The well-known, unpainted kit, now for you as a finished product.
Extraction system for locomotive sheds suitable for our roundhouse item no. MU_N-B00035 + 36 and other locomotive sheds. 3 suction systems for installation in roundhouses are supplied. The chimneys are available separately under item number MU_N-A50004 .
The hoods are made of resin using the 3D printing process
Steam locomotive 64 518 of the Deutsche Bundesbahn Era III.
- Replica of the version with riveted water tanks - Fine leading and trailing wheels - Die-cast metal chassis
The tank locomotives of the series 64 were developed by the Deutsche Reichsbahn-Gesellschaft from 1926 onwards. After the Second World War, 278 machines remained with the DB. Here they were mainly used in passenger and freight train service on branch lines.
The 64 518 was sold to Eurovapor after it was taken out of service in 1972. In 1980, the Emmental section in Huttwil carried out the processing. After that, she was used for steam trains in Switzerland until 2014.
Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) standard design electric locomotive, road number 141 222-0. Chrome oxide green basic paint scheme. Version with double lamps and double-nozzle ventilation grille with edge. The locomotive looks as it did around 1987. Use: Local and long-distance passenger trains. Model: Housing and support made of die-cast zinc. Built-in digital decoder and sound generator for operation with DCC. Engine with flywheel, 4 axles powered, traction tires. The headlights and taillights change over with the direction of travel, with warm white LEDs, driver's cab lighting, and can be controlled digitally. Attached handrails. The headlights change over with the direction of travel and will work analogously. Length over the buffers 98 mm.
Additional prototype information: Built in 1962 by Henschel & Sohn, Kassel Fab. no. 30425 electr. Part of BBC, Mannheim Acceptance August 16, 1962 as road number E 41 222 First depot: Offenburg further depots: Mannheim and Saarbrücken 06/07/1963: new color bottle green January 1, 1968: new number 141 222-0 03/12/1998: new color traffic red Retired: 01/15/2002 at depot Saarbrücken The model looks as it did in the late 1980s
Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) class E 41 standard design electric locomotive. Steel blue base color scheme. Version with 3 single lamps, Schweiger ventilation grille with horizontal slats, engine room window and all-round rain gutter. Road number E 41 001. The locomotive looks as it did in 1956. Use: Light local and long-distance freight and passenger trains. Model: Housing and support made of die-cast zinc. Built-in DCC digital decoder and sound generator. Motor with flywheel, 4 axles powered, traction tires. The headlights and taillights change over with the direction of travel, with warm white LEDs, the cab lighting can be controlled digitally. NEM coupling shaft. Attached handlebars. Length over buffers 98 mm.
Additional prototype information: Built in 1956 by Henschel & Sohn, Kassel, serial no. 29073 electr. Part of BBC Mannheim Approval June 27, 1956 as road number E 41 001 First depot: Nuremberg main station Other depots: Munich Hbf, Nuremberg 1, Frankfurt (M) 1 12/09/1965: New color bottle green January 1, 1968: New number 141 001-8 Retired 09/23/2001 at Bw Frankfurt 1 followed by a museum locomotive in Koblenz-Lützel Model in the condition of the early 1960s
Prototype: German Federal Railroad class V 80 with a diesel-hydraulic drive and drive shaft power transmission, wheel arrangement B'B'. The locomotive looks as it did around 1954. Use: light passenger and freight trains.
Highlight: digital sound with many functions.
Model: The locomotive has a built-in digital decoder and sound generator for operation with mfx and DCC. 4 axles powered, traction tires. Headlights and taillights that change with the direction of travel, warm white LEDs, driver's cab lighting, can be controlled digitally. Kinematics for close coupling. The headlights change over with the direction of travel and will work in analogue mode. Length over buffers 80 mm.
Prototype: 1 WLABmee express train sleeping car and 1 Bcm couchette car painted and lettered for the C#ile Ferate Române (CFR). Use: High-quality long-distance service, here in the EC Venezia around 2009. Model: The car has a close coupler mechanism. Prepared for the subsequent installation of interior lighting. Total length over the buffers 330 mm.
