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Offline NS1200  
#1 Posted : 17 January 2015 18:13:42(UTC)
NS1200

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Just picked up from the German Stummi forum.
Some German sellers say there we will be a one time series BR 89.
And indeed a series BR41 as one time series,could be a set of two loco's for two era's.
And productnumbers for new C track,including the longly awaited slim crossing turnout.

It is going to be an interesting fair!

30001 – Dampflok BR 89 der DB, Ep. III, Einmalserie(?) – 79,95 € -,
37229 – Elektrolokomotive E94 in fiktiver schwarzer Farbgebung, Auflage: 999 Stück – UVP = ???,?? € -,
37929 – Dampflok BR 41 der DB, Ep. III, mfx+/Sound, Einmalserie – 499,95 € - und
42179 – Schnellzug-Steuerwagen Typ EW IV Bt der SBB, Ep. V, Neuauflage (?)– 89,95 €.

Zu diesen Artikeln liegen mir keine weiteren Informationen vor.


Die nachstehenden Artikelnummern wurden bislang jeweils nur bei einem Online-Händler kurzzeitig angezeigt. Diese Daten sind aber bereits wohl wieder gelöscht bzw. gesperrt. Da ich davon ausging, dass andere Händler nachziehen, habe ich mir diesen Händler leider auch nicht gemerkt. Den Text zu den Artikelnummern habe ich jedoch kopiert:
24072
Gerades Gleis mit abnehmbaren Böschungen. Wird als Ausgleichsstück für die schlanke Doppelkreuzungsweiche 24720 benötigt. – Preis: n.E.

24720
Schlanke Doppelkreuzungsweiche, Länge 236,1 mm, Zweiggleisradius 1.114,6 mm, Weichenbogen 12,1 mm, Herzstück 10° aus Metall. An jedem Ende der Weiche wird jeweils das Gleis 24071 bzw. 24072 benötigt. Zwei passende Böschungsteile liegen bei. Mit Elektroantrieb und beleuchteter Weichenlaterne, Digital-Decoder nachrüstbar – Preis: n.E.

24470
Bogenweichenpaar, jeweils R4 = 579,3 mm/ 30°. Außenbogen: 30° im Parallelabstand 64,3 mm. Mit Handschalthebel. Elektroantrieb 74491, Digital-Decoder 74461 und Weichenlaterne 74470 jeweils nachrüstbar – Preis: n.E.

24471
Bogenweiche links, R4 = 579,3 mm/ 30°. Außenbogen: 30° im Parallelabstand 64,3 mm. Mit Handschalthebel. Elektroantrieb 74491, Digital-Decoder 74461 und Weichenlaterne 74470 nachrüstbar – Preis: n.E.

24472
Bogenweiche rechts, R4 = 579,3 mm/ 30°. Außenbogen: 30° im Parallelabstand 64,3 mm. Mit Handschalthebel. Elektroantrieb 74491, Digital-Decoder 74461 und Weichenlaterne 74470 nachrüstbar – Preis: n.E.
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Offline Hackcell  
#2 Posted : 17 January 2015 20:17:12(UTC)
Hackcell

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Originally Posted by: NS1200 Go to Quoted Post
And productnumbers for new C track,including the longly awaited slim crossing turnout.


Yesssssssssssssssss!!!!!! Wide turnouts!!!

Thank God for it :-))
Danilo Jiménez
Union Pacific and DB Cargo H0 models.
Märklin, Brawa, MTH and some Walthers cars (nobody is perfect!)
Pinball machines, jukeboxes and Horses.
Costa Rica, pura vida!!
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Offline mike c  
#3 Posted : 17 January 2015 20:25:02(UTC)
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We still have not seen what Maerklin will announce as Export Models. I could see the SBB pilot coach to go with the 42152/42160 sets, but I don't think Maerklin would announce track as Export models. They may yet be coming as Summer or Fall New Items. We will find out more as we get closer to the Messe.

