Starter set freight train with BR 89.0 DB mfx+

Item no.:  Marklin-29890
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Brand
Märklin
gauge
HO gauge 16,5mm
power supply
AC
product type
starter set
technical & model details
running number 89 003
friction tires yes
interior details yes
couplers NEM 362 coupling mount, KKK, Märklin close couplings
Length (mm) 455
light 2-light head signal, changing with direction of travel
scale 1:87
material & finish Fahrgestell und Aufbau der Lok aus Metall
with motor yes
flywheel yes
Age notice not suitable under 14 years
digital & sound
factory fitted Digital
country
Germany DB
era (continental)
era II (1920-1950)
era III (1949-1970)

Model: HO gauge AC. German Federal Railroad (DB) class 89.0 tank locomotive, one open freight car, one Gasolin tank car, and one Rlmms 56 stake car. Locomotive with an mfx digital decoder and a special motor. 3 axles powered. Traction tyres. Triple headlights will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. Interchangeable coupler hooks on the locomotive and cars with Relex couplers. Contents: 12 curved tracks, 4 straight tracks, 4 straight tracks, connection set, 36 VA/230 V switching power supply and Mobile Station. Illustrated playbook with many tips and suggestions.

Prototype: Class 89.0 tank locomotive, an open freight car, a "Gasolin" tank car and a German Federal Railroad (DB) type Rlmms 56 stake car.
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