Edition model diesel locomotive V 662, Mittelweserbahn, Ep.6
Translated Description from LENZ:
The Role Models
Due to the need for small shunting locomotives, the DB had the V 60 developed at the beginning of the 1950s; There were pre-series models from Krupp, Krauss-Maffei, Mak and Henschel. The first V 60 were put into service in the mid-1950s and were manufactured by almost all well-known locomotive manufacturers.
Of the almost 950 V 60s built, a good 620 machines with the same friction load were listed in the number range 260 from 1968 onwards. Some machines received a reinforced frame and thus a higher friction weight and were given the number 261. The locomotive has been classified as a small locomotive since 1987 and is therefore assigned to the number range 360 or 361.
In the mid-1980s, Krauss-Maffei converted the 260/261 to radio remote control (first attempts had already been made in 1962), the serial locomotives with remote control were given the designations 364 and 365. The original 12-cylinder Maybach has been replaced since the early 1990s by a Caterpillar Engine. Most locomotives are still in use today.The models V60, BR 260, BR 360 new editions with revised drive
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