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    Consignment Marklin 43866 - German Dining Car WRümh 132 of the DB (Sound Decoder)  
        

    This item is discontinued at the factory but is still available here.

    Consignment MA43866

    Price: $129.95
    Sale Price: $113.06


    System Scale Country Era Railway Dimensions
    AC HO Germany IV DB 283mm
    Consignment MA43866 - Marklin 43866 - German Dining Car WRümh 132 of the DB (Sound Decoder)

    Product Features and Details
    HO Scale AC Era IV Includes a digital decoder Includes a sound effect 

    Prototype: dining car WRümh 132 of the German Federal Railroad (DB). Color purple / ivory. With pitched roof.

    Model: mfx digital decoder and extensive sound functions. The minimum radius of 360 mm. Details specific to the underbody and apron. Trucks are Minden-Deutz difficult with disc brake and Mg-brake. Factory-installed interior lighting can be controlled digitally. Table lamps separately controlled digitally. Different light functions separately controlled digitally. The headlights are maintenance-free LEDs (LEDs). 6 glued figures of the company. Preiser. Separable current-conducting couplers. Grinder mounted.

    Highlights:

    • Mfx digital decoder.
    • Extensive light and sound functions.
    • Factory-installed LED interior lighting.
    • Different light functions separately controlled digitally.
    • Separable current-conducting couplers.
    • 6 glued figures of the company.

    TEE "Helvetia" to the "founding members", and therefore one of the veterans of the TEE trains, belonged to the "Helvetia", which linked the north of Germany on 2 June 1957 with the Switzerland since the start of the TEE network. Initially on the TEE DMUs of the new class VT 11.5 available for this train route. On April 12, 1965, the Helvetia became the first locomotive-hauled TEE in Germany. As Zugloks first served between Hamburg and Basel SBB primarily the fast E 12.10, whose failure and normal E 10 From 1971, took over the new express locomotives of the series 103.1 this performance. From Basel SBB-covered Swiss Re 4/4 II in TEA-coloring the train. The path of the TEE 72/73 "Helvetia" was as follows: Hamburg-Altona - Hamburg-Dammtor - Hamburg Hbf - Hannover - Göttingen - Frankfurt / M - Mannheim - Karlsruhe - Baden Oos - Freiburg (Breisgau) - Basel Bad - Basel SBB -. Zurich main station in Frankfurt (Main) Hbf Bahnhof head as well as in Mannheim Hbf (change of direction) had each held a locomotive change. On 26 May 1979 the TEA "Helvetia" drove for the last time, because the DB timetable change the two-class "IC 79" system introduced with the slogan "Every hour - each class". Only the summer timetable 1987 there was with the City 79/78 Euro Hamburg -. Zurich again a train of the same name, which was replaced in the timetable year 1993-94 by the ICE 71/70 "Helvetia" with the same path


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