Marklin H0 39760 Class 01.10 Older Design Steam Locomotive Insider 2023 New Item

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Class 01.10 Older Design Steam Locomotive
Model: The locomotive has an mfx+ digital decoder and extensive sound functions. It also has controlled, high-efficiency propulsion with a flywheel, mounted in the boiler. 3 axles powered. Traction tires. The locomotive and tender are constructed mostly of metal. The locomotive has a factory-installed smoke unit, with speed-dependent dynamic smoke exhaust. Dual headlights, which change over with the direction of travel, will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. The cab lighting, firebox flickering, and running gear lights can be controlled separately in digital operation. Maintenance-free, warm white and red LEDs are used for the lighting. There is a close coupling with a guide mechanism between the locomotive and tender. There is a close coupler with an NEM pocket and a guide mechanism on the tender. The buffer height on the locomotive and tender adheres to the NEM. The minimum radius for operation is 360 mm / 14-3/16. Piston rod protection sleeves and brake hoses are included. Length over the buffers 27.7 cm / 10-7/8.
Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) class 01.10 express train steam locomotive with an older design boiler and a type 2´3 T38 coal tender. Black/red basic paint scheme. Version without streamlining. Striking crosswise mounted feedwater heater on the smoke box. Dual headlights. Witte smoke deflectors and inductive magnet on one side. The locomotive looks as it did around 1950.

After several years of rudimentary train service, the new German Federal Railroad undertook in 1949 the first steps of offering high-quality train service again. Express trains were planned running at least at speeds of 100 to 120 kilometers per hour / 60 to 75 miles per hour. Higher speeds were not possible until the Sixties due to the roadbed and the available locomotive roster. The 54 remaining three-cylinder class 01.10 express steam locomotives were suddenly very much in demand with the introduction of a higher quality express train service. They were only ten years old and were modern locomotives in terms of their design. The DB thus had the streamlining removed from all of the 01.10 units and overhauled for express train service. The reasons for the complete removal of the streamlining on the boiler was the fact that the streamlining was very damaged and was superfluous, because they were no longer run at the high speeds for which these units had been designed. All of the class 01.10 locomotives were now given boiler cladding. Sheet metal cladding was built around the older design boiler and held in place with boiler bands. It was easy to recognize locomotives from the front with the older design boiler without streamlining: On a streamlined locomotive, the entire boiler superstructure was hidden under the streamlined shell. The feedwater heater sitting crosswise above the smoke box was thus recessed deeper in the smoke box and the smoke box door was flattened accordingly at the top.The class 01.10 locomotives were based mostly in Northern Germany. In 1950, the 54 locomotives for heavy express trains were based at four maintenance facilities: 19 in Hagen-Eckesey, 15 in Bebra, 12 in Kassel, and 8 in Paderborn. The locomotives kept the type 2’3 T38 five-axle tender, the older design boiler, and the original running gear. Road number 01 1088 based in Hagen-Eckesey is being realized as an H0 model in this condition. Remnants of the streamlining can still be seen on the model. Moreover, there are several features attributable to the conversion assigned to the Henschel repair workshop. Since the older design boiler was constructed of St 47 K steel, which was not resistant to aging, all of the class 01.10 locomotives were given high-performance boilers between 1953 and 1956 and they now clearly differed visually and technically from the original version. Oil firing was finally introduced on a large number of units. Road number 01 1088 realized by Märklin in 2023 as an exclusive Club model with an older design boiler is thus new tooling and for the first time tells the history in model railroad technical terms of the famous class 01.10 in the transition from the streamlined locomotive to the locomotive with a new design boiler. The model (item number 39760, Trix item number 25011) of the Pacific locomotive, road number 01 1088, is constructed mostly of metal. Twenty-eight sound, light, and operating functions can be controlled using a digital decoder (Märklin: mfx+). The type 2’3 T38 five-axle tender is close coupled to the model, both with the buffer height adhering to the NEM (12.2 millimeters). An exclusive, six-part express train passenger car set (item number 42529, Trix item number 23629) looking as it did around 1951 is coming out to go with the locomotive. This car set represents a car family realized for the first time at Märklin: There are express train passenger cars for the standard design of 1928 to 1930, assigned to the application group 29. All six cars – among them a DSG dining car and a type Pw4ü-29 baggage car – are new tooling with LED interior lighting and multi-part interior details. The set includes day coaches for 3rd class, 1st/2nd class, and 1st/2nd/3rd class.
A set of express train passenger cars to go with this locomotive including Group 29 passenger cars as new tooling is being offered under item number 42529 also exclusively only for Insider members in 2023.
The class 01.10 older design express train steam locomotive is being produced in 2023 in a one-time series exclusively only for Insider members.
This model can be found in a DC version in the Trix H0 assortment under item number 25011 exclusively for Trix Club members.
Completely new tooling.Class 01.10 with an older design boiler and a striking feedwater heater for the first time in the Märklin program.Especially intricate metal construction.A variety of separately applied details.Factory-installed smoke unit and speed-dependent dynamic smoke exhaust.Cab lighting, firebox flickering, and running gear lights controlled digitally. World of Operation mfx+ digital decoder with extensive light and sound functions.Buffer height adheres to the NEM.

In the mid-Thirties, the German State Railroad was aspiring to establish a network of fast FD and D express trains. According to the planners' ideas, the existing locomotives were no longer sufficient. The classes 01 and 03 could only do a maximum speed of 130 km/h / 81 mph. This was too little. In addition, there were no power reserves. Consequently, the industry was commissioned to design a new express locomotive, but also due to good results with streamlined locomotives, the class 01.10. The class 05 was already pointing the way in the right direction, also because it had three-cylinder running gear. In short, under the streamlining of this new locomotive was no more than a class 01, however equipped with a third cylinder running gear. Fifty-five units were built. World War II prevented more production. After the end of the war, there were still 54 locomotives left, most in miserable condition. They were not retired, since they did not represent in any way a splinter class with this quantity. Starting in 1949, they went through a main overhaul. In the process, all the units lost their streamlining. The main boiler was given normal sheet metal. The very flat domes on the top of the boiler were striking, whose dimensions were once adapted to the streamlining. Another clearly recognizable feature was the feedwater heater mounted crosswise above the smoke box door. This placement led to the smoke box door having to be trimmed at the top. The visual features mentioned were typical for all de-streamlined class 01.10 locomotives. Since various workshops were involved with these units, sometimes there were small details not handled in a standard manner so that individual locomotives differed in these various small features. In the mid-Fifties, the class 01.10 was for several years the ultimate express locomotive able to pull heavy D-Zug express trains too. The new German Federal Railroad on the other hand was not so fortunate with the boilers. They were constructed of type St 47 k steel and quickly caused problems in harsh everyday conditions. It was a matter of time until these class 01.10 units were give new welded high-performance boilers. This measure changed their appearance to a new one, and the striking face with the feedwater heater disappeared. These locomotives with new boilers were hard at work until the mid-Seventies.

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System: 3 Rail AC
Sound: Y
Country: Germany
Era: III
Railroad: DB
EAN: 4001883397603
Availability: In Stock

Regular price $589.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $589.00 USD