Regards

Mike C
Offline steventrain  
#4 Posted : 17 January 2015 21:14:21(UTC)
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I think the 37929 BR41 will be Borsig Edition 4 as record that BR41 was build by Borsig and about ten others. Maybe next Summer new items 2015 with C-tracks.

I have 37229 on order last week with UK members Nigel and Glenn order it as well. I guess the 37229 is very high collector soon!
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Offline kiwiAlan  
#5 Posted : 17 January 2015 21:37:13(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: steventrain Go to Quoted Post
I think the 37929 BR41 will be Borsig Edition 4 as record that BR41 was build by Borsig and about ten others. Maybe next Summer new items 2015 with C-tracks.


That would make sense for the Br41, at that price. The 499 Euro price seems to equate to having a wooden box or display case for a single loco. I couldn't understand them producing another Br41 this year, after producing one in 2014 with mfx+. The other telling factor is that the catalogue number ends in a 9 which is often used for special models in a series.

My pick would be the track will be announced in herbst NI, so it becomes Christmas presents ... but am prepared to be surprised with it being announced in the summer.

Offline Bigdaddynz  
#6 Posted : 17 January 2015 22:02:30(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: NS1200 Go to Quoted Post
Die nachstehenden Artikelnummern wurden bislang jeweils nur bei einem Online-Händler kurzzeitig angezeigt...........


Which in Google translate, translates to:

"The following article numbers were far each briefly displayed only when an online retailer. These data, however, are probably already deleted or banned again. Since I assumed that other traders follow suit, I have this merchant unfortunately not noticed. The text of the item numbers but I have copied:
24072
Straight Track with removable embankments. Is required as a balancing item for the slim double slip switch 24720. - Price: N. E.

24720
Slender double slip switch, length 236.1 mm, diverging track radius 1,114.6 mm, The turnout 12.1 mm, 10 ° centerpiece of metal. At each end of the switch, the track is 24071 or 24072 requires each. Two matching slope parts are included. Retrofitted with electric drive and illuminated Weichenlaterne, digital decoder - Price: nE

24470
Deflectors pair, each R4 = 579.3 mm / 30 °. Outside bend 30 ° at a parallel distance 64.3 mm. Manual hand lever. 74491 Electric drive, digital decoder 74461 and 74470 respectively Weichenlaterne retrofitted - Price: nE

24471
Left Curved Turnout, R4 = 579.3 mm / 30 °. Outside bend 30 ° at a parallel distance 64.3 mm. Manual hand lever. Electric drive 74491, 74461 digital decoder and Weichenlaterne 74470 - Price: nE

24472
Right Curved Turnout, R4 = 579.3 mm / 30 °. Outside bend 30 ° at a parallel distance 64.3 mm. Manual hand lever. Electric drive 74491, 74461 digital decoder and Weichenlaterne 74470 - Price: nE"
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Offline clapcott  
#7 Posted : 18 January 2015 04:17:49(UTC)
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Update : 2015 Fall New Items : 25 Aug 2015

The 2 new curved points are announced under the catalogue items 24771 and 24772.
Each needs a PAIR of 24315 (also a new piece) which is like the 24071 for the large radius point in that it has removable roadbed to allow fitting in the cramped space

The closest geometry (of the two speculative diagrams below) is the left one with R3 transitioning to R4


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Prior posting

Quote:

24470 : Deflectors pair, each R4 = 579.3 mm / 30 °. Outside bend 30 ° at a parallel distance 64.3 mm.

I wonder if anything can be read into this marketing decision to package up a "pair" of these turnouts. I am not aware of an equivalent for the 24671/24672.
Is it possible that there may be a prices compromise to help move the product?

Quote:

24471 : Left Curved Turnout, R4 = 579.3 mm / 30 °. Outside bend 30 ° at a parallel distance 64.3 mm.
24472 : Right Curved Turnout, R4 = 579.3 mm / 30 °. Outside bend 30 ° at a parallel distance 64.3 mm.

The terminology "outside bend" is a bit confusing.

