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As early as the 1920s, DRG [Deutsche Reichsbahn-Gesellschaft] procured passenger coaches in a steel construction design that were particularly intended for use on secondary routes. In contrast to carriages for main routes which boasted a wheel base of 8.5 m, these carriages only measured 6.2 m. Due to the lack of financial resources, only a small amount of carriages were procured and were primarily used in the Silesian network as trailer cars to the ET 89. The concept was picked up once again at the end of the 1930s. Following a trial range in a rivet construction design, a greater quantity of Ci wagons and Civ carriages were procured for use with diesel railcars. One of the domains of such vehicles is the Nuremberg Reichsbahn directorate. Numerous trailer cars in various designs are kept in stock for the two and four-axle combustion-driven railcars vehicles that are used here. Here, the riveted secondary line coaches from the 1920s were deployed behind diesel railcars as the inventory evidence from the Nuremburg directorate preserved in the Nuremberg Museum proves.
- Wheelsets in toe bearing
- Originally reproduced, three-dimensional frame body
- Individually mounted axle box cover
- Brake shoes in wheel plane
- Extra mounted steps
- Separately mounted axle brake rod
- Extra mounted brake system
- Extra mounted Wendler-ventilators
- True-original interior fittings
- Wheelchocks attached
- True-to-epoch different spring buffers
- Fine engravings and rivets
- Coupler Pockets with Close Coupling Mechanism
- Detailed Interior