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Offline kiwiAlan  
#101 Posted : 17 January 2022 22:16:08(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: mrmarklin Go to Quoted Post
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.


Maybe you should look at the Minitrix offerings with some envy ... Blink Blushing BigGrin

Just remember they are not in your gauge ... Crying Crying Crying
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Offline kiwiAlan  
#102 Posted : 17 January 2022 22:23:30(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: bph Go to Quoted Post
A faster download alternative, on the Märklin New Items 2022 pdf:



That doesn't work for me, it says I need to be logged in to somewhere, but doesn't show a link.

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Offline klarinettmeister  
#103 Posted : 18 January 2022 00:17:30(UTC)
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Many Swiss and German models. No American but the new Swedish RC6 with cars is already pre-ordered!
This year i can focus on building a layout with Faller Car System digital and Win Digipet and some older models and the 37984 and the new Insider models. Probably also the Rainbow ICE.
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Offline mrmarklin  
#104 Posted : 18 January 2022 01:10:55(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?


Yes. A very nice set with the High Stepper.

I was able to get my preview from Another Source. Accompanied by death threats etc.
From the People's Republik of Kalifornia
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Offline alonso231gery  
#105 Posted : 18 January 2022 01:37:06(UTC)
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I really like the Re 6/6 set, i might get it.
An outsider.
I'm looking for the owner of that horse. He's tall, blonde, he smokes a cigar, and he's a pig!
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Offline Bigdaddynz  
#106 Posted : 18 January 2022 01:57:28(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: alonso231gery Go to Quoted Post
I really like the Re 6/6 set, i might get it.


I like it, but they're not SBB CFF locos.
Offline kimballthurlow  
#107 Posted : 18 January 2022 02:59:18(UTC)
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Hello,

Euro Prices 2022.
I hope this might be useful to some, but I have copied the Euro price list from the German 2022 Neuheiten catalogue.
It might save you download time if you need it for the EN version.

Image:
UserPostedImage

PDF (generated in Acrobat Pro DC) does not appear to be any better resolution:
https://www.marklin-users.net/up...86_2022-NH-DE-prices.pdf

Kimball
HO Scale - Märklin (ep II-III and VI, C Track, digital) - 2 rail HO (Queensland Australia, UK, USA) - 3 rail OO (English Hornby Dublo) - old clockwork O gauge - Live Steam 90mm (3.1/2 inch) gauge.
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Offline mike c  
#108 Posted : 18 January 2022 03:05:24(UTC)
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I don't know how many already committed to Roco's SBB Ae 3/6 and how many may have been waiting and will now consider the Maerklin model.
Of the top of my head, it seemed to me that the headlamps are a little overdimensioned.

Some (like Armando) might already have the AC version of the earlier Fleischmann model.

Personally, I might have been interested in a model for the period 1968-1980. The 1950s is not my focal period.

The 47462 offers additional cars for the 47461 set. I had already ordered a pair of those to have a total of 6 cars. I am still waiting for my dealer to let me know they received my items. I am now wondering if I should cancel one of the two sets and go for a total of 5 cars instead (47461 + 47462).

I wonder if Maerklin could change the broccoli for raspberries for me instead?

The 37300 is an interesting set. So far, Hag has offered at least one of the two IRSI models. I don't know if the "Rheingold" one has been released too.
What would have been interesting would have been if Maerklin would also have released models of the AAE Sgns with the type of containers used for the last few years for Sugar Beet transport.

Another item that should be of interest to old school Swiss modellers is the tin plate FS coach set. These coaches could be found on trains running through Switzerland from Germany to Italy and from France to Italy. They would look really nice behind one of the classic 3050 or 3014 SBB Loks, maybe with a 4015, 4017 or 4038 at the end.

Regards

Mike C
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Offline mike c  
#109 Posted : 18 January 2022 03:29:26(UTC)
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Giruno (actually Girduo) Maerklin and Piko

Both trains have a total overall length of 2.3m As described in the Maerklin video, the Maerklin model will be in exact 1/87 scale.
I immediately noted three differences in the description.

