The electric locomotives of the class Ge 4/4 III are the most modern locomotives of the RhB and can be seen in front of all Zugarten. With an output of 2,400 kW and a top speed of 100 km/h, they meet all the requirements of working on a mountain railway. In recent years, the RhB has begun to modernize the locomotives delivered from the mid-90s - on the one hand, the electronics are renewed and thus brought up to date, on the other hand, the locomotives receive modern LED headlights, and the originally installed signal horns are replaced by a compressed air whistle. Modernized in this way, the locomotives will continue to be in use for another 20 to 25 years.
Model of the electric locomotive of the class Ge 4/4 III with the operating number 644 of the RhB. This locomotive is on the road with a special colour scheme that draws attention to the world record attempt with 25 Capricorn multiple units in October. Faithful colouring and inscription of epoch VI. All 4 wheelsets are driven by two powerful Bühler engines. Equipped with an mfx/DCC decoder with many light and sound functions. Roof pantograph motor-driven, digitally switchable. Length over buffer 65 cm.
Have you heard about the special version LGB model of a cl Ge 4/4 III Electric Locomotive with advertising for the world record attempt of the longest train!