Product Features and Details
Interior details in driver's cab. Sprung pantographs. Current pick-up from the rails or overhead catenary. Cast metal chassis. Motor with flywheel. With standard NEM 651 socket for installation of a decoder. Drive on 8 wheels, of which 2 are fitted with traction tyres. Current pick-up on all axles. Triple LED-headlights at each end, co-ordinated with the direction of travel. Automatic couplings at each end. Slot-guide mechanism at each end for true close coupling by using the PROFI-coupling 9545 (delivered with standard couplings). Standard NEM 355 coupling socket. Epoch III. Based on:
The first exmples of a total of 20 locos of the 1010 class were delivered in 1955 to the öBB (Austrian Railways) by the firm of Simmering-Graz-Pauker (SGP). The 6-axled locos weighed 110 tons, developed 5.400 horsepower and were used on various routes with a top speed of 130 km/h. The 1020 finished their career in high speed service on the Arlberg line. In the middle of the 1960's, several locos were stationed in Salzburg and their train hauling duties saw them travel over the DB network as far as Munich and Frankfurt.