Santa Fe EMD F7A #312 . Gebr. Marklin & Cie. GmbH . Watercolor . 20" x 28"

... this particular illustration of Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe Railway (AT&SF), F7 #312, gliding through a wide open expanse of the American Southwest, is a painting of the Marklin LGB, G guage, A-B-A, era III, express passenger, large scaled model train set.

The General Motors (GM), Electro Motive Division (EMD) series F7, diesel electric locomotive, after which these Marklin F units are modeled, was produced from 1949 to 1954. The Santa Fe purchased 215 A Units and 246 B Units of the F7 between 1949 and 1953... with 57 of the A's and 88 B's painted in Leland A. Knickerbocker's, brilliant and legendary, red, yelow & black, over stainless steel, warbonnet livery.

This original watercolor painting is a gift... to be awarded to someone by Marklin, in a promotional drawing open to individuals that purchase the limited edition (249 examples) chrome plated, LGB G guage, F7, A-B-A units. And a signed & numbered limited edition print of the painting is available exclusively from Marklin. Details are not yet available.

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