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Art. No.: 390072

Electric locomotive E 69 05, DRB
Electric locomotive E 69 05 of the Deutsche Reichsbahn (DRB). Epoch II.

Model equipped with integrated load sensing digital decoder for AC operation. Buffer condensators and true to the original sound functions from factory.

Drive on both axles. Motor with flywheel. Coupler pocket according to NEM 362 standards and close coupling mechanism. White and red dual headlights that change over with the direction of travel.

The model is painted in green colour true to the original and has two big headlights on each side.
Perfect extension set: Item number 550504.

€ 279,00



     

Art. No.: 390074

Electric locomotive E 69 05, DB
Electric locomotive E 69 05 of the Deutsche Bundesbahn in green livery. Epoch III.

Model equipped with integrated load sensing digital decoder for AC operation.
With digital sound functions and buffer condenser for interruption-free power supply

Drive on two axles. Motor with flywheel. Coupler pocket according to NEM 362 standards and close coupling mechanism. Interface PluX-16 for digital decoder installation. Triple LED headlights that change over with the direction of travel.

The red LED tail light on the right can be switched off. Switchable interior lighting.

€ 274,00



     

Art. No.: 390075

Electric locomotive 169 005-6, DB
Electric locomotive 169 005-6 of the Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB), epoch IV.

Fine Detailing. Fine wheel flanges and separately fitted etched parts. 430075/390075: With sound functions and buffer condenser for interruption-free power supply. Red LED tail light, which can be turned off. LED headlights with alternating driving direction.

€ 279,00



     

Art. No.: 391801

Electric locomotive 119 011-5 (BR 119.1), DB
Electric locomotive 119 011-5 (BR 119.1) of the Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB). Epoch IV.

AC version in green livery.

Model with true to the original livery and lettering, in-plane applied windows, furnished driver's cab,
driver's figure in driver's cab 1, flexible roof-mounted pantographs, optional power draw from the tracks or the pantographs.
Chassis constructed from metal die cast, motor with flywheel, drive on 8 wheels, two traction tyres, triple headlights on each side of the locomotive that change over with the direction of travel.
Model with integrated and load sensing decoder. Close coupler motion link on each side of the locomotive and automatic PROFI coupler with pre-coupling for real close coupling operation and close coupler pocket according to NEM 362.

€ 299,00



     

Art. No.: 392875

Electric locomotive class 141, DB AG
Electric locomotive class 141 of the Deutsche Bahn Aktiengesellschaft. The AC model is available in orient red livery and features dual lamps and sound functions. Epoch V.

The model is driven on two axles by an in the center placed 5 pole motor with flywheel.
Whith and red LED headlights that change with the direction of travel.
Etched running boards, wipers and freestanding handrails.

The AC model is equipped with a built-in load sensing decoder and true to the original sound functions from factory.

PluX22 Interface for the adaptation of a decoder. Coupler pocket according to NEM 362 standards and close coupling mechanism.

The machines of the class E 41 (designated 141 from 1968 on) were delivered for the first time to the German Federal Railways (DB) in 1956. They were used on mainlines for the light and mixed traffic and reached a maximum speed of 120 km / h and had a continuous power output of 2.310 kW.
The E 41/141 series shows the different colour schemes of the German Federal Railways best. The series was painted in six different colour concepts: cobalt blue, chromium oxide green, ocean blue-beige, oriental red, orange-pebble gray and finally traffic red. From March 1987 a large number of the locomotives received an oriental red finish which some of them kept until their decommission in 2006. At the Hessian DB-manufacturer in Fulda you can still find a 141 161-0 in oriental red livery. There it is regularly used for emergency exercises during which professional re-railing of railway vehicles is rehearsed. All 141 locomotives featured a conventional push-pull control system through a 36 pin control cable and that’s how the push-pull trains started to operate throughout Germany for the first time.

€ 219,00



     

Art. No.: 395271

Electric locomotive BR E 52, DB.
Electric locomotive BR E 52, DB. Epoch III.

Many separate plug-in parts - Functional replica of the jackshaft - Finest spoked metal wheels - Braking shoe follows the wheel arche exactly - Plug-in switch - LED headlight that changes with the direction of travel. With sound functions.

In the first procurement plan for new vehicles of the German Reichsbahn, subdivision Bavaria, was also an electric locomotive for the heavy passenger traffic listed that was to be operated on the electrified lines in Bavaria. Numerous designs were considered and a 2‘BB2’ locomotive was chosen. The engine was placed in two sections on a continuous frame. Each section contained two motors that together powered an axle drive shaft with gears. This again drives a jackshaft with angeled crankshafts that is coupled with coupling rods to two drive shafts. Not to exeed the maximum allowed axle load the machines were each equipped with a two axel pivoted forward bogie or a pivoted bypass bogie. The locomotive chassis was built onto the frame with the two driver's cabs at the end. The body was built by Maffei and the electric equipment was supplied by WASSEG which was a joint venture of two companies, AEG and SSW.

€ 359,00



     

Art. No.: 395273

Electric locomotive class 152, DB
Electric locomotive class 152 of the Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB). Epoch III.

Model with integrated load sensing digital decoder and with true to the original sound from factory (by LeoSoundLab). For AC digital operations and neutral conductor use.

Drive on four axles. Coupler pocket according to NEM 362 standards and close coupling mechanism. Many separately applied plug-in parts. Functional replica of the jackshaft. Finest spoked wheels made of metal. Braking shoes follow the wheel arche exactly. Plug-in switch.
Snap-in ladders that can be adjusted to any required length. They ensure safe operation on many different model railway layouts and radii.
Model with separately switchable driver’s cab lighting.

In the procurement plan for new vehicles of the German Reichsbahn Gesellschaft, was also an electric locomotive for the heavy passenger traffic listed that was to be operated on the electrified mainlines in Bavaria. Numerous designs were considered and a 2‘BB2’ locomotive was chosen. It was initially planned that the 2'BB2´ would get the same motors as the goods locomotive series E 91 which was also on the list of procurement. The newly designed locomotive had four small electric motors and was not based on the former design of the locomotive with slowly running high output motors. The engine was placed in two groups on a continuous frame. Each group had two motors that together powered a layshaft via gear wheels. The layshaft again drove a jackshaft via diagonal connecting rods that were coupled to the two driven axles through coupling rods. Not to exeed the maximum allowed axle load the locomotives were each equipped with a two axel running bogie or caster bogie. The locomotive chassis was built onto the frame with the two drivers’ cabs at the rear end. The body was built by Maffei and the electric equipment was supplied by WASSEG which was a joint venture of two companies, AEG and SSW. The locomotive, which is one of the most powerful electric locomotives ever built in Germany, with a weight of 140 tons, has a power output of 2,200 kW and achieves a maximum speed of 90 km / h.
The manufacturers delivered the locomotives between the years 1924 and 1925 to the “Gruppenverwaltung Bayern” of the DRG, which still designated them as type EP 5 and then put them into operation with the numbers 21 501 - 535. From 1927 on, they were registered as the E 52 01- 35 locomotives. The vehicles were in operation only on Bavarian lines. The E 52 02, 31 and 35 locomotives were decommissioned due to the end of World War II (before 1945). The remaining locomotives were taken over by the DB and before 1950, the E 52 01, 29 und 32 were also scrapped because they suffered severe damages from the war. The 29 locomotives that were left, were designated in 1968 as the series 152. When new and powerful electric locomotives were in sufficient supply due to the procurement programme of the DB, these heavy locomotives became expendable very quickly. Already in February 1973 the last locomotive from this series, the 152 014, was decommissioned.

€ 354,00



     

Art. No.: 396073

Electric locomotive BR 160, DB
Electric locomotive 160 of the Deutsche Bundesbahn, Epoch IV.

Compared to the Epoch II and III locomotives, this locomotive features shunting transitions on both ends and additional windows on the both ends of the driver's cab.

AC model with built-in load sensing digital decoders from factory, true to the original sound functions and digital couplers.

Drive on all three axles. Motor with flywheel. PluX22 Interface. Triple LED headlights that change over with the direction of travel. Can be switched separately in digital mode.

The sensitive acceleration and gentle braking of the model allow true to the original shunting operations. Perfectly in-plane assembled and streak-free windows. Finest engravings, particularly at the lateral ventilators. Delicate rivet replicas. Interior design and illumination of the driver's cab. Functional replica of the jackshaft. Finest spoked wheels made of metal. Braking shoes follow the wheel arche exactly.

€ 339,00



     

Art. No.: 396074

Electric locomotive class E 60, DB
Electric locomotive class E 60 of the Deutsche Bundesbah. Epoch III.

Compared to the Epoch II and III locomotives, this locomotive features shunting transitions on the ends of the locomotive and additional windows on each side of the driver's cab.

AC version. Model with built-in load sensing digital decoder and true to the original sound functions andfitted with digital hoop couplings.

Drive on all three axles. Motor with flywheel. PluX22 interface. Triple LED headlight that changes with the direction of travel. Can be switched separately in a digital way.

The sensitive acceleration and gentle braking of the model allow true to the original shunting operations. With newly developed pantographs that are true to the original. Many separate plug-in parts. Perfectly in-plane assembled and streak-free windows. Finest engravings, particularly at the lateral ventilators. Delicate rivet replicas. Interior design and illumination of the driver's cab. Functional replica of the jackshaft. Finest spoked wheels made of metal. Braking shoe follows the wheel arche exactly.

€ 334,00



     

Art. No.: 430002

Electric locomotive E 69 05, DRB
Electric locomotive E 69 05 of the Deutsche Reichsbahn DRB. Epoch II.

New design 2016. Drive on all two axles. Motor with flywheel. Coupler pocket according to NEM 362 standards and close coupling mechanism. Interface PluX-16 for the adapation of a digital decoder. Dual LED headlights that change over with the direction of travel.

The model is painted in true to the original green livery and has two big headlights on each side of the vehicle. Perfect extension set: Item number 550504.

€ 199,00



    

Art. No.: 430003

Electric cog railway locomotive (is similar to the E 69), Edelweiß Privatbahn
Electric cog railway of the Edelweiß Private Railways (similar to the series E 69). Epoch III.

Due to its high gear transmission ratio the locomotive is also ideal for shunting services on standard tracks. The locomotive can be driven with the Fleischmann cog rail but also without it.

