"Bavarian Express Train around 1925" Train Set.
"Bavarian Express Train around 1925" Train Set.

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Article No. 11605
Gauge / Design type Minitrix /
Era II
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Model: Era IIa.

The locomotive comes with the new, impressive Trix technology:
• Die-cast metal body and frame.
• Can motor with two flywheels.
• Digital connector.
• Close coupler mechanism.
4 axles powered, 2 traction tires, LED's for white headlights / red marker lights that change over with the direction of travel. The cars have close coupler mechanisms.
Train length: 580 mm / 22-13/16".

Model: Era IIa.

The locomotive comes with the new, impressive Trix technology:
• Die-cast metal body and frame.
• Can motor with two flywheels.
• Digital connector.
• Close coupler mechanism.
4 axles powered, 2 traction tires, LED's for white headlights / red marker lights that change over with the direction of travel. The cars have close coupler mechanisms.
Train length: 580 mm / 22-13/16".

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This model will be manufactured in a one-time series only in 2005.

Publications

- New Items 2005 - Main Catalog 2006

Prototype information

When the German provincial railroads were merged into the German Reich in 1920, the Free State of Bavaria, after lengthy negotiations, was granted a special status for the railroad system in its service area: the independent "Bavarian Group Administration". For example, the Bavarian signaling system was continued and there were no restrictions imposed on the acquisition of railroad locomotives and cars, especially for the requirements of the Free State. Also, the appearance, i.e. the paint and...

When the German provincial railroads were merged into the German Reich in 1920, the Free State of Bavaria, after lengthy negotiations, was granted a special status for the railroad system in its service area: the independent "Bavarian Group Administration". For example, the Bavarian signaling system was continued and there were no restrictions imposed on the acquisition of railroad locomotives and cars, especially for the requirements of the Free State. Also, the appearance, i.e. the paint and the lettering on the locomotives and cars, was a proof of the independence, since it generally differed from that used in the remaining territory of the Reich. The special privileges with respect to paint schemes and lettering ended around 1927, however, and other exceptions were successively eliminated by 1933, being eradicated by law in 1937 with the dissolution of the German State Railroad Company and the creation of the German State Railroad. As compensation for the loss of the special status, Bavaria was given the German State Railroad's central office in Munich, which was responsible for procurement of electric locomotives for all of Germany.

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Features

c Era II
F Large digital connection (Selectrix-Decoder 66833)
[ Dual headlights front and rear that change over with the direction of travel
3 interior lighting can be installed
Z Metal locomotive frame and body
X Power supply can be switched to operate from catenary
1 With NEM coupler pocket and mechanism for close couplers

Warning

ATTENTION: not for children under 3 years