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Offline steventrain  
#51 Posted : 31 October 2011 22:11:00(UTC)
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Great videos, John.
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Offline steventrain  
#52 Posted : 31 October 2011 22:12:37(UTC)
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I brought myself a Steam tank class 64 OBB at exhibition last Sunday.
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Offline river6109  
#53 Posted : 01 November 2011 11:47:56(UTC)
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One of the Rh 1010




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Offline river6109  
#54 Posted : 03 November 2011 16:45:49(UTC)
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Here is a video of my OeBB Rh 2043 Diesel loco with sound.
I was surprised with 18 fully loaded (real iron ore) carriages the loco had no trouble pulling the train.

followed by an OeBB Rh 1141 mixed freight
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Offline river6109  
#55 Posted : 04 November 2011 00:38:12(UTC)
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Can't stop the trains running

This video is about a Marklin Oebb Rh 1141, converted to digital (ESU decoder) with led's on both sides.
the other loco is a Liliput which I ahve also converted and added the missing rails.
This loco is a very poor performer, lacks in power and I found the motor very weak.
My next video will be an OEBB Rh 1110 or 1010.



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Offline river6109  
#56 Posted : 05 November 2011 00:52:07(UTC)
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Today the journey goes on through Austria.

I've come across this heavy freight train on route to Italy on the famous Brenner track, its an OeBB Rh 1010 and it has help from Rh 1141 as a backup.

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Offline Rinus  
#57 Posted : 14 November 2011 20:37:54(UTC)
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Rh 1020

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Offline river6109  
#58 Posted : 29 November 2011 00:59:47(UTC)
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To all Austrian Railway Fans,

Something slightly different, I've come across this book its written in German & Italian, Title: "The Tyrolians" OeBB Class 1822,

http://www.amazon.co.uk/...locomotive/dp/8882667847

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Offline river6109  
#59 Posted : 29 November 2011 01:02:01(UTC)
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Rinus,

I should be ashamed of myself not having one of these beauties in my collection but I'm looking constantly for a reasonable priced one to come along.

another Austrian beauty: mine is a 1670.11

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Offline river6109  
#60 Posted : 29 November 2011 01:04:02(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: steventrain Go to Quoted Post
I brought myself a Steam tank class 64 OBB at exhibition last Sunday.


Any photos Stephen ? is this a Roco model ?

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Offline river6109  
#61 Posted : 29 November 2011 06:30:34(UTC)
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City & Country dwellers,

A few photos of my latest addition to the ÖBB fleet of locos.

A Rh 1670.11 in green.

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Offline river6109  
#62 Posted : 03 December 2011 15:23:40(UTC)
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Found a website with lots of information about Austrian locos.

http://en.wikipedia.org/...i/%C3%96BB_Rolling_Stock
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Offline mike c  
#63 Posted : 03 December 2011 19:39:21(UTC)
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Here are some of my sources for info on OBB trains:

http://www.modellbahninfo.org/

http://gamos81.altervista.org/
Under MODELLI EUROPEI select one of the categories and then Austria/OBB
including:
http://gamos81.altervist.../Loco_elettriche/OBB.php
http://gamos81.altervist...tero/Loco_diesel/OBB.php
http://gamos81.altervist...ero/Elettrotreni/OBB.php
http://gamos81.altervist.../Estero/Carrozze/OBB.php

http://www.vagonweb.cz/razeni/

and http://e.bournez.free.fr/Eurocity.html

As most of you already know, my focus is on Swiss trains. There are however, a number of Austrian Eurocity (EC) and Euro Nacht (EN) trains that come into Switzerland. Most of the ECs have now been replaced by the modern Railjet trainsets. Thanks to my Maerklin (1:100), Roco, RailTop, LSM and Liliput models, I have been able to recreate many of those train consists in HO.

