Pwgs 41, Om 12, Z DEA, G 10 iso, Gr 20, G 10 | Gauge H0 - Article No. 48810

Set with 6 Freight Cars.

Prototype: Different freight car types from the German railroads in the postwar period (DR Brit./US Zone, DB, SWDE and privately owned). Type Pwg 41 freight train baggage car. Type Om 12 gondola. Type Z tank car for heating oil. Type G 10 insulated brewery refrigerator car. Type Gr 20 boxcar. Type G 10 boxcar.

Set with 6 Freight Cars.
Set with 6 Freight Cars.

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Article No.48810
Gauge / Design type H0 / 1:87
KindFreight Car Sets
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  • Product description

    Model: The baggage car has a flat roof. The gondola has a load insert. The tank car is painted and lettered for DEA. The beer car is painted and lettered for Kulmbacher. Both boxcars have sliding doors that can be opened. Total length over the buffers 66.8 cm / 26-5/16".
    All of the cars come individually packaged and the packaging is marked.

    DC wheel sets: 6 x 700580, 4 x 700270, 2 x 32 3760 04.

    A good train to go with the 37355 double diesel locomotive.

    One-time series.

  • Publications

    - Product programme 2007/2008 - Fall New Items 2007
  • Prototype information

    On the Way to the DB ... The operating association of the Southwest German Railways (SWDE) managed the state railways in the French Occupation Zone from 1947 to 1949. The states of Rheinland-Pfalz (Rhenish-Palatinate), Südbaden (South Baden), and Württemberg-Hohenzollern introduced the railroad districts of Karlsruhe, Mainz, and Trier (as a substitute for Saarbrücken); the general administration was headquartered in Speyer. The German Federal Railroad originated from the railroads of the British-American Bi-Zone (Brit./US Zone) as early as 1949 of course; the SWDE was not fully incorporated into the DB until 1952.


ATTENTION: not for children under 3 years