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Trix 22913 EST Class 13 241 A02 4-8-2 On Track pulling the CIWL Train
Trix 22913 EST Class 13 241 A02 4-8-2 On Track Front Side View
Trix 22913 EST Class 13 241 A02 4-8-2 Top of Tender Close Up
Trix 22913 EST Class 13 241 A02 4-8-2 Front Side Close Up
Trix 22913 EST Class 13 241 A02 4-8-2 Pipework Close Up
Trix 22913 EST Class 13 241 A02 4-8-2 Cab Area Close Up
Trix 22913 EST Class 13 241 A02 4-8-2 Rear Side View Close Up
Trix 22913 EST Class 13 241 A02 4-8-2 Locomotive Traction Close Up

Trix 22913 EST Class 13 241 A02 4-8-2

Trix 22913 EST Class 13 241 A02 4-8-2 Dampflok Serie 13 EST
Stock Level: 1
Part Number: Trix 22913
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£699.99
Our Price: £699.99
Description

Description:

Trix 22913 EST Class 13 241 A02 4-8-2 Express Train Steam Locomotive Series 13 EST mfx / dcc Sound Decoder, Simplon-Orient Express Ep.2.

Specifications & Details:

Manufacturer:

Trix

Article-No.:

22913

EAN:

4028106229138

Gauge:

H0

Railway Company:

EST SNCF

Era Designation:

II

Power system:

DC

Digital-Decoder:

DCC

Digital-Decoder:

mfx

Motor

5-pol. Motor

Motor Type

Hochleistungsmotor

Flywheel mass:

Yes

Friction Tyres:

2

Length over buffer:

304 mm

Navigable minimum radius:

437,5 mm

Interior Fittings:

digital control of cabin light

Coupler:

Shaft NEM 362 with KK-Kinematik at tender

Coupler:

KK backdrop between loco. and tender

Headlights:

Double headlights, alternating with travel direction

LED Top illumination

Yes

Sound:

Yes

Smoke Generator:

Yes



Prototype: French East Railroad (EST) Class 13 (241-A) heavy express train steam locomotive with a tender. Version as a locomotive for the Simplon Orient Express. Changes to the smoke deflectors specific to the type and dual headlights with one lamp above and one lamp below. Road number 241 A 002. The locomotive looks as it did around 1933.

Highlights
Anniversary of 100 Years of the Simplon Orient Express 1919-2019.
Tooling changes for the version as the French East Railroad (EST) class 13.
Very detailed realization of the model.
Cab lighting can be controlled digitally.
Equipped with a factory-installed smoke unit.
Digital decoder and extensive light and sound functions included.

Model: The locomotive has a digital decoder and extensive light and sound functions. It also has controlled high-efficiency propulsion with a flywheel, mounted in the boiler. 4 axles powered. Traction tires. The locomotive and tender are constructed mostly of metal. The model has a factory-installed 72270 smoke unit. The dual headlights on the locomotive and tender change over with the direction of travel. They and the built-in smoke unit will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. There is also cab lighting that can be controlled digitally. Maintenance-free warm white LEDs are used for lighting. There is an adjustable coupling with a guide mechanism between the locomotive and tender. The rear of the tender has a close coupler in an NEM pocket with a guide mechanism. The minimum radius for operation is 437.5 mm / 17-1/4". Brake hoses, heating lines, and imitation prototype couplers are included. Length over the buffers 30.4 cm / 12".

Two express train passenger car sets for the Simplon Orient Express are being offered under item numbers 23219 and 23220 in the Trix H0 assortment.

Prototype:

EST Class 13 (241 A) Steam Locomotive At the start of the Twenties, the French East Railroad (EST) urgently needed motive power unit to haul its heavy express trains on the line Paris – Belfort – Basle. The new locomotive was planned to haul a 700-ton train at a constant speed of 115 km/h / 72 mph on level track with a maximum speed of 120 km/h / 75 mph, which required a continuous performance of 2,720 horsepower. Even more ambitious was the requirement to pull 800 tons at 80 km/h / 50 mph on a 0.5% grade. Around 3,540 horsepower was necessary for this – an exorbitant level of performance for steam locomotives! A prototype delivered on January 17, 1926, by Fives-Lille with number 41.001 was the first time the "Mountain" 4-8-2 wheel arrangement was presented in Europe. In line with French practice, it was designed as a four-cylinder compound locomotive using de Glehn/du Bousquet principles with separately adjustable Heusinger valve gear for the high and low pressure running gear. After extensive testing, another 89 units were built between 1930 and 1934. They differed in several details from the prototype. Forty (40) units with road numbers 241 002-041 were delivered to the EST and 49 locomotives went to the ÉTAT. The prototype's road number was changed to 241 001. The class 241 A locomotives had a type of boiler new in Europe that was based on an American design with a large combustion chamber as well as Nicholson design thermal syphons. The boiler was fed water by means of an exhaust steam injector and two live steam injectors. The inner cylinders (low-pressure cylinders) worked on the offset driving wheelset and the external cylinders (high-pressure cylinders) worked on the second driving wheelset. A slide valve allowed high-pressure steam to reach the low-pressure cylinders during a start-up or when greater performance was required. While the EST used their "Mountains" pulling heavy express trains on the routing Paris – Belfort – Mulhouse – Basle to bring vacationers bent on the mountains or starved for the sun to Switzerland or to Italy, the ÉTAT ensured the connection to the ships landing at Cherbourg or Le Havre from the USA or Great Britain. Yet, the ÉTAT was not happy with their "Mountains", since the latter's' high weight and the large fixed wheelbase apparently caused a high degree of wear to the track. They, therefore, sold all 49 units to the EST. After its founding in 1938, the SNCF took over all 90 locomotives, which after different temporary numbering schemes were given the road numbers 241 A 1-41 (EST locomotives in the original sequence) and 241 A 42-90 (former ÉTAT units in an altered sequence). The SNCF used these locomotives until their retirement in the years 1960 to 1965 mainly between Paris and Strasbourg as well as Paris and Basle. Two examples remain preserved: road number 241 A 1 at the Mulhouse Railroad Museum and road number 241 A 65 in operational condition in Switzerland.

Features:

Era II
DCC decoder
Digital decoder with up to 32 digitally controlled functions. The quantity depends on the controller being used.
Dual headlights front and rear with the light changeover in one direction of travel
Metal locomotive frame and boiler
Märklin close couplers in standard pocket with guide mechanism.
For adults only
 

Digital Functions

 

DCC

SX2

SX

MFX

Headlight(s)

 

 

Smoke generator

 

 

Steam locomotive op. sounds

 

 

Locomotive whistle

 

 

Direct control

 

 

Sound of squealing brakes off

 

 

Engineer’s cab lighting

 

 

Whistle for switching maneuver

 

 

Light Function1

 

 

Letting off Steam

 

 

Sound of coal being shoveled

 

 

Tipping grate

 

 

Air Pump

 

 

Water Pump

 

 

Injectors

 

 

Rail Joints

 

 

Replenishing fuel

 

 

Replenishing fuel

 

 

Replenishing fuel

 

 

Sanding

 

 

Conductor's Whistle

 

 

Safety Valve

 

 

"Switcher Double ""A"" Light"

 

 

Switching maneuver

 

 

Sound of Couplers Engaging

 

 

Link to Trix 22913 website: Trix 22913

Links to other parts of the Train

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Trix 23220 CIWL Simplon Orient Express 3 Car Set-2