44720 - Verbrennungstriebwagen BR VT 60.5 und Beiwagen BR VS 145 DB
Deutsche Bundesbahn

Diesel Railcar BR VT 60.5 and Trailer BR VS 145 DB

Road no.: VT 60 530 / VS 145 393

Item no: 44720
motorisierung/system: 1 DC ana b+
Direct current Analogue BASIC+
loksound: 2 vorbereitet
Prepared for locomotive sound
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Item no: 44722
motorisierung/system: 3 DC dig ex
Direct current Digital EXTRA
loksound: 1 eingebaut
Integrated locomotive sound
decoderdoehlerhaass: 1
Decoder Doehler & Haass
Item no: 44723
motorisierung/system: 2 AC dig ex
Alternating current Digital EXTRA
loksound: 1 eingebaut
Integrated locomotive sound
decoderdoehlerhaass: 1
Decoder Doehler & Haass
lüp: 506
Length over buffer in mm
radius: 360
Navigable minimum radius 360 mm
(allgemein) schnittstelle: 2 PluX22
schwungmasse: 1
Locomotive has flywheel drive
lichtwechsel: 4 Zweilicht-Spitzensignal & zwei rote Schlusslichter in Fahrtrichtung wechselnd
inneneinrichtung: 1
With interior fittings
(allgemein) innenbeleuchtung (fix oder dyamisch): 2 eingebaut
With interior lighting
kurzkupplungskinematik: 1
The model has a coupler pocket and short coupling cinematic

Model details

  • Drive to two axles
  • Extra mounted and free-standing metal handrails and steps
  • True-to-epoch lighting
  • Finely detailed bogies
  • Fine rivets
  • Illuminated driver´s cab
  • Prepared for sound or with built-in sound
  • Metal drive unit
  • Interior lighting
  • Short coupling kinematics
  • Multipart interior fittings
  • True to original corrugated wheel disks
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Info about the original

Going back to a proposed development from the Westwaggon Company who, together with Waggon- und Maschinenfabrik A.G. and Düsseldorfer Waggonfabrik, was responsible for the manufacture of the new VT 137 347 - 366 and 137 377 - 396 secondary railway railcars, the industry launched the last large-scale range of the typically light railcars on to the tracks in 1939 and 1940. Basis for this was the German National Railway (DR) procurement programme from 1936 which, until this point, ensured the continuous further development of railcars. Typically for this era, the striking basket arch shape with the large buffers characterised the front of the vehicle and allowed the staff to move to the adjacent vehicle via a respective passage located on the front sides during the journey.

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