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    Brawa German Electric Locomotive E11 of the DR (DC Digital Extra w/Sound)  
        

    Brawa 43116

    This is a 2019 New Item

    Price: $391.30

    System Scale Country Era Railway Dimensions
    DC HO Germany III DR 187.6mm
    Brawa 43116 - German Electric Locomotive E11 of the DR (DC Digital Extra w/Sound)

    Product Features and Details
    HO Scale DC Era III PluX16 Includes a digital decoder Includes a sound effect 

    Model:

    • Set up handlebars made of metal and low material thickness
    • Finely detailed chassis
    • Free standing roof lines
    • Driver's cab lighting (Digital EXTRA version)
    • Prepared for sound or installed
    • Coupler pocket according to NEM
    • Frame and wheels of metal
    • Many individual parts
    • Prototypical, multi-part roof equipment
    • Metal pantograph (no power take-off possible)
    • Extra fitted windscreen wipers
    • Motor 5-pole, diagonally grooved with 2 flywheels
    The two rehearsal locomotives of the first, newly developed electric locomotives E11 001 and 002 of the German Reichsbahn (DR) met the expectations set in them. After some necessary improvements, they began in 1962 with the production of the first series E11 for express train service and E42 for freight and passenger train service. In contrast to the locomotives of the later deliveries, the locomotives have four combined double ventilation grids and stiffening beads on each side of the frame side surfaces. In addition, the advancement strides and handles differed. The fronts of the E11 003-020 and E42 001-022 were clad below the buffer pile with an apron, which gave the locomotives a certain elegance. Similar to the E10 of the DB, these aprons caused problems during operation which is why they were removed on due investigations or simply did not grow again. In the following years, the locomotives of the E11 and E42 series, now also 211 and 242, were encountered on the electrified DR routes. Only with the emergence of the successor of the series 243 and the political turn, which led the merger of Reich and Federal Railways to DB AG, began the phasing out of the now 109 and 142 series. However, to date some are still operating at private railway companies. which began the merger of Reichsbahn and Federal Railways to DB AG, the phasing out of the now 109 and 142 series began gradually. However, to date some are still operating at private railway companies. which began the merger of Reichsbahn and Federal Railways to DB AG, the phasing out of the now 109 and 142 series began gradually. However, to date some are still operating at private railway companies.

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