2 Electric locomotives of different designs. 1 electric locomotive Since the Swedish State Railways (SJ) with number 903. 1 freight locomotive Ce 6/8 III "crocodile" of the Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) with number 14305th Both locomotives in a spruce green paint scheme.
Reissue of two Marklin classics from the 1950s.
Swedish Da: Based on the Märklin Article 3019. mfx digital decoder. Controlled drive. 3 axles powered. Traction tires. Ride The triple headlights will work in conventional operation, digitally. Lokomotiv housing and metal chassis. Illustrious Märklin lettering and item number on loco. At both Lokseiten Relex clutch. Length over the buffers 14.7 cm.
Swiss Crocodile: Based on the Märklin Article 3015. mfx digital decoder. Controlled drive. Large central engine. 6 axes and 2 blind shafts driven. Traction tires. The curved pivot suspension. Heavy metal construction with 3 part metal housing and swing-Stems. Ride The triple headlights will work in conventional operation, digitally. Exalted company number and item number at Lok midsection. At both Lokseiten Relex clutch. Length over the buffers 26.6 cm.
Both locomotives individually packed with of coloured representation of the respective engine, based on the historical packaging based models. Additional packaging in matching style.
- Swedish Da meets Swiss crocodile on the occasion of the first electrified railway 100 years ago the Swedish State Railways (SJ) in 1915.
- Heavy metal construction.
- Both locomotives have mfx decoder.
- Limited to 3,000 packs.
- Numbered Certificate of Authenticity.
- Metal frame and locomotive body.
- MFX Decoder
- Power supply can be switched to operate from catenary.
- Triple headlights that change over with the direction of the travel.