Regards

Mike C
Offline river6109  
#64 Posted : 15 December 2011 14:38:43(UTC)
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A lucky new edition to my collection:

Maerklin OeBB Rh 1020 33221

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Offline river6109  
#65 Posted : 17 December 2011 09:45:40(UTC)
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2 old timer

Rh 1189 & Rh 1080

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Offline Rinus  
#66 Posted : 23 December 2011 09:37:50(UTC)
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Finaly got your Rh1020!

I've got a roco and I'm looking for a 2nd one.

Rinus
Offline Rinus  
#67 Posted : 23 December 2011 09:45:49(UTC)
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Rh 1044 pulling the Orient-Express Paris - Bucharest (1983).

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D286 (Naples -/ Lecce-/ Meran-) Rome - Munich (- Frankfurt), Hall, Tyrol, Feb. 1984 (WS
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TEE Mediolanum Milan - Munich, Austrian 1044, FS consist, near Jenbach, Tyrol, December 1983
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Taken from the great site: http://www.trains-worldexpresses.com/200/208.htm

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Offline river6109  
#68 Posted : 23 December 2011 10:02:42(UTC)
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Rinus,

Great Photos, thanks.
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Offline Rinus  
#69 Posted : 02 January 2012 22:53:03(UTC)
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Blauer Blitz
Offline Rinus  
#70 Posted : 29 January 2012 09:25:59(UTC)
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Found some nice pics on flickr of the Rh 4024 talent.

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Offline Rinus  
#71 Posted : 09 March 2012 09:53:34(UTC)
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A new visitor on the Brenerbahn layout!

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Review will follow soon.

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Offline BrandonVA  
#72 Posted : 09 March 2012 12:58:18(UTC)
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What a great looking livery!
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Offline Rinus  
#73 Posted : 10 March 2012 07:32:29(UTC)
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Thank you!

And here the prototype:

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Offline river6109  
#74 Posted : 10 March 2012 07:44:18(UTC)
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Blauer Blitz


this diesel railcar was called the Blauer Blitz ( blue Thunder)

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Offline river6109  
#75 Posted : 10 March 2012 07:46:54(UTC)
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A new visitor on the Brenerbahn layout!

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Review will follow soon.

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Rinus,

is this a Roco or Maerklin model ?

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Offline Rinus  
#76 Posted : 10 March 2012 07:50:52(UTC)
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Hi John,

Its a Roco, my 2nd.

This one is from the 2012 new items. Ita has factory assembled sound Love .

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Offline Rinus  
#77 Posted : 16 March 2012 08:54:19(UTC)
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Offline river6109  
#78 Posted : 16 March 2012 11:43:06(UTC)
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Rinus,

I can re-produce this picture with my locos but not the carriages and maybe the scenery.

Nice photo

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Offline Rinus  
#79 Posted : 16 March 2012 14:59:55(UTC)
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Hi John,

Yeah it sure is. Two of my favourite loco's. I have them both too.

Rinus
Offline river6109  
#80 Posted : 18 April 2012 06:14:44(UTC)
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Hi Austrian Fans and other Sound of music followers,

Just found this website and you may find it interesting

http://www.bahn-austria.at/k_startseite.htm

regards.,

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Offline mike c  
#81 Posted : 18 April 2012 07:00:39(UTC)
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Here is a photo of two of my OBB coaches (Memoba/LSM 97202) WLABm ex-CNL and (RailTop 32515) Bcmz, both in upgrading livery. These coaches are part of my consist of the EN "Wiener Walzer" which consists of coaches from Zuerich to Budapest with coaches to Salzburg/Prague and Vienna in the consist.

The full consist includes a mix of OBB and MAV coaches. In previous calendar years, it also included SBB Bcm couchette coaches (Roco 44976) that now belong to RAlpin, the Swiss ROLA company. The MAV coaches run the full route. The OBB couchette and sleeper coaches make up two sections, one that is detached in Salzburg and goes on to Prague, the other which is detached in Vienna.

The full consist can be seen here: http://www.reisezuege.ch...action=5&znummer=467

The images still show the double deck sleepers in their original blue livery (LSM 47001). They have since been repainted in the current "Upgrading" livery.
The lok for the Zuerich-Buchs segment is a Re 4/4II. For the Austrian segment, the lok is usually a Taurus (1016/1116 or 1044).