New design 2016. Drive on two axles. Motor with flywheel. Coupler pocket according to NEM 362 standards with close coupling mechanism. Interface PluX-16 for the adaptation of a digital decoder. Triple LED headlights that change with the direction of travel.

€ 199,00



     

Art. No.: 430004

Electric locomotive E 69 05, DB
Electric locomotive E 69 05 in green livery of the Deutsche Bundesbahn. Epoch IIIa.

Drive on two axles. Motor with flywheel. Coupler pocket according to NEM 362 standards and close coupling mechanism. Interface PluX-16 for digital decoder installation. Triple headlights that change with the direction of travel.

-Detailed pantographs
-Delicate flanges and separately attached plug-in etched parts

€ 199,00



     

Art. No.: 430005

Electric locomotive 169 005-6, DB
Electric locomotive 169 005-6 of the Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB), epoch IV

Drive on two axles. Motor with flywheel. Coupler pocket according to NEM 362 standards with close coupling mechanism. Interface PluX16 for the adaptation of a digital decoder. Triple LED headlights that change with the direction of travel.

- Detailed pantographs
- Delicate flanges and separately attached plug-in etched parts

The E 69 05/169 005 has been preserved for future generations and is owned by the Bavarian Localbahn Association. It is fully functionable and, in 2004, was equipped with Indusi (PZB 90) to operate on DB AG tracks.

€ 199,00



     

Art. No.: 430072

Electric locomotive E 69 05, DRB
Electric locomotive E 69 05 of the Deutsche Reichsbahn (DRB). Epoch II.

Model equipped with integrated load sensing digital decoder, buffer condensators and true to the original sound from factory.
Drive on all two axles. Motor with flywheel. Coupler pocket according to NEM 362 standards and close coupling mechanism. Red and white dual headlights that change over with the direction of travel.

Painted in true to the original livery and two big headlights on each side of the model.
Perfect extension set: Item number 550504.

€ 279,00



     

Art. No.: 430073

Electric cog railway locomotive (is similar to the E 69), Edelweiß Privatbahn
Electric cog railway of the Edelweiß Private Railways (similar to the series E 69). Epoch III.

Due to its high gear transmission ratio the locomotive is ideal also for shunting services on standard tracks. The locomotive can be driven with the Fleischmann cog rail but also without it.

The model has an integrated load sensing digital decoder and true to the original sound functions from factory.

New design 2016. Drive on two axles. Motor with fywheel. Coupler pocket according to NEM 362 standards with close coupling mechanism. Triple LED headlights that change with the direction of travel.

€ 279,00



     

Art. No.: 430074

Electric locomotive E 69 05, DB
Electric locomotive E 69 05 in green livery of the Deutsche Bundesbahn. Epoch IIIa.

Model equipped with in-built load sensing digital decoder true to the original, buffer capacitors for interruption-free power supply and sound functions from factory.
Drive on two axles. Motor with flywheel. Coupler pocket according to NEM 362 standards and close coupling mechanism. LED headlights that change with the direction of travel.
The red LED tail light on the right can be switched off. Switchable interior lighting.

€ 274,00



     

Art. No.: 430075

Electric locomotive 169 005-6, DB
Electric locomotive 169 005-6 of the Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB), epoch IV.

Fine Detailing. Fine wheel flanges and separately fitted etched parts. 430075/390075: With sound functions and buffer condenser for interruption-free power supply. Red LED tail light, which can be turned off. LED headlights with alternating driving direction.

€ 279,00



    

Art. No.: 431801

Electric locomotive 119 011-5 (class 119.1), DB
Electric locomotive 119 011-5 (class 119.1) of the Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB). Epoch IV.

Model in green livery.

Model with true to the original livery and lettering, in-plane applied windows, furnished driver's cab,
driver's figure in driver's cab 1, flexible roof-mounted pantographs.
Chassis constructed from metal die cast, motor with flywheel, plug-in interface according to NEM 652 for the adaptation of a decoder, drive on 8 wheels, two traction tyres, triple headlights on each side of the locomotive that change over with the direction of travel.
Close coupler motion link on each side of the locomotive and automatic PROFI coupler with pre-coupling for real close coupling operations and close coupler pocket according to NEM 362.

€ 259,00



    

Art. No.: 432805

Electric locomotive BR 141, DB AG
Electric locomotive BR 141with dual lamps and in the orient red livery of the Deutsche Bahn Aktiengesellschaft. Epoch V.

Drive on all four axles through center placed 5 pole motor with flywheel. LED headlights that change from white light to red light and with the direction of travel. Etched running boards, wipers and freestanding handrails.

Interface PluX22 for the adaptation of a decoder. Coupler pocket according to NEM 362 standards and close coupling mechanism. Tail light can also be switched off in analogue mode.

The machines of the class E 41 (designated 141 from 1968 on) were delivered for the first time to the German Federal Railways (DB) in 1956. They were used on mainlines for the light and mixed traffic and reached a maximum speed of 120 km / h and had a continuous power output of 2.310 kW.
The E 41/141 series shows the different colour schemes of the German Federal Railways best. The series was painted in six different colour concepts: cobalt blue, chromium oxide green, ocean blue-beige, oriental red, orange-pebble gray and finally traffic red. From March 1987 a large number of the locomotives received an oriental red finish which some of them kept until their decommission in 2006. At the Hessian DB-manufacturer in Fulda you can still find a 141 161-0 in oriental red livery. There it is regularly used for emergency exercises during which professional re-railing of railway vehicles is rehearsed. All 141 locomotives featured a conventional push-pull control system through a 36 pin control cable and that’s how the push-pull trains started to operate throughout Germany for the first time.

€ 149,00



     

Art. No.: 432875

Electric locomotive class 141, DB AG
Electric locomotive class 141 with double lamps and in the orient red livery of the Deutsche Bahn Aktiengesellschaft. Sound version. Epoch V.

Drive on all four axles through center placed 5 pole motor with flywheel.
LED headlights that change from white light to red light.
Etched running boards, wipers and freestanding handrails.

Model with built-in load sensing digital decoder and true to the original sound functions from factory.

Interface PluX22 for the adaptation of decoders. Coupler pocket according to NEM 362 standards and close coupling mechanism.

The machines of the class E 41 (designated 141 from 1968 on) were delivered for the first time to the German Federal Railways (DB) in 1956. They were used on mainlines for the light and mixed traffic and reached a maximum speed of 120 km / h and had a continuous power output of 2.310 kW.
The E 41/141 series shows the different colour schemes of the German Federal Railways best. The series was painted in six different colour concepts: cobalt blue, chromium oxide green, ocean blue-beige, oriental red, orange-pebble gray and finally traffic red. From March 1987 a large number of the locomotives received an oriental red finish which some of them kept until their decommission in 2006. At the Hessian DB-manufacturer in Fulda you can still find a 141 161-0 in oriental red livery. There it is regularly used for emergency exercises during which professional re-railing of railway vehicles is rehearsed. All 141 locomotives featured a conventional push-pull control system through a 36 pin control cable and that’s how the push-pull trains started to operate throughout Germany for the first time.

€ 219,00



    

Art. No.: 435201

New design 2017: Electric locomotive BR E 52, DB.
Electric locomotive BR E 52, DB. Epoch III.
Many separate plug-in parts - Functional replica of the jackshaft - Finest spoked metal wheels - Braking shoe follows the wheel arche exactly - Plug-in switch - LED headlight that changes with the direction of travel

In the first procurement plan for new vehicles of the German Reichsbahn, subdivision Bavaria, was also an electric locomotive for the heavy passenger traffic listed that was to be operated on the electrified lines in Bavaria. Numerous designs were considered and a 2‘BB2’ locomotive was chosen. The engine was placed in two sections on a continuous frame. Each section contained two motors that together powered an axle drive shaft with gears. This again drives a jackshaft with angeled crankshafts that is coupled with coupling rods to two drive shafts. Not to exeed the maximum allowed axle load the machines were each equipped with a two axel pivoted forward bogie or a pivoted bypass bogie. The locomotive chassis was built onto the frame with the two driver's cabs at the end. The body was built by Maffei and the electric equipment was supplied by WASSEG which was a joint venture of two companies, AEG and SSW.

€ 279,00



    

Art. No.: 435203

Electric locomotive class 152, DB
Electric locomotive class 152 of the Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB). Epoch IV.

Drive on four axles. Coupler pocket according to NEM 362 standards and close coupling mechanism. Interface PluX22 for digital decoder adaptation.

Many separately applied plug-in parts. Functional replica of the jackshaft. Finest spoked wheels made of metal. Braking shoes follow the wheel arche exactly. Plug-in switch.
Snap-in ladders that can be adjusted to any required length. They ensure safe operation on many different model railway layouts and radii.

Prototype: The locomotive, which is one of the most powerful electric locomotives ever built in Germany, with a weight of 140 tons, has a power output of 2,200 kW and achieves a maximum speed of 90 km / h. Towards the end of operation, the locomotives of the series 152 based in Kaiserslautern, hauled mainly freight trains between the shunting yards Einsiedlerhof - Saarbrücken - Mannheim. With the new FLEISCHMANN goods wagons of the epoch IV you can easily build these types of trains.


In the procurement plan for new vehicles of the German Reichsbahn Gesellschaft, was also an electric locomotive for the heavy passenger traffic listed that was to be operated on the electrified mainlines in Bavaria. Numerous designs were considered and a 2‘BB2’ locomotive was chosen. It was initially planned that the 2'BB2´ would get the same motors as the goods locomotive series E 91 which was also on the list of procurement. The newly designed locomotive had four small electric motors and was not based on the former design of the locomotive with slowly running high output motors. The engine was placed in two groups on a continuous frame. Each group had two motors that together powered a layshaft via gear wheels. The layshaft again drove a jackshaft via diagonal connecting rods that were coupled to the two driven axles through coupling rods. Not to exeed the maximum allowed axle load the locomotives were each equipped with a two axel running bogie or caster bogie. The locomotive chassis was built onto the frame with the two drivers’ cabs at the rear end. The body was built by Maffei and the electric equipment was supplied by WASSEG which was a joint venture of two companies, AEG and SSW.
The locomotive, which is one of the most powerful electric locomotives ever built in Germany, with a weight of 140 tons, has a power output of 2,200 kW and achieves a maximum speed of 90 km / h. The manufacturers delivered the locomotives between the years 1924 and 1925 to the “Gruppenverwaltung Bayern” of the DRG, which still designated them as type EP 5 and then put them into operation with the numbers 21 501 - 535. From 1927 on, they were registered as the E 52 01- 35 locomotives. The vehicles were in operation only on Bavarian lines. The E 52 02, 31 and 35 locomotives were decommissioned due to the end of World War II (before 1945). The remaining locomotives were taken over by the DB and before 1950, the E 52 01, 29 und 32 were also scrapped because they suffered severe damages from the war. The 29 locomotives that were left, were designated in 1968 as the series 152. When new and powerful electric locomotives were in sufficient supply due to the procurement programme of the DB, these heavy locomotives became expendable very quickly. Already in February 1973 the last locomotive from this series, the 152 014, was decommissioned.

