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Fleischmann HO ve N yeni lokomotifler
« : Temmuz 30, 2007, 10:52:18 »
Fleischman'dan yeni bir duyuru orijinal ses yüklü loksound ile tramvay tarzı bir model ve iki N ölçek loko.

The Alstom LHB Coradia LINT is a family of local diesel railcars. The ”LINT“ stands for ”Light Innovative Nahverkehrstriebwagen [light, innovative, local railcar]“. The LINT was developed by the firm of Linke-Hofmann-Busch (LHB) and subsequently incorporated into the ALSTOM Coradia – family following the takeover of LHB by Alstom.

The number ”41“ in the name refers to the length of the train unit (41,890 m for the LINT 41). The two-car LINT41 is classified by the Deutsche Bahn AG [German Railways] as class 648. Actually the FLEISCHMANN LINT is delivered in a sound version (art. H0: 74420) with load-controlled digital DCC sound-decoder.

 

Despite all efforts to convert to more efficient usage of railcars, the DB Regio still required modern, fast acceleration electric locos for use on local servcies hauling double-deck coaches at speeds up to 160 km/h. That´s how the manufacturer Bombardier came up with a special variant of their class 145, now classisfied as class 146 (art. N: 7324). The biggest differences to the 145, are the replacement Hohlwellen drive permitted for 160 km/h working instead of the original Tatzlager drive and the unmissable destination indicator in the cab window. In 2001 and 2002 a total of 33 locos were delivered to DB Regio.

The Swiss Crossrail AG operates an efficient service for freight transport, concentrated above all in the heart of their operations between the industrial Ruhr area and Northern Italy. The multi-system loco 185 564-2 (art. N: 877385) is rented solely for this purpose from the Mitsui Rail Capital Europe B.V. (MRCE) mostly hauling the Ford car transporters between Dillingen (Saar) and Italy

 

There is one link at your disposal. You can open up the data of our poster with a simple „click“ and print it out yourself.

www.fleischmann.de/Poster_5_2007.pdf