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Fournereau 0 Gauge

(France)

Fournereau were the successors to the French maker Marescot, who made a 4-4-0 and a Pacific (4-6-2), and were taken over by Fournereau around 1928. Fournereau continued production until the 1950s, the last known catalogue being 1955.


Fournereau catalogue, 1949

Fournereau catalogue, 1949

Fournereau SNCF model locomotive BB8102, bronze casting, working pantographs and lights

Fournereau SNCF model locomotive BB8102, bronze casting, working pantographs and lights

Fournereau SNCF model locomotive BB8102, bronze casting, working pantographs and lights

Fournereau SNCF model locomotive BB8102, bronze casting, working pantographs and lights

Fournereau SNCF model locomotive BB8102, bronze casting, working pantographs and lights

Fournereau pacific (4-6-2) tender locomotive in ETAT livery

Fournereau pacific (4-6-2) tender locomotive in ETAT livery

Fournereau pacific (4-6-2) tender locomotive in ETAT livery

Fournereau pacific (4-6-2) tender locomotive in ETAT livery

Fournereau pacific (4-6-2) tender locomotive in ETAT livery

Fournereau pacific (4-6-2) tender locomotive in ETAT livery

Fournereau 8 wheeled passenger coach, 3rd class, in ETAT livery

Fournereau 8 wheeled passenger coach, 3rd class, in ETAT livery

Fournereau 8 wheeled passenger coach, 3rd class, in ETAT livery

Fournereau 8 wheeled passenger coach, 3rd class, in ETAT livery

Fournereau signal, 21cm tall

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