Flott togsett digitalt tog fra Märklin med digitalt "Köf" lokomotiv med lyd og to vogner. Telex koblinger som kan styres individuelt.
NB! Allerede utsolgt hos Märklin.
In the Sixties, the Danish State Railways (DSB) needed an appropriate number of small locomotives to replace completely switching operations with steam locomotives. After successful test use of a DB Köf II in 1963/64, the DSB ordered twenty of the similar Køf with road numbers 251-270 from Frichs in Aarhus. They were delivered in 1966. In principle, they were a copy of the German units with small changes such as the English Leyland motor and a somewhat more elegant version of the cab. As early as the beginning of 1967, the DSB ordered another 20 Køf units from Frichs with road numbers 271-290 and several improvements such as a completely enclosed cab with windows and doors (later added to the first series). Several of these small locomotives are still in use in in Denmark.
Prototype: Danish State Railways (DSB) Köf II small diesel locomotive as well as two type Kbs two-axle stake cars. Köf II in an orange/gray basic paint scheme with an enclosed cab. The train looks as it did at the end of the Nineties.
- World of Operation mfx+ digital decoder and extensive sound functions.
- New Telex coupler included front and rear and each coupler can be controlled separately.
Märklin lokomotiver, vogner og alt annet utstyr til modelljernbanen