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    Brawa German Refrigerator Car Kulmbacher Monchshof-Brau  
        

    Brawa 47619

    Price: $59.75

    Scale Country Era Railway Dimensions
    HO Germany IV DB 139mm
    Brawa 47619 - German Refrigerator Car Kulmbacher Monchshof-Brau

    Product Features and Details
    HO Scale Era IV 

    • axle brake frame with brake blocks in wheel plane
    • extra mounted brake systems, platform, handrails and steps
    • NEM-standard short-coupling
    • prototypical reproduction of the frame construction
    • metal wheels
    • wheelsets with inside contours
    • individually mounted and perforated car body supports
    • Constructionn of the car differences e.g. vertical or horizontal boarding, diagonal braces, panel walls

    Kulmbacher Monchshof-Brau is a registered trademark

    In 1942, Tnf Berlin (Tnfs38) came into being as a simplified refrigerator car. The basic design was provided by the Glmhs Dresden, as a welded version. In contrast to these, the refrigerator cars were given 300 mm thick insulation and zinc plate inner lining in order to protect the internal wood cladding against moisture penetration. In order to ensure that the doors sealed completely, the double-leaf revolving doors were replaced with sliding doors. However, the most significant change was the vertical panelling combined with the typical white paint of the refrigerator cars. From the mid-1950s onwards, the German Federal Railway (DB) carried out several design modifications and modernisation work on the coaches it had acquired. The maintenance-intensive wheelsets with slide bearings were replaced with roller bearings; car bodies were rebuilt with the same design if their insulating properties were inadequate. As a result, the coaches retained their main dimensions; however, the eye-catching car body frame was now hidden under horizontal panelling, and later even under laminated wood panelling. New refrigerator car developments at DB made it possible for private breweries to purchase a variety of cars from DB and use them for transporting their beer. Since these were private cars belonging to specific breweries, in most cases they were decorated with the company's own advertising.


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