ROCO 70316 – Electric locomotive 193 318-3
NewFactory stock sold (available at your dealer). (quarter II/2022)Gauge: H0 1:87 Epoch: VI Elect. system: 2L – Digital Sound Note to EU Toys Directive 2009/48/EC: Warning, not for children under 14 years of age.
Railway company: |Epoch: VI |Gauge: H0 |Elect. system: 2L – Digital |
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Factory stock sold (available at your dealer). (quarter II/2022)
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Electric locomotive 193 318 of the Deutsche Bahn.
■ Model exclusively available at ROCO
■ DB Cargo locomotive in “Backbone” design
■ Use in the international goods traffic
■ Freestanding handrails, partially made of metal
■ In digital mode available with switchable high beam light and individually switchable headlights or tail lights
■ Sound creation in cooperation with the company Leosoundlab
Usually, the locomotives of the freight division of the Deutsche Bahn are painted red. As part of the “I am” series of the DB Cargo, they have recently become much more colourful. In July 2020, another Vectron multi-system locomotive of class 193 was provided with self-promotion surfaces. Since then, it has been running on European rails and turned heads with their design “I am the backbone of the economy”. The Corona crisis also made it clear: Rail freight transport is, in fact, the backbone of the economy.
78502 – Electric locomotive 1116 276-7 “25 years of Austria in the EU”, ÖBB
Electric locomotive 1116 276 of the Austrian Federal Railways.
■ Delicately printed model with the anniversary design “25 years of Austria in the EU”
■ In digital mode with switchable high beam and individually switchable headlights or tail lights
■ Unique edition in special packaging
■ Licensed model of the ÖBB
■ Z21 driver’s cab available
The European Commission and the ÖBB got a locomotive in EU design on track to mark the 25th anniversary of Austria’s accession to the EU. Since July 3 2020, the EU locomotive has been travelling throughout Austria and neighbouring countries. It sets a strong signal for the Green Deal, which is to make Europe a climate-neutral continent by 2050 at the latest. The “Taurus” locomotives of the ÖBB have an hourly output of 6.400 kW and reach a maximum speed of up to 230 km/h.