€ 279,00



     

Art. No.: 435271

New design 2017: Electric locomotive BR E 52, DB.
Electric locomotive BR E 52, DB. Epoch III.
Many separate plug-in parts - Functional replica of the jackshaft - Finest spoked metal wheels - Braking shoe follows the wheel arche exactly - Plug-in switch - LED headlight that changes with the direction of travel. With sound functions.

In the first procurement plan for new vehicles of the German Reichsbahn, subdivision Bavaria, was also an electric locomotive for the heavy passenger traffic listed that was to be operated on the electrified lines in Bavaria. Numerous designs were considered and a 2‘BB2’ locomotive was chosen. The engine was placed in two sections on a continuous frame. Each section contained two motors that together powered an axle drive shaft with gears. This again drives a jackshaft with angeled crankshafts that is coupled with coupling rods to two drive shafts. Not to exeed the maximum allowed axle load the machines were each equipped with a two axel pivoted forward bogie or a pivoted bypass bogie. The locomotive chassis was built onto the frame with the two driver's cabs at the end. The body was built by Maffei and the electric equipment was supplied by WASSEG which was a joint venture of two companies, AEG and SSW.

€ 359,00



     

Art. No.: 435273

Electric locomotive class 152, DB
Electric locomotive class 152 of the Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB). Epoch IV.

Model with integrated load sensing digital decoder and with true to the original sound from factory (by LeoSoundLab) .

Drive on four axles. Coupler pocket according to NEM 362 standards and close coupling mechanism. Many separately applied plug-in parts. Functional replica of the jackshaft. Finest spoked wheels made of metal. Braking shoes follow the wheel arche exactly. Plug-in switch.
Snap-in ladders that can be adjusted to any required length. They ensure safe operation on many different model railway layouts and radii.
Model with separately switchable driver’s cab lighting.

In the procurement plan for new vehicles of the German Reichsbahn Gesellschaft, was also an electric locomotive for the heavy passenger traffic listed that was to be operated on the electrified mainlines in Bavaria. Numerous designs were considered and a 2‘BB2’ locomotive was chosen. It was initially planned that the 2'BB2´ would get the same motors as the goods locomotive series E 91 which was also on the list of procurement. The newly designed locomotive had four small electric motors and was not based on the former design of the locomotive with slowly running high output motors. The engine was placed in two groups on a continuous frame. Each group had two motors that together powered a layshaft via gear wheels. The layshaft again drove a jackshaft via diagonal connecting rods that were coupled to the two driven axles through coupling rods. Not to exeed the maximum allowed axle load the locomotives were each equipped with a two axel running bogie or caster bogie. The locomotive chassis was built onto the frame with the two drivers’ cabs at the rear end. The body was built by Maffei and the electric equipment was supplied by WASSEG which was a joint venture of two companies, AEG and SSW. The locomotive, which is one of the most powerful electric locomotives ever built in Germany, with a weight of 140 tons, has a power output of 2,200 kW and achieves a maximum speed of 90 km / h.
The manufacturers delivered the locomotives between the years 1924 and 1925 to the “Gruppenverwaltung Bayern” of the DRG, which still designated them as type EP 5 and then put them into operation with the numbers 21 501 - 535. From 1927 on, they were registered as the E 52 01- 35 locomotives. The vehicles were in operation only on Bavarian lines. The E 52 02, 31 and 35 locomotives were decommissioned due to the end of World War II (before 1945). The remaining locomotives were taken over by the DB and before 1950, the E 52 01, 29 und 32 were also scrapped because they suffered severe damages from the war. The 29 locomotives that were left, were designated in 1968 as the series 152. When new and powerful electric locomotives were in sufficient supply due to the procurement programme of the DB, these heavy locomotives became expendable very quickly. Already in February 1973 the last locomotive from this series, the 152 014, was decommissioned.

€ 354,00



    

Art. No.: 435304

Electric locomotive 120 004-7, DB
Electric locomotive 120 004-7 of the Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB). Epoch IV.

In true to the original lettering and livery. Furnished driver's cab. Motor with flywheel. Drive on 4 wheels. 2 traction tyres. Plug-in interface according to NEM 651 standards for decoder installation. Triple headlights on each end of the locomotive that change over with the direction of travel. Coupler pocket according to NEM 362 standards.

The Fleischmann model is a locomotive of the pre-series 120 in red/beige TEE livery. Adaptable coaches: sets 481806 and 481807.

Beginner's programme.

€ 129,00



    

Art. No.: 436003

Electric locomotive BR 160, DB
Electric locomotive series 160 of the Deutsche Bundesbahn, Epoch IV.

Compared to the Epoch II and III locomotives, this locomotive features shunting transitions on its ends and additional windows on each side of the driver's cab.

Drive on all three axles. Motor with flywheel. Coupler pocket according to NEM 362 standards and close coupling mechanism. PluX22 interface for the adaptation of digital decoders. Triple LED headlight that changes with the direction of travel.

The sensitive acceleration and gentle braking of the model allow true to the original shunting operations. With newly developed pantographs that are true to the original. Many separate plug-in parts. Perfectly in-plane assembled and streak-free windows. Finest engravings, particularly at the lateral ventilators. Delicate rivet replicas. Interior design and illumination of the driver's cab. Functional replica of the jackshaft. Finest spoked wheels made of metal. Braking shoe follows the wheel arche exactly. Plug-in switch.

€ 249,00



    

Art. No.: 436004

Electric locomotive class E 60, DB
Electric locomotive class E 60, Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB). Epoch III.

Compared to the Epoch II and III locomotives, this locomotive features shunting transitions on the ends of the locomotive and additional windows on each side of the driver's cab. Locomotive with warning stripes.

Drive on all three axles. Motor with flywheel. Coupler pocket according to NEM 362 standards and close coupling mechanism. PluX22 interface for the adaptation of digital decoders. Triple LED headlight that changes with the direction of travel.

The sensitive acceleration and gentle braking of the model allow true to the original shunting operations. The model features newly developed pantographs that are true to the original. Many separate plug-in parts. Perfectly in-plane assembled and streak-free windows. Finest engravings, particularly at the lateral ventilators. Delicate rivet replicas. Interior design and illumination of the driver's cab. Functional replica of the jackshaft. Finest spoked wheels made of metal. Braking shoe follows the wheel arche exactly. Plug-in switch.

€ 249,00



     

Art. No.: 436073

Electric locomotive BR 160, DB
Electric locomotive series 160 of the Deutsche Bundesbahn, Epoch IV.

Compared to the Epoch II and III locomotives, this locomotive features shunting transitions on its ends and additional windows on each side of the driver's cab.

Model with built-in load sensing digital decoder, true to the original sound functions and digital couplers for Fleischmann Profi coupler.

Drive on all three axles. Motor with flywheel. PluX22 interface.Triple LED headlights that change over with the direction of travel.

The sensitive acceleration and gentle braking of the model allow true to the original shunting operations. With newly developed pantographs that are true to the original. Many separate plug-in parts. Perfectly in-plane assembled and streak-free windows. Finest engravings, particularly at the lateral ventilators. Delicate rivet replicas. Interior design and illumination of the driver's cab. Functional replica of the jackshaft. Finest spoked wheels made of metal. Braking shoe follows the wheel arche exactly. Plug-in switch.

€ 339,00



     

Art. No.: 436074

Electric locomotive class E 60, DB
Electric locomotive class E 60 of the Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB). Epoch III.

Compared to the Epoch II and III locomotives, this locomotive features shunting transitions on the ends of the locomotive and additional windows on each side of the driver's cab. Locomotive with warning stripes

Model with built-in load sensing digital decoder and true to the original sound functions and digital couplers (FLEISCHMANN Profi) from factory.

Drive on all three axles. Motor with flywheel. Digital triple LED headlights that can be separately switched with the direction of travel.

The sensitive acceleration and gentle braking of the model allow true to the original shunting operations. With newly developed pantographs that are true to the original. Many separate plug-in parts. Perfectly in-plane assembled and streak-free windows. Finest engravings, particularly at the lateral ventilators. Delicate rivet replicas. Interior design and illumination of the driver's cab. Functional replica of the jackshaft. Finest spoked wheels made of metal. Braking shoe follows the wheel arche exactly. Plug-in switch.

Compared to the Epoch II and III locomotives, this locomotive features shunting transitions on the ends of the locomotive and additional windows on each side of the driver's cab.

€ 334,00



     

Art. No.: 436076

Electric locomotive BR 160, DB
Electric locomotive series 160 of the Deutsche Bundesbahn, Epoch IV.

Compared to the Epoch II and III locomotives, this locomotive features shunting transitions on its ends and additional windows on each side of the driver's cab.

Model with built-in load sensing digital decoder, true to the original sound functions and digital couplers.

Drive on all three axles. Motor with flywheel. PluX22 Interface.Triple LED headlights that change over with the direction of travel. Digitally switchable.

The sensitive acceleration and gentle braking of the model allow true to the original shunting operations. Many separate plug-in parts. Perfectly in-plane assembled and streak-free windows. Finest engravings, particularly at the lateral ventilators. Delicate rivet replicas. Interior design and illuminated driver's cab. Functional replica of the jackshaft. Finest spoked wheels made of metal. Braking shoes follow the wheel arche exactly. Plug-in switch.

€ 339,00



     

Art. No.: 436084

Electric locomotive class E 60, DB
Electric locomotive class E 60 of the Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB). Epoch III.

Compared to the Epoch II and III locomotives, this locomotive features shunting transitions on the ends of the locomotive and additional windows on each side of the driver's cab.

