MARKLIN 39393 DB CLASS 39 DC & DCC MFX SOUND STEAM EPOCH III ex PRUSSIAN CLS 10. NEW TRIX 22645 HO GAUGE ELEKTROLOCOMOTIVE ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE for DEUTSCHE BAHN BR E 19 01 EPOCH III. Class E19, Road Number E 19 01, Deutsche Bahn (DB).
The locomotive frame is constructed of die-cast metal. The locomotive has a 21-pin digital connector. It also has a 5-pole motor with a skewed armature and a flywheel, centrally mounted, and 2 axles powered. The headlights are maintenance-free, warm white LEDs, and they will work in conventional operation. The locomotive has detailed roof equipment.
The engineer's cabs have interior details and a figure of an engineer. The locomotive has NEM coupler pockets.The buffer beam details are included in a bag so that the front of the locomotive can be fully equipped for display or equipped for operation. Length over the buffers is 194.5 mm / 7-11/16. This Electric Locomotive was produced in a one-time series. Please Contact Me if you have any questions. The Fast, Powerful Blue One! The German State Railroad Company preferred electric motive power more and more for express passenger service. In 1937, 2 each of the class E 19 locomotives were ordered from AEG and Siemens/Henschel. They were intended to serve the planned electric connection from Berlin to Munich via Halle.
The maximum speed was planned for 180 km/h / 113 mph and 60 km/h / 38 mph had to be maintained with a fully loaded express train on the grades for the Frankenwaldbahn line. Both firms developed the locomotives on the basis of the proven E 18. Road number E 19 01 built by AEG was presented in 1938 and was placed in regular service after successful test runs. All four locomotives had the elegant red paint scheme that identified express locomotives, and the emblem of that time for the German State Railroad Company was ostentatiously present on the ends of the locomotives.
After 1945, these powerful, fast locomotives remained in the West and the German Federal Railroad stationed them in Nürnberg, from where they ran as express locomotives to Regensburg and in Inter-zone service to Probstzella. The maximum speed was reduced to 140 km/h / 88 mph, the skirting at the ends was removed, and the paint scheme changed on some locomotives to the German Federal Railroad green in effect at that time and on others to the German Federal Railroad blue. The class 119 was the most powerful electric express locomotive on the German Federal Railroad until the class 103 was placed into service.
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