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Offline nevw  
#1 Posted : 16 March 2020 11:41:35(UTC)
nevw

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s there a List, data base that shows what carriages or wagons a Loco would haul. say a BR 01 was used for xxx and used these type of carriages In the YYYY area they may have been engage in freight and typical wagon type would be.....

Is there such a beast around?

TIA
NN
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Offline jvuye  
#2 Posted : 16 March 2020 12:08:05(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: nevw Go to Quoted Post
s there a List, data base that shows what carriages or wagons a Loco would haul. say a BR 01 was used for xxx and used these type of carriages In the YYYY area they may have been engage in freight and typical wagon type would be.....

Is there such a beast around?

TIA
NN


Hi Nev!
In practically all Märklin catalogs of yesteryears , such a table was published , mainly as a suggestion to buy more rolling stock (It worked for me as I have way more cars and coaches than locos!)
BR 01 would not very often be seen at the head of a freight train thoughWink but I'm sure photos can be found of such an event;

When I'm in need for "inspiration" for a prototypical composition I start by looking at Eisenbahn Stiftung Galerie

At least it is a "start".

Cheers

Jacques
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Offline river6109  
#3 Posted : 16 March 2020 12:23:48(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: jvuye Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: nevw Go to Quoted Post
s there a List, data base that shows what carriages or wagons a Loco would haul. say a BR 01 was used for xxx and used these type of carriages In the YYYY area they may have been engage in freight and typical wagon type would be.....

Is there such a beast around?

TIA
NN


Hi Nev!
In practically all Märklin catalogs of yesteryears , such a table was published , mainly as a suggestion to buy more rolling stock (It worked for me as I have way more cars and coaches than locos!)
BR 01 would not very often be seen at the head of a freight train thoughWink but I'm sure photos can be found of such an event;

When I'm in need for "inspiration" for a prototypical composition I start by looking at Eisenbahn Stiftung Galerie

At least it is a "start".

Cheers

Jacques


If I remember correctly Nev is now into N-Gauge and the nearest to this would be Trix , the question is do they have all the passenger from an era whereas the BR 01 was operating within. there are Hecht carriages, which are narrower at the ends, than you get the next era with 2 doors for 2nd class and 1 door for 1st class and last the standard carriages of 26.4m with dining car,

John

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Offline nevw  
#4 Posted : 16 March 2020 13:21:56(UTC)
nevw

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John, THe question is not for me but another who has N and HO. The HO is DC or DCC and MARKLIN. (Poor. fellow)
I should have mentioned this before.
He. He has been into Marklin for about 10 years. He mentioned , this afternoon, how that he could not find what type of Rolling stock a specific loco may have pulled. Either Passenger or Freight or maybe both.
This is beyond the BR01 as this was just an example. . Looking at all German locos.

NN
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Offline RayF  
#5 Posted : 16 March 2020 13:49:59(UTC)
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A good source of information is the photo sites on the internet, such as http://www.railfaneurope.net and https://www.bahnbilder.de/

On these sites you can search for specific locos, and very often in the photos you can see the kind of trains they would be used for. You can also search for wagons and coaches and see what locos are pulling them.

I hope this is useful.
Ray
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Offline DaleSchultz  
#6 Posted : 16 March 2020 20:47:41(UTC)
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Over all time, (almost) every loco type has probably been coupled to every type of rolling stock.

It would be easier to answer, what locos have never pulled each type of rolling stock?

Most of the "never ever coupled" table would probably be correlated to the coupling types, (Eg ICE to Umbau) and since the model makers tend to also model the larger coupler types differently, a pretty safe bet would be that if the models use the same coupler, the trains probably had a real life example of that combination.

For typical running, anything of the same era for sure.

For more classic running, as suggested, the catalogs can give guidance.
Dale
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Offline thing fish  
#7 Posted : 16 March 2020 21:33:14(UTC)
thing fish

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Originally Posted by: nevw Go to Quoted Post
s there a List, data base that shows what carriages or wagons a Loco would haul.


Hi,

You can also check http://railpictures.net too; one of the best online prototype photo databases there is. You can choose countries, locos, companies, etc. Very good search facility for cars as well.

Cem.
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Offline RayF  
#8 Posted : 17 March 2020 10:28:59(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: thing fish Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: nevw Go to Quoted Post
s there a List, data base that shows what carriages or wagons a Loco would haul.


Hi,

You can also check http://railpictures.net too; one of the best online prototype photo databases there is. You can choose countries, locos, companies, etc. Very good search facility for cars as well.

Cem.


Yes, I forgot that one.

For modern Era prototype pics I also go to:

https://www.railcolor.net for the up to date electrics and diesels (eg. https://www.railcolor.ne...sic/adtranz_33174_81.jpg )

https://www.rangierdiesel.de for shunters (eg. https://www.rangierdiese...ion=image&position=1 )
Ray
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Offline rbw993  
#9 Posted : 17 March 2020 13:03:36(UTC)
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Youtube videos are a great source of information. You can view the actual trains running. I use them for Era V Swiss compositions.

Roger
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Offline Agneaux  
#10 Posted : 26 March 2020 05:52:45(UTC)
Agneaux

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The BR01 is an express passenger loco.

So it seems likely that express passenger carriages that match the era of the BR01 model in question, would be the appropriate rolling stock.
Anything ending with 4ü is a likely candidate for the Era II version.

I couldn't see these locos being used to haul freight until the 1960s or 1970s, if ever. I might be wrong on that.

I've found that historic photos often debunk common myths, so check the suggested photo sites anyway.
They always enjoyable, regardless.
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