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Offline LeoArietis  
#51 Posted : 01 December 2021 18:44:10(UTC)
LeoArietis

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The slim double slip is still on top of my list.

3 degree R9-track.

Some sort of wide radius flex c-track for +700 mm radius.

Sgmmnss 40-45 feet 4-axle wagon for container, or preferably steel loads.
I think Märklin already have something like this.
A modified version for steel slabs would be great and probably popular in Sweden. Since Märklin already have the basic tooling, all that's needed is the loading rack, similar to how they made the Sgns timber wagons some 5 years ago, and they are still selling a lot! Timber hauling is major in Norway and Sweden, often by companies going across the border like Hector or Green Cargo or Cargo Net.

New tooling for Swedish RC-locomotive. As it is now the market is wide open for Roco. And we need modern RC-locos for HNoll's excellent 80's coaches.

Edited by user 08 December 2021 21:36:27(UTC)  | Reason: lost a space

Current layout:
http://www.svensktmjforu.../index.php?topic=10990.0
The former project:
http://www.svensktmjforu...forum_posts.asp?TID=1097
With Pictures and trackplans, but in Swedish
Transitation-curves in C-track:
https://www.marklin-user...9-on-75-cm.aspx#post9281
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Offline kimballthurlow  
#52 Posted : 02 December 2021 02:36:53(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: LeoArietis Go to Quoted Post
The slim double slipis still on top of my list.

3 degree R9-track.

Some sort of wide radius flex c-track for +700 mm radius.

……….


Hi Leo,
I agree with most of your sentiments including about the container rolling stock.

As well as the C track slim double slip crossover I think a slim 3 way turnout would be a practical addition to the range.

Definitely the 3 degree R9 is needed.

Kimball

HO Scale - Märklin (ep II-III and VI, C Track, digital) - 2 rail (Queensland Australia, UK, USA) - 3 rail (English Hornby Dublo) - old clockwork O gauge.
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Offline Goofy  
#53 Posted : 04 December 2021 12:07:50(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: kimballthurlow Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: LeoArietis Go to Quoted Post
The slim double slipis still on top of my list.

3 degree R9-track.

Some sort of wide radius flex c-track for +700 mm radius.

……….


Hi Leo,
I agree with most of your sentiments including about the container rolling stock.

As well as the C track slim double slip crossover I think a slim 3 way turnout would be a practical addition to the range.

Definitely the 3 degree R9 is needed.

Kimball



It´s not possible because of the stud contacts and the pick up shoes make possible failure to contact on the rail and short circuits.
In fact in the three rail world there is limited about the track system.

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Offline kiwiAlan  
#54 Posted : 04 December 2021 12:51:32(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Goofy Go to Quoted Post

It´s not possible because of the stud contacts and the pick up shoes make possible failure to contact on the rail and short circuits.
In fact in the three rail world there is limited about the track system.



Anything is possible, it's just the cost of development and engineering. After all they have the slim line points, and the difficulties with aligning the pukos on a crossing are no more difficult than those.

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Offline Goofy  
#55 Posted : 05 December 2021 08:21:02(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: kiwiAlan Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: Goofy Go to Quoted Post

It´s not possible because of the stud contacts and the pick up shoes make possible failure to contact on the rail and short circuits.
In fact in the three rail world there is limited about the track system.



Anything is possible, it's just the cost of development and engineering. After all they have the slim line points, and the difficulties with aligning the pukos on a crossing are no more difficult than those.



No!
Weichen-Walter did tried too with the problem by try slim line turnouts.
It result short circuits.
Sure if you believe to fix the problem you have too add a lot of puckos on the turnouts as result!
I don´t believe Märklin are will to start those turnouts because of the expensive as result to shop C-turnouts.
To use slime line turnouts you need bigger layout...at least 5 metres!

Offline kimballthurlow  
#56 Posted : 05 December 2021 10:03:53(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Goofy Go to Quoted Post


No!
Weichen-Walter did tried too with the problem by try slim line turnouts.
It result short circuits.
Sure if you believe to fix the problem you have too add a lot of puckos on the turnouts as result!
I don´t believe Märklin are will to start those turnouts because of the expensive as result to shop C-turnouts.
To use slime line turnouts you need bigger layout...at least 5 metres!


