Ge 4/4 II | Gauge G - Article No. 28440

RhB Class Ge 4/4 II Electric Locomotive

RhB Class Ge 4/4 II Electric Locomotive.
The electric locomotive, road number Ge 4/4 II 627, completes the quintet of RhB anniversary locomotives. With its sidewall design it harkens back in a one-time, exclusive edition to the 100th anniversary of the line Chur – Arosa and presents the best known and most famous structure on this line, das 64 meter / 210 foot high and 284 meter / 931 foot 9 inch long Landwiese Viaduct. Among the extensive new features on the model are flush mounted windows in the cab and engine room, a separately applied right rearview mirror, sockets on the ends, and antennas on the roof.

This locomotive completes the quintet of RhB anniversary locomotives.

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RhB Class Ge 4/4 II Electric Locomotive
RhB Class Ge 4/4 II Electric Locomotive

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Article No.28440
Gauge / Design type G /
EraVI
KindElectric Locomotives
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Highlights

  • Reworked model
  • – Windows flush with the sides
  • – Separately applied rearview mirror
  • – Separately applied sockets
  • – Separately applied antennas
  • Product description

    This Rhaetian Railroad class Ge 4/4 II, electric locomotive, road number 627, is painted and lettered for the anniversary locomotive for the 100th anniversary of the line Chur - Arosa. The model is being produced in a one-time series only in 2016. It has extensive features. The locomotive has an mfx/DCC sound decoder with many sound functions such as the sound of the traction motors, train announcements, station announcements, compressor, whistle, blowers, squealing brakes, etc. The triple headlights change over with the direction of travel. The pantographs rise and lower electrically with the direction of travel. There is also cab lighting, general-purpose sockets, traction tires, and cab doors that can be opened. In addition, the locomotive has 2 powerful Bühler motors that power all of the wheel sets. New features are the windows in the cab and engine room that are flush with the sides, a separately applied rearview mirror on the right side, sockets on the front, and antennas on the roof. The locomotive is extensively painted and lettered true to the prototype.
    Length over the buffers 57 cm / 22-7/16".

    One-time production.

  • Publications

    - Fall New Items 2015 - New items brochure 2016 - Catalog 2016

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