Product Features and Details
Prototype: The Trans-Europ-Express is named after the symbol of the city of Bremen "Roland" and it first operated as a long-distance express train on the lines between Bremen and Frankfurt. The "TEE Roland" was designed to operate for the 1969 summer timetable due to the fact that the F 46/47 was given a higher classification. At the time it was connected with the network of the SBB in Basel and its operation area as a consequence was extended to Milan. At 1.183.7 km, the train was able to cover the longest distance among all TEE trains.
Model Highlights: Electric locomotive 103 109 of the Deutsche Bundesbahn.
- Version with short driver's cab and scissors pantograph
- With silver contrast areas
- The headlights can be completely or partially switched off with a DIP switch
- Perfectly matches the TEE Roland
- Z21 driver's cab available!
- Number of axles with traction tyres - 2
- Number of driven axles - 6
- Coupling - NEM shaft 362 with close coupling mechanism
- Minimum radius - 358 mm
- Flywheel - yes
- separate etched plates - yes
- Z-21 Cab - yes
- Buffer capacitor - yes
- Interior lighting - Yes
- Interior lighting - LED
- Interior lighting - Digital switchable