With the development of the BR 120 DR, PIKO meets the wishes of many H0 railroaders for a contemporary, finely detailed model of this series. The PIKO model of the BR 120 DR is characterized by an exact implementation of all relevant details of his model and convinces with the finest painting and printing, attached handle bars, sharply engraved bogie panels, engine room facilities, standard built, with a PluX22 decoder digitally switchable cab and engine room lighting and depending on the direction of travel taillights
HO Diesel Locomotives
The PIKO model represents the first, consistently true-to-life H0 model of the DR series 131. The heavy zinc die-cast frame gives the PIKO model a force similar to the prototype, contributes to excellent running properties and ensures enormous tractive force.
The handrail bars on the front sides are attached separately. As standard features of the PIKO Expert line, the Model-131 has close coupling kinematics, a motor with two large flywheels and a PluX22 digital interface. The retrofit with sound is prepared.
With the ocean blue / beige H0 model, PIKO offers a prototypical, newly designed locomotive of the 221 series, which has the color concept of the German Federal Railroad in epoch IV.
The model has free-standing, individually attached front handrails, finely engraved bogies and close coupling kinematics. The heavy, die-cast zinc frame gives the models with the selected motor with two large flywheels excellent running properties. The PIKO 221 has a white / red light change depending on the direction of travel and a PluX22 digital interface. A retrofit with sound is prepared.
The 245 is a model of the series version, which differs from the pre-series locomotives by the number and design of the roof and side fans and the vent. Particularly noteworthy are the precisely manufactured parts and assemblies, such as the solid die-cast zinc frame, etched metal ventilation grilles, the prototypically detailed bogies and numerous, free-standing, attached parts, such as the front handlebars. The model has white / red light changes and is prepared for sound.
With the locomotives of the PIKO Expert Plus line, operation on the model railroad layout can be carried out even more faithfully.
With the SU46 diesel locomotive, PIKO is realizing another outstanding model of an important Polish series. The model is characterized by its successful mold construction and the harmonious implementation of all relevant details of its model machine.
With the diesel locomotives of the V60 series of the DB, PIKO continues its series with excellently detailed models based on DB classics. The PIKO model impresses with its successful mold making without annoying mold parting edges and the harmonious implementation of all relevant details of the model machine.
Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) class V 320 heavy diesel locomotive, for use in high-value passenger service on the Allgäu Line. Based in Kempten. Original version in crimson basic paint scheme. Road number V 320 001. The locomotive looks as it did around 1965.
- Completely new tooling.
- German Federal Railroad's largest and most powerful diesel locomotive.
- Locomotive frame and body constructed mostly of metal.
- Spinning ventilation fans controlled digitally in pairs.
- Cab and engine room lighting controlled digitally.
- Digital decoder and extensive light and sound functions included.
The class V 320 diesel locomotive is being produced in 2019 in a one-time series only for Trix Club members.
Diesel locomotive DF7C Beijing Railway Bureau, Shijiazhuang District + sign. The H0 model of the DF7C reproduces the proportions of the prototype exactly. The painting and printing correspond exactly to the chosen model.
Product SKU: NMJT90004
MSRP €344,00 (incl. tax)
NMJ Topline NSB Di3a.621 "Nohab", DCC Sound
The Piko 59267 diesel locomotive SM42-546 is a very impressive model with exceptional running performance and extensive detail. The model is equipped with a powerful 5 pole motor with flywheel, full cab interiors, intricate and prototypical roof details and much more. Model also has white LED headlights and red LED tail lights that coordinate with direction of travel.
The locomotives of the Expert Plus line convince with realistic, powerful sound, built-in, and the innovative digital clutch!
The PIKO model of the SU 45 series of the PKP in epoch V convinces with many details, including specially attached handles and catwalks on the roof, replicas of the rotor blades under fine fan grilles, free-standing handle bars on the front and on the doors and correct displays of the dampers the precisely engraved bogies. The spacious driver's cabs were faithfully reproduced.
The PIKO model of the SP 45 series of the PKP in epoch V convinces with many details, including specially attached handles and catwalks on the roof, replicas of the rotor blades under fine fan grilles, free-standing handle bars on the front and on the doors and correct displays of the dampers the precisely engraved bogies. The spacious driver's cabs were faithfully reproduced.
The type 669 locomotives were initially produced only for export to the USSR by the ČKD Praha company, but between 1967 and 1969 112 locomotives were delivered to the Czechoslovak railway, CSD. The locomotives were used especially for heavy maneuvering and freight trains for short distances, they were nicknamed "Čmelak" (Bumblebee). In 1988 the locomotives received the 770 code and were in service until 2005 at the CD, today there are some locomotives at private operators. It is worth noting that all variants of this locomotive reach the impressive number of 8200 copies.
Prototype: German Railroad, Inc. (DB Cargo) class 232 "Ludmilla". Era V
Prototype:German Federal Railroad (DB) class 290 heavy switch engine. Era IV version in old crimson red. Former class V 90. B-B wheel arrangement. Use: Switching work, hump yard work, short freight service runs.
Prototype: German Railroad, Inc. (DB Cargo) class 290 heavy switch engine. Former class V 90. Use: Switching service, hump yard work, short routes in freight service. Current Era V paint scheme.
Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) class 218 general-purpose locomotive. Diesel hydraulic locomotive with electric train heating. Version in "Traffic Red" paint scheme. Use: Passenger trains. Era VI