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    Roco German Electric Locomotive 155 138-1 of the Railpool  
        

    Roco 70468

    This is a 2024 New Item

    Price: $244.90
    Sale Price: $225.31


    System Scale Country Era Railway Dimensions
    DC HO Germany VI Railpool 225mm
    Roco 70468 - German Electric Locomotive 155 138-1 of the Railpool

    Product Features and Details
    HO Scale DC Era VI PluX22 

    Electric locomotive 155 138 of the Railpool. Form variation! - For the first time with square buffers - Operated across Germany in freight transport under different transport companies - Delicately crafted pantographs - Finely engraved bogies - Switchable headlight/tail light with DIP switch From 1977, the railway company of the German Democratic Republic (Deutsche Reichsbahn) procured 270 class 250 series locomotives (later renamed the class 155) for heavy freight transport. Due to their lack of streamlined curves, which are of negligible importance at their low top speed, they were given the nickname "Strom-Container" (electricity container) or simply "Backstein" (the brick). In 2017, the Deutsche Bahn sold 100 locomotives to a consortium centred around Railpool and Toshiba. Railpool supplied the 155 138 with a shining silver livery designed to draw the attention. Some of these locomotives, which were authorised for operation in Germany and Austria, were put up for sale.


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