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Online Ian555  
#201 Posted : 22 May 2011 09:36:55(UTC)
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Hi all,

Bought those 3600DKWS crossovers along with the signals.

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Offline steventrain  
#202 Posted : 22 May 2011 09:42:56(UTC)
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I have the one but in yellow box date 1957 (I think so).
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Online Ian555  
#203 Posted : 22 May 2011 10:35:59(UTC)
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Hi Stephen,

You got me thinking, how many solid rail track sections do I have.

So, got out all the boxes, I don't generally count any of the Märklin I buy, not even the number of Loco's I've got.

Right so this is solid center rail M track, I didn't count the straights or curves as there is plenty.


1935 to 1940..(16 sleeper track)...3 manual points.

1947 to 1955..26 electric points, 5 electric crossovers and 6 manual points.

The 1935 track differs from the rest, the screw holes are in a different position and there is no cutouts in the base of the track.

I have enough of this first year of M track to form a good sized circle.

Ian.



Online Ian555  
#204 Posted : 24 May 2011 06:07:24(UTC)
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Hi all,

Well, here they are, 10 of the 3700 large radius curves, and worth the 4 months of searching for them.

For track that's around 60 years old they came boxed and in wonderful condition.

Ian.

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Offline steventrain  
#205 Posted : 24 May 2011 06:44:37(UTC)
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It look like new.Smile
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Online Ian555  
#206 Posted : 24 May 2011 08:14:05(UTC)
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Hi Stephen,

Thanks. ThumpUp

Ian.

Online Ian555  
#207 Posted : 25 May 2011 04:49:00(UTC)
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Hi all,

I now have a copy of the Blocksystem using my 445A signals.

Thanks for your help with that Markus. ThumpUp

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Offline intruder  
#208 Posted : 25 May 2011 19:54:03(UTC)
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Those old tracks look grand, Ian.

I have some M-track, I think the oldest ones are from 1958 (straight and curves only, pukos and the screw holes further in from the track end than the newer ones).

I havn't used them for a while.
Best regards Svein, Norway
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Online Ian555  
#209 Posted : 25 May 2011 21:27:14(UTC)
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Hi Svein,

Thanks. ThumpUp

Ian.

Online Ian555  
#210 Posted : 27 May 2011 15:16:31(UTC)
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Hi all,

Got myself 3 crossing lights, not sure what age or gauge they are, what do you think.

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Offline Renato  
#211 Posted : 27 May 2011 15:28:39(UTC)
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Hi Ian,

I bought in the shop several years ago two of these signals.

The Marklin catalog number is 7050 and it is suitable for H0 gauge.

The box includes the signal and one 1/2 length (90 mm) contact track with one rail isolated, so the signal is connected to the isolated rail and when the wheels close the contact between the two rails the light is lit (the same principle used to operate the electromagnetic railroad crossing).

The box is made of brown cardboard, so I think the production date is around the 50's.

Cheers

Renato
Offline steventrain  
#212 Posted : 27 May 2011 15:46:29(UTC)
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Hi Ian,

Are you going to build 'Münstertal' layout?
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Online Ian555  
#213 Posted : 27 May 2011 16:12:49(UTC)
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Hi Renato,

Thanks very much for the information. ThumpUp

Ian.


Offline TrainIride  
#214 Posted : 27 May 2011 16:29:35(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Renato Go to Quoted Post
Hi Ian,

..., so the signal is connected to the isolated rail and when the wheels close the contact between the two rails the light is lit...

Renato


Hi Ian and Renato.

I'm still amazed with old Marklin technology and inventivity.
(though, if I used them, I'd bury their feet in the layout ground...)

Great items ThumpUp

Regards
Joël
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Online Ian555  
#215 Posted : 27 May 2011 16:45:51(UTC)
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Hi Stephen,

Yes, maybe next year. Smile

Ian.

Online Ian555  
#216 Posted : 27 May 2011 16:48:48(UTC)
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Hi Joel,

Thanks. ThumpUp

Ian.

Offline steventrain  
#217 Posted : 27 May 2011 18:03:54(UTC)
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Hi Stephen,

Yes, maybe next year. Smile

Ian.



Thanks, Look forward to it.
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Online Ian555  
#218 Posted : 30 May 2011 04:27:15(UTC)
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Hi all,

Couple of photo's of my latest purchase, a 467 Bridge with a hand written date of 1937.

