Ballast bed tracks for an oval track with radius R1 (4 x 9100, 8 x 9120), electrical connection material.
System size: 85 cm x 40 cm.
z21 is a modular system: - Start with z21 start center and Z21 multiMAUS. - Upgrade with WLAN router and activation code, item no. 10814, so use of smartphone, tablet PC, Z21 WLANMAUS and computer (software-supported model railway control) is possible. - If you have your own WiFi router and are familiar with WiFi networks, then the activation code 10818 is sufficient for the above-mentioned upgrade.
Swivel roof car, class Tadgs 959, of the German Federal Railway.
- For moisture-sensitive bulk goods - Suitable for block trains
Swivel roof wagons are used to transport moisture-sensitive bulk goods such as cement, gypsum, lime, potash salt and grain. Loading can be done using pouring devices or conveyors, and unloading can be done using gravity.
Electric locomotive “Nicole” (ex NS 1824) of Strukton Rail.
- Filigree design of the pantographs - Variant with air conditioning - Finely detailed model with separately attached plug-in parts - Switchable head/tail light with DIP switch
In May 2019, Strukton acquired its first electric locomotive. A locomotive from the former 1600/1800 series of the Dutch Railways (NS). The company number at the time was 1824. After a thorough overhaul and repainting, it was renamed “Nicole? baptized. It is currently regularly used to transport machinery and infrastructure materials to support work on the Dutch tracks. Strukton's goal is to equip the electric locomotives with batteries so that they can drive independently on routes without overhead lines. Work planning for the renovation is currently underway.
4-part diesel multiple unit series 601 "Alpen-See-Express" of the Deutsche Bundesbahn.
¦ As it was in the 1980s ¦ Originally painted and lettered ¦ Factory-fitted with interior lighting
With the introduction of the DB series scheme on January 1, 1968, the power cars of the VT 11.5 were renumbered to the class 601, the intermediate cars to the class 901. In 1971, the Deutsche Bundesbahn set up the intercity system as a city express system with 1st class vehicles in two Hourly intervals. On average, six units were used daily. After a renovation, it was used in special tourist transport ("Alpen-See-Express") from 1980. Starting from Hamburg and Dortmund, the tourist trains ran to popular holiday regions in southern Germany and Austria.
additional prototype information: a) powered end car:
Built in 1957 by Maschinenfabrik-Augsburg-Nürnberg AG, factory no. 143495 Acceptance: 11/11/1957 as VT 11 5016 First depot: Frankfurt Griesheim further depots: Hamburg-Altona, Dortmund, Frankfurt 1 and Hamm 01/01/1968: New number 601 016-9 May 17, 1982: Conversion as part of a B2.0 Retired: May 1st, 1988 at the Hamm (Westf) depot
b) non-motorized power car: Built in 1957 by Maschinenfabrik-Augsburg-Nürnberg AG, factory no. 143483 Acceptance: 11/11/1957 as VT 11 5004 First depot: Dortmund Bbf further depots: Hamburg-Altona, Frankfurt-Griesheim and Hamm 01/01/1968: New number 601 004-5 January 18, 1982: Conversion as part of a B2.0 Retired: May 1st, 1988 at the Hamm (Westf) depot
Prototype: Swiss Federal Railways (SBB/CFF/FFS) EW III WR express train dining car. Train route of the EC Riviera dei FioriUse: International long-distance trains in the early 2000s. Model: Kinematics for close coupling. Prepared for the subsequent installation of interior lighting. Length over buffers 154 mm. The matching interior lighting: 66616 LED interior lighting.
An entire EuroCity can be put together from cars 18440, 18441, 18442 and 18443.