For comparison the 24671/72 are essentially R1 curves with an (77.5mm) extension to facilitate alignment with R2 (and at a pinch R3)
Therefore while essentially using R1 curves the outside bend might allude to R2 to make it sound better

So if the 24471/2 are in fact R4 with an (64.3mm) extension - this means a transition to R5. BUT NO R3->R4
Or is the description inconsistent and maybe mean R3 (515.0mm) transitioning to the R4 (579.3mm - being the outside radius equivalent) - and at a pinch to R5


On the face of it the 2nd image is more likely. Of course there may be annother unanounced 24371/2 pair waiting in the wings
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Edited by user 26 August 2015 00:01:03(UTC)  | Reason: Update : 2015 Fall New Items : 25 Aug 2015

Peter
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Offline sjlauritsen  
#8 Posted : 18 January 2015 08:09:34(UTC)
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Dear Märklin, whatever you do, please do not forget the Trix C-track.
Søren from Denmark
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Offline gerardo960  
#9 Posted : 18 January 2015 15:26:04(UTC)
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Hi would anyone get a picture of how is the BR 41 37929 locomotive that want to acquire any particular model if you have wagner smoke deflectors.

ThanksCool Huh RollEyes
Offline NS1200  
#10 Posted : 20 January 2015 06:55:09(UTC)
NS1200

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Originally Posted by: gerardo960 Go to Quoted Post
Hi would anyone get a picture of how is the BR 41 37929 locomotive that want to acquire any particular model if you have wagner smoke deflectors.

ThanksCool Huh RollEyes


No picture yet,we are all waiting for that!

Cheers,
Paul.

Have more than you show,speak less than you know (Shakespeare).
Offline gerardo960  
#11 Posted : 20 January 2015 14:27:39(UTC)
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NS 1200;

Ok, Thanks I hope that a picture can appear soon.BigGrin Confused Wink
Offline NS1200  
#12 Posted : 22 January 2015 20:09:51(UTC)
NS1200

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Originally Posted by: gerardo960 Go to Quoted Post
NS 1200;

Ok, Thanks I hope that a picture can appear soon.BigGrin Confused Wink


In case you cannot wait,you could still buy the 37924,a BR41 with Wagner elephant ears.
Nice machine for around Euro 300.- on internet.

http://pics.haertle.de/o...ur-h0-neuheit-2014-4.jpg

Cheers,
Paul.
Have more than you show,speak less than you know (Shakespeare).
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Offline NS1200  
#13 Posted : 22 January 2015 20:36:17(UTC)
NS1200

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Just found on an American website,the BR41 Marklin 37929 as advertised.
My old eyes cannot read the cabinnumber,could be a picture of an earlier version,used for the purpose.
If the picture is correct,it is an era III loco with Witte elephant ears and old type boiler.

http://www.ajckids.com/products/Marklin/37929
Have more than you show,speak less than you know (Shakespeare).
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Offline steventrain  
#14 Posted : 22 January 2015 20:58:08(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: NS1200 Go to Quoted Post
Just found on an American website,the BR41 Marklin 37929 as advertised.
My old eyes cannot read the cabinnumber,could be a picture of an earlier version,used for the purpose.
If the picture is correct,it is an era III loco with Witte elephant ears and old type boiler.

http://www.ajckids.com/products/Marklin/37929


But the image was 37923? , Running number was same.

PS - the RRP price is 479,95EUR (not the 499).
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Offline gerardo960  
#15 Posted : 23 January 2015 01:46:36(UTC)
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Hi boy the locomotive has or does not have the smoke deflector witte continue to seek a photograph that I decide to buy 37924 or 37929. Confused Bored Mellow Wink
Offline NS1200  
#16 Posted : 23 January 2015 15:32:41(UTC)
NS1200

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Two facts to remember:

A) Marklin Magazin 50 years this year.

http://c.tutti.ch/images...azin-1965-8852732433.jpg

B) Marklin 3000 tenderloco some 60 years this year.

Something to celebrate?

Edited by user 24 January 2015 13:42:53(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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