Bausatz Märklin-Werk | Gauge H0 - Article No. 72150

Building Kit for the Märklin Factory on the Stuttgarter Street.

Prototype: Factory building from 1910 based on the prototype of the firm Gebr. Märklin & Cie. GmbH in Göppingen, Germany.

Building Kit for the Märklin Factory on the Stuttgarter Street.
Building Kit for the Märklin Factory on the Stuttgarter Street.

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Article No.72150
Gauge / Design type H0 / 1:87
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  • Scale model of the Märklin plant in Göppingen, Germany.
  • Wonderful Wilhelminian architecture protected as a national monument.
  • Only a small amount of space required despite the impressive façade.
  • Can be used from Era I to Era VI.
  • Product description

    Model: This is an absolutely scale, professional industrial architectural model with all of the building parts ready for assembly as a kit. The building parts and the façade elements are made of a special architectural quality cardstock precision cut with a laser. All of the parts come in a realistic base color, but they can be weathered and painted further with no problem. The roof has a plain tile covering with self-adhesive, individual laser-cut roof tile rows. Also included is prototypical, historic "Air Advertising" that can be installed on the building or current Märklin lettering that can be installed on the façade of the building. Polycarbonate sheeting is included for window material. Dimensions of the finished model: length 116 cm / 45-5/8", width 15 cm / 5-7/8", height 29 cm / 11-3/8".

    This model can also be used as a management building, a railroad management office, a school, a factory for all sorts of products, etc. It can fit on many layouts due to its small depth of 15 cm / 5-7/8" and it can serve as an impressive, architecturally challenging backdrop on a corner of the layout or along a railroad parade route.

    One-time series for the 150th anniversary of Märklin.

  • Publications

    - New items brochure 2009 - Product programme 2009/2010


ATTENTION: not for children under 3 years