front and rear, traction tires, a DCC connector, engineer's cab doors that can be opened, built-in cab lighting, a smoke generator, and a figure of a locomotive engineer. The headlights change over with the direction of travel. The locomotive has a powerful Bühler motor geared to both driving axles. Length over the buffers 25 cm / 9-7/8".

Highlights:
  • New tooling.
Comment: The "Franzburg" The famous railroad construction and operating firm Lenz & Co. had different types of locomotives built as regular production models for its railroads. In 1893/94, Lenz purchased six 0-4-0 tank locomotives of its class "i" (also "Pommern" group) from Vulcan in Stettin. These locomotives were initial equipment for operation on the meter gauge lines of the Franzburg County Railways, Inc. (FKB) from Stralsund to Barth and Ribnitz-Damgarten. The FKB assigned them the road numbers 1-6. These sturdy, simple wet steam tank locomotives had Heusinger valve gear. The engineer's cab and the low-slung boiler with a regulator box instead of a steam dome were of unmistakable Prussian origin. A frame type water tank and coal bunkers to the right and left of the boiler completed the equipment. The first three units helped with the construction of the meter gauge FKB lines. The remaining three followed when the first section of the line was put into operation. Both world wars as well as the intervening period between them left these locomotives unscathed; they carried out their service on the FKB dutifully and faithfully. The history of road number 99 5605 was rather varied. After the dismantling of the FKB tracks, it along with two freight cars (presently DEV 31 and DEV 146) came to the amusement park Minidomm in Breitscheid near Düsseldorf. There it led an unworthy existence as a colorfully painted toy object. The German Railroad Association (DEV) was able to acquire the entire train in 1980 in exchange for a steam locomotive of French origin. After extensive review the DEV decided to restore the locomotive in its own workshops. On June 19, 1982 it was finally complete: Road number 99 5605 was given the name "FRANZBURG" after a festive baptism and then ran for the first time on a regular schedule on the museum's line to Asendorf. After many years of museum use it was time in the mid-Nineties for an extensive overhaul. It was successfully completed on June 21, 1996 after restoring the boiler and much other work. This locomotive still stands today as a perfect example of the Pommern type's sturdiness. It still steams dauntlessly with its trains on the museum railroad.

The 49390 car set is available to go with this locomotive.


L20214 - Wolfgang Richter Stainz Steam Locomotive
            Private and provincial railroads from the beginning to about 1925  Formation of the large state railroad networks from 1925 to 1945  New organization of European railroads and modernization 1945 - 70  Lettering on all rolling stock and motive power to standards 1970-1990  Changes in color schemes; origins of high speed networks since 1990  Lighting Included
Pre-order price: $ 265.00

Wolfgang Richter Stainz Steam Locomotive

Model: "Stainz" steam locomotive is the LGB company colors. This model comes with a powerful motor. Length over the buffers 24.5 cm / 9-5/8".

One-time series in 2015.


L20381 - LA Pacific Electric Streetcar  US - United States
            Formation of the large state railroad networks from 1925 to 1945  New organization of European railroads and modernization 1945 - 70  Lighting Included
Pre-order price: $ 585.00

LA Pacific Electric Streetcar
LA Pacific Electric Streetcar

Model: This streetcar was once used all over the USA in countless cities. The model is painted and lettered prototypically in the colors of the famous red cars of the Pacific Electric in Los Angeles. All of the wheel sets are driven by two powerful Bühler motors. The car has an interface connector for the 55028 decoder. The car has interior lights and headlights that change over with the direction of travel. The doors can be opened and the steps fold out. Length 55 cm / 21-5/8".

Comment: "Los Angeles Streetcars" The "Pacific Electric Railway" (PE) - often known as the "Red Car System" - once formed the largest electric interurban network in America. In the greater Los Angeles area, the PE operated a system of electric rail lines that was over 1,600 kilometers / 1,000 miles. At its peak, it linked the center of Los Angeles with Pasadena, Alhambra, El Monte, Glendora, Pomona, and Monrovia in the north, with San Bernardino, Riverside, and Redlands in the east, with Hollywood, Burbank/Glendale, the San Fernando Valley, Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, Manhattan Beach / Hermosa Beach in the west, and with Long Beach, Newport Beach, Huntington Beach, San Pedro, and Redondo Beach in the south. The origins of the "Red Car Systems" date back to 1895, when the first electric interurban from Los Angeles to Pasadena was opened. In 1901, railroad and real estate magnate Henry E. Huntington came upon the scene, founded the Pacific Electric Railway, took over the earlier lines, and quickly expanded the network. An ulterior motive in this was a good connection between his real estate properties on the periphery and the urban center. A "railroad war" began at almost the same time with the Southern Pacific Railroad (SP), which wanted to avoid parallel lines. As early as 1914, the center of Los Angeles saw more than 1,600 arriving and departing PE trains daily from all points of the compass. The system reached its peak in the mid-Twenties, and then began a slow decline, interrupted only by the traffic boom in World War II. In the postwar years, there were changes to bus operations in one fell swoop and in 1961 the last line to Long Beach ceased operations. Just thirty years later Los Angeles saw the renewal of the Long Beach line with an urban light rail line known as the "Blue Line". The new underground "Red Line" to North Hollywood was the rebirth of PE lines going west and since then there have been other new light rail lines on former PE right-of-way. The largest collection of more than 35 PE cars that is well worth seeing harkens back to the former PE at the "Orange Empire Railway Museum" in Perris, California, among them such famous units as the classic "Hollywood Cars" from the Twenties and the "Blimps", which ran right up to the end. In San Pedro, there is also a tourist line in the form of the "Port of Los Angeles Waterfront Red Car Line" on former PE right-of-way. The two PE replica powered cars 500 and 501 as well as the original PE 1058 run here.


L20382 - Philadelphia Streetcar  US - United States
            Formation of the large state railroad networks from 1925 to 1945  New organization of European railroads and modernization 1945 - 70  Lighting Included
Pre-order price: $ 585.00

Philadelphia Streetcar

Model: Model of a typical American streetcar in the paint scheme for Philadelphia. The model is prototypically painted and lettered. All of the wheel sets are driven by two powerful Bühler motors. The car has an interface connector for the 55028 decoder. The car has interior lights and headlights that change over with the direction of travel. The doors can be opened and the steps fold out. Length 55 cm / 21-5/8".