Model with in-built load sensing digital decoder and true to the original sound functions and digital hoop couplings from factory.

Drive on all three axles. Motor with flywheel. Digital triple LED headlights that can be separately switched with the direction of travel.

The sensitive acceleration and gentle braking of the model allow true to the original shunting operations. With newly developed pantographs that are true to the original. Many separate plug-in parts. Perfectly in-plane assembled and streak-free windows. Finest engravings, particularly at the lateral ventilators. Delicate rivet replicas. Interior design and illumination of the driver's cab. Functional replica of the jackshaft. Finest spoked wheels made of metal. Braking shoe follows the wheel arche exactly. Plug-in switch.

Compared to the Epoch II and III locomotives, this locomotive features shunting transitions on the ends of the locomotive and additional windows on each side of the driver's cab.

€ 334,00



    

Art. No.: 731315

Electric locomotive Re 460 029-2 „Chiquita“, SBB
Electric locomotive Re 460 029-2 „Chiquita“, SBB.

With the „Just Smile“ campaign, Chiquita wants to bring people closer to the banana. For a period of one year there were also various free banana distribution campaigns at Swiss railway stations.

- Elaborately detailed on-print
- Triple LED headlights with light change (white/red)
- With digital sound functions (only 731395)

Suitable coaches: 890204, 890205, 890307, 890308, 890184

€ 179,00



    

Art. No.: 731316

Electric locomotive Re 460 048-2 "RailAway", SBB
Electric locomotive Re 460 048-2 of the Swiss Federal Railways SBB with promotion labeling "RailAway". Epoch VI.

Model in true to the original livery and lettering. In-plane applied windows. Metal die-cast chassis. Motor with flywheel. Drive on 4 axles. Two traction tyres.

Interface according to NEM 651 standards for digital decoder adaptation. Close coupling according to NEM 355 standards. Red and white LED light changeover that can be switched with the direction of travel. A closed locomotive front skirt is included in the package.

The RailAway is a daughter company of the Swiss Federal Railways and plans, organizes and distributes mainly low-cost leisure offers for railway tourism.

€ 179,00



     

Art. No.: 731395

Electric locomotive Re 460 029-2 „Chiquita“, SBB
Electric locomotive Re 460 029-2 „Chiquita“, SBB.

With the „Just Smile“ campaign, Chiquita wants to bring people closer to the banana. For a period of one year there were also various free banana distribution campaigns at Swiss railway stations.

- Elaborately detailed on-print
- Triple LED headlights with light change (white/red)
- With digital sound functions

Suitable coaches: 890204, 890205, 890307, 890308, 890184

€ 259,00



     

Art. No.: 731396

Electric locomotive Re 460 048-2 "RailAway", SBB
Electric locomotive Re 460 048-2 "RailAway" of the Swiss Federal Railways SBB with promotion labeling "RailAway". Epoch VI.

The model is equipped with a built-in load sensing digital decoder and true to original sound functions.

Model in true to the original livery and lettering. In-plane applied windows. Metal die-cast chassis. Motor with flywheel. Drive on 4 axles. Two traction tyres.

Interface according to NEM 651 standards for digital decoder adaptation. Close coupling according to NEM 355 standards. Red and white LED light changeover that can be switched with the direction of traves. A closed locomotive front skirt is included in the package.

The RailAway is a daughter company of the Swiss Federal Railways and plans, organizes and distributes mainly low-cost leisure offers for railway tourism.

€ 254,00



    

Art. No.: 731904

Electric locomotive 119 002-4 (ex E 19.0), DB
Electric locomotive 119 002-4 (ex E 19.0) of the DB in green livery. Epoch IV.

Model with true to the original livery and lettering and in-plane applied windows. Furnished driver's cab. Flexible roof-mounted pantographs. Motor with flywheel. Plug-in interface according to NEM 651 standards for the adapation of a decoder. Drive on 8 wheels. Two wheels have traction tyres. Power draw on all axles.

Triple headlights on each side of the locomotive that change over with the direction of travel.
Close coupler motion link on each side of the locomotive and automatic PROFI coupler 9542 (Delivery status: standard couplers). Close coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards.

€ 199,00



    

Art. No.: 733003

Electric locomotive class 140, DB
Electric locomotive class 140, DB. Epoch IV.

Version with double lamps and rain gutter.

Metal die-cast chassis. Motor with flywheel. Drive on four axles with two traction tyres. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards with close coupler motion link. Interface according to NEM 651 standards for the adaptation of a digital decoder.
Triple LED headlights and red illuminated tail end indicators that change over with the direction of travel.

Prototype: With 879 units, the BR E 40/140 is the most frequently built standard electric locomotive of the DB vehicle program. At the beginning of its career it reached a maximum permited speed of 100 km / h and hauled medium freight trains. However, this changed in June 1969 because by then it needed to reach an authorised maximum speed of 110 km / h to make the trains run faster. This way the locomotives could be used more efficiently in the passenger traffic.

€ 159,00



     

Art. No.: 733073

Electric locomotive class 140, DB
Electric locomotive class 140, DB. Epoch IV.

Version with double lamps and rain gutter.

Model with integrated load sensing digital decoder and true to the original sound functions from factory.

Metal die-cast chassis. Motor with flywheel. Drive on four axles with two traction tyres. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards with close coupler motion link. Interface according to NEM 651 standards for the adaptation of a digital decoder.
Triple LED headlights and red illuminated tail end indicators that change over with the direction of travel.

Prototype: With 879 units, the BR E 40/140 is the most frequently built standard electric locomotive of the DB vehicle program. At the beginning of its career it reached a maximum permited speed of 100 km / h and hauled medium freight trains. However, this changed in June 1969 because by then it needed to reach an authorised maximum speed of 110 km / h to make the trains run faster. This way the locomotives could be used more efficiently in the passenger traffic.

€ 234,00



    

Art. No.: 733806

Electric locomotive 115 509-2 "80 Years of AutoTrain", DB AG
Electric locomotive 115 509-2 of the Deutsche Bahn AG (DB Autozug). Epoch VI.

BR 115 in special "80 Years of AutoTrain“ livery.

Metal die-cast chassis. Motor with flywheel. Drive on four axles with two traction tyres. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards with close coupler motion link. Interface according to NEM 651 standards for the adaptation of a digital decoder.

Triple LED headlights and red illuminated tail end indicators that change over with the direction of travel.

Since August 2010 the DB runs the BR 115 in special livery "80 years of autotrain“ on the lines throughout Germany. The locomotive is undercoated in anthracite-metallic colour and became popular by displaying an eye-catching red racing car in the style of the 1930s on the sides of the locomotive. The elaborate design of the locomotive was created by Gudrun Geiblinger.

€ 174,00



    

Art. No.: 733807

Electric locomotive class 110, DB
Electric locomotive class 110, DB.

- LED triple headlights and red tail lights that change with the direction of travel

From 1974 on numerous locomotives of the the series 110 were repainted in ocean blue and ivory livery during maintenance and repair activities.
Suitable wagons: art.-nos. 818903, 819003, 811202, 864103, 864203, 864304, 864305

€ 154,00



    

Art. No.: 733808

Electric locomotive class 110.3, DB
Electric locomotive class 110.3 of the Deutsche Bahn AG (DB AG). Epoch V.

Metall die-cast chassis. Motor with flywheel. Drive on four axles. Two traction wheels. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards and close coupler motion link. Interface according to NEM 651 standards for the adaptation of a digital decoder.

LED triple headlights and red tail lights that change with the direction of travel.

€ 159,00



     

Art. No.: 733876

Electric locomotive 115 509-2 "80 Years of AutoTrain", DB AG
Electric locomotive 115 509-2 of the Deutsche Bahn AG (DB Autozug). Epoch VI.

BR 115 in special "80 Years of AutoTrain“ livery.

Model with integrated load sensing digital decoder and true to the original sound functions from factory.

Metal die-cast chassis. Motor with flywheel. Drive on four axles with two traction tyres. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards with close coupler motion link.

Triple LED headlights and red tail end indicators that change over with the direction of travel.

Since August 2010 the DB runs the BR 115 in special livery "80 years of autotrain“ on the lines throughout Germany. The locomotive is undercoated in anthracite-metallic colour and became popular by displaying an eye-catching red racing car in the style of the 1930s on the sides of the locomotive. The elaborate design of the locomotive was created by Gudrun Geiblinger.

€ 239,00



     

Art. No.: 733877

Electric locomotive class 110, DB
Electric locomotive class 110, DB.

- LED triple headlights and red tail lights that change with the direction of travel
- With digital sound functions

From 1974 on numerous locomotives of the the series 110 were repainted in ocean blue and ivory livery during maintenance and repair activities.
Suitable wagons: art.-nos. 818903, 819003, 811202, 864103, 864203, 864304, 864305

€ 234,00



     

Art. No.: 733878

Electric locomotive class 110.3, DB AG
Electric locomotive class 110.3 of the Deutsche Bahn AG (DB AG). Epoch V.

The model is equipped with a built-in load sensing decoder and true to the original sound functions from factory.

Metall die-cast chassis. Motor with flywheel. Drive on four axles. Two traction wheels. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards and close coupler motion link.

LED triple headlights and red tail lights that change with the direction of travel.

€ 239,00



    

Art. No.: 734010

Electric locomotive Re 4/4”, SBB
Electric locomotive Re 4/4” of the Swiss Federal Railways.

The Re 4/4” 11239 “Porrentruy” was the only locomotive of this range that carried a municipal coat of arms. It was inherited from the Ae 6/6 11483, which advanced from the “town locomotive Porrentruy” to the “Canton locomotive Jura” after formation of the Canton Jura.

€ 189,00



     

Art. No.: 734090

Electric locomotive Re 4/4”, SBB
Electric locomotive Re 4/4” of the Swiss Federal Railways.

The Re 4/4” 11239 “Porrentruy” was the only locomotive of this range that carried a municipal coat of arms. It was inherited from the Ae 6/6 11483, which advanced from the “town locomotive Porrentruy” to the “Canton locomotive Jura” after formation of the Canton Jura.

€ 269,00



    

Art. No.: 734505

Electric locomotive class 143, DB AG
Electric locomotive class 143 of the Deutsche Bahn AG. Epoch V.

