Product Features and Details
Diesel locomotive V 200 126 of the German Federal Railway.
• In "antique red" livery
• Metal die-cast chassis
• Digitally switchable sound functions
The class V 200.1 is a further development of the V 200.0. The first locomotive was delivered to the German Federal Railway in 1962. The last models were taken out of service at the Oberhausen 1 depot for the summer timetable of 1988. This general-purpose locomotive could produce an output of 2,700 HP. It was therefore able to haul very different types of trains. Its express train operations on the "Vogelfluglinie" or the mountainous Black Forest Railway were legendary and later, on the Emsland route, as successor to the 043 with the ore trains "Langer Heinrich" ("Long Henry"), Emden-Rheine.