The matching interior lighting: 66616 LED interior lighting.
The car set can be extended with the car sets 18252, 18253 and 18255 in an exemplary manner.
Prototype: Three German Railroad, Inc. (DB AG) commuter cars. 1 carriage 1st/2nd Class ABnrz 418.4, 1 car 2nd class Bnrz 436 and 1 bicycle car Dduu 498.1. Use: bicycle and regional express trains.
Model: All of the cars have a close coupler mechanism. Prepared for the subsequent installation of interior lighting. Total length over the buffers 495 mm. The matching interior lighting: 66616 LED interior lighting.
The 26.4 m local traffic cars with stainless steel car bodies, which were formerly known as "Silberlings" in the vernacular, are hidden behind the traffic red paintwork of the Deutsche Bahn. At the beginning of the 1990s, these n-cars were modernized (in New German: subjected to a redesign) because they had reached around half their useful life and there was no money available for new vehicles. As part of an extended general inspection, these vehicles should be made more attractive for passengers. The design features were: better seats, luggage racks and waste bins, closed toilet systems, new materials and colors and, if required, a multi-purpose room with folding seats and space for prams, wheelchairs, bicycles, etc. A wide variety of design variants were tried out, which was particularly the case with the Interior design led to a significant increase in the variety of types. In line with the "corporate identity" of the time, the cars were given a mint-turquoise-pastel-turquoise-light-grey coat of paint, which initially earned them the nickname "Greenlings". From 1996 there was once again a new color concept. The modernized "silverlings" were now painted traffic red with light gray doors and decorative stripes. Later, older modernizations were gradually adapted to the new color concept and thus also mutated into "Rotlingen". Due to regionalization and the associated procurement of a large number of new railcars, the n-cars of the DB AG are now largely history and can only be found with special or booster services. One of these special services are still the so-called bike express trains, especially in Baden-Württemberg, because the combination of train and bike has been enjoying increasing popularity for years, especially in day tourism. A special feature of all Radexpress trains is the use of vehicles with extra large bicycle capacity, such as converted luggage trolleys as bicycle transport trolleys with space for around 100 bicycles. In this way, the most beautiful areas of Baden-Württemberg can be experienced in an environmentally friendly way, with the big advantage: In contrast to arriving by car, you do not have to return to the starting point after the bike tour, but can be driven home from any other train station .
Prototype: German Railroad, Inc. (DB AG) commuter car (Bnrz 451.4), 2nd class. Nickname Rotling. Model: The car has a close coupler mechanism. Prepared for the subsequent installation of interior lighting. Length over the buffers 165 mm.
The matching interior lighting: 66616 LED interior lighting.
Formerly a brewery, today an art center: the Wiels in Brussels. It was in 1862 that the Wielemans family founded their brewery on Rue de Terre-Neuve in the center of Brussels, which lasted until 1988. It was a small family brewery, but in 1879 it was time to move to the outskirts of Brussels, because dreams got bigger and the brewery grew. As early as 1885, the brewery began producing its first blond, fermented beers, which had to be constantly cooled. Years pass and in the difficult period of World War II the company creates a temporary beer, Wiel's, a Fluitjesbier (a very low-alcohol beer). Wiel's would become the most famous Wielemans-Ceuppens beer!
Prototype: Three-axle boxcar as a beer refrigerator car with a brakeman's cab. Private car painted and lettered for Wiel's Wielemans, used on the Belgian State Railways (SNCB). The car looks as it did in the mid-1950s. Model: The car has movable sliding doors, close coupling mechanisms, and spoked wheels. Length over the buffers 72 mm.