Hi Goofy,
I do not understand you.
Märklin offer the slimline turnouts, 24711 and 24712 and many people buy them.
Our request is to design construct and market a 3-way combination of the 24711 and 24712, and also a double-slip crossover of the same geometry.
There may be some electrical shortcomings with the 3-way but no more than the existing 24711 and 24712. A couple of my locomotives (Liliput and Märklin 37258 Kittel) create a short on 24711/12 so they are route restricted on my layout, just like some real trains are route restricted.

You did not clarify if Weichen-Walter attempted to build the slim 3-way or the slim double slip. Anyway it would be useful if you could give us a link to Weichen-Walter to read about the experiment.
Thankyou.
Kimball
HO Scale - Märklin (ep II-III and VI, C Track, digital) - 2 rail (Queensland Australia, UK, USA) - 3 rail (English Hornby Dublo) - old clockwork O gauge.
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Offline Bigdaddynz  
#57 Posted : 05 December 2021 10:33:15(UTC)
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Goofy doesn't do links.....we are still waiting for the link to the video about pukos contact and track cleaning..

Perhaps you might find something on the Weichen-Walter website - https://www.weichen-walter.de
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Offline Goofy  
#58 Posted : 05 December 2021 20:03:16(UTC)
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Märklins slim C-turnouts is only at 12,1° and this are maximum tolerance for the three rail.
Märklin have not tried produce new larger slim turnouts since then.
Problem?
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Offline Goofy  
#59 Posted : 05 December 2021 20:24:25(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Bigdaddynz Go to Quoted Post
Goofy doesn't do links.....we are still waiting for the link to the video about pukos contact and track cleaning..



www.youtube.com/watch?v=bUBIk40dZ4s

Or several other videos by write Märklin Schienen reinigen
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Offline Purellum  
#60 Posted : 05 December 2021 22:40:13(UTC)
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Cool

Originally Posted by: Goofy Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: Bigdaddynz Go to Quoted Post
Goofy doesn't do links.....we are still waiting for the link to the video about pukos contact and track cleaning..



www.youtube.com/watch?v=bUBIk40dZ4s

Or several other videos by write Märklin Schienen reinigen


This video is not available................ Blink

Per.

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Offline Purellum  
#61 Posted : 05 December 2021 22:50:41(UTC)
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Cool

Originally Posted by: Goofy Go to Quoted Post
Märklins slim C-turnouts is only at 12,1° and this are maximum tolerance for the three rail.
Märklin have not tried produce new larger slim turnouts since then.
Problem?


Please take a look at these turnouts from Wiechen-Walter, they are a lot slimmer than anything else I have ever seen:

https://www.weichen-walt...kte/3L-ww-wmg/index.html

The 3-way combination of 24711 and 24712 is also in his catalogue; it will be available next year:

https://www.weichen-walt..._info.php?products_id=54

Conclusion: It is possible to make slim turnouts for the Märklin track system Cool

Per.

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Offline kiwiAlan  
#62 Posted : 05 December 2021 23:37:20(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Purellum Go to Quoted Post
Cool

Originally Posted by: Goofy Go to Quoted Post
Märklins slim C-turnouts is only at 12,1° and this are maximum tolerance for the three rail.
Märklin have not tried produce new larger slim turnouts since then.
Problem?


Please take a look at these turnouts from Wiechen-Walter, they are a lot slimmer than anything else I have ever seen:

https://www.weichen-walt...kte/3L-ww-wmg/index.html

The 3-way combination of 24711 and 24712 is also in his catalogue; it will be available next year:

https://www.weichen-walt..._info.php?products_id=54

Conclusion: It is possible to make slim turnouts for the Märklin track system Cool

Per.

Cool


Yeah, but what a price ... almost 400 Euro plus options (which appear to be around 64 Euro each). But as I said above, anything can be done with engineering and cost of development. Still our unbeliever chooses to not believe ... BigGrin

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Offline Bigdaddynz  
#63 Posted : 06 December 2021 02:58:21(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Purellum Go to Quoted Post
This video is not available................ Blink


LOL LOL LOL
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Offline LeoArietis  
#64 Posted : 08 December 2021 21:59:41(UTC)
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The slim R9 double-slip need to do similar things as the 2R-railers do with their electro-frog. That is part of the track will need to serve as the 3:rd rail and hence the switch need to have some electric switches as well to switch polarity from ground to live. That's how Weichen-Walter does it.

If anything a double slip saves a lot of space in length, and even more so with the bigger radii.