The track on the bridge is 16 sleeper and the 2 screw holes are in the same position as on 1935 track, in the middle and on the outside of the track rails.

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Offline ac jacko  
#219 Posted : 30 May 2011 08:22:43(UTC)
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You have been busy Ian Cool
Online Ian555  
#220 Posted : 30 May 2011 14:39:53(UTC)
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Hi Dale,

Busy on e-bay. Smile ThumpUp

Ian.

Online Ian555  
#221 Posted : 03 June 2011 09:00:26(UTC)
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Hi all,

Couple of photo's around the station area.

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Offline nevw  
#222 Posted : 03 June 2011 09:37:35(UTC)
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nice scene Ian.
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Online Ian555  
#223 Posted : 03 June 2011 09:58:31(UTC)
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Hi Nev,

Thanks, took those photo's showing the "new" crossing lights I got.

My collection of 1930's to 50's Märklin is slowly growing, but still no Loco's.

Any progress to report on your layout this week?

Ian.

Offline RayF  
#224 Posted : 03 June 2011 10:27:21(UTC)
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Hi Ian,

I have a set of those crossing lights. They are meant to work with a contact track so that they "flash" as a train goes over the crossing. Very primitive, but it works! At one time I had them connected in that way on my old M track layout.
Ray

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Online Ian555  
#225 Posted : 03 June 2011 10:43:08(UTC)
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Hi Ray,

Yes thats correct, I've got one of the contact tracks, on the look out for another couple.

I haven't tried them to see how they will operate.

Ian.

Online Ian555  
#226 Posted : 05 June 2011 08:16:50(UTC)
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Hi all,

Here's some photo's of my latest tinplate wagens, 372,364 and 382.

As you can see there not in good condition (you need to check the prices some of them are going for on e-bay...100 euro's+ each).

Even in this condition I consider them a bit of a bargain. (5 euro's including postage each.)

As you can see the banana van needs a roof, and also in one of the photo's I lifted the wagen off the track to let you see the condition of the wheels.

So maybe, some help with locating wheels for this age of van.Smile

Ian.

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#227 Posted : 05 June 2011 08:39:51(UTC)
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Ian,

Great looking wagons !

Am just now in the process of running after a 364 ... hope I can land it.

The wheels on the banana van look cracked ?

Bit o work needed, no doubt. Smile

Yum
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Online Ian555  
#228 Posted : 05 June 2011 08:53:37(UTC)
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Hi Yum,

Yes, the wheels on the banana van 382, are very badly cracked (won't run on the track) and the 372 is going the same way.

Other than that and of course a roof for the 382 they are in not to bad a condition.


Ian.

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#229 Posted : 05 June 2011 09:48:32(UTC)
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Ian
you certainly have set yourself a task there to get them running. And a bargain to boot!ThumpUp

Will they be ready for the 10th anniversaryLOL or maybe the 20th OhMyGod
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Online Ian555  
#230 Posted : 05 June 2011 10:21:48(UTC)
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Hi Mike,

Just a little work between friends Smile .

Jacques has already kindly provided a contact for the wheels, although I'm not sure yet which ones to get (size), and then just a roof.

Job done....if only. Wink

You must be well pleased with that set of TEE coaches you've got,they look really good.ThumpUp ThumpUp

Ian.

Offline river6109  
#231 Posted : 05 June 2011 11:25:49(UTC)
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Ian,

Your 3 carriages are:

364/7, Production years: 1947-1949, axles with 3 axle spring plates, corner brake decals & document window hand painted.

372/6, Production year: 1946, Märklin sign black, 4 Axle Spring plates

382/6, Production year: 1946 or 1950 (lemon yellow), with 3 axle spring plates.

John

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Online Ian555  
#232 Posted : 05 June 2011 11:56:41(UTC)
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Hi John,

Thanks for the information on the wagens. ThumpUp

Ian.

Online Ian555  
#233 Posted : 09 June 2011 10:20:23(UTC)
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Hi all,

Bought myself some more 1935 to 1940 track (16 sleeper) last week, over 50 pieces in total.

Again I was lucky in that nearly half the track is from 1935...securing screw holes together on outer sides of the rails

Ian.

