BR 714 DB AG | Gauge H0 - Article No. 26510

"Tunnel Rescue Train" Train Set.

Prototype: German Railroad, Inc. (DB AG) type Rtz tunnel rescue train. Version as a single direction train with 2 locomotives and 5 different cars.

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"Tunnel Rescue Train" Train Set.
"Tunnel Rescue Train" Train Set.

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Article No. 26510
Gauge / Design type H0 / 1:87
Era V
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Highlights

  • Completely new models.
  • Trackside lighting.
  • Warning lights.
  • Different warning sounds.
  • Telex coupler on Transport Car 2.
  • Product description

    Model: Locomotive no. 714 033-8 with a digital decoder, controlled high-efficiency propulsion, warning light and auxiliary headlights. 2 axles powered. 4 traction tires. Headlights, warning light and
    auxiliary headlights digitally controlled. The acceleration and braking delay can be switched on and off digitally with the 6021 Control Unit.

    Transport Car 2 with function decoder. Outboard mounted side sills and reproduction of the entry area. Built-in trackside lighting on the side of the car, and warning light. Side loading ramp can be folded
    down. Telex coupler at the end of the car in the direction of the first aid car, for uncoupling the shuttle part of the train from the main part
    by remote control. Trackside lighting with the warning light and the Telex coupler are digitally controlled with the 6021 Control Unit.

    First aid car with outboard mounted side sills and reproduction of the entry area. Built-in trackside lighting on the side of the car. Fire extinguishing car with platforms on both sides. Built-in trackside lighting on the side of the car. Removable roller pallets that can be
    rolled on the track.

    Equipment car with offset side sills. Detailled reproduction of the emergency equipment. Built-in trackside lighting on the side of the car.

    Transport Car 1 with outboard mounted side sills and reproduction of the entry area. Built-in trackside lighting on the side of the car, and warning light. Side loading ramp can be folded down.

    Locomotive no. 714 046-0, non-powered, but with a sound effects module, warning light and auxiliary headlights. Headlights, warning light and auxiliary headlights will work in conventional operation and can be controlled digitally. Trackside lighting on the side of the first aid car, fire extinguishing car, equipment car, and Transport Car 1, as well as the sound effects module with its high and
    low warning tone can be digitally controlled with the 6021 Control Unit 6021. Train length 158.0 cm / 62-3/16*.

    Models not available separately. Märklin model 49951 goes well with this train set.

  • Publications

    - Product programme 2001 / 2002 - Product programme 2002 / 2003 - Product programme 2003/2004
  • Prototype information

    The high-speed traffic with the newly constructed routes rich in tunnels imposes a heavy challenge on the railroad's safety concepts. The tunnel rescue trains are an essential component of these concepts. These trains are designed to cope with the extraordinary situation of a burning train inside a tunnel. These trains have other tasks in addition to the actual transport of the rescue crews to the accident site and in addition to fighting the fire with the fire extinguishing equipment carried on the rescue train. The presence of smoke and the lack of oxygen in the tunnel mean that the airtight cars in the rescue train must have an independent source of power and air. Locomotive no. 1 is even equipped with a video camera and a thermal image camera. A passenger air lock with protection against smoke enables the evacuation of injured passengers. They are brought into the transport car after they have been attended to medically in the first aid car. If this car is full, the shuttle part of the train, Locomotive 2 and Transport Car 2, uncouple from the rest of the train, the main part of the latter, and proceed to the tunnel portal. The shuttle part then goes back to the main part of the train and couples to it, so that the connections are airtight.

Warning

ATTENTION: not for children under 3 years
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