Version in S-Bahn livery.

Metal die-cast chassis. Motor with flywheel. Drive on 4 axles. Two traction tyres. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355. Interface according to NEM 651 standards for the adaptation of digital decoders.

Triple headlights and red tail lights that change with the direction of travel.

The locomotives of the class 143 operated for the S-Bahn Rhein-Ruhr and Nuremberg in the eye-catching livery of the relevant coach compositions.

€ 164,00



     

Art. No.: 734575

Electric locomotive class 143, DB AG
Electric locomotive class 143 of the Deutsche Bahn AG. Epoch V.

Version in S-Bahn livery. Locomotive with built-in load sensing DCC sound decoder.

Metal die-cast chassis. Motor with flywheel. Drive on 4 axles. Two traction tyres. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355. Interface according to NEM 651 standards for the adaptation of a digital decoder.

Triple headlights and red tail lights hat change with the direction of travel.

The locomotives of the class 143 operated for the S-Bahn Rhein-Ruhr and Nuremberg in the eye-catching livery of the relevant coach compositions.

€ 244,00



    

Art. No.: 734603

Electric locomotive BR 111, DB AG
Electric locomotive BR 111 of the Deutsche Bahn AG. Epoch VI.

Motor with flywheel. Digital interface according to NEM 651 standards. Drive on all 8 wheels. Two wheels have traction tyres. Triple headlights on each side of the locomotive that change over with the direction of travel. Automatic coupling on each side of the locomotive.

From the four-axle locomotives BR 111, a total of 227 vehicles were build between 1974 and 1984. The 160 km / h fast locomotives are now mainly operating in the regional and local traffic.

€ 124,00



    

Art. No.: 735507

Electric locomotive class 101, DB AG
Electric locomotive class 101, DB AG

- Triple LED headlights that change with the direction of travel

Suitable IC wagons: art.-nos. 861103, 861203, 861303, 861403, 861603, 861803,
860883

Prototype: Although the new ICE multiple units started to operate on the international railway lines, the DB AG still uses many IC-train-units hauled by locomotives. The standard train locomotive is the series 101.

€ 164,00



     

Art. No.: 735577

Electric locomotive class 101, DB AG
Electric locomotive class 101, DB AG

- Triple LED headlights that change with the direction of travel
- With digital sound functions

Suitable IC wagons: art.-nos. 861103, 861203, 861303, 861403, 861603, 861803, 860883

Prototype: Although the new ICE multiple units started to operate on the international railway lines, the DB AG still uses many IC-train-units hauled by locomotives. The standard train locomotive is the series 101.

€ 244,00



    

Art. No.: 737104

Electric cog railway locomotive, Edelweiß Privatbahn
Electric cog railway of the Edelweiß Private Railways. Epoch III.

Metal die-cast frame. True to the original livery and lettering. Drive on 2 axles, one of them has a cog wheel pressed onto with the module 0,4. Triple LED headlights that change with the direction of travel. Automatic couplers on both ends of the cog railway.

Suitable to the Fleischman rack track 9119. Can be also used for standard adhasion operations.

€ 199,00



    

Art. No.: 737106

Electric locomotive 169 005-6, DB
Electric locomotive 169 005-6 of the Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB). Epoch IV.

Metal die-cast chassis. Model in true to the original livery and lettering. Drive on 4 wheels. LED headlights that change over with the direction of travel. Automatic coupling on both ends of the locomotive. Plug-in Interface according to NEM 651 standards for the adaptation of a decoder.

The 169 005-6 is the smallest electric locomotive in Gauge N that Fleischmann has ever produced. It is characterized by absolute dimensional accuracy and many separately applied parts. The deep red colour (RAL 3004) is typical for the epoch.The Deutsche Bundesbahn used the original on a regular basis until 1981.

€ 199,00



    

Art. No.: 737184

Electric cog railway locomotive, Edelweiß Privatbahn
Electric cog railway of the Edelweiß Private Railways. Epoch III.

The model has a built-in load sensing DCC decoder for digital operation.

Metal die-cast frame. True to the original livery and lettering. Drive on 2 axles, one of them has a cog wheel pressed onto with the module 0,4. Triple LED headlights that change with the direction of travel. Automatic couplers on both ends of the cog railway.

Suitable to the Fleischmann rack track 9119. Can be also used for standard adhasion operations.

€ 249,00



     

Art. No.: 737186

Electric locomotive 169 005-6, DB
Electric locomotive 169 005-6 of the Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB). Epoch IV.

Metal die-cast chassis. Model in true to the original livery and lettering. Drive on 4 wheels. LED headlights that change over with the direction of travel. The eed LED tail light on the right can be switched off. Automatic coupling on both ends of the vehicle. The model is equipped with a load sensing DCC decoder from factory.

The 169 005-6 is the smallest electric locomotive in Gauge N that Fleischmann has ever produced. It is characterized by absolute dimensional accuracy and many separately applied parts. The deep red colour (RAL 3004) is typical for the epoch.The Deutsche Bundesbahn used the original on a regular basis until 1981.

€ 249,00



    

Art. No.: 737211

Electric locomotive Ae 6/6 „Canton locomotive“, SBB
Electric locomotive Ae 6/6 „Canton locomotive“, SBB. Epoch III.

Mold variant ! Technically and visually revised „canton locomotive“ in green livery, with decorative stripes and Swiss emblem. Wrong-way-light replica (without function) and Swiss lighting arrangement.
Closed front apron for optional mounting included.

Metal die-cast chassis. Motor with flywheel. Plug-in interface according to NEM 651 standards for the adaptation of a decoder. Drive on 8 wheels. Two traction wheels. Power draw on all axles.

Triple LED headlights on each end of the locomotive that change with the direction of travel. Close coupler motion link on both ends of the locomotive for real close coupling operation through the PROFI coupler 9545 (Delivery status: standard couplers). Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards.

The Ae 6/6 achieved cult status during the last years of operation. After the decommissioning from the active service at the SBB, several locomotives have been preserved in museums for the next generations.

€ 194,00



    

Art. No.: 737212

Electric locomotive Ae 6/6 „Städtelok“, SBB
Electric locomotive Ae 6/6 „Städtelok“, SBB.

Technically revised model.
- Swiss light change
- Triple LED headlights that change with the direction of travel
- Close coupler motion link
- Digital interface
- Closed front apron for optional mounting included

€ 194,00



    

Art. No.: 737213

Electric locomotive Ae 6/6 "Kantonslok", SBB
Electric locomotive Ae 6/6 "Kantonslok" of the SBB. Epoch III.

Mold variant ! Technically and visually revised „canton locomotive“ in red livery, with decorative stripes and Swiss emblem. Wrong-way-light replica (without function) and Swiss lighting arrangement.
Closed front apron for optional mounting included.

In 1955 began the success story of the series Ae 6/6 and 120 locomotives were delivered to the SBB. The Ae 6/6 proved perfect for the quick transportation of the rapidly growing goods accumulation, particularly at the long steep ramps of the Saint Gotthard's pass. At that time the slow "Crocodiles" which operated on the frequently used lines were too slow and therefore lost too much time. So the shapely Ae 6/6 power pack easily replaced the "Crocodile" and other older locomotives on all inclined main lines.
The Ae 6/6 achieved cult status during the last years of operation. After the decommissioning from the active service at the SBB, several locomotives have been preserved in museums for the next generations.

Metal die-cast chassis. Motor with flywheel. NEM 651 plug interface for the adaptation of decoders. 8 powered wheels, 2 of them with traction tyres. Current draw on all axles.

Triple LED headlights on both sides of the loco that change with the direction of travel. Close coupling mechanism on both sides of the loco for real close coupling if PROFI couplers 9545 are used (Delivery condition: Standards couplers). Coupler pockets according to NEM 355 standards. Closed front skirt is attached to the package.

€ 179,00



     

Art. No.: 737291

Electric locomotive Ae 6/6 „Canton locomotive“, SBB
Electric locomotive Ae 6/6 „Canton locomotive“, SBB. Epoch III.

Model with built-in load sensing digital decoder and true to the original sound functions from factory.

Mold variant ! Technically and visually revised „canton locomotive“ in green livery, with decorative stripes and Swiss emblem. Wrong-way-light replica (without function) and Swiss lighting arrangement.
Closed front apron for optional mounting included.

Metal die-cast chassis. Motor with flywheel. Drive on 8 wheels. Two traction wheels. Power draw on all axles. Triple LED headlights on each end of the locomotive that change with the direction of travel. Close coupler motion link on both ends of the locomotive for real close coupling operation through the PROFI coupler 9545 (Delivery status: standard couplers). Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards.

€ 274,00



     

Art. No.: 737292

Electric locomotive Ae 6/6 „Städtelok“, SBB
Electric locomotive Ae 6/6 „Städtelok“, SBB.

Technically revised mode.
Model equipped with in-built load sensing digital decoder and true to the original sound functions from factory.
- Swiss light change
- Triple LED headlights that change with the direction of travel
- Close coupler motion link
- Digital interface
- Closed front apron for optional mounting included

€ 274,00



     

Art. No.: 737293

Electric locomotive Ae 6/6 „Canton locomotive“, SBB
Electric locomotive Ae 6/6 „Canton locomotive“, SBB. Epoch III.

Technically and visually revised model. The canton loco in true to the original red livery has a false light replica, Swiss light change and switchable DCC sound functions.

Model equipped with in-built load sensing digital decoder and true to the original sound functions from factory.
Metal die-cast chassis. Motor with flywheel. 8 powered wheels, 2 of them with traction tyres. Current draw on all axles.

Triple LED headlights on both sides of the loco that change with the direction of travel. Brand new: Swiss light change. Close coupling mechanism on both sides of the loco for real close coupling if PROFI couplers 9545 are used (Delivery condition: Standards couplers). Coupler pockets according to NEM 355 standards. Closed front skirt is attached to the package.

€ 254,00



    

Art. No.: 738801

Electric locomotive 146 247-2 "Vernetzt in die Zukunft", DB AG.
Electric locomotive 146 247-2 "Vernetzt in die Zukunft" of the Deutsche Bahn AG. Epoch VI.

