Ge 6/6 I Electric Locomotive LGB - 23407 (G Scale) BE Quick or Miss out
Electric locomotive Ge 6/6 I | Gauge G
In 1921 - 100 years ago - the first RhB crocodiles, the Ge 6/6 I series electric locomotives, were delivered by SLM in Winterthur. With an output of 800 kW and a top speed of 55 km / h, the 66-ton locomotives fully met the requirements of the time, so that a total of 15 of them were used. From the 1980s onwards, they were replaced by more modern locomotives, so that today only 2 units - albeit very well cared for ones - are in use in front of special trains, but also in regular service in front of historic cars.
Model of the crocodile 415, which is still in use as a museum locomotive today.
Two powerful Bühler motors with ball bearings.
Many faithful sounds functions.
Pantographs can be raised and lowered in digital operation.
This is a model of an electric locomotive of the Ge 6/6 I series of the RhB, the legendary crocodile. The paint scheme and lettering are from Era VI, road number 415, just like a locomotive still exists today. Driven by 2 powerful Bühler motors, traction tires. Equipped with an mfx / DCC sound decoder with many light and sound functions. Pantograph with drive, can be raised and lowered in digital mode. Many fine details on the superstructure and chassis, driver's cab doors that can be opened.
Length over the buffers 56 cm.
The 30341 and 30342 passenger cars, the 43814 boxcar and the 36658 set of 2 Pullman cars are available to go with this locomotive. Together with these wagons, a train can be put together that is still regularly in use on the RhB network today.