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Märklin 88194 Electric Locomotive.
Gauge Z,  MAR88194, sold out at producer, Limited Edition   in stock Remainder in stock, but product already sold out at producer  - sold out at producer
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Electric Locomotive.
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88194 Electric Locomotive.

Group: Locomotives
Subgroup: Electric Locomotives
Gauge: Z
Era: VI
Prototype: Rail Traction Company (RTC) class 189 fast freight locomotive. Multiple system locomotive with 4 pantographs, from the Siemens EuroSprinter family.
Model: All axles on both trucks are powered. Warm white and red LEDs are used for the headlights and marker lights. The wheel treads are dark nickel-plated. The inner 2 pantographs are wired to pick up power. Length over the buffers 87 mm / 3-7/16".

  • All axles powered.
  • Warm white LED headlights that change over with the red marker lights.
One-time production for the MHI.
The Class 189 ("Teufelszebra" / "Devils Zebra") The Railroad Transport Company (EVU) "Lokomotion  Company for Railroad Motive Power, Inc." has created an unmistakable look with its "Zebra" locomotives in order to set themselves clearly apart from the competition in terms of appearance. Initially, the Lokomotion locomotives had a paint scheme of only white with blue zebra stripes. To the delight of many railroad fans came then units with red, red-blue, green, gray, and white reflective zebra stripes. The locomotives in the red "zebra look" quickly acquired the nickname "Teufels-Zebra" / "Devils Zebra". As the first private railroad service firm, Lokomotion made use of the opportunities offered by the liberalization in Alpine transit in October of 2001 and has since developed into one of the leading railroad service firms in freight service across the Alpine area on the Brenner and Tauern axis. Focal point here are the combined service as well as carload service partially in cooperation with experienced reliable partners domestically and abroad. In Italy, this is the South Tyrol Rail Traction Company, Inc. (RTC), which has also had several of its locomotives painted in the Zebra design. A continuous production chain can thus be offered from Germany to Italy, because since 2005 a large part of the Lokomotion trains run with just a crew change at the current system border between Austria and Italy, which minimizes border stops and facilitates operations. Lokomotion uses its own and leased electric locomotives from the classes 139, 185, 186, and 189. Among the red "Devils Zebras" are also four class 189 four-system units (Siemens nomenclature "ES 64 F4"), which run chiefly between Munich and Italy. They can be use as "new" Europa locomotives under both 15 and 25 kilovolt AC voltage and under 1.5 and 3 kilovolt DC voltage. The class 189 units are based on the DB class 152, but the former has considerable differences from its predecessor in the mechanical and especially in the electrical areas. Externally, there are two striking differences in the ribbed side walls and the headlights consisting of LEDs.
The car set to go with this locomotive can be found under item number 82288.


In addition to the statutory warranty/liability for defects from the purchase contract, Märklin [Gebr. Märklin & Cie. GmbH, Stuttgarter Strasse 55-57, D-73033 Göppingen] gives a guarantee promise of 5 years from the date of purchase with worldwide validity for this MHI article. The corresponding warranty conditions can be found under "Explanation of the Märklin MHI manufacturer's warranty".
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