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Monday, July 8th 2019, 9:54pm

Author: Dieter Hagedorn

Märklin 1 58272 Rungenwagen Märklin 1 58272 Rungenwagen Rlmms 56 modification to 'Ks' wagen

Hi Ákos, looking quite nice, built myself an Rlmms 58 and Kbs 442 from Märklin cars years ago. By the way, what about the EAMS and the DR-Taigatrommel projects? Are they still alive ? I would be pleased to hear .

Wednesday, February 6th 2019, 6:03pm

Author: Dieter Hagedorn

Ungarische Elektrolokomotive MÁV V43

Good evening Ákos, very very nice, as all of your models! Would be pleased about a "Taigatrommel" of DR.

Tuesday, August 7th 2018, 11:14am

Author: Dieter Hagedorn

Marklin 5883 Offener gütterwagen Qualitat

Quoted from "Akivon" Some of you have any idea how can i fix the body deformation? Good morning Ákos, yes, I have: send it back to sender. Then try to buy one second-hand at Ebay, of an older series. I'm operating one of about 30 years of age, and it makes no problem.

Monday, January 15th 2018, 10:46am

Author: Dieter Hagedorn

DR 120 Taiga Trommel Project (Máv M62)

Good morning Ákos, How about the DR version V 200 / "Taigatrommel" Will it materialize

Sunday, January 14th 2018, 12:24pm

Author: Dieter Hagedorn

Máv güterwagen EAMS

Hello Ákos, Great cars! Is it possible to buy one? Would be pleased to hear.

Sunday, November 5th 2017, 12:54pm

Author: Dieter Hagedorn

DR 120 Taiga Trommel Project (Máv M62)

Hello, take you time, most important is the product's quality

Saturday, December 17th 2016, 2:22pm

Author: Dieter Hagedorn

DR "Taigatrommel"

Good day all, the lokomotive 120 269 of Chemnitz Hilbersdorf Museum, the one mentioned in our ongoing conversation, definitely has sideway grills in vertical direction as can clearly be observed on the pics under #44. Have much fun, and good success, in building this extraordinary model. And, of course, merry Christmas and best wishes for the New Year!

Tuesday, September 6th 2016, 12:22pm

Author: Dieter Hagedorn

Amt - Bromberg

...so ganz viele gibt es auch nicht... Noch exotischer ist der passende Kühlwagen (nur 2 Exemplare?)

Tuesday, June 7th 2016, 10:00am

Author: Dieter Hagedorn

DR 120 Taiga Trommel Project (Máv M62)

Quoted from "Akivon" ...the "ventilation grille " ... as i saw on the DR versions was painted same color as the Body... Good morning Ákos, originally the "ventilation grille" of DR was chromium plated (or polished aluminium?), pls see photo of Chemnitz Museum engine.

Saturday, May 21st 2016, 11:19am

Author: Dieter Hagedorn

DR 120 Taiga Trommel Project (Máv M62)

Hi Ákos, The model looks really great ! Would look even better when painted . But allow me one remark: the connecting clips on the "moustache" handrail seem to be quite big; is it typical for the MAV engines ? On the existing pictures of the DR-Taigatrommel I cannot detect (large) clips at all.

Sunday, February 21st 2016, 11:43am

Author: Dieter Hagedorn

DR 120 Taiga Trommel Project (Máv M62)

The mustache looks good! Will it become chromium-plated like those of the (early) DR V 200? Or, how will you effect the shiny surface?

Sunday, February 14th 2016, 10:37am

Author: Dieter Hagedorn

DR 120 Taiga Trommel Project (Máv M62)

It looks perfect, even on the narrow Märklin radius! How does the loco pass through a 1020 mm switch? In the video, the switch seems to have a larger radius?

Sunday, January 24th 2016, 2:44pm

Author: Dieter Hagedorn

DR 120 Taiga Trommel Project (Máv M62)

Hi Ákos, it Looks already VERY VERY GOOD! Please proceed in this high quality...

Monday, February 17th 2014, 6:05pm

Author: Dieter Hagedorn

Quelle für Steinkohle in versch. Körnungen

...oder man besorge sich ein "richtiges" Stück Kohle - beim Kohlenkerl oder im Museums-BW - nehme einen Hammer und/oder Ziegelstein und zerkleinere die Kohle bis zur gewünschten Körnung; die Bahn-Original-Kohle hatte selten eine homogene Körnung, sondern es fand sich so ziemlich alles zwischen halbem Flöz und Staub

Friday, June 28th 2013, 2:41pm

Author: Dieter Hagedorn

Märklin BR 18 Art.Nr. 54561 -- digital?

@ die Experten: Gab es denn zu Adolfs (Reichsbahn-) Zeiten schon die innere Speisewasseraufbereitung mittels Enthärtungsmitteln? Der (schöne) "Totenkopf" wiese darauf hin... Oder wurde sie erst nach dem Krieg eingeführt?

Wednesday, January 2nd 2013, 11:05am

Author: Dieter Hagedorn

Ganzmetall-Personenwagen und Lok-Zugkraft

Quoted from "AchimS" Die vorgeschlagene Übersetzung ist leider nicht korrekt. Hallo Achim, die Übersetzung ist sehr wohl korrekt (http://de.wiktionary.org/wiki/IMHO)! Abgesehen davon ist es nicht unerheblich, in welchem englischen Sprachraum man sich bewegt - Oxford ist mit US-Südstaaten oder Aussie kaum zu vergleichen. Aber das gehört eigentlich alles garnicht hierhin... wir sind IMHO bei der Spur 1

Tuesday, January 1st 2013, 2:19pm

Author: Dieter Hagedorn

Ganzmetall-Personenwagen und Lok-Zugkraft

In My Honest Opinion - soviel wie "meiner Meinung nach". Im Übrigen: Frohes Neues Jahr allen, vor allem Gesundheit!