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Offline taliesin  
#1 Posted : 13 February 2016 12:53:38(UTC)
taliesin

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Hi there, I have a Marklin 3067 my1100, cmy1106-lok.jpg
what would be a suitable, and hopefully easy to find train to run behind it? many thanks, Rob
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Offline hwestl  
#2 Posted : 13 February 2016 13:20:43(UTC)
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Hi Rob

I have that loc myself, and it's hauling today 4 pieces of 4341. I think that they are a perfect match.


4341

Cheers
Håkan

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Offline Markus Schild  
#3 Posted : 13 February 2016 14:13:20(UTC)
Markus Schild

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Hi,

Some CARLSBERG-cars would do it:

UserPostedImage

Regards

Markus
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Offline Mark_1602  
#4 Posted : 13 February 2016 14:24:38(UTC)
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Hi,

Märklin's 4045.1 vintage DSB coach matches this locomotive, but it isn't very cheap.

Best regards,
Mark
Best regards, Mark

I like Märklin items produced in the 1960s or early '70s, but also digital locos & current rolling stock.
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Offline Alberto Pedrini  
#5 Posted : 13 February 2016 14:28:05(UTC)
Alberto Pedrini

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Most recent passenger sets

42761

42761

42764

42764
Alberto

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Offline Alberto Pedrini  
#6 Posted : 13 February 2016 14:34:21(UTC)
Alberto Pedrini

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The best, but hard to find and expensive, the original 4045.1 tin plate

4045
Alberto

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Offline kamstutz  
#7 Posted : 13 February 2016 16:07:03(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Markus Schild Go to Quoted Post
Hi,

Some CARLSBERG-cars would do it:

UserPostedImage

Regards

Markus


Markus - I think you need to find some more Carlsberg cars. I can only count about 43 or so of them on your layout. It's too bad that you don't like them very much. My recommendation is to find a few more just to make sure that they are seen. You COULD have put together a great train... Sigh....

Kurt
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Offline Markus Schild  
#8 Posted : 13 February 2016 16:16:16(UTC)
Markus Schild

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Originally Posted by: kamstutz Go to Quoted Post


Markus - I think you need to find some more Carlsberg cars. I can only count about 43 or so of them on your layout. It's too bad that you don't like them very much. My recommendation is to find a few more just to make sure that they are seen. You COULD have put together a great train... Sigh....

Kurt


Dear Kurt,

Yes, I'm still collecting. The 48 cars were just the longest train which ran without derailing. So in the moment I'm purchasing the cars for the opposite train.

Also POCHER had some very nice CARLSBERG-cars to run with 3067:

UserPostedImage

Regards

Markus
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Offline steventrain  
#9 Posted : 13 February 2016 16:39:28(UTC)
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I would recommend 42764 four pack set for the 3067 and Alberto post show the image above.
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Offline taliesin  
#10 Posted : 13 February 2016 17:51:36(UTC)
taliesin

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Thanks Guy's, a worldwide ebay search has turned up only a couple of 4045.1 from the suggested coaches, as Alberto says they are certainly not cheap, something should turn up. btw was 4045.1 the only one of it's type? or are there matching coaches, cheers Rob
Offline mbarreto  
#11 Posted : 13 February 2016 18:08:34(UTC)
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I think 00766-07 may fit your needs and the price is not high as 4045.1 that is really the best option.

Edit: Was checking the price and I was surprised because thought it was lower.
Best regards,
Miguel
Mostly Märklin H0.


Offline taliesin  
#12 Posted : 13 February 2016 18:15:40(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: mbarreto Go to Quoted Post
I think 00766-07 may fit your needs and the price is not high as 4045.1 that is really the best option.

Edit: Was checking the price and I was surprised because thought it was lower.


What is a 00766-07? thanks Rob
Offline Alberto Pedrini  
#13 Posted : 13 February 2016 19:37:06(UTC)
Alberto Pedrini

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Offline taliesin  
#14 Posted : 13 February 2016 20:35:09(UTC)
taliesin

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Originally Posted by: Alberto Pedrini Go to Quoted Post


Thanks Alberto, I have found some on ebay, basically a tinplate Primex coach which looks like they will do the trick, still not bargain basement though BigGrin,
I will take time to consider what I should go for, my engine is somewhat later than the tinplate rolling stock but it certainly does have some charm, thanks for the suggestions, Rob
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Offline mike c  
#15 Posted : 13 February 2016 22:25:02(UTC)
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I think that the 00766-07 would be good if you want tinplate coaches.
If you want to go with the 27cm (1:100) coaches, there was the 4269/42691 Night Train Coaches.
This auction says will only ship to Germany, but might be of interest:
http://www.ebay.de/itm/M...SET-28524-/191803409951?

Regards

Mike C
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Offline taliesin  
#16 Posted : 16 February 2016 20:03:10(UTC)
taliesin

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Thanks for all your help guys, got three of these coming from Italy
$_57-3.JPG

Many thanks for all your suggestions, Rob
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Offline taliesin  
#17 Posted : 18 February 2016 22:22:34(UTC)
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Been looking and translating a few more pages and now realise that the 00766-07 is a modern replica of the 4045, I live and learn, cheers Rob
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Offline NS1200  
#18 Posted : 22 February 2016 08:22:09(UTC)
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I consider Luca Grampa from Italy a very reliable seller,he has a number of nice Marklin items on offer,in fact a long list!
Over the weekend,i bought the steamer series 10 Marklin 34080 from him.
I bought from him before,first class items,as advertised.