1) The Maerklin model is described as coming with factory installed LED lighting.
The Piko model mentions a separate lighting kit is available with a list price of EUR 22,99. If you actually need 11 of these, this adds significantly to the cost of the model. (+ EUR252.89)
2) The Maerklin model mentions having digitally controlled pantographs (mechanical).
3) The Piko model is described as having detachable end caps with coupling socket to enable the connection of two trainsets. This feature is not mentioned in the Maerklin flyer.

One of these models will be finding it's way to me. I just haven't decided which one yet.

Regards

Mike C
Offline kiwiAlan  
#110 Posted : 18 January 2022 10:29:10(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: mike c Go to Quoted Post

3) The Piko model is described as having detachable end caps with coupling socket to enable the connection of two trainsets. This feature is not mentioned in the Maerklin flyer.


I guess if your railway runs around the garden, then there will be room ...

But would they actually couple two sets together on the prototype? Or is this just so that a loco can be coupled to get it out of trouble if it breaks down?

Offline H0  
#111 Posted : 18 January 2022 10:43:08(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: mike c Go to Quoted Post
Giruno (actually Girduo) Maerklin and Piko

Both trains have a total overall length of 2.3m As described in the Maerklin video, the Maerklin model will be in exact 1/87 scale.
They announced the ICE 3 with "1:87" in the catalogue, but it is 1:89 and the width is also reduced.
They announced the ICE 4 with the "1:93.5" symbol, but it rather is 1:95.5.
It remains to be seen if the length in this case will be exactly 1:87.

Regards
Tom
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Offline Timnomads  
#112 Posted : 18 January 2022 11:34:16(UTC)
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Offline bph  
#113 Posted : 18 January 2022 11:50:10(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: kiwiAlan Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: bph Go to Quoted Post
A faster download alternative, on the Märklin New Items 2022 pdf:



That doesn't work for me, it says I need to be logged in to somewhere, but doesn't show a link.



that was strange.

I used the forum BB Code [GROUP-HIDE][/GROUP-HIDE] to hide the link from Guests. ref:https://www.marklin-users.net/forum/help_index?faq=bbcodes

so marklin-users.net members should see the link, and guests should see this message:
This board requires you to be registered and logged-in before you can view hidden messages.

I did this to provide members of this forum with a faster alternative, and not everyone else.

so if you still see this message even when logged in, you probably have to ask an admin why.....
Offline mario54i  
#114 Posted : 18 January 2022 13:48:04(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: mike c Go to Quoted Post
Giruno (actually Girduo) Maerklin and Piko


Maybe three, also LSmodels. Even if we know what's the average time between announcement and model availability for LSmodels. We are still waiting for Rheingold 1985 coaches announced in 2011.


Originally Posted by: mike c Go to Quoted Post

The Piko model mentions a separate lighting kit is available with a list price of EUR 22,99. If you actually need 11 of these, this adds significantly to the cost of the model. (+ EUR252.89)


All shops report digitally controlled lighting of coaches and destination plates. So the lighting kit is strange.
Offline marklinist5999  
#115 Posted : 18 January 2022 13:56:39(UTC)
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Yes, lots of cool items! The Austrian Croc. is nice, and the new couplers for lower buffer height. I wonder if I need them to stop some derailments?
I noticed the br 38 shows as having a bell, but there isn't a bell function in the function menu shown.
Offline kiwiAlan  
#116 Posted : 18 January 2022 14:23:33(UTC)
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Couldn't this have gone into the new Items thread that has already been running for some time?

Merged the two threads..... /BDNZ

Edited by moderator 18 January 2022 21:04:03(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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Offline alonso231gery  
#117 Posted : 18 January 2022 15:00:02(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: alonso231gery Go to Quoted Post
I really like the Re 6/6 set, i might get it.