Regards

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Offline Goofy  
#82 Posted : 18 April 2012 09:14:34(UTC)
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Here is one good old steamlocomotiv from era 1.
Full metal with sounds and smockestack! ThumpUp

www.brawa.de/produkte/h0...lok-reihe-178-kkstb.html
Offline Rinus  
#83 Posted : 27 April 2012 18:31:45(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: mike c Go to Quoted Post
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Here is a photo of two of my OBB coaches (Memoba/LSM 97202) WLABm ex-CNL and (RailTop 32515) Bcmz, both in upgrading livery. These coaches are part of my consist of the EN "Wiener Walzer" which consists of coaches from Zuerich to Budapest with coaches to Salzburg/Prague and Vienna in the consist.

The full consist includes a mix of OBB and MAV coaches. In previous calendar years, it also included SBB Bcm couchette coaches (Roco 44976) that now belong to RAlpin, the Swiss ROLA company. The MAV coaches run the full route. The OBB couchette and sleeper coaches make up two sections, one that is detached in Salzburg and goes on to Prague, the other which is detached in Vienna.

The full consist can be seen here: http://www.reisezuege.ch...action=5&znummer=467

The images still show the double deck sleepers in their original blue livery (LSM 47001). They have since been repainted in the current "Upgrading" livery.
The lok for the Zuerich-Buchs segment is a Re 4/4II. For the Austrian segment, the lok is usually a Taurus (1016/1116 or 1044).

Regards

Mike C


Impressive coaches Mike!

Now if you would ship them over to me I'd be willing to put a decent Rh 1044 in front! Wink Wink Wink

Rinus
Offline Rinus  
#84 Posted : 27 April 2012 18:33:43(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Goofy Go to Quoted Post
Here is one good old steamlocomotiv from era 1.
Full metal with sounds and smockestack! ThumpUp

www.brawa.de/produkte/h0...lok-reihe-178-kkstb.html


I like it more than their öbb talent.
Offline Rinus  
#85 Posted : 25 May 2012 07:38:12(UTC)
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Hi all,

Another ÖBB loco will be reinforcing my collection soon.

I've laid my hand on another Marklin Rh 1012. This time the 1012-002 (37308). The Rh1012-003 (37309) was allready in my collection.

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EBAY ITEM LINK

It will be pulling a Rollende Landstrasse train on the Brennerbahn together with here sisterThumpUp

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Pictures found on http://www.rolandrail.net/special/special007.htm

Regards,

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#86 Posted : 25 May 2012 07:50:49(UTC)
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Hi Rinus,

Very colourful pictures, thankyou.

regards
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Offline river6109  
#87 Posted : 25 May 2012 08:42:37(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: mike c Go to Quoted Post
UserPostedImage

Here is a photo of two of my OBB coaches (Memoba/LSM 97202) WLABm ex-CNL and (RailTop 32515) Bcmz, both in upgrading livery. These coaches are part of my consist of the EN "Wiener Walzer" which consists of coaches from Zuerich to Budapest with coaches to Salzburg/Prague and Vienna in the consist.

The full consist includes a mix of OBB and MAV coaches. In previous calendar years, it also included SBB Bcm couchette coaches (Roco 44976) that now belong to RAlpin, the Swiss ROLA company. The MAV coaches run the full route. The OBB couchette and sleeper coaches make up two sections, one that is detached in Salzburg and goes on to Prague, the other which is detached in Vienna.

The full consist can be seen here: http://www.reisezuege.ch...action=5&znummer=467

The images still show the double deck sleepers in their original blue livery (LSM 47001). They have since been repainted in the current "Upgrading" livery.
The lok for the Zuerich-Buchs segment is a Re 4/4II. For the Austrian segment, the lok is usually a Taurus (1016/1116 or 1044).

