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In a Limited Stop Train on the Branch Line
Once there was a quite different, contemplative travel experience without constant worries about failed connections, with working restrooms, and with windows that could be opened. We're talking about the "Heckeneilzugen" / "Backwoods Limited Stop Passenger Trains" that enabled connections free of transfers for many years via branch lines between regions not on the main lines and the large metropolitan areas. On the branch lines, they stood out with comparatively comfortable cars as exotic bright spots among the usual rail busses and rebuild cars. These trains formed the backbone of passenger service in the country in the northern part of Germany into the Eighties and occasionally they even warranted through cars.

Prototype: So-called DB "Heckeneilzug" / "Backwoods Limited Stop Passenger Train as it looked in Era IV, consisting of a type Byg 514 rebuild car, 2nd class, in chrome oxide green, a type Bnb 719 commuter car, 2nd class, silver / ocean blue, and a type Bym 421 center entry car, 2nd class, in ocean blue / ivory.

Model: All of the cars have realistic paint schemes and lettering. The cars have close coupler hooks and each car has different interior details. Total length over the buffers approximately 420 mm / 16-1/2".

Highlights

  • Realistic paint schemes and lettering.
  • Close coupler hooks.
  • Interior details modelled.

This set goes with the 88202 locomotive.

Features

  • Marklin exclusive special model - produced in a one-time series.
  • Built-in interior details.

release
2017 Summer New Item
scale
Z
era
Era IV (1970-1990)
Nationality
Germany
Railway
DB (Deutsche Bundesbahn)
Availability
October 2017
our product code
87549
UPC/EAN
4001883875491
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