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Offline TGV POS  
#1 Posted : 17 August 2020 20:36:17(UTC)
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Hello everyone !
What do you expect as a novelty for 2020?
_A new christmas wagon a same as every years.
_I saw the christmas locomotive is not products recently, also a new Christmas locomotive can include in this news. https://www.maerklin.de/...ts/details/article/39006
_I also saw that Viessmann announced a ballast stuffer in 2020, but only the 2 rail version, so marklin will surely replicate the 3 rail version․ https://viessmann-modell...r-zweileitersysteme?c=11

I think the new fall items is revealed in the end of august or the begin of september.

And you, what is your opinion ?

Full Fall New Items pdf download links in Post #27

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Offline kiwiAlan  
#2 Posted : 18 August 2020 17:16:49(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: TGV POS Go to Quoted Post

I think the new fall items is revealed in the end of august or the begin of september.


I think the Fall NI will be particularly thin this year. It is normally published in time for the Marklin Open Days/IMA around the 15th September with items for Christmas.

So I expect the following: -
Christmas wagons for HO & Z
Some items pushed from the Summer NI.
Some items being produced for Marklin, which have already been announced for Trix. Some of these could be several years old in the Trix line - it is always worth getting both the Trix and Marklin NI brochures and seeing what is in one and not the other. Doing this will reduce the workload on the product development team at a time when they have had a significant amount of downtime.

So i wouldn't expect a large amount of really new stuff.

As to the Viessmann ballast tamper machine, the three rail version of that looks to me like a NI for Viessmann in 2021. The various other versions of these machines have not migrated to Marklin for the three rail versions, so I wouldn't hold my breath for this one from Marklin.
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Offline kimballthurlow  
#3 Posted : 19 August 2020 07:39:18(UTC)
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I cannot see myself needing another loco.

I got the Insider BR78.10 39781 and it has not even come out of the box because I am running other stuff.
But then I might be tempted if Märklin release an E17 coloured and lettered for the period 1938-49.
All the E17s produced thus far have been 1959 or later.

The release of the BR38 in new tooling 39380 (now available) makes me wonder if Märklin should do another iteration of the Rheingold Express train set.
I own the 26928 set and I am very impressed with the sounds, the current-conduction, and the quality.
It has 4 cars + baggage + BR18.5.

UserPostedImage

A slightly shorter version (3 + baggage + BR38) with new coach numbers might be quite prototypical, because the train varied in length depending on the season.
Also a longer train with two baggage can be assembled if you own the 26928.
See the photos below showing the BR38 on the Rheingold, taken from the 1935 publication Railway Wonders of the World.

UserPostedImage

UserPostedImage

It is interesting that the coach colouring is described by an Englishman as violet and cream.
The photo caption reads across the top line on each, then the second line.
Kimball
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Offline Sankch  
#4 Posted : 25 August 2020 11:49:48(UTC)
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If we ever get some new items this autumn from Märklin, I could bet on the Re 465 of the BLS in the new Lime paint sheme, as seen on this link:
https://railcolornews.com/2020/08/18/ch-in-the-picture-a-pair-of-bls-re-465s-in-lime/

and if it doesn't come in 2020, it will come in 2021. Hag just announced the modell, so Märklin and Roco will follow.
Offline TGV POS  
#5 Posted : 25 August 2020 21:20:42(UTC)
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Hello,
Thank you for your answer.
You have a lot of ideas for new fall items.
I have a suggestion for new fall items, but I think this new can revealed in new 2021.
This new items is the TGV. There is a lot of candidates but the TGV with most chance to be product are:
_A new TGV POS with the new livery of 2020, the Inoui livery https://www.cheminots.ne...s-sujet-officiel/page/7/
_A new TGV PBKA with the new Ruby livery.This livery is announce for spring 2020, but today any TGV PBKA have this livery.

