freight car Märklin catalogue car 1929

Item no.:  Marklin-45900
freight car Märklin catalogue car 1929 - Image 1
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HO gauge 16,5mm
power supply
product type
freight wagon
technical & model details
couplers NEM 362 coupling mount, KKK, Märklin close couplings
Length (mm) 134
scale 1:87
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Model: HO gauge AC. Private refrigerator car Ibopq with the cover of the 1929 Märklin catalogue from the Factory for Finest Metal Toys. Looking at and interpreting the painting brings back to life the golden days of travel and the railway. A class 39 steam locomotive (the legendary Prussian P10), next to an abstractly depicted old locomotive, waits in front of a large station hall for the approaching departure order - the Zp 9 signal. This sublime showpiece illustrates what a significant, important and imposing role the railway played in the 19th and 20th centuries, that it was honoured with such architecturally sophisticated artificial structures as a station hall. Inserted roof vents as well as staircases attached to the front sides.

In 2009 Märklin celebrated its 150th anniversary. However, from an initially quite wide range of toys, the product range concentrated over time on the manufacture of electric railways in different gauges. The excellent quality of the products made the name Märklin synonymous with model railways worldwide. Even today, the material metal is an essential element in the manufacture of locomotives, which thereby gain additional value in addition to their proverbial reliability and performance.

Märklin H0: The majority of Märklin products are manufactured in this gauge on a scale of 1:87. Due to the high operational reliability of the Märklin H0 three-wire alternating current system, Märklin has contributed to making this gauge the most widely used in the world. All Märklin H0 locomotives have been digitally controllable as standard since 2000.

Märklin Z-gauge: Model railway enthusiasts do not only opt for Z-gauge on a scale of 1:220 when space is limited. In Europe Märklin is the only large-scale manufacturer of Z-gauge, which appeals not only to passionate layout builders but also to collectors.