Yes you are rightCool , the Dutch train is nice too, no US trains this yearsHuh . I was trying to reply to you DavidCrying
An outsider.
I'm looking for the owner of that horse. He's tall, blonde, he smokes a cigar, and he's a pig!
Offline rbw993  
#118 Posted : 18 January 2022 16:39:54(UTC)
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No SBB era V. have to spend money somewhere else!

Roger
Offline mbarreto  
#119 Posted : 18 January 2022 16:57:59(UTC)
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I like the BR52 and the Ae3/6 as well as 3 or 4 wagons.
I don't the kink in the smoke deflectors of thr BR52.
The prices of the coaches (and not only) are excessive, and the out of 1:87 scale of them doesn't help.



Mostly Märklin H0.


Offline DasBert33  
#120 Posted : 18 January 2022 17:06:00(UTC)
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I like the kink in the deflectors of the BR52, makes it look more 'badass'. I like my BR53s for that feature too.

Lets hope it comes in Era2 version as well some day (like they did with the BR42), maybe even with 4 axle condenstender or steiframentender. It is understandable it comes with the standard bathtubtender first, maybe the special tenders are something for a 2nd insider model someday.

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Offline mbarreto  
#121 Posted : 18 January 2022 18:05:30(UTC)
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Still about the BR52, it also has only 2 headlights, so I will wait for a more standard Era III or IV version with the tube tender (like the just announced) but with 3 headlights and normal Witte not kinked smoke deflectors.

Other feature I would like in a model like this is dynamic smoke.
Mostly Märklin H0.


Offline LeoArietis  
#122 Posted : 18 January 2022 18:23:42(UTC)
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What do you think about the new couplers? 72000, 50 pack.

They are said to be lower in profile or high, likely to accommodate for the NEM height of the buffers.

If it works I'm thrilled!

Hopefully the Swedish Rc 6 will be a treat. I've been buying Roco Rc (3R-version) for the last years.

I'm disappointed Märklin still do not make the slim double slip, nor expand the C-rail-program.
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 H0  
#123 Posted : 18 January 2022 18:24:50(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: mbarreto Go to Quoted Post
Still about the BR52, it also has only 2 headlights, so I will wait for a more standard Era III or IV version with the tube tender (like the just announced) but with 3 headlights and normal Witte not kinked smoke deflectors.
DB retired all class 52 locos in era III, so an era IV DB version would be a fantasy model. But maybe Märklin will do it.

Regards
Tom
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Offline kiwiAlan  
#124 Posted : 18 January 2022 19:44:27(UTC)
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The Minitrix offerings have a rather nice Era I loco and wagon set being issued for "150 Years of the Vizinal Railways".

The loco is a K.Bay.Sts.B D II, a very nice looking little tank engine.
The wagon set looks very nice as well.

BUT I can't find any reference to any offerings for "150 Years of the Vizinal Railways" in either Trix H0 or Marklin. So I wonder if there will be something offered for this commemoration in the Summer or Autumn NI for H0.


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Offline marklinist5999  
#125 Posted : 18 January 2022 20:32:06(UTC)
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I also like the SBB Griuno because it's like an ICE but has jacobs trucks like a TGV,
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Offline Bigdaddynz  
#126 Posted : 18 January 2022 21:24:41(UTC)
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Marklin TV Episode 114 - 2022 Neuheiten - German

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Offline kiwiAlan  
#127 Posted : 18 January 2022 21:41:39(UTC)
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New Items English version
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Offline Bigdaddynz  
#128 Posted : 18 January 2022 23:45:11(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: alonso231gery Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: alonso231gery Go to Quoted Post
I really like the Re 6/6 set, i might get it.


I was trying to reply to you DavidCrying


No problem Nikos ThumpUp I was trying to find reasons to talk myself out of buying this set - at 749 € RRP I might have to resist. It is really nice though even if they aren't actual SBB locos.

I will most likely order the 30350 Italian loco and coaches, having just got myself a 3035!

