Product Features and Details
Set (1): Three express train coaches for the Eurocity 24 "Erasmus" of the Deutsche Bundesbahn.
The set contains a 1st class open seating coach, type Apmz 121.1, a 1st class compartment coach, type Avmz 111.1 and a dining coach, type WRmh 132.1.
¦ Coaches in operation condition around 1987; with a red apron
¦ Open seating coach with telephone booth and large roof antenna
¦ Dining coach with orange lettering "Restaurant" (former dining coach of the TEE "Rheingold")
¦ Execution as multi-voltage coaches
¦ Used on the connection Innsbruck – Amsterdam
¦ Models with extra applied handles
¦ Finely detailed bogies
For the 1987 summer timetable, new quality standards were set for the cross-border InterCity trains with regard to wagon material, speed and service. Trains that met these criteria were given the designation "EuroCity".
The EC 24 "Erasmus" connected the Tyrolean capital Innsbruck via Munich with Frankfurt on the Main, then along the Rhine via Emmerich with the Dutch capital Amsterdam.
Coaches of this set belonged to the standard equipment of the train and were used on the entire route. A special highlight is a dining coach from the former TEE "Rheingold" of 1983, which the DB hired especially for the introduction of the EuroCity in 1987: Only the orange Rheingold stripe was removed from two dining coaches, while the "Restaurant" lettering remained orange, making them eye-catching "splashes of colour" for more than four years, particularly on EC trains to the Netherlands.