Regards

Mike C


Well Rinus suggested he could run these carriages with his 1044 I can put a 1116, 1043, 1042, 1010, 1014 in the back of them.BigGrin

regards.,

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Offline Rinus  
#88 Posted : 25 May 2012 10:41:15(UTC)
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Hi John,

Did not knew you had a 1042. I have two of them too! Great puller isn't it?

Just in case Mike will not be impressed enough to lend us his coaches: I 'll put 2 x 1044 + 2 x 1042 and 2 x 1020 in front together with your 1116, 1043, 1042, 1010, 1014 in the back of them!BigGrin

Would be a great picture! Love Love

Rinus
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#89 Posted : 25 May 2012 11:48:17(UTC)
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Rinus,

I was looking at new the Rivarossi BBOe loco 1073 but heard not so impressive comments about it.

Some comments have been made similar to Mike's comments about the authenticity of some of the details.

BBOe 1073

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Offline Rinus  
#90 Posted : 11 June 2012 10:25:51(UTC)
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Hi all,

Lots of idea's but lack of funding. I guess we have to deal with it.

This leaves me often thinking about which models to buy in the future.

Here is my wishlist:
1. Roco Rh 1144 in Wortmark livery (new version, which sould be fantastic)
2. Roco or Jägerndorfer Rh 1116 (I'm in doubt which one is best)
3. Roco Br 185 Locomotion
4. Jägerndorfer Rh 4020 (has some theething problems, have to wait for re-tooled version)
5. Piko Rh 4030 Blauer Blitz
6. Roco Rh 2143 (currently under development - expected 2013)

When posible with sound of course.


Looking forward to your thoughts!

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#91 Posted : 14 June 2012 17:42:19(UTC)
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My latest converted edition to the Austrian stock of locos.

ÖBB 1020 024-4 with the following alterations:

1.) five pole motor with ballbearing
2.) Cab interior
3.) Cab interior light
4.) loco driver
5.) ESU Sound decoder
6.) ESU Adapterplate
7.) ESU 28mm loudspeaker
8.) Roco electric uncoupler
9.) moved oerhead & track switch plate
10.) added markerlights = front & rar led's
11.) added headlights with led's
12.) added railing on front and eventual back of loco

here is a sole drive of the loco


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Offline Rinus  
#92 Posted : 17 June 2012 17:16:22(UTC)
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Hi John!

Thanks for your movie!

Ist the loco's sound on? Mine sound a bit different.

Any purchases scheduled?

Rinus
Offline river6109  
#93 Posted : 20 June 2012 11:39:35(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Rinus Go to Quoted Post
Hi John!

Thanks for your movie!

Ist the loco's sound on? Mine sound a bit different.

Any purchases scheduled?

Rinus


Rinus,

no sound decoder as yet, but all the coonections are ready to connect one.

Have you explored the Austrian forum ? this is if you speak German

some of the members have a very good knowledge of Austrian locos and the latest discussion is about the ÖBB Rh 1073 from Rivarossi, some fantastic scratchbuildings from older steam locos and photos from older electric Arlberg freight locos (Rh 1080) from about 1928

Purchases: I'm tossing up between Rh 93 for A$ 149.00, Rh 1073 and the Rh 16.08

a website withlots of Austrian steam locos, diesels and electrics

http://www.google.com.au...amp;biw=1366&bih=568

John

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Offline pyxa69  
#94 Posted : 20 June 2012 17:45:28(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Rinus Go to Quoted Post
Hi all,

Another ÖBB loco will be reinforcing my collection soon.

I've laid my hand on another Marklin Rh 1012. This time the 1012-002 (37308). The Rh1012-003 (37309) was allready in my collection.