In true to the original livery and lettering. In-plane applied windows. Metal die-cast chassis. Motor with flywheel. Drive on all four axles. Two traction tyres. Interface according to NEM 662 (Next18) for the adaptation of a decoder. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 with close coupling mechanism. White/red LED triple headlights that change with the direction of travel.
The headlights can be partially or even entirely switched off with contact plates.
Illuminated train destination display.

€ 169,00



    

Art. No.: 738802

Electric locomotive class 185.2, DB AG
Electric locomotive class 185.2 of the DB AG. Epoch VI.

In true to the original livery and lettering. In-plane applied windows. Metal die-cast chassis. Motor with flywheel. Drive on all four axles. Two traction tyres. Interface according to NEM 662 (Next18) for the adaptation of a decoder. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 with close coupling mechanism. White/red LED triple headlights that change with the direction of travel.
The headlights can be partially or even entirely switched off with contact plates.
Illuminated train destination display.

€ 169,00



    

Art. No.: 738803

Electric locomotive class 185.2, Lokomotion
Electric locomotive class 185.2 of the Lokomotion. Epoch VI.

In true to the original livery and lettering. In-plane applied windows. Metal die-cast chassis. Motor with flywheel. Drive on all four axles. Two traction tyres. Interface according to NEM 662 (Next18) for the adaptation of a decoder. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 with close coupling mechanism. White/red LED triple headlights that change with the direction of travel.
The headlights can be partially or even entirely switched off with contact plates.

€ 169,00



    

Art. No.: 738805

Electric locomotive class 146.2, DB AG
Electric locomotive class 146.2 of the Deutsche Bahn AG. Epoch VI.

In true to the original livery and lettering. In-plane applied windows. Metal die-cast chassis. Motor with flywheel. Drive on all four axles. Two traction tyres. Interface according to NEM 662 (Next18) for the adaptation of a decoder. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 with close coupling mechanism. White/red LED triple headlights that change with the direction of travel.
The headlights can be partially or even entirely switched off with contact plates. Illuminated destination display.

A third series of the class 146, the TRAXX P160 AC2, adopts the technical changes of the 185.2 and is then classified as 146.2. The locomotives operate in Stuttgart, Freiburg and Nuremberg as well as for the Metronom and the Nord-Ostsee-Bahn.

€ 169,00



    

Art. No.: 738807

Electric locomotive Re 1426, Green Cargo (SJ)
Electric locomotive Re 1426 of the Swedish State Railways SJ / Devision Green Cargo (SJ). Epoch VI.

Inscription and lettering true to the original model. In-plane mounted windows. Metal die-cast chassis. 5 pole motor with flywheel. Drive on four axles with two traction tyres. Interface according to NEM 662 (Next18) standards for the adaptation of a decoder. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards with close coupling mechanism.
White and red triple LED headlights that change over with the direction of travel. The headlights can be partially or even entirely switched off with contact plates.

Prototype: Green Cargo (GC) is a railway company that has its focus on the goods transportation. The company has its roots in the Swedish state railway Statens Järnvägar (SJ) and was founded on January 1 2001 as a result of the EU rail liberalisation.

€ 169,00



    

Art. No.: 738809

Electric locomotive 185 602-0, HSL
Electric locomotive 185 602-0 of the HSL Logistik GmbH (HSL). Epoch VI.

Model in true to the original livery and lettering. In-plane applied windows. Metal die-cast chassis. 5-pole motor with flywheel. Drive on four axles and two traction tyres. Interface according to NEM 662 (Next18) to adapt a decoder. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards and close coupler motion link.

White and red LED triple headlights that change with the direction of travel. The headlights can be partially or even entirely switched off with contact plates.
Locomotive painted in delicate livery !

The HSL Logistik GmbH (HSL) is a registered railway operating company (EVU) that has its headquarter in Hamburg. The HSL has the license to provide goods and passenger transport services. It also operates in neighboring European countries. In the Netherlands, Austria, Poland and the Czech Republic. In these countries the HSL Logistik GmbH is represented by independent subsidiaries.

The electric locomotive 185 602-0 was officially put into operation on December 17 2008. The manufacturer of this locomotive is the company Bombardier in Kassel. In February 2009, the British company Beacon Rail Leasing Ltd. bought the Traxx F140 AC2. After it operated for a while in Switzerland for the railyway company Crossrail AG, the locomotive moved on to the company HSL Logistik GmbH in the summer of 2016. Since then, it has been transporting trains for the Hamburg-based company and captivates with its new design from the company Railcolor. The creative team of the designer Simon Wijnakker transformed the locomotive into an unique piece applying the „mgw“ advertising technology.

€ 184,00



     

Art. No.: 738871

Electric locomotive 146 247-2 "Vernetzt in die Zukunft", DB AG
Electric locomotive 146 247-2 "Vernetzt in die Zukunft" of the Deutsche Bahn AG. Epoch VI.

The model has a built-in load sensing digital decoder and sound from factory.

In true to the original livery and lettering. In-plane applied windows. Metal die-cast chassis. Motor with flywheel. Drive on all four axles. Two traction tyres. Interface according to NEM 662 (Next18) for the adaptation of a decoder. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 with close coupling mechanism. White/red LED triple headlights that change with the direction of travel.
Illuminated train destination display.

€ 249,00



     

Art. No.: 738872

Electric locomotive class 185.2, DB AG
Electric locomotive class 185.2 of the DB AG. Epoch VI.

The model has a built-in load sensing digital decoder and sound from factory.

In true to the original livery and lettering. In-plane applied windows. Metal die-cast chassis. Motor with flywheel. Drive on all four axles. Two traction tyres. Interface according to NEM 662 (Next18) for the adaptation of a decoder. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 with close coupling mechanism. White/red LED triple headlights that change with the direction of travel.

€ 249,00



     

Art. No.: 738873

Electric locomotive class 185.2, Lokomotion
Electric locomotive class 185.2 of the Lokomotion. Epoch VI.

The model has a built-in load sensing digital decoder and sound from factory.

In true to the original livery and lettering. In-plane applied windows. Metal die-cast chassis. Motor with flywheel. Drive on all four axles. Two traction tyres. Interface according to NEM 662 (Next18) for the adaptation of a decoder. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 with close coupling mechanism. White/red LED triple headlights that change with the direction of travel.

€ 249,00



     

Art. No.: 738875

Electric locomotive class 146.2, DB AG
Electric locomotive class 146.2 of the Deutsche Bahn AG. Epoch VI.

The model is equipped with a built-in load sensing decoder and true to the original sound functions from factory.

In true to the original livery and lettering. In-plane applied windows. Metal die-cast chassis. Motor with flywheel. Drive on all four axles. Two traction tyres. Interface according to NEM 662 (Next18) for the adaptation of a decoder. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 with close coupling mechanism. White/red LED triple headlights that change with the direction of travel.
Illuminated destination display.

A third series of the class 146, the TRAXX P160 AC2, adopts the technical changes of the 185.2 and is then classified as 146.2. The locomotives operate in Stuttgart, Freiburg and Nuremberg as well as for the Metronom and the Nord-Ostsee-Bahn.

€ 249,00



     

Art. No.: 738877

Electric locomotive Re 1426, Green Cargo (SJ)
Electric locomotive Re 1426 of the Swedish State Railway SJ / Devision Green Cargo. Epoch VI.

Model with integrated load sensing digital decoder and true to the original sound functions from factory.

Inscription and lettering true to the original model. In-plane mounted windows. Metal die-cast chassis. 5 pole motor with flywheel. Drive on four axles with two traction tyres. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards with close coupling mechanism.
White and red triple LED headlights that change over with the direction of travel. The headlights can be partially or even entirely switched off/on.

Prototype: Green Cargo (GC) is a railway company that has its focus on the goods transportation. The company has its roots in the Swedish state railway Statens Järnvägar (SJ) and was founded on January 1 2001 as a result of the EU rail liberalisation.

€ 244,00



     

Art. No.: 738879

Electric locomotive 185 602-0, HSL
Electric locomotive 185 602-0 of the HSL Logistik GmbH (HSL). Epoch VI.

Model equipped with in-built load sensing digital decoder and true to the origianl sound functions from factory.

Model in true to the original livery and lettering. In-plane applied windows. Metal die-cast chassis. 5-pole motor with flywheel. Drive on four axles and two traction tyres. Interface according to NEM 662 (Next18) to adapt a decoder. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards and close coupler motion link.

White and red LED triple headlights that change with the direction of travel. The headlights can be partially or even entirely switched off with contact plates.

Model with delicate imprints !

The HSL Logistik GmbH (HSL) is a registered railway operating company (EVU) that has its headquarter in Hamburg. The HSL has the license to provide goods and passenger transport services. It also operates in neighboring European countries. In the Netherlands, Austria, Poland and the Czech Republic. In these countries the HSL Logistik GmbH is represented by independent subsidiaries.

The electric locomotive 185 602-0 was officially put into operation on December 17 2008. The manufacturer of this locomotive is the company Bombardier in Kassel. In February 2009, the British company Beacon Rail Leasing Ltd. bought the Traxx F140 AC2. After it operated for a while in Switzerland for the railyway company Crossrail AG, the locomotive moved on to the company HSL Logistik GmbH in the summer of 2016. Since then, it has been transporting trains for the Hamburg-based company and captivates with its new design from the company Railcolor. The creative team of the designer Simon Wijnakker transformed the locomotive into an unique piece applying the „mgw“ advertising technology.

€ 259,00



    

Art. No.: 738901

Electric locomotive class 187 (Traxx 3), DB AG
Electric locomotive class 187, DB AG.

The models are fitted with a five-pole motor with flywheel, a close coupler with guide mechanism and a NEM 662 (Next18) interface. The three-light LED head end signal changes automatically from white to red in accordance with the travelling direction. The front-end lighting can be switched off completely or partly by means of the contacts strips.

FLEISCHMANN will initially launch the new Traxx 3 as a new design in two variants:
as Class 187 of DB AG (738901 / 738971) and as the colourful 487 001 of Swiss rail transport company “swiss rail traffic” (738902 / 738972).

€ 164,00



    

Art. No.: 738902

Electric locomotive 487 001 (class 187), swiss rail traffic
Electric locomotive 487 001 (class 187), swiss rail traffic.

NEW CONSTRUCTION 2017!

