Old version of the Reichsbahn BR 01, with bluish green colouring and cowcatcher.
At least one locomotive of this version was produced for the special request of an American customer in the 1930s and delivered by Maerklin to the United States.
2’C2’ locomotive with six-axle tender, black colouring.
The locomotive imitates the famous American “Commodore Vanderbilt”
2’C1’ electric locomotive of the old version (“Stangen HS” – with coupling rods, of the late 1920s and early 30s), in the style of a Swiss train.
Brown colouring with black roof.
2’D1’ locomotive with tender in the style of a French train with grey colouring, black wheels and Heusinger-steering.
1’B1’ electric locomotive similar to the RS 66/13020. The locomotive has a coupling rod and a side covering of the chassis. The version has brown colouring and a black roof. The locomotive has several weights to make it heavier and therefore is especially capable of pulling long trains. This locomotive was never built by Maerklin. It is a special model designed in our workshop.