L20755 - DB Class 139 Electric Locomotive  DB - Germany
            Lettering on all rolling stock and motive power to standards 1970-1990  mfx decoder supports extended Motorola digital functions  Equiped with onboard MTS decoder.  Lighting Included  Sound
Pre-order price: $ 429.00

DB Class 139 Electric Locomotive
DB Class 139 Electric Locomotive

Model: German Federal Railroad (DB) class 139 electric locomotive in the chrome oxide green basic paint scheme for Era IV. This new LGB model is finely detailed and extensively painted and lettered. All axles powered. The locomotive has a digital decoder and sound. Additional center buffers are included. The locomotive's drive has two powerful motors. The model also features inset windows, traction tires, and LED headlights that change over with the direction of travel. Length over the buffers approximately 60 cm / 23-5/8".

Highlights:
  • Built-in digital decoder.
  • Variety of sound functions included.
  • Inset windows.
  • 2 powerful motors, both wheel sets powered on both trucks.
  • LED headlights that change over with the direction of travel.


L21225 - "Allegra" Powered Rail Car Train, Blue  RhB - Rhaetian Railroad
              mfx decoder supports extended Motorola digital functions  Equiped with onboard MTS decoder.  Lighting Included  Sound
Pre-order price: $ 2,649.00

Allegra Powered Rail Car Train, Blue

Model: RhB (Rhaetian Railroad) class ABe 8/12 3-part electric powered rail car train. The model is in the version of the blue units on the Arosa Railroad. The model is fully equipped with two powerful Bühler motors, a sound decoder with many light and sound functions as well as headlights with controllable long-distance lights, control panel lighting, engineer's cab interior lighting, and much more. The pantographs can be raised and lowered by remote control on both end cars. All of the cars in the train have metal wheels and the center car has wheel sets with ball bearings. All of the doors can be opened. The model has many separately applied details such as conductors, plugs, windshield wipers, antennas, and rear view mirrors. The model has sprung buffers and complete rail clearance devices (the center part of the rail clearance devices can be replaced by a standard LGB coupler that is included with the train). Length over the buffers 206 cm / 81-1/8".

Highlights:
  • Version in the colors of the Chur - Arosa rail line.
One-time series in 2015.

A complete train for the Arosa Railroad can be assembled with the 37674 and 37675 passenger cars as well as the 37690 baggage car.


L21427 - Ge 4/4 III Coop Electric Locomotive  RhB - Rhaetian Railroad
              mfx decoder supports extended Motorola digital functions  Equiped with onboard MTS decoder.  Lighting Included  Sound
Pre-order price: $ 1,049.00

Ge 4/4 III Coop Electric Locomotive

Model: The class Ge 4/4 III are among the newest locomotives in the world. These locomotives pull express trains as well as freight trains. The model of the Ge 4/4 III, Road Number 641 has full advertising for "Coop". The paint scheme and lettering are prototypical. The locomotive has two powerful Bühler motors driving all of the wheel sets, and it has traction tires. The locomotive is equipped with a sound decoder with many special functions such as headlight changeover, controllable lighting, and much more. The locomotive has a selector switch for the mode of operation and general-purpose sockets. The pantographs are powered by motors. The cab doors can be opened. Length over the buffers 65 cm / 25-5/8".

The new 45898 Coop car as well as all of the previously offered Coop cars go very well with this locomotive.


L21750 - DB Era III Class E 10 Electric Locomotive  DB - Germany
            New organization of European railroads and modernization 1945 - 70  DCC Decoder interface  Lighting Included
Pre-order price: $ 389.00

DB Era III Class E 10 Electric Locomotive

Model: German Federal Railroad (DB) class E 10 electric locomotive in an Era III version in a basic steel blue paint scheme. This new LGB model is finely detailed and extensively paint and lettered. All of the wheel sets are powered by two powerful motors. It has an interface connector for installation of the 55028 decoder. In addition, the locomotive has inset windows, traction tires, and LED headlights that change over with the direction of travel. Center buffer beams are included that can be installed on the locomotive. Length over the buffers 60 cm / 23-5/8".

Highlights:
  • Built-in DCC interface connector.
  • 2 powerful motors, both wheel sets in both trucks powered.
  • Inset windows.
  • LED headlights that change over with the direction of travel.
  • Pantographs can be raised and lowered manually.


L21985 - DRG 99.75 Steam Locomotive for the 2015 Toy Fair  Special Toy Fair item - only available to attendees
Pre-order price: $ 689.00

DRG 99.75 Steam Locomotive for the 2015 Toy Fair


L22412 - RhB Tm 2/2 91 Rail Tractor  RhB - Rhaetian Railroad
            Changes in color schemes; origins of high speed networks since 1990  mfx decoder supports extended Motorola digital functions  Equiped with onboard MTS decoder.  MHI / Exclusive special subscription models produced in a one-time series  Sound
Pre-order price: $ 429.00

RhB Tm 2/2 91 Rail Tractor

Model: The class Tm 2/2 tractors are used at many RhB stations in switching work. The model of Road Number Tm 91 is prototypical without roll-down doors. The model has a powerful Bühler motor and a built-in digital decoder with many sound functions and different light functions. Length over the buffers 24 cm / 9-7/16".

Highlights:
  • Sound included for the first time.


L23130 - Olomana Museum Steam Locomotive
            Formation of the large state railroad networks from 1925 to 1945  New organization of European railroads and modernization 1945 - 70  Lettering on all rolling stock and motive power to standards 1970-1990  Changes in color schemes; origins of high speed networks since 1990  
Pre-order price: $ 319.00

Olomana Museum Steam Locomotive
Olomana Museum Steam Locomotive

Model: This museum steam locomotive is well known in the USA and was originally built by Baldwin. It originally was used to haul narrow gauge trains on sugar cane plantations. Later it was brought to California. Still later this locomotive was restored and since then has been in a museum to be admired. In response to requests from many of our customers, we are issuing this model again in a visually refined version. The model is extensively and absolutely prototypically painted and lettered. This weatherproof locomotive has a powerful motor driving two axles. It has a thoroughly prototypical air space between the boiler and the frame. The engineer's cab has been modeled true to the original. This model also has headlights, traction tires, 6 electrical pickups, and engineer's cab interior details, etc. Length over the buffers 28 cm / 11".


L24140 - Steam Locomotive
            New organization of European railroads and modernization 1945 - 70
Pre-order price: $ 209.00

Steam Locomotive

Model: This is a steam locomotive for a small railroad in Era III. It was designed for light narrow gauge railways and was built in large quantities by Orenstein & Koppel. Such small steam locomotives and others like it were used on narrow gauge industrial, logging, and other light railroads. The LGB model is richly and finely detailed as well as extensively lettered. The motor and gear drive have been reworked compared to earlier versions of this model. The side rods and valve gear have working details. Also, both wheel sets on the locomotive are powered. In addition, the model has a figure of a locomotive engineer and an engineer's cab closely based on the prototype. Length over the buffers 21 cm / 8-1/4".