_A TGV "euroduplex" 4701-4730 with Inoui or Lyria livery.
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Offline ciobitud  
#6 Posted : 31 August 2020 17:24:44(UTC)
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Autumn novelties will be released on September 15th (source: Märklin) Laugh
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Offline mmervine  
#7 Posted : 14 September 2020 13:33:04(UTC)
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Märklin C-track, Digital, ECoS, multi-era French & Swiss
http://www.ete-ene.org/m...mervines-layout-gallery/
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Offline kiwiAlan  
#8 Posted : 14 September 2020 15:27:35(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: mmervine Go to Quoted Post


Hmm, some interesting bits there.
some will like the Railjet stuff.
some interesting freight items.
Another Ardent crane (don't know what the difference is to the previous one, it is the same colour).
Another class 66, this time in SNCF colours.
Offline mike c  
#9 Posted : 14 September 2020 17:30:52(UTC)
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I could not find the brochure on the Bahnorama site this morning, so here it is from a US source: http://www.rjftrains.com...l_20/DE_mae_henh2020.pdf

I am considering the 2003/2004 DBAG Intercity Set. I think that I could use this to reproduce either one of the last DBAG EC trains to run into Switzerland.
The trains to Chiasso, Brig and Chur were all discontinued around that time. The train to Chur was replaced by an ICE. The Eurocity trains to Brig and Chiasso were replaced with connections that involved a train change in Basel SBB and using the SBB national network to get to the destination.

I remember seeing a few photos of trains with pilot coach in Switzerland, but the pilot coaches were not compatible with either Re 460 or Re 4/4II, so the pilot coach was used as a normal coach.

I will most likely order 2 of the AAE/Coop set. This will either run with a SBB Cargo Lok or perhaps with the RailCare Vectron if anybody at Maerklin is listening.

Regards

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Online rmsailor  
#10 Posted : 14 September 2020 17:56:39(UTC)
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Some interesting and tempting wagons there, also the Christmas coach

Bob M.
Offline midwestbls  
#11 Posted : 14 September 2020 18:25:14(UTC)
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MEH! For the first time ever, there is really nothing that appeals to me or even closely fits my ERA (late III/early IV) or main (but not exclusive) focus on Switzerland. Even the X-mas car is just too derivative. I'm sure it's COVID-constraints ... and the budget is very thankful as I still have many previous items still on order and waiting for delivery & payment!
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Offline rbw993  
#12 Posted : 14 September 2020 20:41:05(UTC)
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No era V Swiss so no orders.

Roger
Offline mike c  
#13 Posted : 14 September 2020 22:59:06(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: rbw993 Go to Quoted Post
No era V Swiss so no orders.

Roger


I would think that the AAE/Coop Containers would be the perfect match for either a Re 4/4II, Re 6/6 or Re 460 operating for SBB Cargo during the period 2002-2005.

Coop acquired RailCare in 2010. Prior to that, Coop shipments were handled by SBB Cargo and prior to that, by SBB.

I guess that you could also use the same cars for the earliest days when RailCare was operating the four Traxx leasers. By the time they swapped loks with the BLS (3 Re 465 plus one Re 4/4), they had already switched to newer container designs and livery.

Black Pearl:
https://docplayer.net/do...62682974/images/39-3.jpg

Cat's Eye:
https://www.suisse-expre...ry_le_06-08-2013_NMS.JPG

Flash Fire:
http://www.suisse-expres...oudry_20-08-2013_NMS.JPG
I am searching through my photos to see if I can find a photo of a Coop train with a SBB Lok.

Regards

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Offline Eurobahnfan  
#14 Posted : 15 September 2020 01:55:15(UTC)
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Looks like they're offering a re-issued '02 Museumswagen albeit weathered (45176). I may order one just to keep my Museumswagen in mint condition LOL!

Some other interesting items, but overall, I'll need to take a closer look at my current inventory (and see if I've got room for more). At the very least, it's nice to know they're still producing items given the current situation affecting everyone worldwide.
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Offline kimballthurlow  
#15 Posted : 15 September 2020 11:04:50(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: mike c Go to Quoted Post
..

I would think that the AAE/Coop Containers would be the perfect match for either a Re 4/4II, Re 6/6 or Re 460 operating for SBB Cargo during the period 2002-2005.

Coop acquired RailCare in 2010. Prior to that, Coop shipments were handled by SBB Cargo and prior to that, by SBB.