There is a humongous long thread on Stummi forum around the C-track and the missing pieces and the technical aspects of getting the 3:rd rail to work with a wide radius. https://www.stummiforum....-Gleis-Revolution-1.html
Somewhere in that thread WeichenWalter describes the problems and possible solutions.

The R9 double slip, would it be best to construct it as Baeseler or Englishman / Engländer?

Personally, I'd love to see the Baeseler, but I think if Märklin eventually makes this track, it will be an Engländer since it will be easier to build and it will also more easily fit into the geometry. Placing two Baeseler after each other won't really be feasible if they are going to be separated by only one 71-mm track.

However, both need the polarization of the rails in order to work properly.

I don't have a big layout, but I will gladly fit at least one or maybe two on it!
Current layout:
http://www.svensktmjforu.../index.php?topic=10990.0
The former project:
http://www.svensktmjforu...forum_posts.asp?TID=1097
With Pictures and trackplans, but in Swedish
Transitation-curves in C-track:
https://www.marklin-user...9-on-75-cm.aspx#post9281
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Offline Unholz  
#65 Posted : 23 December 2021 10:50:30(UTC)
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SBB railcar set RABe 501 "Giruno" announced for 2022 in this Märklin video at minute 02:00:

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Offline Thewolf  
#66 Posted : 23 December 2021 15:31:47(UTC)
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Hi guys Cool

No Marklin 2022 catalogue?

Thewolf
Project The Richelieu Valley Railway-CS2-Track C- Itrain-Digital
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Offline marklinist5999  
#67 Posted : 23 December 2021 16:11:43(UTC)
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January or early Februwary I bet. They usually only publish certain new item highlights in December.
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Offline jonas_sthlm  
#68 Posted : 23 December 2021 16:27:52(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Unholz Go to Quoted Post
SBB railcar set RABe 501 "Giruno"


It smells more collaboration with Piko?
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Offline marklinist5999  
#69 Posted : 23 December 2021 16:41:18(UTC)
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Piko is fine, it's Lilliput that has trouble with those type.
Offline mike c  
#70 Posted : 23 December 2021 18:03:18(UTC)
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Interesting to see that this was leaked in a video that was not specifically about new items. Many modellers were considering whether to place an advance order for the Piko/Arwico model to take advantage of discounts but will now have to decide whether to pull the trigger or wait to find out more about Maerklin's offering.

All I know is that there is a good chance I will be SMILING in 2022

For those who don't know, SMILE is the internal Stadler name for the EC250 (SBB Giruno RABe 501) project

Regards

Mike C
Offline mrmarklin  
#71 Posted : 23 December 2021 19:16:55(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Thewolf Go to Quoted Post
Hi guys Cool

No Marklin 2022 catalogue?

Thewolf


I have had mine for quite some time.BigGrin


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Offline kiwiAlan  
#72 Posted : 23 December 2021 19:47:53(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: mrmarklin Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: Thewolf Go to Quoted Post
Hi guys Cool

No Marklin 2022 catalogue?

Thewolf


I have had mine for quite some time.BigGrin




I think he is talking about the new items brochure which will come out mid-January.

Will be interesting to see when they release it as Marklin themselves are not going to the show to keep their staff safe from covid.

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Offline klarinettmeister  
#73 Posted : 27 December 2021 20:48:21(UTC)
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The brochure with new items 2022 will be included in the next shipment of Märklin Insider. That's January but probably it will be here February here in Denmark...
I guess they'll do a live show as usual. I be really hope there will be uninteresting models as I've got about of caching up with alot of models and I need money for a layout.


Originally Posted by: kiwiAlan Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: mrmarklin Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: Thewolf Go to Quoted Post
Hi guys Cool

No Marklin 2022 catalogue?

Thewolf

I have had mine for quite some time.BigGrin




I think he is talking about the new items brochure which will come out mid-January.

Will be interesting to see when they release it as Marklin themselves are not going to the show to keep their staff safe from covid.



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Offline AmalfiCoast  
#74 Posted : 28 December 2021 00:58:47(UTC)
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I always like to see Orient Express, Rheingold, Swiss Kroks, and Baden IVh locos. I know we've seen a lot of these recently but I'm always happy to buy them.

David
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Offline kimballthurlow  
#75 Posted : 28 December 2021 01:16:08(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: AmalfiCoast Go to Quoted Post
I always like to see Orient Express, .....