L24741 - DR Steam Locomotive 99 5631 (Exclusiv)  DB - Germany
            MHI / Exclusive special subscription models produced in a one-time series  New organization of European railroads and modernization 1945 - 70  mfx decoder supports extended Motorola digital functions  Equiped with onboard MTS decoder.  Lighting Included  Sound  Smoke generator. Controlable feature.
Pre-order price: $ 559.00

DR Steam Locomotive 99 5631 (Exclusiv)

Prototype: The prototype for this model is Road Number 99 7238-1 as it looks in Era VI.

Model: The model has a prototypical paint scheme and lettering. It has a DCC interface connector, a reproduction of the cab, and headlights that change over with the direction of travel, two motors, a general-purpose socket, and a smoke unit with exhaust synchronized with the wheel movements. Length over the buffers 55 cm / 21-5/8".

One-time series for the Märklin-Dealer-Initiative.


L25910 - Narrow Gauge Diesel Locomotive
            Lettering on all rolling stock and motive power to standards 1970-1990
Pre-order price: $ 179.00

Narrow Gauge Diesel Locomotive

Model: KJF narrow gauge diesel locomotive as it looked in Era IV. The original of this narrow gauge locomotive type was built by Deutz. Such small, narrow gauge diesel locomotives and units similar to them were and are used in all types of narrow gauge rural, industrial, and logging railroads. This LGB model is richly and finely detailed as well as extensively lettered. Compared to previous versions of this model the motor and gear drive have been technically overhauled. Both wheel sets on the locomotive are powered. In addition, the locomotive has a figure of an engineer and a prototypically detailed cab. Length 19 cm / 7-1/2".


L26813 - HSB Steam Locomotive 99.23  DB - Germany
              DCC Decoder interface  Lighting Included  Smoke generator. Controlable feature.
Pre-order price: $ 1,595.00
            Goes with: L37732

HSB Steam Locomotive 99.23

Prototype: The prototype for this model is Road Number 99 7238-1 as it looks in Era VI.

Model: The model has a prototypical paint scheme and lettering. It has a DCC interface connector, a reproduction of the cab, and headlights that change over with the direction of travel, two motors, a general-purpose socket, and a smoke unit with exhaust synchronized with the wheel movements. Length over the buffers 55 cm / 21-5/8".

Comment: 50 Years of New Construction Locomotives in the Harz The lack of motive power on the meter gauge lines in the Harz was already obvious shortly after the DR's takeover of the NWE. In 1950, an order was therefore placed with LKM Babelsberg for the building of a new 2-10-2 narrow gauge locomotive for these lines. This unit borrowed heavily from the standard design locomotives 99 221 - 223 that had been built in 1930 by Schwartzkopff. In January of 1955, the first new construction locomotive was delivered in Wernigerode and placed into service. After serious problems with the running gear appeared at the start of its service, several changes had to be carried out to correct these early malfunctions. Then, these locomotives turned in good results. Experiments were made over time with oil firing, and the locomotives were equipped with compressed air brakes in place of the vacuum brakes originally installed. From 1992 on these locomotives ran on the Brocken line again after it was opened again after the reunification of West and East Germany. In 1993, the lines in the Harz were taken over by the HSB, and the locomotives are once again the backbone of the operations, which after 50 years is good proof of their quality.

The 37732 car set is available to go with this locomotive.


L27872 - USRA Mikado Steam Locomotive with Sound  US - United States
            New organization of European railroads and modernization 1945 - 70  Equiped with onboard MTS decoder.  Lighting Included  Sound  Smoke generator
Pre-order price: $ 1,429.00

USRA Mikado Steam Locomotive with Sound

Prototype: The 2-8-2 "Mikado" was generally one of the most successful steam locomotives built. The first Mikados were built in 1897 by Baldwin in the USA for the narrow gauge railroads in Japan. In World War I, this wheel arrangement was taken on as a standard by the United States Railroad Administration, and more than 1,000 "Mikes" were built for numerous American railroads and different railroads all over the world. These locomotives were used with great success, mostly in freight service. Many of these locomotives were in service right up to the end of the steam era in the Fifties. A clear sign of a successful design.

Model: This detailed, weatherproof model has an extremely wide array of features. It has a factory-installed MTS decoder for analog and digital. The roof hatches on the cab can be opened. The firebox door can be opened and there is a flickering light from the firebox. The locomotive has a four-position selector switch for the mode of operation. It has an encapsulated gear drive with a powerful Bühler motor. The locomotive has an articulated drive system (The locomotive will even run on the sharp radius "R1" for curved track.). Four axles powered, two traction tires. The locomotive has twelve electrical pickups. It also has digital, electronic steam locomotive sounds synchronized with the motion of the wheels. The sounds of a bell, whistle, brakes, air pump, and feed water pump are also present. The locomotive has a built-in volume control. The sound functions can be remote controlled (with the multi-train control system). The locomotive has a voltage limiting system. It also has a built-in smoke generator. The headlights change over automatically with the direction of travel. The locomotive has a general-purpose electrical socket with a safety feature. Four different sets of lettering (in addition to Union Pacific) for different railroads (New York Central, Pennsylvania, Santa Fe, Southern Pacific) are included to have different railroad names. Length 93 cm / 36-5/8".


L28438 - RhB Class Ge 4/4 II Electric Locomotive  RhB - Rhaetian Railroad
              mfx decoder supports extended Motorola digital functions  Equiped with onboard MTS decoder.  Lighting Included  Sound
Pre-order price: $ 995.00

RhB Class Ge 4/4 II Electric Locomotive

Model: Rhaetian Railroad class Ge 4/4 II electric locomotive, road number 620, in a paint scheme as the anniversary locomotive for the 100th anniversary of the railroad line Bever-Scuol. This model is only being produced in a one-time series. It has extensive features. The model has many sound functions such as traction motor sounds, train announcements, station announcements, compressor, whistle, main blower, the sound of brakes squealing, etc. The locomotive has triple headlights that change over with the direction of travel. It also has pantographs that are raised and lowered electrically with the change in direction. In addition, the locomotive has cab lighting, general-purpose sockets, traction tires, and cab doors that can be opened. The locomotive is equipped with 2 powerful Bühler motors driving all of the axles. New features are flush fitting windows in the engineer's cabs and engine room, separately applied rear view mirrors on the right side of the locomotive, sockets on the end, and antennas on the roof. The locomotive is also prototypically and extensively painted and lettered. Length over the buffers 57 cm / 22-7/16".

Highlights:
  • Reworked model
  • - Flush fitting windows
  • - Separately applied rear view mirrors
  • - Separately applied sockets
  • - Separately applied antennas
One-time series.


