Treasured Exotic Locomotives
Remarkable form, unusual task: the E 60 – on the few electric switch engines in German railroad history. Placed into service in 1927, they quickly acquired the nickname "Flat Iron" due to their long and short hoods. Ideal for 1 Gauge fans, who love switching and station operations. Or for small layouts. Always a real eye-catcher.
Prototype: German State Railroad Company (DRG) class E 60. Switch engine with cab windows as they originally looked in real life, without switching platforms, type H II S D 2 double-arm pantograph with double-contact strips, dual standard design headlights with an additional upper marker light. Grayish blue basic paint scheme.