AC - Alternating current/Digital - Near mint - In original box
|No. of items:||1|
|Type:||Electric locomotive (More lots)|
|Brand:||Märklin (More lots)|
|Power supply:||AC - Alternating current|
|Packaging:||In original box|
|Additional information:||BR E-70 small crocodile|
Märklin H0 - 3448 - Electric locomotive Series BR E-70 of the DB, small ‘Crocodile’ in blue livery.
With original packaging and booklet.
Company Number: E70 21.
In dark-blue livery.
The length between the buffers is: 14.3 cm.
All the functions have been tested.
Undamaged and no paintwork issues.
There is however a thick dry paint droplet next to 1 of the doors.
Please see the extensive photo report.
The presentation rail is not a part of this offer.
The Bavarian EG 2 was an electric locomotive of the Königlich Bayerischen Staatseisenbahnen (K.Bay.Sts.B) that was deployed for freight trains on the route between Freilassing and Berchtesgaden. It was deployed with the Deutsche Reichsbahn as the series BR E702 and followed other locomotives in the Series BR E70, such as the Prussian EC 502 - EC 505 and Prussian EC 507 and EC 508, which were then classified with the DRG as the E70 series.
Development and deployment:
The route Salzburg - Freilassing - Berchtesgaden was electrified between 1912 and 1914. In 1913 the Königlich Bayerischen Staatseisenbahnen (K. Bay. Sts. B) ordered a number of test locomotives for this route, including the Bavarian EG-2. However, the construction of the locomotive was delayed by the outbreak of the 1st World War. As a result, the two locomotives were only delivered in 1920. In 1926, these locomotives were then deployed with the Deutsche Reichsbahn (DRG) as a Series BR E702 and were assigned the Company Numbers E70 21 and E70 22. After the 2nd World War, both locomotives entered service with the Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB). The locomotives were nicknamed the "Bavarian Crocodile". The locomotive is built on two bogies with an articulated chassis and buffer beams, however, the front housing covering the drivetrains is attached to the centre housing. Powered via blind axles and the typical triangular connecting rods.
Both locomotives were deployed with the Deutsche Bundesbahn until 1950 and 1951 after which they were decommissioned. Unfortunately, all units of the Bavarian EG 2 were scrapped.
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Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Mijn 2de aankoop bij John en dit is veruit een van de betere verkopers op Catawiki. Verzonden op 3 december vanuit Nederland en reeds geleverd op 4 december in België. Sneller is onmogelijk. TOP !!!
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Loc was zeer goed verpakt. Model komt overeen met de beschrijving.
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One of the best 4 suppliers of this chapter is constantly valid and reliable.
Een van de beste 4 leveranciers van dit hoofdstuk is constant geldig en betrouwbaar
snel geleverd en objecten zoals beschreven
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.War teuer; wollte das kleine Prachtstück unbedingt haben.
Inzwischen bereue ich es nicht mehr.
Beschreibung super, Zustand 1, Verpackung sehr gut, nichts fehlte.
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