Product Features and Details
Some of the secondary line passenger coaches originally based in Silesia also became part of the stock of the Deutsche Reichsbahn due to the turmoils of the Second World War. There they stayed in scheduled passenger service, despite their low numbers, until far into the 1970s. Due to the two class reforms, the actual "fourth class" coaches received the honour of second class.
Delivery date: 1st Quarter 2009
Model: impact resistant handrails; in-plane assembled windows; detailed car bottom with many extra mounted details; extra mounted ventilator; NEM-standard short-coupling; filigree steps; precise printing and lacquering; extra mounted bearing cover; multi-part rails; true-to-original interior decoration; fine engravings and rivets