26511 DB Push/Pull Commuter Train
Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB)
class and 3 commuter cars with exterior walls of stainless steel ("Silberlinge"
or "Silver Coins"). Type ABnrb 704, 1st and 2nd class. Type Bnbr
725, 2nd class. Type BDnrzf 740.2, 2 nd class with engineer's cab
for push/pull service.
Model: Locomotive comes with a Digital decoder, controlled
highefficiency propulsion and controllable current-conducting
coupler. 2 axles powered. 4 traction tires. Triple headlights, 2 red
marker lights and train lighting will work in conventional operation
and can be controlled digitally. Acceleration and braking delay can
be controlled digitally with the 6021 Control Unit. Pickup shoe
changeover to the cab control car can be shut off in the locomotive.
Cars come with current-conducting couplers, special two-conductor
version. Adjustable buffers. Interior lighting is powered from the
locomotive or the cab control car, depending on the train's
direction of travel. Total length over buffers 98.5 cm / 38-9/16".
- Early Era IV commuter train
- Locomotive has metal construction.
- Model of the E 40/140 for the first time
with red marker light / white headlight changeover.
- Push/pull train operation with pickup
shoe changeover between the locomotive and the cab control car.
- Train lighting powered by means of
special current-conducting couplers.
"Silberlinge" with finely reproduced peacock's eye pattern.
Limited issue in 2002 (MHI)