....
I am searching through my photos to see if I can find a photo of a Coop train with a SBB Lok.

Regards

Mike C


Hello,
I am not sure this relates, but here is a photo with Coop advertising on a lok I saw in Zurich main station December 2018.
UserPostedImage

On another note, has anyone found a link to the Trix Neuheiten Herbst 2020 PDF?
There is a Trix container set 24139 which appeals to me, shown alongside the Märklin 47580 set.

regards
Kimball
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Offline vilithejou  
#16 Posted : 15 September 2020 12:36:55(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: kimballthurlow Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: mike c Go to Quoted Post
..

I would think that the AAE/Coop Containers would be the perfect match for either a Re 4/4II, Re 6/6 or Re 460 operating for SBB Cargo during the period 2002-2005.

Coop acquired RailCare in 2010. Prior to that, Coop shipments were handled by SBB Cargo and prior to that, by SBB.

....
I am searching through my photos to see if I can find a photo of a Coop train with a SBB Lok.

Regards

Mike C


Hello,
I am not sure this relates, but here is a photo with Coop advertising on a lok I saw in Zurich main station December 2018.
UserPostedImage

On another note, has anyone found a link to the Trix Neuheiten Herbst 2020 PDF?
There is a Trix container set 24139 which appeals to me, shown alongside the Märklin 47580 set.

regards
Kimball


NH TRIX Autum 2020

http://www.rjftrains.com.../DE_Trix_H0_henh2020.pdf




Joan Vilarrúbia
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Offline kiwiAlan  
#17 Posted : 15 September 2020 17:54:37(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: kimballthurlow Go to Quoted Post


On another note, has anyone found a link to the Trix Neuheiten Herbst 2020 PDF?
There is a Trix container set 24139 which appeals to me, shown alongside the Märklin 47580 set.

regards
Kimball


It is on the bahnorama link above, but they have moved the spot where the links are.

But all the Marklin, Trix and LGB brochures are now up on the appropriate sites. Just the EN Minitrix brochure is linked to the DE one, but by changing the DE to EN in the link you do get the English brochure.
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Offline kiwiAlan  
#18 Posted : 15 September 2020 17:57:08(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Eurobahnfan Go to Quoted Post
Looks like they're offering a re-issued '02 Museumswagen albeit weathered (45176). I may order one just to keep my Museumswagen in mint condition LOL!


They did that with a wagon in the NI at the beginning of the year. I suspect they may have a surplus of some museum wagons in a warehouse somewhere ... BigGrin Blink Crying
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Offline Zme  
#19 Posted : 15 September 2020 21:26:49(UTC)
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Hi

Here is a link to the Marklin announcement of upcoming releases. Page 35 starts the z scale items.

Not certain if I would be interested in a Br 85 in bronze would you? I like the Br38.

http://streaming.maerkli...0%25/EN_mae_henh2020.pdf

Full download links in Post #27

Best wishes.

Dwight

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Offline IanC  
#20 Posted : 15 September 2020 21:51:56(UTC)
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I like the Holsten beer cars set and the Swiss Co-op containers but I'm not sure about an eight car red stripe 50 years of InterCity rake with lighting installed.

IanC
Offline kimballthurlow  
#21 Posted : 16 September 2020 00:54:40(UTC)
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Hello,
Märklin and Trix brands have added quite interesting items for me.

Firstly the era VI container traffic on layouts can be be expanded with the addition of newly tooled versions (underframe and deeper sole bar) of the 2-axle Lgs car.
Trix item 24139 (2 cars) and Märklin item 47580 (3 cars).

A newly tooled IC car (red/grey) is the Bvmz which has a more noticeable skirting arrangement than the other IC cars and different bogies.
Trix item 23080 and Märklin item 43680.

A nice set of 6 self-discharge wagons in colours for the Czech railway system is offered under Trix item 24169 but does not feature in the Märklin new items list.

However the prices on the items do seem to have increased, so I have to be a bit careful about what I order.
I am happy for Märklin to stay alive.

