2-piece set 5045, Ep. IV - Model in Valousek design -Three-light headlights - 3-window front with low roof and half-windows - Model with light change - Control car with 6-pin interface - Equipped with sound ex works
Express train steam locomotive with coal firing class 01.10 of the Deutsche Bundesbahn.
¦ For the first time with Next18 sound decoder and LED headlights ¦ Use in front of express and express trains ¦ Digitally switchable light and sound functions
In 1939, the Deutsche Reichsbahn ordered a total of 55 locomotives of the 01.10 series in order to haul fast passenger trains in the tight network of D trains. The advantage of the express steam locomotives was the top speed of 140 km / h. Even on inclines, the locomotives on passenger trains kept a constant speed of around 100 km / h.
2nd class cogwheel train passenger car of the Alpspitz-Bahn.
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Cogwheel railways radiate a very special fascination with their unique combination of mountains and bold routes, with numerous bridges and tunnels. The movement of the train is caused by the engagement of a toothed wheel in a rack in the middle of the track, as the usual friction between wheel and rail is no longer sufficient for the steep gradients. In rack railways of the so-called mixed system, in which friction sections alternate with rack sections, depending on the gradient, the tensile force is exerted by one and the same machine. In the Alps you will find a particularly large number of private cog railways, which are very popular with tourists from all over the world.
This Fendt team has a timeless character, even though it was mainly active on the farms in the nineties. For the N gauge, WIKING has miniaturized it 160 times so that agriculture is prototypically equipped.
Ready-made model made of plastic, with window insert. The front wheels can be steered in order to represent different driving situations.
In 1956 MAN presented a new generation of hooded trucks. They were designed as short-nosed vehicles, ie the engine was no longer completely in front of the driver's cab, but was pushed a little way into it. As a result, the vehicles could be built a little shorter than before. The design was formally based on car construction: pontoon shape instead of the previous free-standing fenders and headlights. The motorization took place with diesel engines from our own production, the permissible total weights were between 4.3 and 30 tons. The vehicles were available in numerous versions: (flatbed truck, tractor unit, tipper vehicle, etc.) Variants with all-wheel drive were also available. (Source: Wikipedia)