Product Features and Details
2nd class "Schlieren" buffet coach", type Bpz, of the Austrian Federal Railways.The ÖBB also called them "Stamperlwagen".
New design !
¦ Revised frame, in particular, the access and the plug-in parts
¦ Model in "Sparlack" design
In 1975 the Jenbach works delivered ten 2nd class coaches with buffet compartments. In colloquial Austrian, the ÖBB called them "Stamperlwagen".
The ÖBB had the Schlieren coaches delivered between 1965 and 1981 and for a long time they formed the backbone of the Austrian domestic passenger train service. They are standard Swiss coaches (type EW I) adapted to Austrian conditions. The name is derived from the Swiss town of Schlieren, the location of the wagon factory where this type of coach was build and designed. The wagons were not only used in Austria but also, for example, on the Salzburg-Rosenheim-Kufstein line, on the Lienz-Brixen-Brenner-Innsbruck corridor and in Switzerland.
- Interior lighting Article number - 40420
- Interior fitting - Model with interior furnishing
- Coupling - NEM shaft 362 with close coupling mechanism