DSB Train Set 26617 - Marklin - (HO Scale)
DSB" train set
To completely replace the shunting operation with steam locomotives, the Danish State Railways (DSB) also required a corresponding number of small locomotives in the 1960s. After a successful trial run of a DB-Köf II in 1963/64, the DSB ordered twenty similar Køf from Frichs in Aarhus with the numbers 251-270, which were delivered in 1966. In principle, they were a copy of the German models with small changes such as the English Leyland engine and a more elegant design of the driver's cab. At the beginning of 1967 the DSB ordered another 20 Køf from Frichs with the numbers 271-290 and some improvements such as a completely closed driver's cab with windows and doors (later improved on the first series). Some of these small locomotives are still in use in Denmark today.
Prototype: Danish State Railways (DSB) type: Köf II small diesel locomotive and two type Kbs two-axle stake cars. Köf II in an orange / grey basic colour scheme with a closed driver's cab. The car looks as it did at the end of the 1990s.
Play world digital decoder mfx + and extensive sound functions.
With the new Telex coupling at the front and rear, each can be switched separately.
Model: The diesel locomotive has an mfx + digital decoder and extensive sound functions. 2 axles powered. With track holding magnets to improve traction. New Telex couplings at the front and rear, each separately digitally switchable. The triple headlights and two red marker lights change over with the direction of travel, will work in conventional operation, and can be controlled digitally. The headlights on locomotive ends 2 and 1 can each be switched off separately in digital mode. Double A light function. Each stake car comes with 12 sets of disk wheels for prototypical loading. 16 stanchions each for the long sides and 4 stanchions for the front sides are also included for insertion. Total length over the buffers approx. 39.5 cm.