New for 2022: PIKO captured the E91 perfectly and transferred it to a scale of 1:160. The new development is characterized by the constructive symbiosis of excellent model implementation and excellent driving characteristics. The sharp engravings of the housing, paired with a very fine printing and garnished with extremely filigree pantographs make the locomotive a gem. Of course, the model has a light change in LED technology with red tail lights. Additional lighting functions can be switched on by retrofitting a digital decoder, for which a Next18 interface is available for easy installation.
New for 2022: PIKO captured the E91 perfectly and transferred it to a scale of 1:160. The new development is characterized by the constructive symbiosis of excellent model implementation and excellent driving characteristics. The sharp engravings of the housing, paired with a very fine printing and garnished with extremely filigree pantographs make the locomotive a gem. Of course, the model has a light change in LED technology with red tail lights. Additional lighting functions can be controlled using a digital decoder. In the sound version, the BR 191 has a PSD XP 5.1 S SoundDecoder of the latest generation ex works and has PIKO TrainSound® onboard.
Prototype information: The E10 belongs to the family of standard locomotives and was built from 1952 for the German Federal Railroad. The four-axle machines were initially used in high-quality tourist traffic in front of express and express trains. A new streamlined locomotive body was designed for the Rheingold locomotives in 1962, which was also used on the series machines from the E10 288 onwards. The crease at the front gave the locomotive its nickname crease. From then on, the locomotives were listed as the E10.3 on the Deutsche Bundesbahn. From the 1990s, the range of uses for the locomotive, known as the 110 series from 1968, shifted in the direction of local transport. Many machines were therefore equipped with shuttle train controls. With the E10.3 with a continuous fan band, Hobbytrain completes the series of the well-known and popular classic of the Deutsche Bundesbahn. Our model has a powerful motor with a flywheel, a white/red light change and filigree pantographs.
Model Features: - Power consumption over all axes - Interface NEM 651 - Light change red/white - Consideration of all design differences in detail - LÜP: 104mm
Additional model information: Built in 1962 by Krauss-Maffei, Munich Serial no.: 18925 electr. Part of Siemens-Schuckert factory, Berlin Approval November 23, 1962 as road number E 10 1266 First Bw: Heidelberg Loc was painted cobalt blue/cream April 14, 1965: TEE paint, which the locomotive kept until it was retired January 1, 1968: New number 112 266-2 January 1, 1993: New number 113 266-1 Locomotive was stationed in Frankfurt (M) 1, Dormund Bbf, Hamburg-Eidelstedt and Munich 1. Retired April 30, 2001 at Bw Munich 1. The locomotive looks as it did in the 1970s.
Remaining stock at super price while supplies last! Catalog price 2014: 129, - €
Mixing, connecting, airbrushing !! Only by the correct painting a model receives its final, faithful appearance. All you need to get started with the airbrush technique is the new Airbrush Case Basic Set. A mini-compressor and a quality metal spray gun guarantee the modeler permanent air pressure. The airbrush gun has a single-action system, which means that when the compressor is switched on, the air flows permanently out of the nozzle. The amount of color is regulated by pulling the operating lever backwards. This is convenient for the beginner, who - with this system - only has to take care of the regulation of the amount of paint, but not the regulation of the air supply. With the two included Aqua Color shades, the modeler can make his first color mixing and airbrushing experiments. All components are well stowed in a sturdy plastic case. This means that the complete equipment can be stowed compactly after the end of work. With this set, Revell offers a price-conscious introduction to the airbrush technique. Included in set: - Mini compressor spray gun, (metal finish, internal mixing, single action) - Air hose- 2 x 18 ml Aqua Color- 2 mixing jars (25 ml) - Aqua Color Clean, 25 ml- Aqua Color Mix, 25 ml- 2 pipettes - Operation manual
- Finely structured surfaces with engraved panel joints - Transparent Parts for the window rows - Detailed engine nacelles - Finely detailed rotating Front Fan - Detailed Undercarriage - A choice of Extended or Retracted Undercarriage
Detailed Decal Set for the 2nd Demonstrator Version with Servicing Markings and Stencils
country version 1 Germany length 386 mm number of parts72 wingspan 420 mm