David


Hi David,

Rivarossi, Lima, Acme/REE?? and France Trains all released nice models of blue 1930s steel Orient Express cars.
Even a sleeper and diner from Märklin would be nice.

Particularly in a 1935 train set (a double) with two engines - a steam engine and an electric E17.
Steam engine Paris to Stuttgart (change at Strasbourg or Kehl) then E17 Stuttgart to Salzburg.
But which steam engine?
An interesting question.

Märklin need produce only 1935 sets - similar to what they did for 26928 with only 1928 sets produced.
There would be limited demand.

Kimball
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Offline DasBert33  
#76 Posted : 03 January 2022 12:57:19(UTC)
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Today in my local MRR magazine (modelspoormagazine) an ad for the following:

- 39539: NMBS Type 81 steamer (ex G8.1/BR55) (450 euro RRP) (Trix 22539 for 2R)
- 43054: Passenger car set to go along with it (1x bagage car, 2x thunderboxes and 1x langenschwalbacher) (190 euro RRP)

All era 3.

I assume these are the Belgian 2022 new items, or did I miss another announcement?

Bert
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Offline Bill Dickson  
#77 Posted : 05 January 2022 21:10:26(UTC)
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Given that it’s the 175 years anniversary of Swiss Railways this year, we could see many more Swiss new items. At least I hope so (especially in Z)!
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Offline vilithejou  
#78 Posted : 05 January 2022 23:49:21(UTC)
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From stummi the news at 18th of january
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Offline AntoinePrt  
#79 Posted : 07 January 2022 12:35:34(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Bill Dickson Go to Quoted Post
Given that it’s the 175 years anniversary of Swiss Railways this year, we could see many more Swiss new items. At least I hope so (especially in Z)!


Indeed.
There will the Giruno train. It has already been announced in the latest Märklin video.
https://www.bahnonline.c...uheiten-2022-sbb-giruno/

Difference between Piko and Märklin:
- Piko: one single and complete set
- Märklin: one starter set and two additional sets to complete the entire train

A.
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Offline kiwiAlan  
#80 Posted : 07 January 2022 15:22:30(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: DasBert33 Go to Quoted Post
Today in my local MRR magazine (modelspoormagazine) an ad for the following:

- 39539: NMBS Type 81 steamer (ex G8.1/BR55) (450 euro RRP) (Trix 22539 for 2R)
- 43054: Passenger car set to go along with it (1x bagage car, 2x thunderboxes and 1x langenschwalbacher) (190 euro RRP)

All era 3.

I assume these are the Belgian 2022 new items, or did I miss another announcement?

Bert


There is a link to a copy of the announcement leaflet here.

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Offline ciobitud  
#81 Posted : 07 January 2022 22:29:32(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: AntoinePrt Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: Bill Dickson Go to Quoted Post
Given that it’s the 175 years anniversary of Swiss Railways this year, we could see many more Swiss new items. At least I hope so (especially in Z)!


Indeed.
There will the Giruno train. It has already been announced in the latest Märklin video.
https://www.bahnonline.c...uheiten-2022-sbb-giruno/

Difference between Piko and Märklin:
- Piko: one single and complete set
- Märklin: one starter set and two additional sets to complete the entire train

A.


The English version of the video is now available:

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Offline ktsolias  
#82 Posted : 17 January 2022 12:04:32(UTC)
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Hi

Tomorrow 18/1/2022 is the announcement of the NEW ITEMS 2022 from MARKLIN, TRIX, LGB

Best regards

Costas
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Offline rmsailor  
#83 Posted : 17 January 2022 17:04:50(UTC)
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Hi,

new releases now on Stummi, www.stummiforum.de.

Downloading speed very slow.

Bob M.
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Offline ciobitud  
#84 Posted : 17 January 2022 17:15:25(UTC)
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Offline marklinist5999  
#85 Posted : 17 January 2022 18:01:01(UTC)
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Portal pdf is blank.
Offline rmsailor  
#86 Posted : 17 January 2022 18:08:34(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: rmsailor Go to Quoted Post
Hi,

new releases now on Stummi, www.stummiforum.de.

Downloading speed very slow.

Bob M.


Seem to have been taken down.
Offline vilithejou  
#87 Posted : 17 January 2022 18:14:01(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: marklinist5999 Go to Quoted Post
Portal pdf is blank.

Be patient!


