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Offline Elsleuth1  
#1 Posted : 02 October 2019 18:39:10(UTC)
Elsleuth1

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Hi, Is anyone out there running a cog railway on their layout? There was one on a Marklin layout in Allied Model Trains in Los Angeles about 20 years ago. Looked great. Scale? Brand? Dependability?
Offline DaleSchultz  
#2 Posted : 02 October 2019 19:13:23(UTC)
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Flieschmann makes one
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Offline Unholz  
#3 Posted : 02 October 2019 19:52:00(UTC)
Unholz

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Bemo (Germany) also makes cog wheel products in HOm gauge. You can search for pictures and videos with Bemo Zahnradbahn or Bemo Zahnstange.
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Offline Rwill  
#4 Posted : 02 October 2019 19:55:16(UTC)
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Bought a couple of bits from my favourite LGB dealer and he popped into the bag a flyer for a forthcoming model 26270- a cog steamer Thought it looked very nice and very reasonable at under £400 almost ordered one on the spot. Got home and read it properly maybe I had misread a nought on the price.

www.lgb.com/products/details/article/26270

It is very nice though.
Offline mike c  
#5 Posted : 03 October 2019 01:21:13(UTC)
mike c

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I would think that LGB would look rather funny running on a Maerklin layout.

Bemo's Zentralbahn/Bruenig Bahn and Furka Oberalp/MGB models have functional cog.
One acquaintance used to have an extended Brawa funicular railroad at one corner of his layout, which was not cog, but still prototypical and cool.

Regards

Mike C
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Offline amartinezv  
#6 Posted : 03 October 2019 08:28:24(UTC)
amartinezv

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Originally Posted by: Rwill Go to Quoted Post
Bought a couple of bits from my favourite LGB dealer and he popped into the bag a flyer for a forthcoming model 26270- a cog steamer Thought it looked very nice and very reasonable at under £400 almost ordered one on the spot. Got home and read it properly maybe I had misread a nought on the price.

www.lgb.com/products/details/article/26270

It is very nice though.


Hello,

The price is 3.599,99€ and 400 units will be manufactured, as you can read in the link.

Best regards
Antonio Martínez
marklin, IB, era 3, Train controller
www.raildigital.es/davidruso
Offline Minok  
#7 Posted : 04 October 2019 23:52:38(UTC)
Minok

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I'll be adding a short run of a cog rail on my layout by using the Zeitgeist Models bavarian Zugspitzbahn model that will be shipping at some point before Christmas.

"Full compatible to the BEMO rack track and the ZEITGEIST Riggenbach rack track system. "


https://www.zeitgeist-mo...pitzbahn-digital-dc.html

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Offline PMPeter  
#8 Posted : 05 October 2019 04:38:44(UTC)
PMPeter

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Location: Port Moody, BC
Reynaulds sent out an e-mail yesterday regarding the new HobbyTrain exclusive HOm & HOe Bavarian "Zugspitze" Rack & Pinion passenger train set.

Peter
Offline Minok  
#9 Posted : 05 October 2019 04:51:26(UTC)
Minok

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The tallok isn’t cog driven, it’s the portion in The Valley that Leads up to the point the cog locomotive takes over.
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