L28439 - RhB Class Ge 4/4 II Electric Locomotive  RhB - Rhaetian Railroad
              mfx decoder supports extended Motorola digital functions  Equiped with onboard MTS decoder.  Lighting Included  Sound
Pre-order price: $ 995.00

RhB Class Ge 4/4 II Electric Locomotive

Model: Rhaetian Railroad class Ge 4/4 II electric locomotive, road number 623, in a paint scheme as the anniversary locomotive for the 125th anniversary of the Rhaetian Railroad. This model is only being produced in a one-time series. It has extensive features. The model has many sound functions such as traction motor sounds, train announcements, station announcements, compressor, whistle, main blower, the sound of brakes squealing, etc. The locomotive has triple headlights that change over with the direction of travel. It also has pantographs that are raised and lowered electrically with the change in direction. In addition, the locomotive has cab lighting, general-purpose sockets, traction tires, and cab doors that can be opened. The locomotive is equipped with 2 powerful Bühler motors driving all of the axles. New features are flush fitting windows in the engineer's cabs and engine room, separately applied rear view mirrors on the right side of the locomotive, sockets on the end, and antennas on the roof. The locomotive is also prototypically and extensively painted and lettered. Length over the buffers 57 cm / 22-7/16".

Highlights:
  • Reworked model
  • - Flush fitting windows
  • - Separately applied rear view mirrors
  • - Separately applied sockets
  • - Separately applied antennas
One-time series.


L28802 - DR Steam Locomotive 99 6001  DB - Germany
            New organization of European railroads and modernization 1945 - 70  Equiped with onboard MTS decoder.  Lighting Included  Sound  Smoke generator. Controlable feature.
Pre-order price: $ 979.00

DR Steam Locomotive 99 6001
DR Steam Locomotive 99 6001

Model: Model of DR Road Number 99 6001 as it looked in Era III. This locomotive is the former NWE (Nordhausen - Wernigerode Railroad in the Harz Region) Road Number 21 that was later taken over by the DR. The model is prototypically painted and lettered. The locomotive plates are made of separately applied metal parts. The locomotive is weathered as if in operation. The locomotive is fully equipped with a powerful motor, an MTS decoder, sound, and a smoke unit. The headlights change over with the direction of travel. There is cab lighting and a flickering light in the firebox. The smoke box door and the cab doors can be opened. This model is packaged in an exclusive wooden case. A locomotive engineer and a fireman are included. A certificate of authenticity is included. Length over the buffers 41 cm / 16-1/8".

Highlights:
  • Weathered as if in operation.
  • Comes in an exclusive wooden case.
  • Inset windows.
  • 2 powerful motors.
  • All axles powered.
One-time series in 2015.


L30511 - RhB Express Passenger Car Type B3yg  RhB - Rhaetian Railroad
              Lighting Included
Pre-order price: $ 339.00

RhB Express Passenger Car Type B

Model: Model of an RhB standard design Mark IV express train passenger car in the current version for an updated car in Era VI. This model is prototypically painted and lettered. The doors can be opened, and the car has factory-installed interior lighting. The car has metal wheel sets. Length over the buffers 67 cm / 26-3/8".

Comment: The Mark IV design express train passenger cars still form the backbone of the express trains on the Rhaetian Railroad. Currently these cars are being fundamentally rebuilt and updated. They are also getting a new paint scheme.

Together with the newly available 35513 first class cars, prototypical express trains can be assembled with these cars to go with the classes Ge 4/4 II and Ge 4/4 III locomotives.


L30521 - RhB Dining Car WR 3811  RhB - Rhaetian Railroad
            Changes in color schemes; origins of high speed networks since 1990  Lighting Included
Pre-order price: $ 399.00

RhB Dining Car WR 3811

Model: This dining car is used on the RhB to provide passengers with dining services on the Glacier Express. This model is prototypically painted and lettered for Era V. The car has interior details and doors that can be opened. Length over the buffers 66 cm / 26".


L30675 - RhB Bernina Car Set  RhB - Rhaetian Railroad
              Lighting Included
Pre-order price: $ 899.00

RhB Bernina Car Set

Model: Car set consisting of 3 RhB modern express train passenger cars, including car number AB 1546, a 1st/2nd class car, and car numbers B 2309 and B 2312, two 2nd class cars. The cars are a special edition with the logo for the anniversary of the Bernina Railroad. The cars have prototypical paint schemes and lettering. They are equipped with interior lighting, metal wheel sets, and doors that can be opened. Length over the buffers for each car 62 cm / 24-3/8".

The cars from the 30675 set can be added to the 20225 Allegra to make a prototypical express train on the Bernina Railroad.


L32521 - RhB Passenger Car, 2nd Class  RhB - Rhaetian Railroad
            Lettering on all rolling stock and motive power to standards 1970-1990  Lighting Included
Pre-order price: $ 339.00

RhB Passenger Car, 2nd Class

Model: For many years, the so-called steel cars formed the image of the RhB express passenger trains. This is a 2nd class car with prototypical paint and lettering. It has metal wheel sets and interior lighting. Length over the buffers 66 cm / 26".

This car together with the 32520, 31523, 31521, and 30523 cars can be used to make up a complete express passenger train of steel cars.


L35359 - Rügen Bäder Railroad (RüBB) Passenger Car Set
            
Pre-order price: $ 379.00

Rgen B„der Railroad (RBB) Passenger Car Set

Model: This Rügen Bäder Railroad passenger car set has sidewalls with a sheet metal look and a green basic paint scheme. It reproduces the cars of the famous Rasenden Roland / Racing Roland on Rügen. The models have metal wheels and complete interior details. The doors at the ends of the cars can be opened and the cars are prototypically lettered. Both cars are individually packaged. Length over the buffers for each car 58 cm / 22-7/8".

28005 is the right motive power for 35359.


L35513 - RhB Express Passenger Car, 1st Class  RhB - Rhaetian Railroad
              Lighting Included
Pre-order price: $ 339.00

RhB Express Passenger Car, 1st Class

Model: Model of an RhB standard design Mark IV express train passenger car in the current version for an updated first class car in Era VI. This model is prototypically painted and lettered. The doors can be opened, and the car has factory-installed interior lighting. The car has metal wheel sets. Length over the buffers 67 cm / 26-3/8".

Comment: The Mark IV design express train passenger cars still form the backbone of the express trains on the Rhaetian Railroad. Currently these cars are being fundamentally rebuilt and updated. They are also getting a new paint scheme.

Together with the newly available 30511 second class cars, prototypical express trains can be assembled with these cars to go with the classes Ge 4/4 II and Ge 4/4 III locomotives. The series will be continued.


