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Fleischmann 0 Gauge

(GFN, Gebrüder Fleischmann Nürnberg)

(Nuremberg, Germany)

Fleischmann was founded by Jean Fleischmann in Nuremberg, Germany, in 1887 to produce toys including stationary steam engines and, later, toy trains.

Fleischmann absorbed another Nuremberg company, Doll and Co, in 1935, due to the political situation in Germany at that time. Doll and Co were a Jewish owned company. Prior to 1935, Doll and Co had produced their own range of toy trains in 0 gauge, and this was continued by Fleischmann. However, the Fleishmann range of tin trains best known today did not arrive until 1947, and were continued until 1959.

Fleischmann continues to this day, having introduced H0 models in 1952 and the Piccolo N scale range in 1969.

An excellent German site detailing the models manufactured by Doll, Fleischmann and Kibri. The site is in German, but Google Translate is helpful.

Delightful clockwork passenger set, with 0-4-0 tank loco and two green 4 wheeled cars.

 
Clockwork Passenger Set
 
Clockwork Passenger Set

Clockwork passenger set, with 0-4-0 tender loco and three cars.

 
Clockwork passenger set, box lid
 
Clockwork passenger set, box contents

Lovely electric set, with 0-4-0 tank loco, two passenger cars and a baggage car. The three cars should be green.

 
Electric Set E220, box lid
 
Electric Set E220, box contents

The set below must have been near the top of the clockwork range, with tender loco and three coaches

 
Clockwork Set, unknown reference, box lid
 
Clockwork Set, unknown reference, set contents
 
Clockwork Set, unknown reference, tender loco
 
Clockwork Set, unknown reference, tender loco

Superb electric set (below) with 2-6-2 tender loco and three eight wheeled coaches.

 
Electric Set E360 box lid
 
Electric Set E360 box label
 
Electric Set E360 box contents
 
Electric Set E360 box contents
 
Electric Set E360 box contents
 
Electric Set E360 box contents

Interesting two car multiple unit

 
Multiple Unit
 
Multiple Unit

Electric 0-4-0 tank loco.

 
Electric 0-4-0 tank loco
 
Electric 0-4-0 tank loco

Two more electric locos.

 
Electric 0-4-0 tank loco E320
 
Electric 0-4-0 tender loco E325
 
Electric 2-6-2 tender loco E360
 
Electric 2-6-2 tender loco E360

Fleischmann eight wheeled passenger coaches

 
Baggage Car
 
DSG Speisewagen (Dining Car)
 
Passenger Coach, 1st and 2nd class
 
Passenger Coach, 2nd and 3rd class
 
Sleeping Car

Fleischmann four wheeled passenger coaches

 
4 wheeled passenger coach, 2nd/3rd class, maroon
 
4 wheeled baggage coach, maroon
 
4 wheeled passenger coach, 2nd/3rd class, green
 
4 wheeled baggage coach, grn
 
4 wheeled passenger coach, 2nd/3rd class, cream/maroon
 
4 wheeled baggage coach, cream/maroon

Fleischmann Goods (Freight) Wagons (Cars)

 
4 wheeled covered wagon, 3 plank
 
4 wheeled open wagon, 5 plank, with brakeman's cabin (Bremserhaus).
 
Open Wagon, 3 plank, 45070 (as above, without cover)
 
Open Wagon, 5 plank, 45575
 
4 wheeled kühlwagen (fridge van) with brakeman's hut
 
4 wheeled kühlwagen (fridge van) with brakeman's hut
 
Beer Van
 
Fridge Van
 
4 wheeled Reichelbräu (beer van) with brakeman's hut
 
4 wheeled Reichelbräu (beer van) with brakeman's hut
 
Güterwagen (Covered van)
 
Güterwagen (Covered van) with brakeman's hut
 
4 wheeled van Staati fachingen
 
4 wheeled van Stückgut-Schnellverkehr
 
4 wheeled timber wagon, with brakeman's hut
 
4 wheeled timber wagon
 
Kesselwagen (Tank wagon) Aral
 
Kesselwagen (Tank wagon) Aral, with brakeman's hut
 
Kesselwagen (Tank wagon) BP
 
Kesselwagen (Tank wagon) BP, with brakeman's hut
 
Kesselwagen (Tank wagon) Esso
 
Kesselwagen (Tank wagon) Esso, with brakeman's hut
 
Kesselwagen (Tank wagon) Shell
 
Kesselwagen (Tank wagon) Shell, with brakeman's hut

Fleischmann Accessories for Spur 0

 
The first post war catalogue, 1949, 0 gauge only.
 
Viaduct
 
Bridge
 
Bridge
 
Street or station lamps
 
Street or station lamps
 
Controllers and Accessories
 
Selection of fibre based track
 
Goods/Freight depot
 
Goods/Freight depot

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