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    Roco Hungarian Diesel locomotive class 648 of the Gysev  
        

    Roco 52464

    This is a 2021 New Item

    Price: $134.29

    System Scale Country Era Railway Dimensions
    DC HO Hungary VI Gysev 237mm
    Roco 52464 - Hungarian Diesel locomotive class 648 of the Gysev

    Product Features and Details
    HO Scale DC Era VI 

    Diesel locomotive class 648 of the Raaberbahn/Györ-Sopron-Ebenfurti Vasút (GYSEV).

    ¦ Paintwork in the latest GYSEV design, a ROCO exclusive
    ¦ Rich detailing on the model with many separately applied plug-in parts
    ¦ Robust, reliable model for the formation of authentic long trains
    ¦ In cooperation with Loc & More

    In June 2018, Raaberbahn/GYSEV purchased two class 233 locomotives (nicknamed "Ludmilla") from the DB in Chemnitz. The Cottbus plant of the DB Fahrzeuginstandhaltung was commissioned with the overhaul. The new painting in the typical green-yellow GYSEV colours was also carried out there. It was then equipped with the radio and safety equipment in Sopron. The two powerful diesel locomotives are used for the traction of goods trains.


    Model Features:
    - Number of axles with traction tyres - 2
    - Number of driven axles - 6
    - Coupling - NEM shaft 362 without close coupling mechanism
    - Minimum radius - 358 mm
    - Flywheel - yes


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