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Württembergische T5 M4

steam locomotive, type 2-6-2; aka DRG BR75

BR V80 XL

The German federal state railway (DB) purchased ten samples of the class V80 diesel locomotive with hydraulic drivetrain in 1952. The four axle diesel for light branch and main line service were equipped with one diesel motor of Mercedes Benz, MAN or Maybach that delivered between 800 and 1000 HP. The motors had been interchangeable also between rail diesel cars VT 08, VT 11.5 and the famous V200 class. In the 1960s the V80 got a MTU MB 12 V 493 TZ diesel that had been used also in V100 class. more…

V 200.1 XL

Diesellok V200.1 der Deutschen Bundesbahn DB.

Diese Projektdatei ist speziell abgestimmt für die Verwendung im Spur 0 Modell der Firma Modellbahnwerkstatt (MBW)

MBW V 200.0 XL

Diesellok V200.0 der Deutschen Bundesbahn DB.

Diese Projektdatei ist speziell abgestimmt für die Verwendung im Spur 0 Modell der Firma Modellbahnwerkstatt (MBW)

V 200.1 XL

Diesellok V200.1 der Deutschen Bundesbahn DB.

Diese Projektdatei ist speziell abgestimmt für die Verwendung im Spur 0 Modell der Firma Modellbahnwerkstatt (MBW)

V 100 XL

The diesel locomotive V100 of the Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB) had been developed in the late 1950s to replace the Prussian steam locos BR 38.10-40, BR 55 and 78. The locos had 12 cylinder four stroke motors with 1100 HP of MAN, Mercedes-Benz or Maybach. A pair of those motors also worked in the famous V200. The DB found out that the motors were not strong enough for some service so the DB ordered a stronger version of the V100.10 (later numbered as BR 211) named V100.20 (later BR 212). The 212 had more…

RhB ABe 4/4 II XL

Since nearly 50 years Swiss narrow gauged Rhaetian Railway (RhB) uses their four axle electric railcars ABe 4/4 II. Four traction motors deliver 940 HP and enables the railcars to reach a maximum speed of 65 km/h. Four of the nine cars are still in use, two of them can be seen daily with nearly any kind of train.

BR 38 / P8 N

The Prussian P8 locos probably is the best known German steam loco ever. At nearly any German territory P8 (later BR 38.10-40) locos had been used often for more than 50 years. The dependable two cylinder locos delivered 1180 HP and reached a maximum speed of 100 km/h. After WW II 1200 locos stayed at DB, another 700 at DR. P8 also had been used in Belgium, France, Greece, Italy, Austria, Poland, Rumania, Czechoslovakia and Turkeye.

BR 99.61 N

Steam locomotive Baureihe 99.61

Nohab N

In the early 1950s swedish NoHAB Corporation had built EMD locos as licence product s for European market. The locos called NoHABs had been used for passenger and freight service in Belgium, Denmark, Hungary, Luxemburg and Norway. After exmatriculation at the state railways, many of the locos had been sold to private owners and came e.g. to Germany. The locos are driven by a 16 cyl. 2 stroke diesel engine and reach a maximum speed of 135 km/h.
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