L35690 - RhB Baggage Car  RhB - Rhaetian Railroad
            New organization of European railroads and modernization 1945 - 70  Lettering on all rolling stock and motive power to standards 1970-1990  Lighting Included
Pre-order price: $ 175.00

RhB Baggage Car

Model: RhB baggage car in the original paint scheme of the Seventies. The car has a new car number D 4214. It has metal wheel sets and doors that can be opened. Length over the buffers 62 cm / 24-3/8".

The 35690 car can be added to the 31676, 31677, 31678 cars or also the earlier 3167 and 31675 cars to make up a prototypical train.


L36072 - Christmas Car for 2015
Pre-order price: $ 135.00

Christmas Car for 2015

Model: The Christmas passenger car for 2015 has an extensively imprinted, wonderful theme. The model has interior details and of course, the doors can be opened. It seamlessly continues the previous series of LGB Christmas cars. The car has metal solid wheels. Length over the buffers 30 cm / 11-13/16".


L36352 - DR MB-SH Passenger Car  DB - Germany
            
Pre-order price: $ 189.00
            Goes with: L26841

DR MB-SH Passenger Car

Model: Model of passenger car, car number 970-571, for the Schönheide Museum Railroad in the current red / beige paint scheme. The car is prototypically painted and lettered for Era VI. The doors on the platforms can be opened. The car has complete interior details and metal wheel sets. Length over the buffers 58 cm / 22-7/8".

This car goes marvelously with the 26841 locomotive.


L36658 - Pullman Express Car Set  RhB - Rhaetian Railroad
            Changes in color schemes; origins of high speed networks since 1990    Lighting Included
Pre-order price: $ 649.00

Pullman Express Car Set

Model: Currently, the RhB (Rhaetian Railroad) owns 4 historic salon cars. These elegant, luxuriously equipped cars are used as the "Alpine Classic Pullman Express". These cars can still be booked for all of the Grisons and the "Alpine Classic Pullman Express" goes all the way to Zermatt. This LGB set correctly reproduces the two salon cars with the car numbers As 1141 and As 1142. The cars are prototypically lettered and painted, have complete interior details, and the doors can be opened. Length over the buffers for each car 66 cm / 26".

Highlights:
  • Prototypical extensive paintwork and lettering.
  • Interior details.
  • Interior lighting.
  • Doors that can be opened.
This set can be added to the 36659 car set and the equally newly available 40844 baggage car to make up a complete train. The 25409 crocodile goes well with these cars as motive power.


L36807 - White Pass Passenger Car  US - United States
            
Pre-order price: $ 175.00

White Pass Passenger Car

Model: Model of a typical American old-timer passenger car painted and lettered for the White Pass & Yukon Railroad as it is currently used in museum trains. The model is prototypically painted and lettered. The doors can be opened, and the car has complete interior details. The car has metal wheel sets. Length 49 cm / 19-5/16".

A complete WP&YR train can be modelled with this car together with the 36816, 36846, and 40756 cars.


L36816 - White Pass Combine Car  US - United States
            
Pre-order price: $ 175.00

White Pass Combine Car
White Pass Combine Car

Model: Model of a typical American old-timer passenger car with a baggage compartment painted and lettered for the White Pass & Yukon Railroad as it is currently used in museum trains. The model is prototypically painted and lettered. The doors can be opened, and the car has complete interior details. The car has metal wheel sets. Length 49 cm / 19-5/16".

This model is the ideal add-on for the 36807 passenger car.


L36846 - White Pass Baggage Car  US - United States
            
Pre-order price: $ 175.00

White Pass Baggage Car

Model: Model of a typical American old-timer baggage car painted and lettered for the White Pass & Yukon Railroad as it is currently used in museum trains. The model is prototypically painted and lettered. The doors can be opened, and the car has complete interior details. The car has metal wheel sets. Length 49 cm / 19-5/16".

This model is the ideal add-on for the 36807 and 36816 cars.


L37732 - HSB Passenger Car Set, 2nd class  DB - Germany
            
Pre-order price: $ 385.00
            Goes with: L26813

HSB Passenger Car Set, 2nd class

Model: Car set consisting of two type KB four-axle day coaches. Both cars have truss rods, and one car has a built-in toilet. These models reproduce the originals in prototypical HSB paint schemes and lettering for Era VI. Both models have metal solid wheel sets. Length over the buffers for each car 49.5 cm / 19-1/2".

Highlights:
  • Truss rods on the car underbodies for the first time.
  • A built-in toilet included in one car.
A prototypical HSB passenger car can be formed with these cars and the 30730 and 30731 cars as well as the 26813 locomotive.


L39079 - DR Car Set (Franzburger Kreisbahn)  DB - Germany
            New organization of European railroads and modernization 1945 - 70
Pre-order price: $ 319.00
            Goes with: L20180

DR Car Set (Franzburger Kreisbahn)

Model: "Franzburg County Railroad" Car Set. This car set consists of 3 cars. 2 each type Ci two-axle passenger cars, 3rd class, in a green paint scheme with metal wheels, 1 each type Gci two-axle optional freight/passenger car, 3rd class, also in a green paint scheme with metal wheels. All of the cars are painted and lettered for Era III of the DR. The cars are extensively and prototypically lettered. The doors on the cars can be opened. All of the cars are individually packaged. Total length over the buffers 90 cm / 35-7/16".

This car set goes well with the 20180 steam locomotive.


L39310 - DB Era III Express Train Passenger Car Set  DB - Germany
            New organization of European railroads and modernization 1945 - 70  Lighting Included
Pre-order price: $ 769.00

DB Era III Express Train Passenger Car Set

Model: Four-part DB (German Federal Railroad) express train passenger car set painted and lettered for Era III. This set consists of 1 each type A4üm-61 compartment car, 1st class, 2 each type B4üm-63 compartment cars in different versions, 2nd class, and a type BRbu4üm-61 half dining car. All of the cars are extensively and prototypically painted and lettered. All of the cars have metal wheels, extensive interior details, and interior lighting. The doors can be opened of course. All of the cars are individually packaged. Length over the buffers for each car 80 cm / 31-1/2".

This car set can be added to the 20750 or 21750 LGB E 10 electric locomotives to make up a prototypical train. The class 139 (LGB 20755) can also be used as it was in the prototype.


L40023 - Museum Car for 2015  DB - Germany
            Lettering on all rolling stock and motive power to standards 1970-1990
Pre-order price: $ 159.00

Museum Car for 2015

Model: Era IV DB type Res 4-axle gondola. The car is loaded with a real wooden crate lettered for the firm Bühler-Motoren, Nürnberg, Germany. The crate is removable. The car has metal wheel sets. Length over the buffers 41.5 cm / 16-3/8".

