Electric locomotive 1110.502 of the Austrian Federal Railways.
■ Mold variant
■ Model with metal plated front windows
■ Narrow access doors true to the original model
■ The window on the right side of the engine room has a metal frame.
■ Instead of typhones, whistles are used.
■ Delicately etched parts such as wipers, roof walkways and roof vents
■ Driver's cab ilumination is digitally switchable
The class 1110 is an electric locomotive for fast trains of the ÖBB and was delivered from the mid-1950s on. In the years 1974 and 1975, ten class 1110 locomotives were equipped with dynamic brakes for the use with direct current. The retrofitted locomotives kept their old classification number and were given the serial number 1110.5. Particular distinguishing characteristics are the large superstructures on the roof ends with the vents for the electro-dynamic brake and the "Einholm" pantographs. The locomotives reached a top speed of 110 km / h and used to haul fast and goods trains.