Gauge H0 - Article No. 43929

Express Train Passenger Car Set.

Prototype: "Hans Sachs" F-Zug (long distance express) consist: German Federal Railroad (DB) type A4üm-61 (later the type Am 203) 1st class express train passenger cars in blue, "Mitropa" type WR4ü dining car, car number 1215, used on the German Federal Railroad (DB).

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Express Train Passenger Car Set.
Express Train Passenger Car Set.

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Article No. 43929
Gauge / Design type H0 / 1:87
Kind Passenger Car Sets
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  • "Hans Sachs" long distance express train route Munich - Hagen.
  • Finely detailed trucks with reproductions of the brake shoes and generator mechanism.
  • Product description

    Model: Express train passenger car set, four cars, consisting of three type A4üm-61 1st class express train passenger cars and one "Mitropa" type WR4ü dining car. The cars appear as the prototypes did at the start of the 1960s, including the train destination signs imprinted with "Hans Sachs". Realistically detailed trucks with a reproduction of the brake shoes and the generator mechanism. These cars can be retrofitted with the 7319 plug-in current-conducting couplers or the 72020 working close couplers that can be uncoupled, and they are ready for installation of interior lighting. Minimum radius for operation 360 mm / 14-3/16". Length over the buffers 113.1 cm / 44-1/2".
    DC wheel set 16 x 700580.

    A lighting kit will be available later.

    The class 01 locomotive, item nos. 39010 and 39015, go well with this car set.

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  • Publications

    - Product programme 2006 - New items brochure 2006
  • Prototype information

    The Fast F-Zug trains of the German Federal Railroad - At the start of the 1950s, the new German Federal Railroad went back to the prewar tradition of the legendary FD-Zug trains (long distance express trains) and created a new train category with the F-Zug trains (cross-border long distance D-Zug express trains and long distance express trains). These trains were run with mostly 1st class cars and consisted of special cars for this important long distance service. The route network for these trains was also called the "blue F-Zug network" because of the blue paint scheme on the passenger cars in the trains. Train number F 37, "Hans Sachs", from Munich to Hagen, had one of the particularly long routes. The subdued red of the Mitropa dining cars used in these trains contrasted effectively with the rest of the train consist and helped provide the quality look of the F-Zug express trains so highly prized by passengers in the 1950s and 1960s.


ATTENTION: not for children under 3 years