One-time series in 2015. Available only at the Märklin Museum in Göppingen, Germany.


L40031 - DR Gondola Car Set  DB - Germany
            New organization of European railroads and modernization 1945 - 70
Pre-order price: $ 175.00

DR Gondola Car Set

Model: Car set consisting of two DR type Ow gondola cars, used on the narrow gauge railroads in the Harz Region. One car has boards added to the car walls to increase the load space, and one car has standard walls model of wood with sheet metal doors. Both cars come as the prototype with and without hand brakes, but with brake lines. The cars are prototypically painted and lettered for Era III. The cars have metal spoked wheel sets. Both cars are individually packaged. Length over the buffers for each car 30 cm / 11-13/16".

Highlights:
  • Tooling changes with new parts.


L40122 - RhB Maintenance Car Xk 8609  RhB - Rhaetian Railroad
            Changes in color schemes; origins of high speed networks since 1990
Pre-order price: $ 119.00
            Goes with: L40817

RhB Maintenance Car Xk 8609

Model: RhB type Xk maintenance car, consisting of a low side car with a tank mounted on it and a platform for controlling weeds on the tracks. The car is prototypically painted and lettered for Era V. It has metal spoked wheels. Length over the buffers 34 cm / 15".

A typical train for track maintenance can be assembled by using this car along with the 40817 auxiliary equipment car.


L40756 - Drovers Caboose White Pass  US - United States
              Lighting Included
Pre-order price: $ 225.00

Drovers Caboose White Pass

Model: Model of a typical American caboose painted and lettered for the White Pass & Yukon Railroad as it is currently used in museum trains. This model is prototypically painted and lettered. The doors can be opened, and the caboose has complete interior details. It also has interior lighting and separately applied marker lights. The caboose has metal wheel sets, two of them with ball bearings for flicker-free power pickup. Length 49 cm / 19-5/16".

This car is ideal as an add-on for the 36807, 36816, and 36846 cars. With its lighted marker lights, it is a must-have feature for every train.


L40817 - RhB Emergency Aid Car  RhB - Rhaetian Railroad
            Changes in color schemes; origins of high speed networks since 1990
Pre-order price: $ 125.00
            Goes with: L40122

RhB Emergency Aid Car

Model: RhB auxiliary emergency car, car number Xk 9005, in the paint and lettering scheme for Era V. Several older freight cars that were no longer needed were rebuilt as material cars for emergency trains and for maintenance service. This model is prototypically painted and lettered. The doors can be opened and the car has metal wheel sets. Length over the buffers 39 cm / 15-3/8".

This car goes well with the 40122 maintenance car.


L40844 - Pullman Express Baggage Car  RhB - Rhaetian Railroad
            Changes in color schemes; origins of high speed networks since 1990  
Pre-order price: $ 179.00

Pullman Express Baggage Car

Model: RhB baggage car to go with the Alpine Classic Pullman Express salon cars. This car is prototypically painted and lettered, and the doors can be opened. The car has metal wheel sets. Length over the buffers 43.5 cm / 17-1/8".

One-time series in 2015.

This baggage car can be added to the 36658 and 36659 cars to make the complete Alpine Classic Pullman Express.


L40922 - RhB Stake Car Set  RhB - Rhaetian Railroad
            
Pre-order price: $ 265.00

RhB Stake Car Set
RhB Stake Car Set

Model: Car set consisting of two RhB type R-w and Sp-w four-axle stake cars. The type R-w car is loaded with two newly tooled waste removal containers in different colors. The type Sp-w car does not have a brakeman's platform with a hand brake. The paint scheme and lettering for the railroad cars is prototypical. Both cars are individually packaged. Length over the buffers for each car 66 cm / 26".


L42261 - Boxcar  DB - Germany
            New organization of European railroads and modernization 1945 - 70
Pre-order price: $ 125.00

Boxcar
Boxcar

Model: German Federal Railroad (DB) type Gw two-axle boxcar with advertising for the Weihenstephan Brewery. This model has Era III paint and lettering. All of the doors on the car can be opened. In addition, the car has metal wheel sets. Length over the buffers 34 cm / 13-3/8".

One-time series.


L42793 - Caboose undecorated  US - United States
            Formation of the large state railroad networks from 1925 to 1945  New organization of European railroads and modernization 1945 - 70  Lighting Included
Pre-order price: $ 175.00

Caboose undecorated
Caboose undecorated

Model: Model of a caboose as it was used with all freight trains in the Fifties. This model is finely detailed and has complete interior details. The doors on the caboose can be opened. The model has metal wheel sets, 2 of them with ball bearings for electrical pickup for the interior lighting and the lighted marker lights. A sheet of stickers with names and car numbers for the railroads Union Pacific, Santa Fa, Southern Pacific, Pennsylvania Railroad, and New York Central is included with this caboose so that the car can be appropriately lettered. Length 49 cm / 19-5/16".

Comment: The Caboose A caboose was a fixed feature at the end of every freight train in North America for more than a century. Like the red schoolhouse and the red barn, the red caboose developed into an American icon. Yet soon after the disappearance of the steam locomotive, the caboose also became superfluous and so today it merely still keeps memories of the gold era of railroading alive. Actually, there are conflicting versions of how the caboose came by its name. A favorite story refers to a derivation of the word "Kabuis", a small room or hut. More concrete however is the origin of the first railroad caboose, which can be traced back to the 1840s. Nat Williams, a train conductor of the small Auburn & Syracuse Railroad in the north of New York State, decided one day to convert the empty boxcar at the end of his train into a "rolling office". Williams sat there on a wooden crate and used a barrel as a desk. In addition, he stored flags, lanterns, chains, and other tools in this first caboose. By contrast, the origin of the unique cupola on the top of a caboose is attributed to T. B. Watson, a train conductor on the Chicago & North Western Railroad. In 1863, Watson had to use a boxcar unexpectedly as a caboose as the end of his train. This car had a hole in the roof. Watson came upon the idea of placing a pair of handy crates on top of each other and standing on them so that his head and shoulders protruded from the hole. This gave him a marvelous view over the entire train. After returning to his home station, Watson related his positive experiences to a chief mechanic. The latter suggested providing a caboose in the process of being built with a "lookout" and thus was born the first caboose with a cupola. By the mid-Twenties there were about 34,000 cabooses running on the American railroads. In addition to the work area for the conductor, they often had bunk beds for sleeping, stoves for cooking, toilets, as well as electric heating, refrigerators, and radio communications starting in the Fifties. In addition, the cars were used as storage space for tools and all kinds of materials. In the beginning, most railroads painted their cabooses in a gleaming red color. Yet after World War II, cabooses began to turn up in many different colors, many of them similar to the paint schemes for the new diesel locomotives of the different railroads. The nail in the coffin for the caboose was finally the so-called "End-of-Train" (EOT) telemetry device. This small metal box is attached to the rear coupler of the last car in the train and is connected to the air brake line. Powered by a battery, the EOT sends a regular signal to the locomotive about brake pressure, movement, and direction of movement for the last car. In addition, these devices are equipped with a sensor-controlled red blinking light that serves at night as a marker for the end of the train. At the end of the Eighties, all of the US states as well as the Canadian government had approved the use of the EOT system, and the caboose thus became pretty much unemployed. Today there are only a couple hundred cabooses still in use for special transfer trains, special switching work, work trains, and for trains that have to be pushed for longer periods of time.

