Avümh 111 Apümh 121 ARDümh 105 Wrümh 132 DB | Gauge Trix H0 - Article No. 23477

"Roland" TEE 75 Car Display.

Prototype: 3 type Avümh 111 TEE compartment cars with roofs rounded on the ends, 3 type Avümh 111 TEE compartment cars with roofs with vertical ends, 2 type Apümh 121 open seating cars with roofs with vertical ends, 2 type ARDümh 105 TEE bar cars with roofs with vertical ends, and 2 type Wrümh 132TEE dining cars, all painted and lettered for the German Federal Railroad (DB).

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"Roland" TEE 75 Car Display.
"Roland" TEE 75 Car Display.

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Article No. 23477
Gauge / Design type Trix H0 /
Era IV
Kind Passenger Car Sets
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  • Authentic reproduction of the "Roland" TEE 75 from Bremen Main Station to Milan Main Station with appropriate through cars.
  • Notes included with each car for authentic train compositions.
  • All of the cars are available separately.
  • Product description

    Model: Era IV. This set is 12 TEE cars with different lettering in an attractive display. The underbodies are specific to the cars and have skirting. The trucks have regular brake shoes, magnetic rail brakes, and separately applied generators. The 66718 lighting kit and the Märklin 73407 marker light kit can be installed in the cars. The cars have NEM coupler pockets with close coupler guide mechanisms. Each of the cars comes individually packaged. Minimum radius for operation is 356 mm / 14-3/16". Length over the buffers for each car 282 mm / 11-1/8".

    AC wheel set for each car 4 x 700150. All of these cars are available separately at your authorized dealer.

    One-time series.

  • Publications

    - New Items 2009 - Main Catalog 2009/2010
  • Prototype information

    The "Roland" TEE. In the heyday of TEE trains running exclusively with first class cars, the F-Zug express train "Roland" was upgraded in 1969 to a Trans-Europe-Express. The "Roland" linked Bremen via Hannover, Frankfurt, Heidelberg, Basle, and Chiasso with Milan. This train also had a through car to Chur and took on a car at Basle from the "Rheingold" TEE that came from either Dortmund or Hook of Holland. Like all of the other TEE trains, the "Roland" was also painted in "Bordeaux red"/ cream, and the cars offered the highest level of comfort; naturally, there was air conditioning. The "Roland" had to do without a vista dome car however; it ran a bar car in its place and one of the then new type WRmh 132 dining cars. These cars were built in a group of 27 from 1964 to 1968 and replaced the bi-level dining cars (nicknamed in German "Buckelspeisewagen") that were so complicated to operate. In Germany, the motive power for the "Roland" TEE was usually a class 103, in Switzerland, one of the class Re 4/4 II units painted in TEE colors, and on the Italian part of the route, the FS's flagship locomotive at that time, the class E 444, also known as "Tartaruga". The name "Roland" could be found in the schedule books for the three participating state railroads until 1979, when the new Intercity (IC) product sent it into retirement. The new connecting linking Northern Germany with Lombardian Milan was now called "Tiziano" IC; only now the beginning or end of the long run was no longer Bremen but Hamburg-Altona.


ATTENTION: not for children under 3 years