FLEISCHMANN 7170001  52 5354-7, DR (DCC SOUND)

FLEISCHMANN 706504 065 001-0, DB (DCC SOUND)


FLEISCHMANN 737882 Electric locomotive 103 244 of the Deutsche Bundesbahn.

■ Version in orient red paint finish
■ Die-cast metal chassis
■ Suitable for the EC “Frans Hals”, item no. 881915
■ With switchable engine room lighting
■ Digitally switchable light and sound functions
■ Z21 driver’s cab available

In the 1960s, the class E 03 was the most powerful electric locomotive for use in passenger trains on the Deutsche Bundesbahn. A total of 145 series locomotives were built from 1970 to 1974 and officially designated as the 103.1 series. Visually, the class 103s are still considered to be one of the most attractive electric locomotives. From 1987, with the new DB color concept, most locomotives were painted in oriental red with a white bib below the windscreen.

FLEISCHMANN 881910 F train set with four express train passenger cars for the F 38 “Hans Sachs” long-distance train of the Deutsche Bundesbahn.

The set consists of three express train passenger cars, type UIC-X, type Aüm, and one dining car, type WR4ü-38.

■ Wagons with separately attached plug-in parts and prototypical buffer height
■ With Schürzenwagen dining car

From 1952, the Deutsche Bundesbahn put the express train wagons known as UIC-X wagons into service. These cars had a level of comfort that was previously unknown in Europe. The UIC-X wagons were immediately used for high-quality express trains. The existing F-train network (until 1956 with the then first and second carriage class, after that only the first) was converted to UIC carriages very quickly.