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Special LGB models for the anniversary ... … 90 years of the Glacier Express
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Congratulations 65 years "99 236" Brockenlok
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150 Years Golden Spike The North American Models for 2019
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LGB for beginners

Are you about to start your model train hobby or you're planning a "comeback"? With LGB model trains and your own ideas you will create captivating experiences across generations.

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LGB for pros

Model trains are not just a hobby for you, it's your passion? Here you can find at a glance important information for seasoned pros.

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The overwhelming majority of the LGB models is produced in G Scale and is thereby 22.5 times smaller than the real life prototype. This number at first glance seems rather contrived, but it offers a critical advantage. Models of narrow gauge railways in this scale can be realized in a size that allows even small details to be reproduced in such a size that they have the necessary sturdiness even for real garden railway operations.

» Narrow Gauge

In addition to the broad assortment of narrow gauge models, fans of current railroad operations have always asked for standard gauge models. LGB has issued a small assortment of locomotives and cars from the legendary V 200 to modern powered rail cars. This allows you to model modern railroad operations for different railroads. In a respectable size, of course, as always with LGB.

» Standard Gauge
  • G Gauge Narrow Gauge

    The overwhelming majority of the LGB models is produced in G Scale and is thereby 22.5 times smaller than the real life prototype. This number at first glance seems rather contrived, but it offers a critical advantage. Models of narrow gauge railways in this scale can be realized in a size that allows even small details to be reproduced in such a size that they have the necessary sturdiness even for real garden railway operations.

    Narrow Gauge
  • G Gauge Standard Gauge

    In addition to the broad assortment of narrow gauge models, fans of current railroad operations have always asked for standard gauge models. LGB has issued a small assortment of locomotives and cars from the legendary V 200 to modern powered rail cars. This allows you to model modern railroad operations for different railroads. In a respectable size, of course, as always with LGB.

    Standard Gauge
RhB Class ABe 8/12 "Allegra" Powered Rail Car Train
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LGB Club

LGB Club


Become a club member and benefit from exclusive advantages.

  • 4 Issues of the LGB Depesche per year
  • Exclusive Club Models
  • Lower shipping cost

Märklin TV

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Märklin TV - Episode 102

In episode 102, we present some of the eagerly awaited new products 2020 from Märklin, TRIX and LGB. Let yourself be inspired by unique models, great innovations and exciting background knowledge from our product managers.

 

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