Märklin H0 - 37914 - Express train locomotive Series BR 03.10 with streamlined cladding. This version was deployed with special trains of the United States Transportation Corps (USTC) in Germany. This version was derived from locomotives of the Atlantic Coast Line (USA).
Company Number: 03 1060.
Locomotive made out of metal.
Has a large spotlight with digital control.
With a digital decoder and controlled high-efficiency propulsion. Powered on 3 axles. 2 Traction tyres. Front-signal lighting operates in conventional mode with digital control. The extra floodlight, air-hooter sound effect as well as the acceleration and braking delay with digital control via Control Unit 6021. Authentic inscriptions.
The length between the buffers is: 27.4 cm.
Immediately after World War II, American soldiers were involved in the reconstruction of Germany’s infrastructure. The United States Transportation Corps (USTC) initially had to rebuild the systems and infrastructure for the transport needs of the military leadership. A company of railway pioneers took care of the refurbishing of large steam locomotives at the Henschel factory in Kassel. These soldiers were already true railway-men at heart, in their homeland. Apparently, their superior officer shared this passion, and thus one of the "new" express train locomotives from the series 03.10 could be re-shaped in the design of the American Atlantic Coast Line. The typical large "High Beam" was built up and the violet insignia of the ACL were affixed. In doing so, the service trains of the USTC conveyed the impression of the large trains along the east coast of the USA during the occupation time.
The locomotive has been tested and is fully functional.
The photos are an integral part of the description of this lot.
Will be shipped with PostNL.
- No. of items
- Steam locomotive with tender
- Railroad company
- Catalogue Number
- Power supply
- AC - Alternating current
- Digital FX
- Near mint
- In original box
- Additional information
- BR 03.10 - "High Beam"