Z-scale is one of the smallest commercially available model railway scales (1:220), with a track gauge of 6.5 mm / 0.256 in. Introduced by Märklin in 1972,

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164 page edition in German for the anniversary 50 Years of Mini-Club / Z Gauge, etc. with the following topics: How the models are conceived; special editions; history of the club models; layouts and their makers including layout construction, getting started, Z track plans, accessory trends; club portraits, and much more. A4 format.

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American Christmas Starter Set Märklin

Article No. 441-81846 Christmas Train Set  - Z Scale

Included are 3 each decorated Christmas trees and kits for "Christmas Stands", "Santa Claus", and "Skating Rink", which can be assembled to make a small winter Christmas market. The stands can also be transported on the high-side gondola. 

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Märklin - Article No. 441-81874 Starter Set  - Z Scale
"Museum Passenger Train" Starter Set with a Class 24 Steam Locomotive.

Prototype: BR 24 museum steam locomotive, road number 24 009. 1 type Pwi baggage car, 1 corridor car, 1st/2nd class, and 1 type WRi refreshment car. The locomotive and cars look as they currently do in real life. Era III / Era VI (museum)

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Prototype: 2 German Federal Railroad (DB) pairs of passenger cars consisting of 3-axle rebuild cars and 1 commuter cab control car. 1 pair of rebuild cars type AB3yge, 1st/2nd class and type B3yge, 2nd class, 1 pair of rebuild cars type B3yge, 2nd class, and 1 type BD4nf-59 "Silberling" / "Silver Coins" cab control car. The cars look as they did in Era III around 1965.

Exclusive edition for the Märklin Dealer Initiative (MHI)

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Prototype: Car set of so-called "Pop Cars". German Federal Railroad (DB), type Bcüm 243 express train slumber coach, bluish lilac / gray, type Büm 234 express train compartment car, 2nd class, blue/gray, and type Bcüm 243 express train slumber coach, reddish violet / gray.

Exclusive edition for the Märklin Dealer Initiative (MHI) for the 50th ­anniversary of Mini-Club.

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A technical treat for all Z Gauge fans
The switching and freight locomotive, road number V 188 001, comes doubled: as a double diesel locomotive, permanently coupled together by a coupling drawbar. Finely constructed in metal, a high performance motor working in each locomotive half. A powerhouse exclusively for Club members

Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) double diesel locomotive, road number V 188 001 a/b in a crimson paint scheme of Era IIIb. Converted version with Maybach motors without roof extensions. 4 sand boxes included per side and locomotive half. Exhaust for Webasto equipment in a mushroom shape. Based at Gemünden/Main.

The 88150 diesel locomotive is being produced in a one-time series exclusively for Insider Club members.
Your membership number is required to order.

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Three-Phase Current Pioneer
The three-phase current asynchronous motor was first used worldwide on electric standard gauge locomotives on the five class 120.0 preproduction locomotives delivered in 1979/80. This type of motor can be controlled infinitely variably. The regular production locomotives, road numbers 120 101-160, emerged from AEG, BBC, Siemens, Krauss-Maffei, Krupp, and Henschel between 1987 and 1989 with numerous improvements. They were used immediately pulling high-quality passenger trains (IC, IR), but they could also be seen pulling fast freight trains on the new construction routes. ...../continued below

Prototype: German Railroad, Inc. (DB AG) class 120 fast general-purpose locomotive. The locomotive looks as it did in Era V