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Trix 31165 DB IC690 Hohenstaufen Coach Set Blue/Cream (3) IV (3 Rail)

M31165
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Brand: Trix
Part Number: 31165
Scale / Type: HO Scale
Our Code: M31165

Express train set "IC 690 Hohenstaufen" Prototype: 2 express train wagons 2nd class (Bm235), 1 express train wagon 2nd class (Bpmz) of the German Federal Railways (DB) with the train run of the IC 690 Hohenstaufen from Munich to Hamburg-Altona. The most important data Item No. 31165 Track / type Express / epoch IV kind Passenger Car Sets product Model: For operation on 3-conductor Trix Express tracks. Can also be used on 2-conductor and Märklin tracks with interchangeable wheel sets. Both Trix-Express and Märklin couplings are included. Adjustable buffers. Prepared for the current-carrying car connection with either 7319 plug-in short-coupling drawbars or 72020/72021 separable short-circuit couplings. Printed train signs. Total length over buffer 81.0 cm. One-time series. product Info Your dealer will gladly exchange the wheelsets for you free of charge: E700150 Märklin Radsatz-AC. E700580 Trix wheelset DC. A suitable locomotive is the BR 120, which is available under the item number 32021. large company IC 690 "Hohenstaufen" With the 26. September 1971 introduced the German Federal Railways (DB) their new offer "InterCity 71" and landed thereby a direct hit. First-class intercity trains now run in a rigid system of four lines operated at approximately two-hour intervals. The real peculiarity of the IC system was (and is still today the ICE / IC system) in the connection of the lines with direct transfer options on the same platform and thus ensured a large area effect: Dortmund and Cologne offered transfer possibilities between the lines 1 and 2, in Mannheim the trains of the lines 1 and 3 waited for each other, in the Würzburg the courses of the lines 2 and 4 and in Hanover the courses of the lines 3 and 4. Due to the large success the DB decided logically, to start the summer timetable 1979 on the 27 , May introduce on all four IC lines the hourly clock with mixed-class trains according to the motto "every hour - every class: the" IC 79 ". All nodes were preserved. Block trains was the new magic word, and so all the ICs ran on 1st and 2nd class blocks of cars separated by a dining or quick pick car. Purely coincidentally, the routing of the busy lines was also aligned so that each faced the same car classes at the node stations. Of course, this multitude of new trains also needed names, and so did the venerable "Hohenstaufen" godfather of an intercity train pair. The IC 690/691 "Hohenstaufen" operated in subsequent years between Munich and Hamburg-Altona via Stuttgart, Heidelberg, Mannheim, Frankfurt / Main and Hanover. The locomotives were class 103 locomotives. 1 or 120, which usually had to pull eight cars of the 2nd class (5 Bm and 3 Bpm), a dining car and three 1st class cars (2 Avm, 1 Apm). By the way, the train name "Hohenstaufen" remained until the end of 2001. From 1991, he wore an ICE, reversing in the same relation. Then followed a "downgrade", because from 1999 there was then only one InterRegio between Karlsruhe and Lindau (in 2001 Karlsruhe - Ulm) with this historic name. characteristics e epoch IV ) LED interior lighting can be retrofitted 1 With kinematics for short coupling and coupler pocket according to NEM { Length scale for passenger coaches 1: 100 \ Only for adults

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