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725171 - Diesel electric double locomotive D311.01, DWM

Railway company:    |
Epoch: II   |
Gauge: N   |
Elect. system: DC   |
EAN: 4005575254472
Diesel electric double locomotive D311.01 of the German Wehrmacht.

Completely new design!

■ Rich detailing on the model with separately applied plug-in parts
■ Large socket at each end of the locomotive
■ Frame trims with 8 sandboxes each
■ With blackout lamps
■ Each headlight per side can be switched off separately
■ Top front lamp at front and rear can be switched separately
■ Switchable driver’s cab and machine room lighting
■ With digitally switchable sound functions
■ Large loudspeaker with resonance body for a powerful sound
■ Buffer capacitor

Between 1941 and 1942, four double locomotives of the type D 311 were put into operation by the German Wehrmacht. The Wehrmacht used the D 311.01 a/b, also known as "Walli" on the Crimean peninsula. Its sister locomotive D 311.02 a/b shunted the "Dora", the most massive railway gun ever built. Locomotives D 311.03 and 04 were intended to be used with the "Heavy Gustav 2" guns and probably served in the West. A fifth and sixth double locomotive was still ordered from Krupp but could not be built anymore due to the war events.
Details
General data
Number of axles with traction tyres
2
Number of driven axles
2
Coupling
NEM shaft 355 with close coupling mechanism
Minimum radius
192 mm
Flywheel
yes
Electrical
Sound
yes
Interface
Electrical interface for traction units Next18
Head light
Digitally switchable dual headlights
Buffer capacitor
yes
Interior lighting
Yes
Interior lighting
LED
Interior lighting
Digital switchable
Interior lighting
Driver's cab lighting
Motor
3 pole motor
Digital decoder
Next18
LED head light
yes
Measurements
Length over buffer
141 mm

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