Serie Eb 3/5, SBB | Gauge H0 - Article No. 37195

Class Eb 3/5 Tank Locomotive

Prototype: Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) class Eb 3/5 "Habersack" steam tank locomotive. Road number 5807. The locomotive looks as it did at the end of the Fifties.

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Class Eb 3/5 Tank Locomotive
Class Eb 3/5 Tank Locomotive

Most Important Facts

Article No.37195
Gauge / Design type H0 / 1:87
EraIII
KindSteam Locomotives
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Highlights

  • Locomotive constructed of metal.
  • mfx+ World of Operation digital decoder and a wide variety of operation and sound functions included.
  • For still more operating enjoyment in the Märklin "World of Operation".
  • Product description

    Model: The locomotive has an mfx+ digital decoder and extensive sound functions. It also has controlled high-efficiency propulsion. 3 axles powered. Traction tires. The triple headlights change over with the direction of travel, will work in conventional operation, and can be controlled digitally. The locomotive has separately applied rail clearance devices. It also has separately applied metal grab irons and pipes. Piston rod protection sleeves and brake hoses are included.
    Length over the buffers 14.6 cm / 5-3/4".

    One-time series.

  • Publications

    - Summer New Items 2016 - Product programme 2016/2017
  • Prototype information

    The "Habersack" / "Haversack" - Only a few Swiss locomotives achieved such a high degree of popularity that they were given a name. The Eb 3/5 tank locomotive was designed intentionally with a particular shape and got its nickname "Habersack" from the field pack long familiar to Swiss men, when they did their military service. From 1911 to 1916, SLM built a total of 34 of this locomotive with a power output of almost 1,000 horsepower / 735 kilowatts. It was initially intended for passenger service and could run at 75 km/h / 47 mph in both directions. After being equipped with an additional braking system, these locomotives were also quite suitable with their 74 metric ton service weight for freight service. Starting in 1930, they were assigned mostly to this latter service. Regular use of this attractively shaped veteran of the Swiss steam locomotive era decreased as the Swiss rail network was completely electrified. Between 1950 and 1965, these locomotives were gradually put into storage or sold.

  • Digital Functions

    Control UnitMobile StationMobile Station 2Central Station 1/2Central Station 3/2*
    Mobile Station 2**
    Headlight(s)
    Steam locomotive op. sounds
    Locomotive whistle
    Direct control
    Sound of squealing brakes off
    Air Pump
    Whistle for switching maneuver
    Letting off Steam
    Sound of coal being shoveled
    Grate Shaken
    Water Pump
    Injectors
    Rail Joints

    * New features of the Central Station 2 (Part No. 60213, 60214 or 60215) with the software update 4.2

    ** New features of the Mobile Station 2 (Part No. 60657/66955) with the Software Update 3.55

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