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LGB - 4135 S - 4135

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Brand/ImporterLGB (Details)
Stock Number4135 S
Original Retail Price$100.00
Prototype VehicleBoxcar, 2-Axle, Wood-Sheathed (Details)
Road Letters/Reporting MarkLGB
Road/Reporting Number4135
Paint Color(s)Green
Print Color(s)White
Release Date1999-01-01
Item CategoryRolling Stock (Freight)
Model TypeBoxcar
Model Subtype40 Foot
Model VarietySound



Body Style Information: LGB Freight Cars
General Information About Item: This a Lehmann LGB item
Manufacturer Information: Gebr. Märklin & Cie. GmbH or Märklin (stylized as ma̋rklín) (MÄRKLIN or MAERKLIN in capital letters) is a German toy company. The company was founded in 1859 and is based at Göppingen in Baden-Württemberg. Although it originally specialised in doll house accessories, today it is best known for model railways and technical toys. In some parts of Germany and in Sweden, the company's name is almost synonymous with model railways.
Manufacturer Information: Germany
Manufacturer Information: Märklin
Prototype Information:
European Pre-War boxcars were fairly primitive compared to their North American counterparts. Most obvious was their use of only 2 axles as well as their shorter length. Steel siding was also comparatively rare.


Brand/Importer Information:
LGB stands for Lehmann Gross Bahn - the "Lehmann Big Train" in German. Made by Ernst Paul Lehmann Patentwerk in Nuremberg, Germany, since 1968 and by Märklin since 2007, it is the most popular garden railway model in Europe, although there are also many models of U.S. and Canadian prototypes. LGB caused a revival of garden model railroading in the United States when it was introduced. LGB is sold in North America through Wm. K. Walthers, who took over from Ernst Paul Lehmann's subsidiary, LGB of America, when Märklin bought the LGB assets. Most of the European prototypes were manufactured in Germany, while much of the North American rolling stock was made in China. Production was later moved to Hungary.
Item created by: thundergreytundra on 2023-12-05 09:01:07. Last edited by Lethe on 2023-12-11 14:58:55

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