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Electric locomotive EL 18 2254 of the Norwegian State Railways, Epoch VI.
Motor with flywheel. Drive on four axles. LED-lighting white/red that change with the direction of travel.

  • 1 axles with traction tires
  • 4 driving axles
  • NEM shaft 362 without close coupling mechanism
  • Minimum radius: 358 mm
  • Flywheel
  • Electrical interface for traction units PluX22
  • Two direction dependent tail lights and dual headlights.
  • 5-pole motor
  • LED head light
  • Length over buffer: 212 mm

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Electric locomotive EL 18 2254 of the Norwegian State Railways, Epoch VI.
Motor with flywheel. Drive on four axles. LED-lighting white/red that change with the direction of travel. With digitally switchable sound and light functions and buffer capacitor.

  • 1  axle with traction tires
  • 4 driving axles
  • NEM shaft 362 without close coupling mechanism
  • Minimum radius 358 mm
  • Flywheel
  • DCC decoder
  • Sound
  • Electrical interface for traction units PluX22
  • Two direction dependent tail lights and dual headlights.
  • 5-pole motor
  • LED head light
  • Length over buffer: 212 mm

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H0 Scale | Expert | PluX22 DCC/sound
Rh 1100 (NS) electric locomotive, Era IV

The PIKO model has sharply engraved bogie panels with realistic spring package replicas and faithful replicas of the buffer planks. The lighting is provided by LEDs. The cab and engine room lights as well as the front and tail lights that function depending on the direction of travel can be digitally switched with the PluX22 decoder. The heavy die-cast zinc frame and the engine with two large, precisely balanced fly-wheels ensure excellent handling characteristics and high tensile forces. A PIKO SmartDecoder 4.1 with mfx capability and sound is factory installed. 

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H0 Scale | Expert | PluX22 DCC/sound
Rh 1100 (NS) electric locomotive, Era IV

The PIKO model has sharply engraved bogie panels with realistic spring package replicas and faithful replicas of the buffer planks. The lighting is provided by LEDs. The cab and engine room lights as well as the front and tail lights that function depending on the direction of travel can be digitally switched with the PluX22 decoder. The heavy die-cast zinc frame and the engine with two large, precisely balanced fly-wheels ensure excellent handling characteristics and high tensile forces. A PIKO SmartDecoder 4.1 with mfx capability and sound is factory installed. 

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H0 Scale | Expert | PluX22 DCC/sound
ET21 PKP IV + PluX22 Sound Decoder

A contemporary model of the PKP ET 21 will certainly make the hearts of many friends of the railway in our neighboring country soar, as the freight train locomotive is one of the milestones of the traction change in Poland. PIKO acknowledges this historical value in the model conversion in size H0. 

The model is powered by a five-pole PIKO engine with two flywheel masses. Almost obligatory is the lighting in the colors red and white, which is of course designed in LED technology and changes with the direction of travel. A PIKO SmartDecoder 4.1 with matching vehicle sound is installed ex works.

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PIKO H0 Scale | Expert Line | NEM 658 PluX22 Digital Interface
Franken-Thüringen-Express (DB AG) RAILPOOL Vectron locomotives, Era VI

Special Edition 2021: In close accordance with the model, PIKO offers a thematically appropriate train set with two driven locomotives with different operating numbers. True to the original, both Vectron machines are designed in Railpool printing. The doors of both locomotives are provided with advertising for PIKO. Also included are a double-decker passenger car of the 1st/2nd class and a car of the 2nd class. 

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Le Capitole was an express train between Paris and Toulouse in France. Introduced in 1960, it was operated by the Société Nationale des Chemins de fer français (SNCF). It was also the SNCF’s first foray into high-speed commercial service above 160 km/h (99 mph).

Le Capitole began its existence as an evening first-class-only Rapide (express train) between Paris-Gare d'Austerlitz and Toulouse-Matabiau, departing in the late afternoon in both directions. In 1967, it became the first European train to be scheduled to run at 200 km/h (120 mph). In autumn 1968, a second train carrying the same name was added, operating in the morning in both directions on the route.

Please visit Wikipedia more details and the history: Le Capitole

This set consist of RoCo 73397, 74109 and 74110

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Electric locomotive 460 048 "Railaway" of the Swiss Federal Railways. Epoch VI.
Motor with flywheel. Drive on four axles. Two traction tyres. Coupler pocket according to NEM 362 standards. LED illumination.
Model with digital decoder and digitally switchable sound and light functions as well as a buffer capacitor for an uninterruptible power supply.

Model with elaborate printing
Model with Faiveley pantographs

  • 1 axle with traction tires
  • 4 driving axles
  • NEM shaft 362 without close coupling mechanism
  • Minimum radius 358 mm
  • Flywheel
  • PluX22 Digital decoder
  • Sound
  • Electrical interface for traction units PluX22
  • Two direction dependent tail lights and dual headlights.
  • 5-pole motor
  • LED head light
  • Length over buffer: 212 mm

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Prototype: German Railroad, Inc. (DB AG) class 150 heavy freight train locomotive. "Traffic Red" basic paint scheme. The largest type of the standard design electric locomotives from the new construction program of the Fifties. Rebuilt version with square corner Klatt vents, double lamps, and without a rain gutter. The locomotive looks as it did around 2000.

One-time series.

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Prototype: Swedish State Railways (SJ) class Dm3 heavy ore locomotive as a 3-part side rod electric locomotive. Used on the ore line Lulea - Kiruna - Narvik. Class 1200, with the road numbers 1201+1231+1202. Brown basic paint scheme, large headlights, engineer's cab doors in the old arrangement, large snow plows (Norrland plows) and SAB rubber-cushioned wheels. The locomotive looks as it did around 1970.

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Prototype: 2 different Swiss Federal Railways (SBB/CFF/FFS) class Ee 3/3 "Halbschuh" / "Casual Shoe" electric switch engines. Design from the first production series in 1927/28, with a cab at one end and a switchman's platform at the front. One fir green version as it looked at the end of the Forties / beginning of the Fifties, with open buffers, road number 16314. One oxide red version as it looked at the beginning / middle of the Sixties, with open buffers, locomotive road number 16321.