Märklin H0 - 37938 - Steam locomotive with tender - Prussian type P 10 " Borsig Edition 1 of 5 " of the Deutsche Reichsbahn-Gesellschaft (DRG)
With original packaging and booklet.
Running number: 2811
The passenger train steam locomotive of the Prussian Type 10 of the Deutsche Reichsbahn Gesellschaft (DRG).
Version without smoke-def;ectors and with Prussian tender 2 ́2 ́T31.5 without walkways on the coal bucket.
Locomotive 11.000 as seen in the delivery records of A. Borsig-Werke Berlin-Tegel.
Delivered in 1922.
With an MFX digital decoder, controlled high-performance propulsion and extensive sound functions. Powered on 4 axles with traction tyres. The locomotive and tender are almost entirely made of metal.
Prepared for the installation of a smoke generator type 72270.
2-point front-signal lighting alternates with changes in direction of travel and a retrofittable smoke generator will operate in conventional mode with digital control.
Lighting with low-maintenance warm-white LEDs
Adjustable close coupling with scissored conductor between locomotive and tender.
Close coupling with guide mechanism with NEM shaft on the tender. Piston rod protection sleeves included.
The length between the buffers is 26.3 cm.
Includes the matching collector’s display-case made out of wood and real glass, and has as a backdrop a relief showing the characteristic Borsig entrance gate at the Borsig locomotive factory in Berlin-Tegel.
Engraved metal plate including factory number on the display case.
Includes high-quality excerpt from the delivery book.
Once-off series - Model 1 of 5 made.
All the functions have been tested.
Undamaged and no paintwork issues.
The locomotive is in mint condition.
Has hardly ever been used on the track layout, please see the pick-up shoe and (gear)wheels
Please see the large photo compilation of this very beautiful locomotive.
The presentation rail is a part of the sale.
175 years of the firm Borsig - the locomotive building pioneer of Europe. When August Borsig founded his machine factory and Iron foundry in Berlin in 1837, nobody suspected that this would be the beginning of what would become one of the largest locomotive factories in the world. As early as 1841, this after careful examination of the commonly used English and American types of locomotives, August Borsig built the locomotive BORSIG with the factory number 1. With its improved drivetrain and axle configuration, on 21 July 1841 this locomotive won a race against an English locomotive with a 10-minute lead. From that day forward, the good fortunes of the Borsig locomotive factory commenced. This ended in 1954 after more than 16,000 locomotives had been delivered. During the era of steam, Borsig grew into Europe’s largest locomotive builder, whilst the company took second place worldwide. In honour of the 175th anniversary of Borsig, Märklin will manufacture a special five-part series of selected H0 models, which will be completed in 2016 and issued on the occasion of the 175th anniversary of the steam-locomotive construction in Germany. Each year a beautifully detailed locomotive with a first-class technical equipment will be manufactured as a once-off series. Each model will be sold together with a decorative display case, the back wall of which has a splendid relief image of the characteristic Borsig city-gates. In addition to the relief image, there is also a metal plaque on which the factory number as per the delivery book is engraved. To complete the theme, a high-quality paper printed extract from Borsig's delivery book will also accompany the model.
- No. of items
- Steam locomotive with tender
- Railroad company
- Catalogue Number
- Power supply
- AC - Alternating current
- Digital MFX, Sound
- In original box
- Additional information
- Prussian type P10 "Borsig Edition 1 of 5"