The right add-on for the 27872 Mikado.


L42890 - Container Transport Car  DB - Germany
            Changes in color schemes; origins of high speed networks since 1990
Pre-order price: $ 135.00

Container Transport Car

Model: German Railroad, Inc. (DB AG) two-axle container car painted and lettered for Era V, loaded with a TFG container. This container car has double buffers and metal wheel sets. Length over the buffers 40.8 cm / 16-1/16".


L43121 - DR Gondola  DB - Germany
            New organization of European railroads and modernization 1945 - 70
Pre-order price: $ 99.00

DR Gondola

Model: Gondolas were one of the most important car types on the DR. They were used to transport volume freight not sensitive to moisture. This car is a model of a two-axle car with a brakeman's platform. The model is painted and lettered for Era III and has metal solid wheel sets. Length over the buffers 33.5 cm / 13-3/16".


L43261 - LGB Club Car for 2015 "Frauengunst" Refrig Car  DB - Germany  Insider item - only available to Marklin Club members
Pre-order price: $ 125.00

LGB Club Car for 2015 Frauengunst Refrig Car
LGB Club Car for 2015

Model: Two-axle refrigerator car with a brakeman's cab painted and lettered for the food products company Fritz Homann in Dissen. The car has a prototypical paint scheme and lettering, and the doors can be opened. The car also has metal spoked wheels sets. This model is being produced exclusively for LGB club members. Length over the buffers 33.5 cm / 13-3/16".


L43356 - Pfannenberg Brewery Beer Car  DB - Germany
            Private and provincial railroads from the beginning to about 1925
Pre-order price: $ 129.00

Pfannenberg Brewery Beer Car

Model: Model of a two-axle beer car painted and lettered for the brewery "Pfannenberg" from Zerbst, used on the Royal Prussian Railroad Administration. The car is painted and lettered for Era I, with the side sills painted prototypically in white. The doors - even on the brakeman's cab - can be opened. The car has metal spoked wheel sets. Length over the buffers 34 cm / 13-3/8".


L43419 - HSB SKL Ballast Car Set  DB - Germany
            Changes in color schemes; origins of high speed networks since 1990
Pre-order price: $ 189.00

HSB SKL Ballast Car Set

Model: Set consisting of two HSB ballast cars. Both cars are prototypically painted and lettered for Era V. The side loading hatches can be opened. The cars have metal wheel sets. Length over the buffers for each car 30 cm / 11-13/16". Both cars are individually packaged.


L43882 - RhB Gondola  RhB - Rhaetian Railroad
            New organization of European railroads and modernization 1945 - 70
Pre-order price: $ 115.00

RhB Gondola

Model: These gondolas were purchased between 1911 and 1913 and were still in use on the RhB several years ago. This is a prototypical model painted and lettered for Era III. The car has metal wheel sets. Length over the buffers 40 cm / 15-3/4".

This car continues the series of RhB cars from Era III such as 44880, 45140, or 40121. It goes very well with the class Ge 6/6 I "Crocodile" electric locomotive, for example, Item Number 23405, or the Ge 2/4 in both versions, Item Numbers 22450 and 24440.


L45300 - RhB Gk Boxcar  RhB - Rhaetian Railroad
            New organization of European railroads and modernization 1945 - 70  Lettering on all rolling stock and motive power to standards 1970-1990
Pre-order price: $ 109.00

RhB Gk Boxcar

Model: The cars of this type were purchased by the RhB starting at the end of the 19th century and for many years, they were the backbone of the freight trains. This model reproduces how the cars looked in Eras III/IV and is prototypically painted and lettered. Some of the boards on the car's superstructure are represented as replaced and weathered. The doors can be opened. The car has metal solid wheel sets. Length over the buffers 30 cm / 11-13/16".


L45651 - LGB RR Caboose  US - United States
            Private and provincial railroads from the beginning to about 1925  Formation of the large state railroad networks from 1925 to 1945  New organization of European railroads and modernization 1945 - 70  Lettering on all rolling stock and motive power to standards 1970-1990  Changes in color schemes; origins of high speed networks since 1990
Pre-order price: $ 89.00

LGB RR Caboose

Model: The caboose was typical for an American freight train - a car for the crew such as the conductor and the brakeman. This model of such a caboose is painted and lettered for a typical Lake George and Boulder Railroad unit. Length 30 cm / 11-13/16".


L45898 - RhB Coop Container Transport Car Set  RhB - Rhaetian Railroad
            
Pre-order price: $ 275.00

RhB Coop Container Transport Car Set

Model: Set consisting of two RhB flat cars for containers, loaded with removable refrigerator containers for the retail chain coopr. The cars have new car numbers, and the containers are lettered for coopr and the themes "Kartoffeln" (potatoes) and "Schefflera" (a type of houseplant). The paint schemes and lettering are prototypical for Era VI. The cars have metal solid wheel sets. Length over the buffers for each car 41 cm / 12-7/16".

These refrigerator container cars are used on the entire network of the RhB to distribute food products. Usually these cars are run in freight trains, but it also happens that one of these cars is also coupled to a passenger train.


L46357 - Fire Fighting Train Equipment Car  DB - Germany
            Lettering on all rolling stock and motive power to standards 1970-1990
Pre-order price: $ 135.00

Fire Fighting Train Equipment Car

Model: Equipment car from the DR's Wernigerode firefighting train as it looked around 1979. The car has tooling changes with inset windows. It also has a prototypical paint scheme and lettering. The doors on the sides can be opened. The car has metal spoked wheel sets. Length over the buffers 30 cm / 11-13/16".

Goes with 42010.


L49390 - DEV Gmp Car Set
            
Pre-order price: $ 385.00
            Goes with: L20181

DEV Gmp Car Set

Model: This car set for a freight train with passenger accommodations consists of 2 passenger cars and 2 load cradle cars. The cars look as they did in Era VI. All of the cars are prototypically painted and lettered. The doors on the passenger cars can be opened. All of the cars have metal wheel sets. Train length approximately 126 cm / 49-5/8".

