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Art.Nr.: JC63100 Category

Electric locomotive Rh 1073.12 ÖBB, Ep.III/IV

284,90

Includes 19% VAT

VAT included.

 
BBÖ ordered 20 class 1029 locomotives for the fast passenger trains on the newly electrified lines at the beginning of the 1920s. The electric locomotives equipped with only one driver’s cab had a 1’C1′ axle arrangement. In 1938, the German Reichsbahn took over the locomotives and they were classified as E33, seven locomotives were stationed in Germany at the Basel Badischer Bahnhof depot and were mainly used on the Wiesentalbahn and Wehratalbahn.
From 1954, the locomotives were renumbered as Rh 1073 at ÖBB and partially modernized. They ran on the suburban trains in Vienna until 1975.
 
Model features:
– Drive via coupling rods
– six-pole interface according to NEM 651
– Three-light headlights with light change
– Minimum passable radius: 225 mm
– LüP: 80 mm

Additional information

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Track gauge

Type of locomotive

Sound

Coupling

Outdoor lighting

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In stock

Art.Nr.: JC63100 Category

Electric locomotive Rh 1073.12 ÖBB, Ep.III/IV

In stock

284,90

Includes 19% VAT

VAT included.

In stock

 
BBÖ ordered 20 class 1029 locomotives for the fast passenger trains on the newly electrified lines at the beginning of the 1920s. The electric locomotives equipped with only one driver’s cab had a 1’C1′ axle arrangement. In 1938, the German Reichsbahn took over the locomotives and they were classified as E33, seven locomotives were stationed in Germany at the Basel Badischer Bahnhof depot and were mainly used on the Wiesentalbahn and Wehratalbahn.
From 1954, the locomotives were renumbered as Rh 1073 at ÖBB and partially modernized. They ran on the suburban trains in Vienna until 1975.
 
Model features:
– Drive via coupling rods
– six-pole interface according to NEM 651
– Three-light headlights with light change
– Minimum passable radius: 225 mm
– LüP: 80 mm

Additional information

Model type

Track gauge

Type of locomotive

Sound

Coupling

Outdoor lighting

Brand / Manufacturer

Railway company

New product

Description

 
BBÖ ordered 20 class 1029 locomotives for the fast passenger trains on the newly electrified lines at the beginning of the 1920s. The electric locomotives equipped with only one driver’s cab had a 1’C1′ axle arrangement. In 1938, the German Reichsbahn took over the locomotives and they were classified as E33, seven locomotives were stationed in Germany at the Basel Badischer Bahnhof depot and were mainly used on the Wiesentalbahn and Wehratalbahn.
From 1954, the locomotives were renumbered as Rh 1073 at ÖBB and partially modernized. They ran on the suburban trains in Vienna until 1975.
 
Model features:
– Drive via coupling rods
– six-pole interface according to NEM 651
– Three-light headlights with light change
– Minimum passable radius: 225 mm
– LüP: 80 mm

Additional information

Model type

Track gauge

Type of locomotive

Sound

Coupling

Outdoor lighting

Brand / Manufacturer

Railway company

New product

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