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TOY STEAM ENGINE, 1940's

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TOY STEAM ENGINE, 1940's

A working model of a Steam Engine made in Germany by M.G.& Company as a toy.

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  • This is a lager version of a toy steam engine. These engines are built for children or to show how a steam engine works in schools. They used them before WWII. This vertical steam engine is build by the Gebrüder Märklin of Göppingen, Germany.
    .......... Tim, Brussels Belgium, 19th of November 2014

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