One-time series in 2015.

A prototypical DEV museum train can be assembled by combining this car set with the 20181 locomotive "Franzburg".


L49550 - DR Car Set  DB - Germany
            New organization of European railroads and modernization 1945 - 70
Pre-order price: $ 339.00

DR Car Set

Model: Car set consisting of 5 freight cars for DR narrow gauge lines. The cars are prototypically painted and lettered for Era III. The set consists of a gondola, 2 tank cars, a high side gondola, and a stake car. Length over the buffers for each car 25 cm / 9-7/8".


L51079 - Electronic Locomotive Controller 5amp
Pre-order price: $ 159.00

Electronic Locomotive Controller 5amp

Model: This new electronic locomotive controller for analog operation offers the latest technology for high operating current and modern features for your analog operated LGB layout: maximum of 5 amps operating current, suitable for use with any LGB transformer (DC or AC). This controller is recommended for use with the 51095 100 watt switched mode power pack. Very fine control and smoothed DC voltage. Naturally, this controller can be converted for radio remote control (with LGB 55050/55055). Adjustable control range: +/- 135ø with a zero position in the center / booster button with programmable acceleration, Stop/Halt button. LED indicators for Stop, overload, ready for operation, and direction of travel. Connections for wire up to 1.5 square millimeters in cross section / approximately 15/16 gauge, protected against short circuits. Output: 0-24 volts DC. Operating current: maximum 5 amps. Dimensions 160 x 120 x 95 mm / 6-5/16" x 4-3/4" x 3-3/4".

New design.

Particularly suitable for use with 51095.


L55085 - MTS Reverse Loop Module (New)
Pre-order price: $ 105.00

MTS Reverse Loop Module (New)

Model: New reverse loop module for the new digital LGB system world. You can switch the reverse loop on your digital layout automatically and free of short circuits. You will protect your digital layout and the rolling stock in the process. One more advantage of the reverse loop module: Several reverse loops can be used simultaneously on the layout. Reverse loop modules in use up to now cause a short circuit when the train enters the reverse loop and force the polarity of the track to switch by causing a break in the voltage, example: 55080. This new MTS reverse loop module by comparison switches free of short circuits; and interruption of the voltage in the track is avoided. The overloading of the MTS central unit by the intentionally caused short circuit is thereby a thing of the past. This protects above all track components such as locomotive decoders, turnout decoders, and the electronics customarily installed in locomotives and cars. This module is compatible with the previous components. Notes: Due to technical changes, the previous MTS reverse unit model (LGB 55081) is being discontinued and replaced by the new 55085 version. This new module is suitable to a limited extent for analog operation. This product is not weatherproof and must be protected from moisture. 80 x 70 x 20 mm / 3-1/8" x 2-3/4" x 3/4".


L55524 - Turnout Decoder, 1 Circuit
            Equiped with onboard MTS decoder.
Pre-order price: $ 59.00

Turnout Decoder, 1 Circuit

Model: Operating commands for an LGB solenoid accessory can be transmitted simply through the track with this new turnout decoder. The current pickup takes place directly in the track thus avoiding long, complicated wiring. This means that this MTS turnout decoder is ideal for controlling turnouts and signals on open track or on remote locations on your LGB layout. This decoder is designed for use with MTS I, MTS II, and MTS III. It supports the formats DCC, MFX, and MM.


L55525 - Turnout Decoder, 4 Circuits
Pre-order price: $ 99.00

Turnout Decoder, 4 Circuits

Model: Operating commands for an LGB solenoid accessory can be transmitted simply through the track with this turnout decoder for 4 circuits designed for the new LGB digital system. Simply connect your turnouts, signals, and accessories to a turnout decoder. This turnout decoder is connected to the track. Features: four command outputs. / the mode can be set for each output: normal (for turnouts and signals), synchronous blinking (for lights), asynchronous blinking (for lights), on/off (for lights and accessories) / adjustable switching duration for normal, synchronous, and asynchronous. Backwards compatible with the MTS 1 to MTS III. This turnout decoder can also be used with the LGB hand controller and by means of the MTS interface (LGB 55060). This product is not weatherproof and must be protected from moisture. 80 x 70 x 20 mm / 3-1/8" x 2-3/4" x 3/4".


L70230 - DR Era III Starter Set 230V  DB - Germany
            New organization of European railroads and modernization 1945 - 70  DCC Decoder interface  Lighting Included
Pre-order price: $ 369.00

DR Era III Starter Set 230V

Model: The starter set for all kinds of play: a freight train with a diesel locomotive, a low side car, and a stake car. The locomotive and cars are painted and lettered for the DR's Era III. The locomotive has a powerful Bühler motor and an interface digital connector for installation of an MTS decoder. This set also has a circle of track, a locomotive controller, a power supply, and hookup wire. Train length over the buffers 75 cm / 29-1/2".

Highlights:
  • Era III on the DR for the first time.


L70500 - DB Digital Advanced 2-Train Starter Set 230V  DB - Germany
Pre-order price: $ 999.00

DB Digital Advanced 2-Train Starter Set 230V


L70530 - DR Freight Starter Set with CS2 230V  DB - Germany
            New organization of European railroads and modernization 1945 - 70  mfx decoder supports extended Motorola digital functions  Equiped with onboard MTS decoder.  Lighting Included  Sound  Smoke generator
Pre-order price: $ 1,279.00

DR Freight Starter Set with CS2 230V

Model: The big starter set for the perfect way to get started in the digital LGB world with its many ways to play. The set consists of a freight train with a steam locomotive, an oval of track, and the large CS2 digital central controller. The locomotive is painted and lettered for the DR in Era III. It has an mfx sound decoder with many functions, a controllable smoke unit, and headlights. The locomotive has a powerful motor geared to both wheel sets and traction tires. The set has two stake cars painted and lettered for the DR in Era III. The set has an oval of track, the large CS2 digital central controller for mfx and DCC operation, a large 100 VA switched mode power pack, and all of the necessary hookup wire. Train length over the buffers 71 cm / 28".

Highlights:
  • Large digital controller included.
Locomotive for the first time with an mfx sound decoder.


L70580 - DB Wangerooge Advanced Starter Set 230V  DB - Germany
Pre-order price: $ 399.00

DB Wangerooge Advanced Starter Set 230V


L72302 - "Stainz" Passenger Starter Set 120V
Pre-order price: $ 299.00

Stainz Passenger Starter Set 120V


L72400 - Big Train Starter Set 120V
Pre-order price: $ 259.00

Big Train Starter Set 120V
Big Train Starter Set 120V