AC/Analogue - In near mint condition - With original packaging and booklet.
|Power supply:||AC - Alternating current|
|Rolling stock:||Elektric locomotive|
Märklin H0 - 3127 - Electric train RBe 2/4 series ‘blue arrow’ of the OeBB
Company Number: RBe 2/4 202
Locomotive is of all-metal construction.
All functions tested.
In near mint condition
Please see the photos for a good impression.
Presentation rail is not included
The model 3127 is a motor car from the series RBe 2/4 of the Oensingen Balsthal Bahn (OeBB) in blue colour scheme from Era III. The model is analogous and has a DC motor and relay for switching direction. The model has 3-point front signal lighting that alternates with the direction of travel. The lighting consists of light bulbs.
The train set is 25.7 cm long and is not provided with a NEM shaft or couplings.
The train sets of the construction series CLe 2/4, better known as "Roter Pfeil", were electric motor cars of the Schweizerische Bundes Bahnen (SBB) which served from 1935 at the SBB. A total of 7 units were built. The trains were often converted and reclassified as series from 1944 Rbe 2/4, RCe 2/4 RAe 2/4. One of the trains was sold in 1974 to the Swiss Oensingen-Balsthal-Bahn AG (OeBB). This was the CLe 2/4 207 which was classified as Rbe 2/4 at the OeBB with company number 202 and was painted in blue, earning it the nickname "Blauer Pfeil".
|Member since:||August 23, 2013|
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