Please Note: Our KM1 Modellbau images may only show a representative model of a class/series. Please check the product description for actual color, era, details and other options for each stock number. Please contact us before ordering if you have any questions.
The model is made of plastic-composite construction, prototypical detailing and lettering, spring buffers, screw couplings may be exchanged for KM1 double hook clutch or claw coupling, both sides prototypical profiled wheels, many mounted parts, complete replica of the brake system and car body inside, profiled on both sides hump plates, minimum radius 1020mm, length over buffers 22.8 cm, weight about 0.5kg.
Technical changes, aesthetic and detail changes we reserve!
The example of the iron coal wagons "Schwerin" was built from 1892 to 1913 in a number of 43,223 copies. As early as 1910, the Prussian axle brackets and axle bearings were replaced by those of the association type. The locked versions of the O 02 had a wheelbase of 3.30 meters and were equipped with spindle brakes, brakeman and brakeman's platform. The original rod buffer were later replaced by buffer sleeve. At DB, these cars were up in the 1970s in use. Especially for coal transportation, bulk cargoes and Schlcek this type of wagon was used. The picture was not indispensable in many railway depots and freight trains.