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    Arrive from England.

    30159 Heavy metal Crocodile 1996 limited edition reproduction from the 1950s model for Insider Club membership.

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    Latest arrive - Marklin HO 48117 Museum wagon 2017 in Tin box.

    Only available from Marklin Museum shop in Goppingen.












    Supply in Tin box.


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    Marklin Insider 2017 - 39170 BR103.1 long version with 32 functions included driver also changes with a change of the direction and Pantographs can be controller functions.

    Body and chassis are metal and very heavy.
















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    Marklin 39226 digital Infotag 2017 E94 217.

    Only available from Marklin digital information day attend some German dealers but my favourite dealer taken one for me.












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    Stunning models Steven, always enjoy your updates!
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    Marklin Insider 2017 - 39170 BR103.1 long version with 32 functions included driver also changes with a change of the direction and Pantographs can be controller functions.

    Fabulous models Steven. Enjoy.

    Very interesting clip here on the manufacturing and design


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