For your Danish coaches,see also Marklin 42816,a set of two long length coaches in plastic.
The shorter ones you bought from Luca are tinplate.
Have more than you show,speak less than you know (Shakespeare).
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Offline taliesin  
#19 Posted : 22 February 2016 18:53:30(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: NS1200 Go to Quoted Post
I consider Luca Grampa from Italy a very reliable seller,he has a number of nice Marklin items on offer,in fact a long list!
Over the weekend,i bought the steamer series 10 Marklin 34080 from him.
I bought from him before,first class items,as advertised.

For your Danish coaches,see also Marklin 42816,a set of two long length coaches in plastic.
The shorter ones you bought from Luca are tinplate.


They have arrived already, a very fast and efficient service, the three coaches really are in "as new" condition, cheers Rob
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Offline baggio  
#20 Posted : 04 March 2016 05:20:28(UTC)
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For me the nicest set is the one Alberto posted: the 42761. VERY nice. ThumpUp
Offline RayF  
#21 Posted : 04 March 2016 11:34:18(UTC)
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I have the 27cm plastic coaches from the DSB mail train set. They have the newer large DSB logo so are not really the same period as the 3067 in that livery. They do look nice though!

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Offline Mark5  
#22 Posted : 04 March 2016 18:37:18(UTC)
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What time period or years within Era 3 would you say these coaches would have run?
I have the analog DSB loco 3067, but I would like to know if there would be a prototype of the train that ran in the 50s, or in 1955?
- Mark

Originally Posted by: taliesin Go to Quoted Post
Thanks for all your help guys, got three of these coming from Italy
$_57-3.JPG

Many thanks for all your suggestions, Rob


DB DR FS NS SNCF c. 1950-65, fan of station architecture esp. from 1920-70.
In single point perspective, where do track lines meet?
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Offline Markus Schild  
#23 Posted : 04 March 2016 18:52:05(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Mark5 Go to Quoted Post
What time period or years within Era 3 would you say these coaches would have run?




Hi Mark,

Never.
While the 4045 was a are more or less correct 1/100 model of the real DSB-cars with their specific details (windows, roof - compare the picture above), the 00766-7 is just a repainted DB-car. The DSB had no such cars.
The DSB-cars were shorter than the usual UIC-types to use them in ferry-service.

Regards

Markus
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Offline El Capitan  
#24 Posted : 08 March 2016 20:58:52(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: RayF Go to Quoted Post
I have the 27cm plastic coaches from the DSB mail train set. They have the newer large DSB logo so are not really the same period as the 3067 in that livery.

Actually it's not that big of a problem.
Many of the MYs were in service for several years in the maroon livery together with the red coaches.


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Offline jvuye  
#25 Posted : 08 March 2016 22:50:19(UTC)
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Catching this thread a little late, but it instantly prompted memories of the TEE Merkur, which had a 2 or 3 TEE cars continuing from Hamburg to Copenhagen, over Puttgarden and Rodby. The coaches were standar DB TEE coaches unusally 1 or 2 Abteilwagen and one Grossraumwagen. And you guessed it: on the Danish section it was pulled by a MY 1100, and even sometimes 2 of them like a picture I have here proves , showing the MerkUr leaving Copenhagen with two TEE coaches.
Short train, but definitely prototypical.
FYI, from Puttgarten traction was provided by a DB BR221 diesel.
Hope this gives you some more ideas.
Cheers
Jacques
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Offline Mark5  
#26 Posted : 08 March 2016 23:33:46(UTC)
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Thanks Marcus and all,
Does anyone know of cars that I can marklinize to be as proto as possible to a Danish train in the 50s? ... and the loco itself, I have yet to find stats, when did it come into use in Denmark?

Thanks once again!
- Mark



DB DR FS NS SNCF c. 1950-65, fan of station architecture esp. from 1920-70.
In single point perspective, where do track lines meet?
Offline El Capitan  
#27 Posted : 08 March 2016 23:46:28(UTC)
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The MY class entered service in 1954.
The most prototypical you can get for a fast period train is Heljan type Cc coaches and for general use all the C_ type coaches made by Heljan. You should be able to get Märklin wheels for them.
Alternatively some of the coaches with inset doors mentioned above, but they're not really prototypical if you're fussy about it.

Keep in mind, though, that the 3067 is shorter than prototypical and the Heljan coaches are not.
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Offline El Capitan  
#28 Posted : 08 March 2016 23:49:47(UTC)
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Oh, and here's your stats on the MY Wink
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Offline El Capitan  
#29 Posted : 08 March 2016 23:56:27(UTC)
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But you know - a 3067 with a short string of 4045.1s is also kind of prototypical in the sense that this was the train that ran on all the basement and living room and attic layouts in Denmark when I grew up.
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Offline Markus Schild  
#30 Posted : 09 March 2016 10:23:54(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Mark5 Go to Quoted Post

Does anyone know of cars that I can marklinize to be as proto as possible to a Danish train in the 50s? ... and the loco itself, I have yet to find stats, when did it come into use in Denmark?




Hi Mark,

It all depends on your budget and of your preferences.

If you like exact, but not cheap cars look for HELJAN. Or for the Märklin-special-series from Tog&Tekno. But also expensive.
LILIPUT had a large assortement of models in DSB-livery during the 1970s and 1980s. Many of these models are not hard to find and not so expemsive. But you must change the wheels when you run on M-track.
If you prefer the Märklin-style of the 1950s and 1960s you should look at LONG. They produced a range of goods-cars which look fine together with Märklin 45XX and 46XX cars. These are hard to find at least outside of Denmark, and not cheap. But very nice Danish toys.

UserPostedImage


UserPostedImage

Regards

Markus

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Offline dave55uk  
#31 Posted : 17 May 2024 09:44:52(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Mark_1602 Go to Quoted Post
Hi,

Märklin's 4045.1 vintage DSB coach matches this locomotive, but it isn't very cheap.



I have two - one is going on ebay today.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/204793967013

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