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Two variations of Hess manufactured locomotives for Carette. Numbered 905 on the locomotive as well as carriages. I understand that a blue passenger carriage was available as well.
Two early Hess 100 style locomotives and rolling stock. Early passenger cars were numbered with black outline, white centered numerals. Later produced version would use  black only serif-type numerals, while the last produced carriages used a very thin, sans-serif numeral. Some versions of these early 100 locomotives had pasted paper litho on the tender.
A very early Hess 100 style locomotive. Notice that there are but two sets of wheels designed rather than the later three sets, which became a standard on these 100 trains. The only two wheel exception is on the small 100 style loco without tender which you will see later on. Marked with “100” and “MH” (Matthias Hess).
A second generation manufacture of the Hess 100 style train. Now using the “JLH” initials as a logo and the solid serif numerals for coaches. Set consists of blue, red, and green passenger coaches and red bodied locomotive.
A second generation manufacture of the Hess 100 style train. Now using the “JLH” initials as a logo and the solid serif numerals for coaches. Set consists of yellow passenger cars, goods wagons, open gondola, mail car and red bodied locomotive.

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