On another note, I have been very critical in the past of Märklin about the lack of care in their catalogue photo presentations.
I have to say that in this Autumn New Items catalogues they have done a lovely job on the photos.
I pick out the splendid two of the cranes in use handling placement of a bridge structure.
And also the Intercity IC train passing though a flower strewn field in typical countryside (different images for Trix and Märklin).
Thank you Märklin for improving.

Kimball
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Offline river6109  
#22 Posted : 16 September 2020 01:12:34(UTC)
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New Autumn items: digital crane for almost a Euro 1000.00, from a practical point how many times would you use it ? if I spend this sort of money I rather have a loco or 2 instead.

John

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Offline river6109  
#23 Posted : 16 September 2020 01:34:02(UTC)
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I sometimes wonder buying a freight car (47145 = Euro 189.00 for 3)) with a specific load on it (new Autumn items) is it worth it ? being a handyman I usually got metal rods lying around which I use and save myself 100's of dollars and the same goes with timber wagons but suppose there are train enthusiasts who are not close to trees to cut off a few branches when pruning a tree, I've got spare axles without rubber tyres which I use on flat cars., have plenty of 3 pole armatures which I pack into a cage.,
Instead of buying new Autumn items I've already saved myself Euro 2000.00

John

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Offline river6109  
#24 Posted : 16 September 2020 01:48:08(UTC)
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I sometimes wonder buying a freight car (47145 = Euro 189.00 for 3)) with a specific load on it (new Autumn items) is it worth it ? being a handyman I usually got metal rods lying around which I use and save myself 100's of dollars and the same goes with timber wagons but suppose there are train enthusiasts who are not close to trees to cut off a few branches when pruning a tree, I've got spare axles without rubber tyres which I use on flat cars., have plenty of 3 pole armatures which I pack into a cage.,

New Autumn items: digital crane for almost a Euro 1000.00, from a practical point how many times would you use it ? if I spend this sort of money I rather have a loco or 2 instead.


Instead of buying new Autumn items I've already saved myself Euro 2000.00, by the time the winter items are announced I could be rich and go on a holiday instead

John
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Offline Zme  
#25 Posted : 16 September 2020 02:58:54(UTC)
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Hi. Before deciding on a Br 85 or 38 maybe this would interest you:



This one is not English, select CC and the settings to auto translate and choose English from the scroll down.

Best wishes
Offline Bigdaddynz  
#26 Posted : 16 September 2020 04:05:10(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: river6109 Go to Quoted Post
...posted in wrong scale topic


Yes, I saw that but got distracted by work things.......

Have moved topic to 'News from Marklin' subforum.

Offline Bigdaddynz  
#27 Posted : 16 September 2020 07:22:11(UTC)
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Offline kiwiAlan  
#28 Posted : 16 September 2020 14:12:57(UTC)
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Once again we have two topics for the same thing, possibly not helped by the other topic having a French title - but it is still easy enough to discern what it is about, there are enough English words derived from the French language after all.

So could the two topics be merged? we don't need a replication, we need people to read what is already posted before excitedly starting a new topic.
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Offline stockerta  
#29 Posted : 16 September 2020 16:32:15(UTC)
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I look forward to the Era III starter set. I plan on going digital this christmas and this one suits me better than the older set with era V or VI ÖBB taurus.
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Offline RayF  
#30 Posted : 16 September 2020 21:14:48(UTC)
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I've had a look through the Marklin and Trix brochures, and for a change I can find nothing that catches my eye sufficiently to warrant a purchase.

The Marklin Holsten beer cars are interesting and I like sets that include road vehicles, and in the Trix range the Czech dump car set looks attractive. I'll look at these again more critically in a few days.
Ray
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Offline kimballthurlow  
#31 Posted : 17 September 2020 02:25:52(UTC)
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I have been taking a closer look at the new items.
The 45086 era II Gas-Kesselwagen has caught my attention but I have some questions which a member may be able to answer.
This appears to be the model offered in the 2004 Museum set 48004.
With acknowledgement for the Image belonging to https://www.michelstaedtermodellbahntreff.de/
45086

1. Why is there no ladder/stairs to access the Bremserhaus (brakehouse)?
2. What is the meaning of the German "Sauerbrunn"?
3. What is the script in blue, presumably "Hohenßtaußenperler"?