Joan Vilarrúbia
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Offline bph  
#88 Posted : 17 January 2022 18:18:46(UTC)
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A faster download alternative, on the Märklin New Items 2022 pdf:



Edit: The PDF is available from Märklin now from: https://www.maerklin.de/en/products/product-information/catalogs/new-items so I removed the other link.

Edited by user 18 January 2022 11:54:25(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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Offline H0  
#89 Posted : 17 January 2022 18:42:25(UTC)
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New "Lorem ipsum" on Märklin site:
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Stay tuned...
Regards
Tom
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"In all of the gauges, we particularly emphasize a high level of quality, the best possible fidelity to the prototype, and absolute precision. You will see that in all of our products." (from Märklin New Items Brochure 2015, page 1) ROFLBTCUTS
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Offline kiwiAlan  
#90 Posted : 17 January 2022 20:09:36(UTC)
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Well, I got all four downloaded. Always nice to see what the other branches of products are getting as well.

Some nice items in the H0 though, another v320 with multiple wagon sets.
Those after COOP container wagons will get another bite at the cherry.
I am surprised that there is no Marklineum Br44 for Z though, seeing it is 50 years of Z.
Apart from the book (seems to be only in German) there was a disappointing lack of emphasis on 50 years of Z, I thought.
S2/6 in three variants for the G1 crowd.

I'll have to wait and get the German versions to see what I can afford ... Blink Blushing Scared

Offline DigitalNZ  
#91 Posted : 17 January 2022 20:47:34(UTC)
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Offline DasBert33  
#92 Posted : 17 January 2022 21:07:49(UTC)
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It appears they completely forgot about Era II, again... (OK, the insider loco is era II, but still...)

I was hoping for a E89 in DRB version... I will have to wait some more...

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Offline DasBert33  
#93 Posted : 17 January 2022 21:12:15(UTC)
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Oh, and what an uninspired choice for Insider car this year. Makes me glad I did not extend my membership.
Offline kiwiAlan  
#94 Posted : 17 January 2022 21:23:45(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: DigitalNZ Go to Quoted Post
Lucky you… I can’t get anything to load yet!


It took over an hour to get the marklin H0 one. I did have to restart it at one stage.

another item I should have mentioned above is a new close coupling to fit NEM pockets for coaches and wagons that have lower buffers.

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Offline H0  
#95 Posted : 17 January 2022 21:33:49(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: kiwiAlan Go to Quoted Post
another item I should have mentioned above is a new close coupling to fit NEM pockets for coaches and wagons that have lower buffers.
Yes. For decades Märklin couplers were causing problems with rolling stock that had correct buffers - and Roco Universal coupler was a possible remedy.
Now Märklin also offer suitable couplers.
I can only hope that the new couplers will soon be the new standard for all rolling stock.

So far my wish list is very short after flipping through the Piko and Märklin new items.
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Offline mrmarklin  
#96 Posted : 17 January 2022 21:41:10(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: DasBert33 Go to Quoted Post
It appears they completely forgot about Era II, again... (OK, the insider loco is era II, but still...)

I was hoping for a E89 in DRB version... I will have to wait some more...

B


Sad about Era 2. It was such an innovative time. I’m dying for more rolling stock.
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Offline bph  
#97 Posted : 17 January 2022 21:41:51(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: kiwiAlan Go to Quoted Post

another item I should have mentioned above is a new close coupling to fit NEM pockets for coaches and wagons that have lower buffers.


The new couplers is a nice one, will be interesting to test :)

also noticed that there is no announcement of the promised Wi-fi mobile station.
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Offline DigitalNZ  
#98 Posted : 17 January 2022 21:54:24(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: mrmarklin Go to Quoted Post


Sad about Era 2. It was such an innovative time. I’m dying for more rolling stock.


Anything for Era 1?
Offline Bigdaddynz  
#99 Posted : 17 January 2022 21:59:49(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: kiwiAlan Go to Quoted Post
It took over an hour to get the marklin H0 one.


The link bph gave in Post #88 is much faster - only took a couple of minutes to download.

But yes the others are quite slow. You can also get the German versions by changing EN_ in the url to DE_.
Offline esgovipa  
#100 Posted : 17 January 2022 22:07:24(UTC)
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I am so happy with the Transfesa set ThumpUp ThumpUp ThumpUp. First Spanish item in the catalog since Velaro AVE (37782).
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