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Märklin H0 - 3171 - Electric locomotive - "Woodloc" D109 of the Swedish State Railways Statens Järnvägar snowy version - SJ

Märklin H0 - 3171 - Electric "Wood Locomotive" D109 of the Swedish State Railways Statens Järnvägar (SJ), snowy version
Company number: D 109

Equipped with real wood, beautifully detailed and very beautifully snow-covered in the factory.
The model is an epoch II electric locomotive of the series D of the Swedish railway company SJ.
Released from 1986 to 1988, it is analog and has a relay for switching the direction of travel.
The locomotive represents the first series of series D (I) where the housing was still made of wood.
The model is equipped with snow plows.
The length is 15 cm and is equipped with relex couplings.

The locomotive is in new condition, occasionally driven on a test round (for maintenance) and has now been lubricated and tested again before sale.
Locomotive drives and switches excellently, in complete original packaging with locomotive booklet and still sealed bag with parts.
Loco still needs to be run in.

The series D is an electric locomotive of the Swedish State Railways Statens Järnvägar (SJ) and was built from 1925 for the SJ, Bergslagernas Järnvägar and Dalslands Jarnvag. The locomotives were produced in the period 1925-1943. The 134 D(I) locomotives delivered between 1925 and 1933 all had wooden housings. After 1933 a switch was made to locomotives with a steel body, which were designated D (II).

See the photos for an impression.
Photos are part of the description
Will be shipped registered and insured with PostNL.

No. of items 1
Type Electric locomotive
Brand Märklin
Railroad company SJ
Scale H0
Catalogue Number 3171
Power supply AC - Alternating current
Control Analogue
Condition Mint
Packaging In original box
Additional information "Woodloc" D109 of the Swedish State Railways Statens Järnvägar snowy version
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