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#234 Posted : 09 June 2011 10:54:31(UTC)
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hullo ian
do you want some old three rail curves and straights
i think i have a box of those some where like 70 peices
and how are you mate enjoying your summer
we had another darn 5.50 quake on monday morning
queens birthday holiday 9.09am so much for sleeping in !!!
that station looks great a real collectors item
let me know the numbers of track you are after
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Online Ian555  
#235 Posted : 09 June 2011 16:40:10(UTC)
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Hi bryan,

To be honest, I've probably bought more of the track than I'll be able to use already as the proposed layout will not be that big.

With only a couple of weeks to go to the longest day, we've not had much summer weather (not that we're used to much anyway), back in April we had a spell of good sunshine but not alot since then.

Compared to what you guys have been through, there's no way I'm complaining, this is just how our summers are.

I just got the water supply fitted to the Samsung Fridge/freezer this afternoon in the extension, so that's another little job done.

Hopefully end of July will be house warming party, you'd be more than welcome to drop by.ThumpUp

Ian.



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#236 Posted : 09 June 2011 19:14:26(UTC)
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Very good.ThumpUp

Are you planning more tracks, Ian?
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Online Ian555  
#237 Posted : 10 June 2011 05:12:30(UTC)
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Hi Stephen,

Smile Wink

Ian.

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#238 Posted : 10 June 2011 19:11:12(UTC)
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Hi Ian,

Got the pin, thanks .. will be posting 'bout it soon elsewhere ...

In meantime, plz see this, might be of interest to you:

http://cgi.ebay.fr/HO-Marklin-voie-M-ancien-passage-a-niveau-automatique-/160599691437?pt=FR_YO_JeuxJouetd_TrainsElectriques&hash=item25647cd0ad

pilobion ^^ = great eBay seller, go for it !

Yum Tongue

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Online Ian555  
#239 Posted : 11 June 2011 03:37:22(UTC)
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Hi Yum,

Thanks. ThumpUp

Ian.

Online Ian555  
#240 Posted : 18 June 2011 13:58:57(UTC)
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Hi all,

Got a whole box full of O gauge track including this great looking set of points.

They have a faded Märklin, Made in Germany, stamp on the back of them.

Ian.

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#241 Posted : 27 June 2011 05:06:25(UTC)
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Hi all,

Got another 10 3700 curves, that should be enough for the small layout.

Ian.

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#242 Posted : 27 June 2011 14:06:34(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Ian555 Go to Quoted Post
Hi all,

Got a whole box full of O gauge track including this great looking set of points.

They have a faded Märklin, Made in Germany, stamp on the back of them.

Ian.

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Online Ian555  
#243 Posted : 28 June 2011 04:58:41(UTC)
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Hi Stephen,

Thanks for the information. ThumpUp

Ian.

Online Ian555  
#244 Posted : 30 June 2011 13:30:19(UTC)
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Hi all,

Here's some photo's of my 2nd 366 crane wagon.

Ian.

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#245 Posted : 05 July 2011 06:35:02(UTC)
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Hi all,

Have you noticed that the bicycle logo's are in different positions.

Does this help tell us which is the older wagon.

Ian.

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#246 Posted : 06 July 2011 20:54:47(UTC)
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Hi all,


Does this help tell us which is the older wagon.

Ian.




Email sent.
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#247 Posted : 06 July 2011 22:20:32(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Ian555 Go to Quoted Post
Have you noticed that the bicycle logo's are in different positions.

Hmmm,

According to Bigio's site : Bigio

The 366NK.6, /7 and /8 ... the Märklin logo was below the crank ...

... the 366NK.9 and /10 .. logo was shifted behind it ...

So, your left wagon is prolly older ^^, doesn't have rear railing either ..

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Online Ian555  
#248 Posted : 07 July 2011 10:39:52(UTC)
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Hi Yum,

Thanks. Confused Smile

Ian.



Online Ian555  
#249 Posted : 07 July 2011 10:46:06(UTC)
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Hi all,

I know, before you start, it's not made by Märklin, but it sure looks good and it is a 10 ton crane.

Came with it's own box and a very good e-bay price.Smile

Ian.

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#250 Posted : 28 July 2011 05:48:26(UTC)
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Hi all,

Since my Märklin clockwork track will (eventually) be part of my overall Münstertal layout, more info very soon on this, here's some photo's of my R950 enjoying some of our summer weather.

Ian.

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