Roco H0 - 63055 - Train set - Series ET85 / ES85 of the DB
With its original packaging and booklet
Railcar: ET 85 35
Wagon: ES 85 06
Bordeaux red colour scheme
Metal-grey roof with red pantographs
Has a black chassis
Motor with flywheel. Powered on 2 axles and 2 traction tyres.
NEM-362 Interface for recording of a digital decoder.
Coupling according to NEM 362 with KK-kinematics.
Three-light peak signal alternating with the direction of travel.
Optional control from the overhead line.
Equipped with interior
The length between the buffers is: 467 mm
Tested on functions
Undamaged and without paint issues
However, the rear panto is difficult to fasten when pressed.
Please see the extensive photo report of this set
The presentation rail is not included.
The ET 85 series consisted of an electric railcar of the Deutsche Reichsbahn (DRG) and later of the Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB).
In 1924, four steam train sets of the Bavarian MCCi family were converted into electric train sets ELT 1101-1104 (from 1940: ET 85 01-04) by the Fuchs car factory in Heidelberg. After the reconstruction, in the years 1927 to 1933 a total of 32 new vehicles (from 1940: ET 85 05-36) were ordered from Fuchs and BBC. In 1927 it was not yet possible to accommodate the entire electrical system under the floor of the car. The transformer and derailleur were therefore housed in a machine room.
In 1927-1933 the control wagon ES 85 01-34 was created. Three-axle Bavarian passenger carriages EB 85 01-70 converted as sidecar, were later replaced by three-axle conversion wagons.
The DB took over the ET 85 in their inventory and destined them after 1968 as a series 485/885. These railcars were used not only in the city traffic in Munich, but also at the German Federal railways in the Black Forest on the tricable and on the Wehratalbahn. Towards 1977 all vehicles had been decommissioned.
In 1949, the ET 85 13, 14 and 16 were converted to the ET 90 01-03 (from 1968: Series 490). These were used after an gear change on the steep section Berchtesgaden-Königssee. In 1972, the ET 90s were taken out of service.
- Nombre d’articles
- Compagnie de chemin de fer
- Numéro de catalogue
- CC - Courant continu
- Analogique, Préparé pour système de commande numérique
- État neuf
- Dans la boîte d'origine
- Série ET85 / ES85