Brawa 43165 - Electric Locomotive E95 DRG Digital EXTRA
In the mid-nineteen twenties, the Deutsche Reichsbahn required a fast and powerful electric locomotive for transporting coal to Berlin. It was planned to use this locomotive for freight trains with loads of up to 2, 200 tonnes and to pull passenger trains at a speed of 65 km/h. The necessary tractive power meant that the locomotive needed at least six driven axles, and in order to attain the planned speeds at the state of the art, additional guiding axles were necessary. The first of a total of six locomotives were delivered by AEG in late 1927. The rest had been delivered by mid-1928. The locomotives consisted of double locomotive units, each half being practically identical. The locomotives delivered 2, 418 kW of power. Their length of 20.9 m and service mass of 138.5 tonnes make them the largest and heaviest German electric locomotives ever built.
- Detailed three-dimensional chassis
- Finest paintwork and printing
- Free-standing handrails, pantographs, roof lines and lamps
- True-to-original pantograph
- In-plane assembled windows
- True-to-original roof fittings
- Two motors
- 3rd front light can be programmed on the main, in digital mode with a function key
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|Railroad||DRG - Deutsche Reichsbahn Gesellschaft|
|UPC or EAN (GTIN)||4012278431659|
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