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E444 N XL L M4

E444, fast train electric-locomotive of the italian state railway (FS)

Re6/6 H0 N XL L M4

traction locomotive Re 6/6 of the swiss railways SBB

ESU BR 151 H0 N XL L M4

BR 151 For around 40 years the Class BR 151 represented the most important type for traction of fast and heavy freight trains for the State Railway of Federal Republic of Germany (DB). At the time of origin in the early 1970s the six axle loco were faster then any more more…

E 42 H0 N XL L M4

electric locomotive E42

ET89 "Rübezahl" H0 N XL L M4

In 1941, the four-axle railcars received their last new number and were now called ET 89 01 – 11. Apart from ET 89 11, which had to be decommissioned in 1943 due to an accident, all saw the end of the war and the end of electric rail transport in Silesia. Four railcars went to the PKP. The whereabouts of three others is unknown. They presumably entered the central German network when Silesia was evacuated and were taken to the USSR as part of war reparations. ET 89 01, 04 and 07 got as far as more…

ET 426 H0 N XL L M4

The regional railcars in the 426 series are used throughout the DB AG network. The 426 railcar has two units and achieves a maximum speed of 160 km/h. The two final bogies are driven, and the central Jacobs-type bogie is not driven. The total installed power is 1,175 kW. When the railcar is braked, electrical energy can be fed into the mains and the released heat can be used for heating purposes.

ET 65 H0 N XL L M4

Electric Railcar ET 65

Between 1961 and 1963, all the 23 railcars were transferred to the Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt depot and completely reworked. The most striking modification was the complete replacement of the front section and the rubber corridor connections between the carriages. Post 1968, after the modernisation, the ET 65 railcar with the road number 465 provided a reliable daily service until it was replaced by the S-Bahn suburban rail service in 1977. Initially, the modernised ET 65s more…