Any help would be appreciated.

Kimball
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Offline mike c  
#32 Posted : 17 September 2020 03:26:14(UTC)
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Can we please merge this topic with the other one?

MC
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#33 Posted : 17 September 2020 05:02:34(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: mike c Go to Quoted Post
Can we please merge this topic with the other one?


Sorry, just seen this. Topic merge done.

Originally Posted by: kiwiAlan Go to Quoted Post
Once again we have two topics for the same thing, possibly not helped by the other topic having a French title..

So could the two topics be merged? we don't need a replication, we need people to read what is already posted before excitedly starting a new topic.


Sorry, I haven't been on the forum heaps this week so didn't pick up that there was more than one topic. Not of course helped by the other topic having a French language title...
Offline IanC  
#34 Posted : 17 September 2020 09:27:14(UTC)
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Can't help explain the missing ladder but kohlensauer means carbon dioxide so carbonated mineral water, seltzer, fizz or pop and spring or fountain would do for sauerbrunn. Hohenstaufen is the area around Goppingen and perle I would take to mean pearl so the pearl of the area.

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Offline kimballthurlow  
#35 Posted : 17 September 2020 22:56:11(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: IanC Go to Quoted Post
Can't help explain the missing ladder but kohlensauer means carbon dioxide so carbonated mineral water, seltzer, fizz or pop and spring or fountain would do for sauerbrunn. Hohenstaufen is the area around Goppingen and perle I would take to mean pearl so the pearl of the area.

IanC


Thank you Ian that is a great help.

regards
Kimball
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Offline river6109  
#36 Posted : 18 September 2020 07:02:05(UTC)
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If you have a close look there is a step provided

John

this is the Sauerbrunnen (Barbarossabrunnen) (Uhlandbrunnen) (waterwell) in the City of Eislingen
(under repair at the moment)

Sauerbrunnen.jpg
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Offline TGV POS  
#37 Posted : 22 September 2020 21:22:24(UTC)
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Hello,
I was seen this new fall items and I think it was better than the new summer items.
Several models are interesting as:
_The new wagon intercity is beautifulLove
_The Taurus Railjet Love
_ The class 66 SNCF and the wagon with water Advertising.
_The br140 and the wagon with Steel.
The first and second is very beautiful modell.
Good night from France!
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Offline Thewolf  
#38 Posted : 24 September 2020 15:00:29(UTC)
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Hi guys Cool

I ordered the OBB Taurus. I love this loco .Love

I have the rail jet train from Roco. I will be able to compare the 2 locos.

I can't talk about the Roco: it has hardly run at all because of our move to the Richelieu valley.

To see you later

Thewolf
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Offline TGV POS  
#39 Posted : 27 September 2020 14:12:29(UTC)
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The Taurus OBB is wonderfull locomotive. I hope the railjet wagon is for new items 2021!
The taurus is delivered for 2021.
Good afternoon !
E-V
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#40 Posted : 01 October 2020 13:26:01(UTC)
Timnomads

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Location: Grandvaux - Lausanne - Switzerland
Hi All

I like the look of the coop refrigerated container wagons, I see these regularly being pulled by a private Vectron. Why were they not in the
2020 annual Catalogue ? I am still waiting for delivery of the Rolling Road set. So will we get the Coop wagons this year or next ?

Marklin seem to promise more than they can deliver ! Confused

Tim
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#41 Posted : 02 October 2020 17:10:32(UTC)
TGV POS

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Originally Posted by: Timnomads Go to Quoted Post
Hi All

I like the look of the coop refrigerated container wagons, I see these regularly being pulled by a private Vectron. Why were they not in the
2020 annual Catalogue ? I am still waiting for delivery of the Rolling Road set. So will we get the Coop wagons this year or next ?

Marklin seem to promise more than they can deliver ! Confused

Tim

Hello Timnomads,
Every models in the new fall items 2020 is for 2021, but the steel wagon is for December 2020 and the christmas wagon is for october 2020.

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