Tillig Bahn model railroad

Tillig (TILLIG Modellbahnen GmbH & Co. KG) is a German model railroad manufacturing company based in Sebnitz, Saxony. Tillig is the largest manufacturer of TT scale model railroad products in the world. Previously known as Zeuke (founded in 1949 by Werner Zeuke together with Helmut Wegwerth) and then as VEB Berliner TT-Bahnen (after the company was nationalized in 1972), the company was renamed Tillig in 1993 when, in bankruptcy, the company was purchased by Jurgen Tillig.

Tillig produce models in TT, H0 and HOe (HOn30), as well as a range of track in TT, H0 and HOm. As the world leader in TT scale manufacturing, Tillig produces both standard TT scale model railroad track and an integrated roadbed track using known as Bedding Track. Tilling's Bedding Track uses Kato's Unijoiner system.

Tillig also distributes various other manufacturers products, such as Luna H0 and H0m tram track, Sachsenmodelle, and Czech outline models of CS Train.

Official website: www.tillig.com

Updated: 6 Oct. 2019

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Tillig value and price guide

What's your Tillig worth? Here are some recently sold items.

Picture Title Date Price
tillig ho hoe hom 2010 2021 catalogue Tillig Ho Hoe Hom 2010 2021 Catalogue... 04/2021 AU $18.25
tillig track catalogue Tillig Track Catalogue... 04/2021 AU $14.60
elite dual gauge flexi track h0 h0e 00 009 tillig Elite Dual Gauge Flexi Track H0 H0e 00 009 Tillig... 03/2021 AU $107.44
tillig ho bi level wagon Tillig Ho Bi Level Wagon... 03/2021 AU $19.50
tillig bahn 83104 tt straight track g5 36 5mm use Tillig Bahn 83104 Tt Straight Track G5 36 5mm Use... 02/2021 AU $10.40
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1 comment
Craig - January 29, 2011
What is Tilligs phone number in Germany? I desperatly need to get call them to enquire about a couple of engines I have.
Here you go: contact Tillig.