The models are fitted with a five-pole motor with flywheel, a close coupler with guide mechanism and a NEM 662 (Next18) interface. The three-light LED head end signal changes automatically from white to red in accordance with the travelling direction.
The front-end lighting can be switched off completely or partly by means of the
contacts strips.

FLEISCHMANN will initially launch the new Traxx 3 as a new design in two variants:
as Class 187 of DB AG (738901 / 738971) and as the colourful 487 001 of Swiss rail transport company “swiss rail traffic” (738902 / 738972).

€ 174,00



    

Art. No.: 738904

Electric locomotive class 187, Railpool
Electric locomotive class 187 of the Railpool. Epoch VI.

Model in true to the original livery and lettering. In-plane applied windows. Metal die-cast chassis. 5-pole motor with flywheel. Drive on four axles and two traction tyres. Interface according to NEM 662 (Next18) to adapt a decoder. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards and close coupling mechanism.

White and red LED triple headlights that change with the direction of travel. The headlights can be partially or even entirely switched off with contact plates.

Prototype: With more than 150 vehicles, the railway company Railpool has one of the most largest and modern fleets operating in the European cross-border rail traffic. The prototype of the FLEISCHMANN model has two pantographs as well as the innovative „Last Mile“ function.

€ 169,00



     

Art. No.: 738971

Electric locomotive class 187 (Traxx 3), DB AG
Electric locomotive class 187, DB AG.

The models are fitted with a five-pole motor with flywheel, a close coupler with guide mechanism and a NEM 662 (Next18) interface. The three-light LED head end signal changes automatically from white to red in accordance with the travelling direction. The front-end lighting can be switched off completely or partly by means of the contacts strips.
The factory-equipped sound generators of the DCC variants produce sounds that are faithful to the original model.

FLEISCHMANN will initially launch the new Traxx 3 as a new design in two variants:
as Class 187 of DB AG (738901 / 738971) and as the colourful 487 001 of Swiss rail transport company “swiss rail traffic” (738902 / 738972).

€ 244,00



     

Art. No.: 738972

Electric locomotive 487 001 (class 187), swiss rail traffic
Electric locomotive 487 001 (class 187), swiss rail traffic.

NEW CONSTRUCTION 2017!

The models are fitted with a five-pole motor with flywheel, a close coupler with guide mechanism and a NEM 662 (Next18) interface. The three-light LED head end signal changes automatically from white to red in accordance with the travelling direction.
The front-end lighting can be switched off completely or partly by means of the contacts strips.
The factory-equipped sound generators of the DCC variants (738972) produce sounds that are faithful to the original model.

FLEISCHMANN will initially launch the new Traxx 3 as a new design in two variants:
as Class 187 of DB AG (738901 / 738971) and as the colourful 487 001 of Swiss rail transport company “swiss rail traffic” (738902 / 738972).

€ 254,00



     

Art. No.: 738974

Electric locomotive series 187, Railpool
Electric locomotive series 187, Railpool. Epoch VI.

Model with integrated load sensing digital decoder and true to the original sound from factory. With „Last Mile“ function (with audible noises of the electric locomotive and the Diesel locomotive).

Model in true to the original livery and lettering. In-plane applied windows. Metal die-cast chassis. 5-pole motor with flywheel. Drive on four axles and two traction tyres. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards and close coupling mechanism.

White and red LED triple headlights that change with the direction of travel. The headlights can be partially or even entirely switched off/on - on each side of the locomotive.

Prototype: With more than 150 vehicles, the railway company Railpool has one of the most largest and modern fleets operating in the European cross-border rail traffic. The prototype of the FLEISCHMANN model has two pantographs as well as the innovative „Last Mile“ function.

€ 244,00



    

Art. No.: 739001

Electric locomotive class 147, DB AG
Electric locomotive class 147 of the Deutsche Bahn AG (DB AG). Epoch VI.

Model in true to the original livery and lettering. In-plane applied windows. Metal die-cast chassis. 5-pole motor with flywheel. Drive on four axles and two traction tyres. Interface according to NEM 662 (Next18) to adapt a decoder. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards and close coupling mechanism.

White and red LED triple headlights that change with the direction of travel. The headlights can be partially or even entirely switched off with contact plates. The model has a illuminated train destination display true to the original.

Prototype: In May 2013, the Deutsche Bahn announced that it had signed a framework agreement with Bombardier, which is to supply up to 450 additional Traxx locomotives of various types. Based on this agreement 110 vehicles (designated as series 187.1) were delivered to the DB Cargo. 20 Traxx (that were modified P160AC3 locomotives) were designated as series 147 and delivered to the DB Regio.

€ 169,00



     

Art. No.: 739071

Electric locomotive class 147, DB AG
Electric locomotive class 147 of the Deutsche Bahn AG (DB AG). Epoch VI.

Model with integrated load sensing digital decoder and true to the original sound from factory.

Model in true to the original livery and lettering. In-plane applied windows. Metal die-cast chassis. 5-pole motor with flywheel. Drive on four axles and two traction tyres. Interface according to NEM 662 (Next18) to adapt a decoder. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards and close coupling mechanism.

White and red LED triple headlights that change with the direction of travel. The headlights can be partially or even entirely switched off with contact plates. The model has a illuminated train destination display true to the original.

Prototype: In May 2013, the Deutsche Bahn announced that it had signed a framework agreement with Bombardier, which is to supply up to 450 additional Traxx locomotives of various types. Based on this agreement 110 vehicles (designated as series 187.1) were delivered to the DB Cargo. 20 Traxx (that were modified P160AC3 locomotives) were designated as series 147 and delivered to the DB Regio.

€ 244,00



    

Art. No.: 739302

Electric locomotive Re 475, BLS Cargo
Electric locomotive Re 475 ("Vectron") of the Swiss BLS Cargo. Epoch VI.

New 2018 design !

Model in true to the original livery and lettering. In-plane applied windows. Metal die-cast chassis. 5-pole motor with flywheel. Drive on four axles and two traction tyres. Interface according to NEM 662 (Next18) to adapt a decoder. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards and close coupler motion link.

White and red LED triple headlights that change with the direction of travel. The headlights can be partially or even entirely switched off with contact plates.

Prototype:
The Siemens Vectron is based on experience gained from the building of around 1900 locomotives of the so-called Eurosprinter family. At the beginning of the 2000ies, Siemens presented the Taurus as a true success story of the international rail transport. A few years later the Vectron followed and was presented as a new milestone in the Siemens locomotive history. The outstanding aerodynamic design, the particularly good crash safety as well as great flexibility characterize the Vectron. The advantage for the customers of the Vectron lies in the countless possibilities of the execution of its technical characteristics. A modular construction system ensures that the most diverse requirements of the respective railway companies can be met. Thus, locomotives are available for various current systems, speeds or train control/command systems. This makes the locomotive also particularly attractive for the larger locomotive rental companies such as the Railpool, the MRCE or the ELL. National railways as well have already implemented the Vectron successfully and are running goods trains from the north to the south. On their routes the trains pass different power systems and various control/command systems. The Vectron does not require any additional locomotive changes.

€ 174,00



    

Art. No.: 739304

Electric locomotive class 193, SBB Cargo International
Electric locomotive class 193, SBB Cargo International. Epoch VI.

New 2018 design !

Model in true to the original livery and lettering. In-plane applied windows. Metal die-cast chassis. 5-pole motor with flywheel. Drive on four axles and two traction tyres. Interface according to NEM 662 (Next18) to adapt a decoder. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards and close coupler motion link.

White and red LED triple headlights that change with the direction of travel. The headlights can be partially or even entirely switched off with contact plates.

Prototype:
The Siemens Vectron is based on experience gained from the building of around 1900 locomotives of the so-called Eurosprinter family. At the beginning of the 2000ies, Siemens presented the Taurus as a true success story of the international rail transport. A few years later the Vectron followed and was presented as a new milestone in the Siemens locomotive history. The outstanding aerodynamic design, the particularly good crash safety as well as great flexibility characterize the Vectron. The advantage for the customers of the Vectron lies in the countless possibilities of the execution of its technical characteristics. A modular construction system ensures that the most diverse requirements of the respective railway companies can be met. Thus, locomotives are available for various current systems, speeds or train control/command systems. This makes the locomotive also particularly attractive for the larger locomotive rental companies such as the Railpool, the MRCE or the ELL. National railways as well have already implemented the Vectron successfully and are running goods trains from the north to the south. On their routes the trains pass different power systems and various control/command systems. The Vectron does not require any additional locomotive changes.

€ 174,00



    

Art. No.: 739305

Electric locomotive class 1293, ÖBB (Rail Cargo Group)
Electric locomotive class 1293 "Vectron" of the Austrian Federal Railways ÖBB (Rail Cargo Group). Epoch VI.

New 2018 design !

Model with 4 pantographs. Reflecting side windows. Model in true to the original livery and lettering. Metal die-cast chassis. 5-pole motor with flywheel. Drive on four axles and two traction tyres. Interface according to NEM 662 (Next18) to adapt a decoder. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards and close coupler motion link.

White and red LED triple headlights that change with the direction of travel. The headlights can be partially or even entirely switched off with contact plates.

Prototype:
The Siemens Vectron is based on experience gained from the building of around 1900 locomotives of the so-called Eurosprinter family. At the beginning of the 2000ies, Siemens presented the Taurus as a true success story of the international rail transport. A few years later the Vectron followed and was presented as a new milestone in the Siemens locomotive history. The outstanding aerodynamic design, the particularly good crash safety as well as great flexibility characterize the Vectron. The advantage for the customers of the Vectron lies in the countless possibilities of the execution of its technical characteristics. A modular construction system ensures that the most diverse requirements of the respective railway companies can be met. Thus, locomotives are available for various current systems, speeds or train control/command systems. This makes the locomotive also particularly attractive for the larger locomotive rental companies such as the Railpool, the MRCE or the ELL. National railways as well have already implemented the Vectron successfully and are running goods trains from the north to the south. On their routes the trains pass different power systems and various control/command systems. The Vectron does not require any additional locomotive changes.
The company Siemens AG Austria won the ÖBB competition with the locomotives of the Vectron family. Up to 200 locomotives in three different construction types can be called up by the ÖBB in the coming years for freight transport operations.

€ 179,00



    

Art. No.: 739307

Electric locomotive class 193 („Vectron“), PKP Cargo
Electric locomotive class 193 („Vectron“), PKP Cargo. Epoch VI.

