Schreiber-Bogen Card modeling Berlin S-Bahn 1:87


Item number 587

Item ID 4580


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Schreiber-Bogen Card modeling Berlin S-Bahn 1:87

To cut colored model and stick together

Material: paper, cardboard

Number of sheets: 4.5

Difficulty: 2

Unit: 1:87 H0

Additionally necessary: ​​paper scissors, glue

Helpful tools: scalpel, bone folder, small clamps and needles for fixing

The manufacturer classifies his models in five levels of difficulty one:

"Children Model": very light and with childlike motifs
"0": beginners model
"1": Easy
"2": Medium
"3": Heavy

Berlin train ET / EB / ES 165
The Berlin tram has a long history behind it. Even their development was a lengthy process with various experimental and previous models. 1927/1928 were asked then the first series trains in service, when it came to provide for the large electrification of the city, ring and suburban railways enough trains. On each side of the city workers were four evenly over the car length distributed double sliding doors, even then with air-operated door closing. In between there four seat compartments with four seats. The trains ran as a two-car units (quarter train) with a top speed of up to 80 km / h. large numbers were used by the car, one that took up a then unusual method: It was the same car in several car factories build: in Kassel, Cologne, Görlitz, Breslau and Bautzen and in Spandau branch of Orenstein & Koppel. A total of 638 railcars, 465 control cars and 173 sidecar the city workers came together so over time. The electrical system of the car completed the Reichsbahn repair shop Schönweide. In 1942, the control cars were rebuilt in a sidecar and after the war the sidecar were again driving car. The late sixties, there were major changes: The trains were converted to one-man operation. That is, they only took the driver without conductor. In this connection, dual headlights were installed instead of the individual headlamp, visible as on the model. In this form, the city workers were to 1997 in normal driving conditions. With a rally to Ostkreuz station, the series rail service to around 70 years was adopted by thousands of passengers on 21 December 1997th Some features were then even until 2000 the go. Anyone interested in the history of the Berlin S-Bahn interested can visit the Internet addresses of the association Historic train www.hisb.de or the Berlin S-Bahn-Museum (www.s-bahn-museum.de). The S-Bahn museum also has its own showrooms.

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