UserPostedImage

EBAY ITEM LINK

It will be pulling a Rollende Landstrasse train on the Brennerbahn together with here sisterThumpUp

UserPostedImage

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Pictures found on http://www.rolandrail.net/special/special007.htm

Regards,

Rinus


Hi everyoneBigGrin one of a last pictures where pulling a freight, flat wagons with trucks, if you could see a passenger wagon.
If im not mistaken ROCO use to produce similar restaurant/sleeping wagon for those freight sets.
But i have a short memery Blushing anyone by any chance remember a number of that wagon?
MaRkLiN rules
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#95 Posted : 20 June 2012 19:22:40(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Rinus Go to Quoted Post
Hi all,

Another ÖBB loco will be reinforcing my collection soon.

I've laid my hand on another Marklin Rh 1012. This time the 1012-002 (37308). The Rh1012-003 (37309) was allready in my collection.

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It will be pulling a Rollende Landstrasse train on the Brennerbahn together with here sisterThumpUp

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Pictures found on http://www.rolandrail.net/special/special007.htm

Regards,

Rinus


Hi everyoneBigGrin one of a last pictures where pulling a freight, flat wagons with trucks, if you could see a passenger wagon.
If im not mistaken ROCO use to produce similar restaurant/sleeping wagon for those freight sets.
But i have a short memery Blushing anyone by any chance remember a number of that wagon?



Märklin has had a model 4232 (as had Roco 45305) in a livery of DB AG as seen on the picture in this link.
This DB AG coach is a couchette (Liegewagen) Bcm 247 is the marking on the Roco model.

On the photos from the Brennerbahn in Tirol, it looks more like an ordinary ÖBB TS2 sleeping coach that has been produced by Roco 64756 (ÖBB and TEEN logos) and a long time ago by Märklin 4155 (TEEN logo). A coach of that type is seen here.
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#96 Posted : 22 June 2012 18:27:34(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: river6109 Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: Rinus Go to Quoted Post
Hi John!

Thanks for your movie!

Ist the loco's sound on? Mine sound a bit different.

Any purchases scheduled?

Rinus


Have you explored the Austrian forum ? this is if you speak German

some of the members have a very good knowledge of Austrian locos and the latest discussion is about the ÖBB Rh 1073 from Rivarossi, some fantastic scratchbuildings from older steam locos and photos from older electric Arlberg freight locos (Rh 1080) from about 1928

Purchases: I'm tossing up between Rh 93 for A$ 149.00, Rh 1073 and the Rh 16.08


John


Hi John! I work in a german/dutch company so the german language is familiar to me Cool .

You meant bahnforum.info?

Yes I certainly have. Nice forum, very informative. Allthough they share a common sort of humor I don't quite understand.

I was a member once for some time, but the inability to see or upload pictures or start topics, when being in a junior rank, did not encouraged me to participate. I could not see the pictures in the link you sent me earlier of the guy building a piece of the Brennerbahn too. Too bad. Besides that I keep an eye on there discussions about new models.

About your list, i'd say I'd pick this one. Full options of course Drool :

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This is must be the coolest looking machine ever!ThumpUp

Rinus
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#97 Posted : 27 June 2012 22:04:33(UTC)
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Hi everyone,

Today we are in the Inn valley, Province of Tyrol, freight train ÖBB Rh 1010 and an ÖBB Rh 1141 at the rear going towards the Brennerpass.


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#98 Posted : 28 June 2012 16:28:20(UTC)
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Hallo ÖBB troopers.

Today the train journey continuous east into Styria and the beautiful Selztal, Rh 1016 is heading towards Bruck/Mur and Vienna with an expresstrain from Salzburg.
Another one followed soon afterwards with a Rh 1043.

2 hours later another Rh 1016 appeared but with drastic consequences, the loco derailed and the Pantograph got tangled with the overheadwire.
To tell you the truth it was the other way around.

This delayed us for hours and not to waste any time I took some nightphotos




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Offline Rinus  
#99 Posted : 23 August 2012 20:53:29(UTC)
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New öbb sleepers from LS Models Razz Razz Razz

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#100 Posted : 24 August 2012 08:18:06(UTC)
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Rinus,

if you are interested in the Memoba/LS Models OBB Sleepers (ex-CNL), I saw that Memoba still has it listed on the website.

Regards

Mike C
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