Electric locomotive, class 147, of Deutsche Bahn AG (DB AG), epoch VI.
Model with built-in, load-controlled digital decoder and factory-ready sound.
Prototypically painted and labeled. Used windows. Die-cast metal chassis. 5-pole motor with flywheel. Drive on all four axles with two traction tires. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 with link mechanism.
White / red LED three-light top lighting, changing with the direction of travel. The model is modeled on a lighted train destination display.
In May 2013, Deutsche Bahn announced that it had signed a framework agreement with Bombardier, which provided for the delivery of up to 450 electric Traxx locomotives of various types. Under this framework contract, Bahn AG called 110 vehicles for DB Cargo (as BR 187.1) as well as 20, adapted to the special requirements of local transport P160AC3 for DB Regio (as BR 147). The first copies of the innovative public transport locomotive have already been to the DB region Württemberg delivered. From the state capital of Stuttgart, the traffic-red, 160 km / h machines in front of trains to Karlsruhe, Heilbronn and Osterburken are currently proving their power and versatility. The FLEISCHMANN novelty comes with all the relevant details that distinguish the regional train from the freight train variant. These include the illuminated train destination indicator and the four frontal UIC cans. As an example, FLEISCHMANN also chose a Stuttgart copy with the distinctive, beaded side walls without flex panels.
Loknummer 9180 6147 014-5 D-DB (short 147 014) Built 2016 by Bombardier Tr., Kassel (formerly Henschel & Sohn), Fab.-Nr. KAS 35104 Acceptance 16.12. 2016 First Bw: Stuttgart Owner Regio AG Baden-Württemberg Lok is still in service today.
This model is not a toy. Not suitable for children under 14 years!