I also like the BR52, the smoke deflectors are quite kinky and as I don't have any kinky smoke deflectors or BR52's I will order one.

Beer cars are a given so I will order the 45029 beer car.

I like the 42988/42989 Munich to Nuremberg Express coach set but again at 610 € RRP I've already talked myself out of it.
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Offline mike c  
#129 Posted : 19 January 2022 02:34:20(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: rbw993 Go to Quoted Post
No SBB era V. have to spend money somewhere else!

Roger


Roger,

Perhaps you could consider the Piko Ae 6/6 in red, which is very much late Era V? There are also the assorted RBe 4/4 (540) models from Piko.
For me, the Giruno is going to be expensive enough that I am glad that there is not much more I am interested in.

Regards

Mike C
Offline mike c  
#130 Posted : 19 January 2022 02:36:25(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Bigdaddynz Go to Quoted Post
I will most likely order the 30350 Italian loco and coaches, having just got myself a 3035!

I also like the BR52, the smoke deflectors are quite kinky and as I don't have any kinky smoke deflectors or BR52's I will order one.

Beer cars are a given so I will order the 45029 beer car.

I like the 42988/42989 Munich to Nuremberg Express coach set but again at 610 € RRP I've already talked myself out of it.


Don't forget that us overseas often get a VAT reduction on the price, so you might be able to talk yourself back into some items ;)

Mike C

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Offline Bigdaddynz  
#131 Posted : 19 January 2022 04:11:26(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: mike c Go to Quoted Post
....so you might be able to talk yourself back into some items ;)


If I did it would be the Re 4/4II set first then the Munich/Nuremberg coach set.

Mind you, the BR65 and BR75 tank locos are also quite nice!
Offline jonas_sthlm  
#132 Posted : 19 January 2022 08:04:29(UTC)
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We need some modern 80s cars for the new Rc6 engine Huh

If they like to use the old 60s passenger carriage sets (1:100), we should have expect different individuals of SJ S6E (copy link) and not like this fantasy design creation of AB3 1/2class och B5 2class.

SJ only made a number of old 60s passenger carriages with black design to be used as charter/event trains wagon called S6E...

A question about trademark disruption Mad
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Offline DigitalNZ  
#133 Posted : 19 January 2022 09:54:55(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: mrmarklin Go to Quoted Post
Yes. A very nice set with the High Stepper.


Now putting me in a tough spot... Had decided I'd treat myself one train from the new items list... Now I'm torn between the high stepper set and the 2022 Insider loco and passenger cars...

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Offline marklinist5999  
#134 Posted : 19 January 2022 15:41:25(UTC)
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I am torn between the brown SBB croc, and the SBB RAB railcar, but the high stepper is also captivating.
Offline Armando  
#135 Posted : 19 January 2022 17:04:32(UTC)
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I was hoping that the interesting "dynamic smoke" feature would be the "new black" henceforward for all newly retooled steam locomotives...wishful thinking.
Disappointed to notice that the BR 52 will not have it.
Hope to see the new SJ RC locomotive in either era III or IV orange livery in the coming years. Wishing for retooled SJ cars at correct 1:87 from Märklin may just be a waste of energy. For these, I should hope that Roco obliges with a reissue in the coming years.
Not very many choices for me this year. No orange Austrian crocs! No new Bavarian, Prussian or Württemberg tank locomotives! The BR 06 is, of course, a must for me. And as a die-hard lover of tin plate, I will order the FS consist and locomotive.
I already have the Fleischmann SBB Ae 3/6 in brown livery and with a metal body (yes, by Fleischmann in its heyday, before it became a child of a lesser god...), albeit without sounds. Still considering whether or not to order the stratospherically expensive (Chinese-made) Märklin one.

