Covered freight train baggage car type Pwghs 54, of the Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB), Ep.3 The model is equipped with interior lighting as standard. The doors of the model can be opened.
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Freight train baggage car Pwghs 54 - the prototype
In the mid-1950s, the ever-increasing volume of goods and the obsolescence of the Pwg, some of which were still from the days of the state railway, led to a significant shortage of freight train baggage cars. Here, too, the complete processing of the old Pwg proved to be uneconomical and a new purchase was not financially feasible. The Pwghs 54 was therefore based on the Gms 54. This was not provided with ventilation hatches, but was given a toilet and a driver's compartment that was accessible from the front. If necessary, these Pwghs 54 could easily be converted into G-Wagons. 1,200 Pwghs 54s were built by the late 1950s. The vehicles used in the express freight service were provided with a red Ã¢ EÃ¢ on a white background on the sides of the wagon. It was only with increasing diesel and e-traction that the freight train luggage wagons gradually became superfluous.
In addition to the standard equipment, the Pwg naturally has a decoder with USP memory for flicker-free interior and exterior lighting, which can be switched separately in digital operation.Freight train baggage car Pwghs 54 - The model
This model offers among other things
The Lenz Spur 0 freight wagons are as true to the original as possible and have, among other things: