Product Features and Details
- For Württemberg Wagons (3 pieces)
From the beginnings of the railways until today the closing of a train shall be identified by appropriate circuit signals. It may in principle circulate not train without the signal. Until 1935 there was the daily signal of two square red and white panels, the so-called superstructure windows and a circular end plate on the buffer beam. At night, the windows had to be replaced by red lanterns. Since freight trains almost exclusively ran on the state railways during the day, the slices were unlit at these mostly to be found.