New 2018 design !

Model with 4 pantographs. Reflecting side windows. Model in true to the original livery and lettering. Metal die-cast chassis. 5-pole motor with flywheel. Drive on four axles and two traction tyres. Interface according to NEM 662 (Next18) to adapt a decoder. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards and close coupler motion link.

White and red LED triple headlights that change with the direction of travel. The headlights of the locomotive can be partially or even entirely switched off with contact plates.

€ 174,00



     

Art. No.: 739372

Electric locomotive Re 475, BLS Cargo
Electric locomotive Re 475 ("Vectron") of the Swiss BLS Cargo. Epoch VI.

New 2018 design !

Model with in-built load sensing digital decoder and true to the origianl sound function from factory.

Model in true to the original livery and lettering. In-plane applied windows. Metal die-cast chassis. 5-pole motor with flywheel. Drive on four axles and two traction tyres. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards and close coupler motion link.

Prototype:
The Siemens Vectron is based on experience gained from the building of around 1900 locomotives of the so-called Eurosprinter family. At the beginning of the 2000ies, Siemens presented the Taurus as a true success story of the international rail transport. A few years later the Vectron followed and was presented as a new milestone in the Siemens locomotive history. The outstanding aerodynamic design, the particularly good crash safety as well as great flexibility characterize the Vectron. The advantage for the customers of the Vectron lies in the countless possibilities of the execution of its technical characteristics. A modular construction system ensures that the most diverse requirements of the respective railway companies can be met. Thus, locomotives are available for various current systems, speeds or train control/command systems. This makes the locomotive also particularly attractive for the larger locomotive rental companies such as the Railpool, the MRCE or the ELL. National railways as well have already implemented the Vectron successfully and are running goods trains from the north to the south. On their routes the trains pass different power systems and various control/command systems. The Vectron does not require any additional locomotive changes.

€ 249,00



     

Art. No.: 739374

Electric locomotive class 193, SBB Cargo International
Electric locomotive class 193, SBB Cargo International. Epoch VI.

New 2018 design !

Model with in-built load sensing digital decoder and true to the origianl sound function from factory.

Model in true to the original livery and lettering. In-plane applied windows. Metal die-cast chassis. 5-pole motor with flywheel. Drive on four axles and two traction tyres. Interface according to NEM 662 (Next18) to adapt a decoder. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards and close coupler motion link.

White and red LED triple headlights that change with the direction of travel. The headlights can be partially or even entirely switched off with contact plates.

Prototype:
The Siemens Vectron is based on experience gained from the building of around 1900 locomotives of the so-called Eurosprinter family. At the beginning of the 2000ies, Siemens presented the Taurus as a true success story of the international rail transport. A few years later the Vectron followed and was presented as a new milestone in the Siemens locomotive history. The outstanding aerodynamic design, the particularly good crash safety as well as great flexibility characterize the Vectron. The advantage for the customers of the Vectron lies in the countless possibilities of the execution of its technical characteristics. A modular construction system ensures that the most diverse requirements of the respective railway companies can be met. Thus, locomotives are available for various current systems, speeds or train control/command systems. This makes the locomotive also particularly attractive for the larger locomotive rental companies such as the Railpool, the MRCE or the ELL. National railways as well have already implemented the Vectron successfully and are running goods trains from the north to the south. On their routes the trains pass different power systems and various control/command systems. The Vectron does not require any additional locomotive changes.

€ 249,00



     

Art. No.: 739375

Electric locomotive class 1293, ÖBB (Rail Cargo Group)
Electric locomotive class 1293 "Vectron" of the Austrian Federal Railways ÖBB (Rail Cargo Group). Epoch VI.

New Design 2018 !

Electric locomotive with integrated load-sensing digital decoder and true to the original sound from factory.

Model with 4 pantographs. Reflecting side windows. Model in true to the original livery and lettering. Metal die-cast chassis. 5-pole motor with flywheel. Drive on four axles and two traction tyres. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards and close coupler motion link.

Prototype:
The Siemens Vectron is based on experience gained from the building of around 1900 locomotives of the so-called Eurosprinter family. At the beginning of the 2000ies, Siemens presented the Taurus as a true success story of the international rail transport. A few years later the Vectron followed and was presented as a new milestone in the Siemens locomotive history. The outstanding aerodynamic design, the particularly good crash safety as well as great flexibility characterize the Vectron. The advantage for the customers of the Vectron lies in the countless possibilities of the execution of its technical characteristics. A modular construction system ensures that the most diverse requirements of the respective railway companies can be met. Thus, locomotives are available for various current systems, speeds or train control/command systems. This makes the locomotive also particularly attractive for the larger locomotive rental companies such as the Railpool, the MRCE or the ELL. National railways as well have already implemented the Vectron successfully and are running goods trains from the north to the south. On their routes the trains pass different power systems and various control/command systems. The Vectron does not require any additional locomotive changes.

The company Siemens AG Austria won the ÖBB competition with the locomotives of the Vectron family. Up to 200 locomotives in three different construction types can be called up by the ÖBB in the coming years for freight transport operations.

€ 254,00



     

Art. No.: 739377

Electric locomotive class 193 („Vectron“), PKP Cargo
Electric locomotive class 193 („Vectron“), PKP Cargo. Epoch VI.

New 2018 Design !

Model equipped with in-built load sensing digital decoder and true to the original sound functions from factory.

Model with 4 pantographs. Reflecting side windows. Model in true to the original livery and lettering. Metal die-cast chassis. 5-pole motor with flywheel. Drive on four axles and two traction tyres. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards and close coupler motion link.

White and red LED triple headlights that change with the direction of travel.

€ 249,00



    

Art. No.: 739415

Electric locomotive class E 94, DB
Electric locomotive class E 94, DB of the Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB). Epoch III.

Motor with flywheel. Drive on four wheels, two traction tyres. Interface according to NEM 651 standards for decoder adaptation. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 and close coupling mechanism. Triple headlights that change with the direction of travel.

The electric locomotives had undergone major technical advances in the mid-thirties of the 20th century. The new series E18, E 44 and E 93 in particular, scored with modern equipment, efficiency and low maintenance. With the more powerful version of the E 93, one of the most famous electric locomotives in German history, the E 94 was born. When tested even at a top speed of 90 km / h, the new locomotive should come up with the same performance as the already proven E 93. For this, however, a 30 per cent increase in driving power of the motor was necessary. On November 22, 1937, the Reichsbahn signed a developement and supply contract for the E 94 with the company AEG. The following technical conditions had to be met: traction capacity of 600 t at a max. speed of 50 km/h-gradient of 25 ‰ • 1,000 t at 50 km/h-gradient of 16 ‰ • 1,600 t at 40 km/h-gradient of 10 ‰ and 2,000 t at 85 km/h in the plane. The locomotive achieved a maximum speed of 90 km/ h and had therefore a far more flexible use. So it was not only used for the heavy freight train service but also for express and passenger train services. At the DB the last German "Crocodiles" (now: BR 194) quit regular services in 1988, while at the DR (Ost), they stopped operating at the end of 1991.

€ 164,00



    

Art. No.: 781702

Electric locomotive 1116 158 „Licht ins Dunkel“, ÖBB
Electric locomotive 1116 158 „Licht ins Dunkel“, ÖBB.

Roco and the „Licht ins Dunkel“ (lighting up the darkness) charity – a long-standing
partnership. In 2002, ÖBB (Austrian Railways), ORF (the Austrian Broadcasting
Corporation) and Roco presented the 1116 100 – the first theme locomotive for the ORF fundraising campaign “Licht ins Dunkel”. A partnership that caused quite a sensation at the time. Now, 14 years later, this wonderful tradition is rekindled in the form of the stickers on the 1116 158.
Roco and FLEISCHMANN are partners in this revival campaign with Austrian Railways, ORF and the „Licht ins Dunkel“ charity. And you are doing something good as well.
When you buy a model, you automatically make a donation to „Licht ins Dunkel“.
The locomotive hauls Eurocity trains and the ÖBB Railjet on crossborder routes.

€ 184,00



     

Art. No.: 781772

Electric locomotive 1116 158 „Licht ins Dunkel“, ÖBB.
Electric locomotive 1116 158 „Licht ins Dunkel“, ÖBB.

Model with DDC-sound!

Roco and the „Licht ins Dunkel“ (lighting up the darkness) charity – a long-standing
partnership. In 2002, ÖBB (Austrian Railways), ORF (the Austrian Broadcasting
Corporation) and Roco presented the 1116 100 – the first theme locomotive for the ORF fundraising campaign “Licht ins Dunkel”. A partnership that caused quite a sensation at the time. Now, 14 years later, this wonderful tradition is rekindled in the form of the stickers on the 1116 158.
Roco and FLEISCHMANN are partners in this revival campaign with Austrian Railways, ORF and the „Licht ins Dunkel“ charity. And you are doing something good as well.
When you buy a model, you automatically make a donation to „Licht ins Dunkel“.
The locomotive hauls Eurocity trains and the ÖBB Railjet on crossborder routes.

€ 264,00



    

Art. No.: 781803

Electric locomotive Rh 1216 "Railjet", ČD
Electric locomotive 1216 "Railjet" of the Czechoslovakian State Railways ČD. Epoch VI.

Rich detailing on the model that features 4 pantographs, 2 red tail lights and triple LED headlight. LED illumination. Motor with flywheel. Drive on all four axles. 2 traction tyres.

Digital interface according to NEM 651 standards for the adaptation of digital decoders. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards and close coupling mechanism.

This locomotive perfectly matches the EC "Porta Bohemica" (items 881806 - 881809) which runs between Prague and Kiel.

€ 169,00



     

Art. No.: 781873

Electric locomotive BR1216 "Railjet", ČD
Electric locomotive BR1216 "Railjet" of th Czech State Railways ČD, Epoche VI.

Model equipped with in-built load sensing digital decoder and true to the origianl sound functions from factory.

Rich detailing on the model that features 4 pantographs, 2 red tail lights and triple LED headlights. LED illumination. Motor with flywheel. Drive on all four axles. 2 traction tyres. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards and close coupling mechanism.

This locomotive perfectly matches the EC "Porta Bohemica" (items 881806 - 881809) which runs between Prague and Kiel.

€ 244,00