Prototype: 5 different design German Federal Railroad (DB) for a freight train with passengers (GmP). 1 2nd class coach Bie "blunderbuss", 1 baggage car LPwPost, 1 boxcar go 20 in a reddish brown color (former Bavarian milk truck), 1 boxcar go 20 in an off-white color (former Bavarian milk truck), 1 gondola Omms55. All of the cars in operating condition at the 1958th
Model: Covered freight car go 20 (former Bavarian milk truck) without hand brakes, with barrel roof and Heizkupplungen. Each 2 scheduled kicks below the sliding doors. Open goods wagon with truss rods and without handbrake. Loaded with mining timber. All cars have different car numbers and come individually packaged and labeled. Total length over the buffers 61.3 cm. DC wheel set per car 2 x 2 x 700 580 or 32376004 (trolleys).
- Redesign of the former two-axle milk truck Bavarian design with barrel roof.
- Typical freight train with passengers (GmP).
One-time series. milk truck Bavarian style to 1958. special freight cars were procured in Bavaria for the milk traffic and especially designed for the transport of milk cans. The path is so transported the milk churns the Bavarian dairy farmers who brought the wagon or tractor to the nearest station their products. The car ran with in scheduled passenger trains, which previously allowed the rapid transport of perishable milk to the dairies in the city. It was not until the late 1950s, increasingly passed the early 1960s the milk transport in Bavaria on the truck traffic, the Me Dolly became redundant, then they were, however, other tasks such as cargo services. Characteristic of the car was its bright paint, which in the summer should keep the temperature inside within limits. Another typical feature formed on each side of the two narrow, opposing sliding doors. As the cars were not loaded by forklift or hand truck, sufficed narrow doors. For manual loading of 40 l milk jugs ensured a ride-loading Schaffner or local staff or even the anliefernde farmer himself. Several skids were inside to keep the milk cans. Through the two doors on each side of the car the corresponding loading work could be done relatively quickly in the short stays of passenger trains. Further, it was possible to pre-sort the auszuladenden milk jugs during driving, and to provide one of the two doors to the discharge. Since the milk trolley was usually carried in passenger trains, he had an air brakes system Westinghouse, electrical cables and Dampfheizleitungen. Thus, the current behind the milk car coaches could also be heated. To keep the milk while driving somewhat cool, reported on the wooden boards on the front sides slits, so that the wind could whistle through the car''s interior. A stay in milk Dolly developed as a drafty matter. This freight car set fits well with the tender steam locomotives of Class 64 and 86 as a motive power.