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The NCTD Sprinter provides modern diesel-powered commuter service in Northern San Diego County. It connects with trains of Amtrak’s Surfliner, plus commuter services of Metrolink and the Coaster. The PIKO models feature new tooling for the larger rooftop AC units.

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S-Bahn Zug BR 141 + Silberling Bn + ABn + BDnf DB IV

MSRP 339,99 € (incl. VAT) / $377.99 USD

S-Bahn Passenger Train, 2017 Exclusive-Set; A limited special set in elegant packaging issued for the "Open Day 2017”. The BR 141 and the wagons are not available individually in these road numbers. The set commemorates a typical S-Bahn train of the DB in era IV with the BR 141 with the new design S-Bahn emblem and “Silberlingen” commuter cars. The control car has also the prototypical S-Bahn sign printed on it.

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PIKO H0 Scale | Expert Line | NEM 658 PluX22 Digital Interface
Franken-Thüringen-Express (DB AG) RAILPOOL Vectron locomotives, Era VI

Special Edition 2021: In close accordance with the model, PIKO offers a thematically appropriate train set with two driven locomotives with different operating numbers. True to the original, both Vectron machines are designed in Railpool printing. The doors of both locomotives are provided with advertising for PIKO. Also included are a double-decker passenger car of the 1st/2nd class and a car of the 2nd class. 

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Le Capitole was an express train between Paris and Toulouse in France. Introduced in 1960, it was operated by the Société Nationale des Chemins de fer français (SNCF). It was also the SNCF’s first foray into high-speed commercial service above 160 km/h (99 mph).

Le Capitole began its existence as an evening first-class-only Rapide (express train) between Paris-Gare d'Austerlitz and Toulouse-Matabiau, departing in the late afternoon in both directions. In 1967, it became the first European train to be scheduled to run at 200 km/h (120 mph). In autumn 1968, a second train carrying the same name was added, operating in the morning in both directions on the route.

Please visit Wikipedia more details and the history: Le Capitole

This set consist of RoCo 73397, 74109 and 74110

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Prototype: Train set consisting of a class S 3/6 express steam locomotive, the "High Stepper", three type CCü express train passenger cars, 3rd class, one type ABBü express train passenger car, 1st/2nd class, and one type PPü express train baggage. Train route Stuttgart - Ulm - Augsburg - Munich. Royal Bavarian State Railroad (K.Bay.Sts.B.). Locomotive road number 3629. The locomotive looks as it did around 1912. Passenger cars in a fictitious paint scheme of bottle green / ivory. Era I

Bavarian Express Train Set

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Prototype: French State Railways (SNCF) TGV Euroduplex (train à grande vitesse) high-speed train, in the version for service between Paris and Munich. 2 powered end cars (TK1 and TK2), 1 bi-level transition car (R1), 1st class, 1 bi-level transition car (R8), 2nd class. Powered rail car train road number 4709. The train looks as it does in Era VI.

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The "RailBow" - ICE 3 Powered Rail Car Train, Class 403 DBAG

This Message Matters: Tolerance for All Views!
This has caused a great response: On July 9, 2021, the DB sent an ICE 3 – the Tz 304 powered rail car train "München" with the two powered end cars, road numbers 403 022-7 and 403 504-4 – out on to the rails. The railroad wants to set an example with this for diversity and tolerance, for collective respect and trust, and for respectful contact with the diversity of all human beings. This powered rail car train is running in the rotational schedule of the ICE 3 and as the "Railbow ICE" is thereby carrying a quite special message all over Germany. 

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TRIX 22809 and 248098 tohether as a set (7 unit train)
class VT 10.5 "Senator" daytime articulated train - DCC/sound
22809 MSRP: $719.99 USD / $899.98 USD ... we sell for less
24809 MSRP: $215.99 USD / $269.98 USD ... we sell for less

Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) class VT 10.5 "Senator" daytime articulated train.

The paint scheme is white aluminum / crimson. The train looks as it did around 1955. Era III

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Prototype: German Railroad, Inc. (DB AG) ICE 4 high-speed train as the class 412/812. 1 type EW 1.2-H end car, class 812, 1st class. 1 type RW "Bordrestaurant" dining car, class 812, 1st class. 1 type TW 2.2 service car, class 412, 2nd class. 1 type MW 2-H intermediate car, class 812, 2nd class. 1 type EW 2.2-H end car, class 812, 2nd class. Powered Railcar Train 9010 as ICE 786, for the train route Munich Main Station – Würzburg Main Station – Fulda – Hamburg-Altona. The train looks as it did in 2019. Era VI

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The Northlander – a Märklin Legend
The real life prototype was built in 1957 in Europe as a first class TEE and ran starting in 1978 from Toronto in Canada up to the high North. Märklin presented a limited special model in the same year, a model subsequently reaching sensational collector prices. In 1998, five Northlander cars came back to Europe. Märklin supported this spectacular promotion and finally ranked the train in the gallery of the most striking Märklin prototypes. This new, finely detailed Insider model is updating this incredible, European-Canadian story in a perfect manner.

2024 one-time series only for Club members
The exclusive passion: the Trix Club

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Prototype: Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) EC 250 electric high-speed rail car train as the class RABe 501 "Giruno". 1 type A (Bt1) end car, 2nd class. 1 type F (B7) intermediate car, 2nd class, with handicapped entries and a pantograph. 1 type G (WR6) intermediate car, with a dining area. 1 type H (A5) intermediate car, 1st class, with handicapped entries and a pantograph. 1 type L (At2) end car, 1st class. In use as a multi-system powered rail car train between the Zürich Airport and Basle as well as across the Alps through the Gotthard Basis Tunnel to Milan. Permission planned for use in Germany and Austria. The train looks as it did in 2021. Era VI