Most Important Facts
|Gauge / Design type||H0 / 1:87|
|Kind||Passenger Car Sets|
Prototype: Five German State Railroad (DRB) DRB standard design "Hecht" / "Pike" express train passenger cars with angled car ends. One type Pw4ü baggage car, one type AB4ü coach, and three type C4ü coaches. Train route Cologne – Koblenz – Mainz – Frankfurt. Bottle green paint scheme. The cars look as they did in 1940.
Model: The cars have detailed construction and are full-scale length. The cars have underbodies specific to the car types. The baggage car has Prussian standard design type V 4 trucks, and the coaches have "gooseneck" / Pennsylvania style trucks. All of the cars have factory-installed interior lighting with warm white LEDs. The brightness of the interior lighting for each car is adjustable. A buffer capacitor is built into each car to bridge short-term interruption of the current supply. One type C4ü coach has factory-installed marker lights and a pickup shoe. The marker lights light up prototypically in the direction of travel in a yellowish white and to the rear of the train in red. The entire car consist can be supplied with current by means of the factory-installed current-conducting close coupler heads. Each coach has 10 figures of passengers. There is a figure in the baggage car. The minimum radius for operation is 360 mm / 14-3/16".
Total length over the buffers approximately 117 cm / 46-1/16".
- All of the cars have factory-installed LED interior lighting.
- The brightness of the interior lighting is adjustable.
- Buffer capacitors.
- Prototypical lighted marker lights.
- Current-conducting close coupler heads between the individual cars.
- Express train passenger cars include 41 figures.