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Art.Nr.: H28403S Category

Electric locomotive Re 4/4 IV (10101) SBB, Ep.IV, red/grey, sound

299,90

Includes 19% VAT

VAT included.

For the SBB’s Rail 2000 project, BBC and SLM produced four prototypes of a four-axle electric locomotive made of lightweight steel. The locomotives, designated Re 4/4 IV by SBB, were intensively tested by SBB from 1982. With the  160 km/h locomotives, not only was the new rectifier technology tested, but also new color schemes – all four locomotives were painted differently.  It was not until 1986 that the Re 4/4 IVs were given a uniform color scheme in traffic red with the Bahn 2000 advertising. From 1994, the Südostbahn (SOB) took over the locomotives operated as Re 446 and turned them into rolling billboards. With the introduction of the Stadler Flirt at the SOB in 2019, all Re 4/4 IVs were sold to EDG.
 
Model features:
-Power consumption across all axes
-Swiss light change
-Prepared or including sound
-NEM 651 interface
-Consideration of all design differences

Additional information

Model type

Track gauge

Type of locomotive

Sound

Coupling

Outdoor lighting

Brand / Manufacturer

Railway company

New product

Year

2023

New - Available for pre-order

New - Available for pre-order

Art.Nr.: H28403S Category

Electric locomotive Re 4/4 IV (10101) SBB, Ep.IV, red/grey, sound

New - Available for pre-order

299,90

Includes 19% VAT

VAT included.

New - Available for pre-order

For the SBB’s Rail 2000 project, BBC and SLM produced four prototypes of a four-axle electric locomotive made of lightweight steel. The locomotives, designated Re 4/4 IV by SBB, were intensively tested by SBB from 1982. With the  160 km/h locomotives, not only was the new rectifier technology tested, but also new color schemes – all four locomotives were painted differently.  It was not until 1986 that the Re 4/4 IVs were given a uniform color scheme in traffic red with the Bahn 2000 advertising. From 1994, the Südostbahn (SOB) took over the locomotives operated as Re 446 and turned them into rolling billboards. With the introduction of the Stadler Flirt at the SOB in 2019, all Re 4/4 IVs were sold to EDG.
 
Model features:
-Power consumption across all axes
-Swiss light change
-Prepared or including sound
-NEM 651 interface
-Consideration of all design differences

Additional information

Model type

Track gauge

Type of locomotive

Sound

Coupling

Outdoor lighting

Brand / Manufacturer

Railway company

New product

Year

2023

Description

For the SBB’s Rail 2000 project, BBC and SLM produced four prototypes of a four-axle electric locomotive made of lightweight steel. The locomotives, designated Re 4/4 IV by SBB, were intensively tested by SBB from 1982. With the  160 km/h locomotives, not only was the new rectifier technology tested, but also new color schemes – all four locomotives were painted differently.  It was not until 1986 that the Re 4/4 IVs were given a uniform color scheme in traffic red with the Bahn 2000 advertising. From 1994, the Südostbahn (SOB) took over the locomotives operated as Re 446 and turned them into rolling billboards. With the introduction of the Stadler Flirt at the SOB in 2019, all Re 4/4 IVs were sold to EDG.
 
Model features:
-Power consumption across all axes
-Swiss light change
-Prepared or including sound
-NEM 651 interface
-Consideration of all design differences

Additional information

Model type

Track gauge

Type of locomotive

Sound

Coupling

Outdoor lighting

Brand / Manufacturer

Railway company

New product

Year

2023

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