Märklin / Hamo H0 - 8313 - Tender locomotive series BR 75 of the DB
With original packaging but without the booklet.
Running number: 75 042.
With black livery.
Red chassis with red spoked wheels.
Tested and fully functional.
Undamaged and no paintwork issues.
With more components of a coupling in a sealed baggie.
Please see the photos for an accurate impression of this lot.
The presentation rail is not part of this offer.
In 1908, the Maschinenfabrik Esslingen was instructed by the Königlich Württembergischen Staats Eisenbahnen (K.W.St.E.) to build a powerful passenger train tender locomotive. This locomotive was given the Series designation T5, and was deployed on the main and branch-line routes in Württemberg. The locomotive was designed with an axle length of 4000 mm to enable it to run a lot more smoothly. Up until 1920, 96 locomotives of this type were built, and in addition to passenger transport, they were also used for freight transport. After the First World War, three locomotives were reparation items handed over to France. The remaining 93 were transferred to the Deutsche Reichsbahn and received the numbers 75 001 up to and including 75 093.
After World War II, a further 89 units were taken over by the Deutsche Bundesbahn. However, as from 1959 the decommissioning of these locomotives commenced and by 1963 there was only one left as a Museum locomotive in Aulendorf. In 1968, the last T5 was also scrapped.
- No. of items
- Tender locomotive
- Railroad company
- Catalogue Number
- Power supply
- DC - Direct current
- Very good condition
- In original box
- Additional information
- BR 75