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Austrian narrow gauge - HOe

 

 

ÖBB   MzB     BD4iph/s 4430-4   Ep6       "40 Jahre Stängl Modellbahnen"     order # 729-630-ST

 

 

ÖBB     2095.03   Ep3         order # 205-303

From 1958, the ÖBB bought a series of 600 HP BoBo narrow gauge diesel locos.   The first three, 2095.01~2095.03
retained steam boiler heating (for coaches) and other detail different from the later 2095.04~2095.15.
The second batch were intended for cosists with "Webasto" coach heating.
All locomotives of this series are still in service, presently on the Pinzgauerbahn and Mariazellerbahn.

 

ÖBB     2095.01   Ep3         order # 205-301

ÖBB     2095 002-8         order # 205-502-A

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ÖBB     2091.03   Ep3c         order # 201-303-E

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ÖGLB (ex ÖBB)     2190.01   Ep6         order # 201-303-E

"Walter" - in restored original livery - Ybbstalbahn

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5090 Railcars

To see examples of model liveries, click the picture.

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"Krimmler"   coaches
- including all three types of coach :-
2nd,   'B'  ;     and two types of   2nd with luggage compartment,   'BD'
 
The coaches were built between 1937 and 1949, and were the first all-steel narrow gauge coaches.
Many nicknames were used, but they became universally knowl as Krimmler, named after the line
Zell/See-Krimml (Pinzgaubahn), where they were first used in service.
Deliveries started with 6 coaches, the 2nd class coach presently numbered B4ip/s 3050, and the combined
passenger/baggage coaches BD4ip/s 4260~4264.  Then from 1940, the other twelve coaches were delivered,
which are today's B4ip/s 3060~3069 and BD4ip/s 4265 and 5500.
Over time, modifications had been made; mainly the installation of half-windows and Webasto heating.
The coaches were mainly used on the Pinzgaubahn, the Ybbstalbahn; but also the Bregenzerwald-Bahn
and Steyrtal-Bahn until those lines were closed.
BD4ip/s 4261 made a brief 'excursion' to the Waldviertler Schmalsputbahn.
  All 18 coaches are still in use.  

A wide range of liveries and coach numbers will all become available.
To see some examples of model liveries, click the picture.
To see what is currently available go to   Ferro-Train in HOe in Latest arrivals   - or click here now.

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Hsm 181~184
 
In the late 1980s 4 StLB sliding wall wagons were modernised emerging as Hsm181~184. They were used initially in the Mur Valley.
In 2011, due to the large number of passengers with bicycles in Oberpinzgau the SLB hired wagon Hsm184 - initially for a season.
fter some adjustments in the Häusl workshop , it emerged as Bicycle Wagon Hs701.
It was frequently used "sandwiched" between a pair of 5090 railcars.
Additionally, Hsm183 is now SLB Hs702.
Hsm182 remains on the StLB, but has been modified and re-liveried as a bicycle wagon - should its use be required on the Murtalbahn.
Hsm181 is the only wagon still in its original livery.

To see some examples of model liveries, click the picture.
To see what is currently available go to   Ferro-Train in HOe in Latest arrivals   - or click here now.

Ballast Wagon - Brass Model
 
Eight Ballast Wagons were built utilising the chassis of type Sm/s wagons.
3 wagons were assigned to Ybbstalbahn, 4 to Mariazell and, 1 to PLB.   The PLB wagon is now with SLB.

To see some examples of model liveries, click the picture.
To see what is currently available go to   Ferro-Train in HOe in Latest arrivals   - or click here now.

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