Best regards,
Armando García

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Offline marklinist5999  
#136 Posted : 19 January 2022 17:25:02(UTC)
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Does anyone think they are being conservative with new Locos. or digital functions due to the chip shortages still? Some seem redundant to me, like the br 38. A new one was just out for 2020. The differences being the triple headlight, unless I'm already forgetting it also has switchable rear marker lights.
Offline DasBert33  
#137 Posted : 19 January 2022 17:42:51(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Armando Go to Quoted Post
I was hoping that the interesting "dynamic smoke" feature would be the "new black" henceforward for all newly retooled steam locomotives...wishful thinking.
Disappointed to notice that the BR 52 will not have it.


I dont understand why? The smoke output is just too much. I have a class66 loco with dynamic smoke. If I consume an entire smoke fluid filling there is so much smoke in the train room it gets almost hard to breathe and everything smells bad. Almost up to the point you get tears in your eyes. This is not the case with regular smoke units. My room measures 4m x4m, so it is not superlarge, but also not very small either.

Maybe you need to be a cigarette smoker to appreciate the smoke (I am not), or run your trains outside in the fresh air? I rather have Marklin spend my money on more electronic features like lights or sounds than on a unhealthy smoke generator. 1 locomotive with dynamic smoke is more than enough.

B
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Offline 5HorizonsRR  
#138 Posted : 19 January 2022 17:52:52(UTC)
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Perhaps I'm the odd man out here. Its a lovely catalogue with some beautiful trains. I have no complaints at all, but at the same time there is nothing for me OhMyGod

I have the Fleischmann Ae 3/6 in brown and green with modern digital electronics, and they are both so good (and metal!) that I see no need to swap/upgrade to marklin.

The SBB Re 4/4 in blue and cream rheingold colors I'd have gone for, but I can't justify a 2 pack of locos to get it. I already have two of these in the original TEE livery, a third does me no favors.

The one thing I REALLY want is that SBB Lichtstal buffet car, but I'm not going to buy a 5 car set I already have 2 of (in various eras) to get it. Hopefully it will come for separate sale later...

I guess this is good for the wallet. The Roco catalogue was similar, a few curiosities but nothing rushing me to a preorder. I think I may spend my pennies this year on a Piko Ae 4/7 and perhaps an Rbe 540; both have whish were on my list forever. I was hoping for a Marklin or Roco Ae 4/7, but funnily enough they gave us the Ae 3/6 instead.
FS + SBB Era 2-5 and Vintage Marklin
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Offline H0  
#139 Posted : 19 January 2022 18:01:45(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: marklinist5999 Go to Quoted Post
Some seem redundant to me, like the br 38. A new one was just out for 2020. The differences being the triple headlight, unless I'm already forgetting it also has switchable rear marker lights.
Märklin didn't make BR 38 yet. Prussian P 8 was registered as BR 38.10-40, not BR 38.
The new model is BR 038 with INDUSI computer mounted outside the cab. A small difference, but a form variation.

Regards
Tom
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Offline kiwiAlan  
#140 Posted : 19 January 2022 18:02:00(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: marklinist5999 Go to Quoted Post
Does anyone think they are being conservative with new Locos. or digital functions due to the chip shortages still?


That is one possibility, I have heard mention that there does seem to be more of an emphasis on rolling stock this year, where in years past there have been complaints about the number of locos in the catalogue. Maybe the chip shortage has caused them to pull back on items containing decoders a bit - although there are enough cab control cars with mfx decoders in this offering.

Offline kiwiAlan  
#141 Posted : 19 January 2022 18:05:44(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Armando Go to Quoted Post
No new Bavarian, Prussian or Württemberg tank locomotives!


Maybe think about what I said in post 124

Offline kiwiAlan  
#142 Posted : 19 January 2022 18:08:37(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: 5HorizonsRR Go to Quoted Post

The one thing I REALLY want is that SBB Lichtstal buffet car, but I'm not going to buy a 5 car set I already have 2 of (in various eras) to get it. Hopefully it will come for separate sale later...


You could always buy the set, then sell it later sans buffet car to someone who wants a longer train ... BigGrin

Offline marklinist5999  
#143 Posted : 19 January 2022 18:23:17(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: H0 Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: marklinist5999 Go to Quoted Post
Some seem redundant to me, like the br 38. A new one was just out for 2020. The differences being the triple headlight, unless I'm already forgetting it also has switchable rear marker lights.
Märklin didn't make BR 38 yet. Prussian P 8 was registered as BR 38.10-40, not BR 38.
The new model is BR 038 with INDUSI computer mounted outside the cab. A small difference, but a form variation.


Tom, I got a Marklin 39380 br 38 not 6 months ago. Era III DB with dual headlights. It also has a current conducting coupler for the rebuild car sets
that match it.
Offline kiwiAlan  
#144 Posted : 19 January 2022 18:40:25(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: marklinist5999 Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: H0 Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: marklinist5999 Go to Quoted Post
Some seem redundant to me, like the br 38. A new one was just out for 2020. The differences being the triple headlight, unless I'm already forgetting it also has switchable rear marker lights.
Märklin didn't make BR 38 yet. Prussian P 8 was registered as BR 38.10-40, not BR 38.
The new model is BR 038 with INDUSI computer mounted outside the cab. A small difference, but a form variation.


Tom, I got a Marklin 39380 br 38 not 6 months ago. Era III DB with dual headlights. It also has a current conducting coupler for the rebuild car sets
that match it.


Toms point is (as noted on the Marklin page for this model) that this is a Br38.10-40. This means there are noticeable differences to a Br38.

Offline PeFu  
#145 Posted : 19 January 2022 21:14:36(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: kiwiAlan Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: mike c Go to Quoted Post

3) The Piko model is described as having detachable end caps with coupling socket to enable the connection of two trainsets. This feature is not mentioned in the Maerklin flyer.


I guess if your railway runs around the garden, then there will be room ...

But would they actually couple two sets together on the prototype? Or is this just so that a loco can be coupled to get it out of trouble if it breaks down?


Well, have a look at the clip below, after approx. 40 sec…. This is a looong train (22 cars). First I thought ”well I already have the Roco RABDe ICN”. But now I’m afraid, my dark side is getting more and more interested in the Giruno, in addition to the Ae 3/6.

BigGrin



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Offline Minok  
#146 Posted : 19 January 2022 21:44:53(UTC)
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Was hoping for a BR 012 given they updated the BR 01 , but alas nothing.. just a re-release of the Piko version from several years ago, which I already have (which has a non-switchable aka always on smoke generator option, and incandescent bulb lights - ugh). Maybe 2023.
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Offline marklinist5999  
#147 Posted : 19 January 2022 22:58:26(UTC)
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Irregardless, Tom said Marklin hadn't made a br 38 yet before. I read his intital sentence.
Offline kimballthurlow  
#148 Posted : 20 January 2022 00:09:54(UTC)
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Hello all,
The Märklin new items for 2022 is a dazzling array.
I feel lucky to be at a time and place where these things are available.

The re-issue of the 1960s FS electric and matching brown coaches is a beauty. 30350 and 40360.
The 65 class steam engine should make era IV fans happy. 39651 and 41236.
And there is plenty for era VI. I am taken with the rolling stock variety and particularly the CFL Class 66 diesel T66 714. 39066.
Denmark, Sweden, Switzerland, Austria, Netherlands, Belgium, Spain are all there in one catalogue.

I am constrained however to order much (apart from the new couplers 72000), I do not have the room to store them all.

Incidentally I found plenty of photos and videos of the CFL T66 K714, often in areas around Denmark.

Kimball
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Offline Bigdaddynz  
#149 Posted : 20 January 2022 02:30:28(UTC)
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I really think Flash Dave needs to order the Flash Container Cars. Just the thing for the carpetbahn in the back of the Cave.

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Offline marklinist5999  
#150 Posted : 20 January 2022 08:23:57(UTC)
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Some fun items for young beginners!
Kimball, storage is an issue for many. I suppose it's why some sell items they don't run much anymore.
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