Roco RO42500 4.60 Qtd:



Escala H0 (1:87)










  Roco RO5100003 157.90 Qtd:




Conjunto de iniciação analógico: Comboio de Natal
Composto por locomotiva a vapor + Carruagem de passageiros com teto removível + Vagão lateral médio
Comando e transformador analógico
Circuito oval ROCO Line com 150 x 100 cm


Analogue start set: Christmas train
- LED headlight
- Passenger coach: With removable roof
- Goods wagon: With four individually-removable side walls
- Sticker sheet enclosed
- Track oval in snowy look
- 1:45 scale models Contents: 1 steam locomotive 1 hood roof passenger coach 1 medium-high side wagon 1 electronic manual regulator 1 plug-in power supply ROCO LINE track layout (with bedding): 12 curved tracks R3, 1 straight track G½, 1 feeder track (G½) Size of track layout: approx.
110 x 100 cm Merry Christmas - with the ROCO Christmas train Children’s eyes shining; memories of yesteryear – with the Christmas train from ROCO, your Christmas fairy tale comes true!
This set includes a steam locomotive, a passenger coach and an open goods wagon with side walls ideal for loading.
All the models are neatly painted and perfectly printed.
A comprehensive sheet of stickers is included for creative designing fun with the family for easy personalisation of your train!
The track oval in snowy look is perfect for running your train around your Christmas tree at home!








  Roco RO5110004 335.90 Qtd:


Escala H0 (1:87)


z21 start digital set: Diesel locomotive class 211 with crane train of the German Federal Railway.

- Height-adjustable crane boom
- Crane structure can be swivelled 360 degrees Contents: 1 diesel locomotive class 211 1 crane with protection wagon 1 personnel carrier 1 z21 start 1 Z21 multiMAUS 1 mains plug ROCO LINE track oval (with bed): 12 curved tracks R2, 9 straight tracks G1, 1 straight track G½, 1 connection track (G½) Space requirement: approx.
215 x 100 cm The z21 is a modular construction digital system:
- Begin with the Z21 start control centre and the Z21 multiMAUS.

- Retrofit possible using the WLAN router and activation code, art.
no.
10814, thus allowing the use of a smartphone, tablet PC, Z21 WLANMAUS 10813 and computer (software-supported model railway control centre).

- If you have your own WLAN router and are familiar with WLAN networks, then the activation code 10818 is all you need for the retrofit mentioned above.








  Roco RO5110005 419.90 Qtd:


Escala H0 (1:87)


z21 start digital set: Diesel locomotive class 2016 with a Eurocity express train of the Austrian Federal Railways.
Contents: 1 diesel locomotive class 2016 2 Eurofima coaches, length scale 1:100 1 z21 start 1 Z21 multiMAUS 1 mains plug ROCO LINE track layout (with bed): 12 curved tracks R2, 9 straight tracks G1, 1 straight track G½, 1 connection track (G½) Space requirement: approx.
215 x 100 cm The z21 is a modular construction system:
- Begin with the Z21 start control centre and the Z21 multiMAUS.

- Retrofit possible using the WLAN router and activation code, art.
no.
10814, thus allowing the use of a smartphone, tablet PC, Z21 WLANMAUS and computer (software-supported model railway control centre).

- If you have your own WLAN router and are familiar with WLAN networks, then the activation code 10818 is all you need for the retrofit mentioned above.








  Roco RO5500004 1057.80 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 1149,9€





Escala H0 (1:87)
Conjunto de 7 peças da composição Nightjet da OBB

O conjunto Inclui: 2 carraugens cama tipo WLAmz, 3 carruagens de transporte de passageiros tipo Bcmz, 1 carruagem multifunções tipo ABbmpvz, e 1 dummy de unidade motora tipo Bfmpz.

- Conjunto extremamente detalhado
- Modelo à escala 1:87
- Boggies completamente redesenhados
- Interiores detalhados
- Luzes invertem consoante o sentido de marcha
- Modelo licenciado pela OBB

Época VI. 2137mm








  Roco RO5510004 1379.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 1499,9€





Escala H0 (1:87)
Conjunto de 7 peças da composição Nightjet da OBB

O conjunto Inclui: 2 carraugens cama tipo WLAmz, 3 carruagens de transporte de passageiros tipo Bcmz, 1 carruagem multifunções tipo ABbmpvz, e 1 dummy de unidade motora tipo Bfmpz.

- Com iluminação interior
- Com iluminação na cabine do maquinista
- Conjunto extremamente detalhado
- Modelo à escala 1:87
- Boggies completamente redesenhados
- Interiores detalhados
- Luzes invertem consoante o sentido de marcha
- Modelo licenciado pela OBB

Época VI. 2137mm








  Roco RO5520004 1379.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 1499,9€





Escala H0 (1:87)
Conjunto de 7 peças da composição Nightjet da OBB

O conjunto Inclui: 2 carraugens cama tipo WLAmz, 3 carruagens de transporte de passageiros tipo Bcmz, 1 carruagem multifunções tipo ABbmpvz, e 1 dummy de unidade motora tipo Bfmpz.

- Com iluminação interior
- Com iluminação na cabine do maquinista
- Conjunto extremamente detalhado
- Modelo à escala 1:87
- Boggies completamente redesenhados
- Interiores detalhados
- Luzes invertem consoante o sentido de marcha
- Modelo licenciado pela OBB

Época VI. 2137mm








  Roco RO5540001 393.20 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 399,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Trainset with diesel locomotive 2095 005 with a freight train with passenger transport (FwP) of the Austrian Federal Railways.
Consisting of one diesel locomotive class 2095, one 2-axis narrow gauge ribbed cars type Bi/s, two 4-axis narrow gauge stake wagons type SSm/s and a 4-axis covered narrow gauge freight train type GGm/s.

- Typical train reproduction of a mixed passenger train (FwP) as it embodied narrow gauge railways in Austria for many years
- Locomotive with “Waidhofen an der Ybbs” coat of arms
- Stake wagon with computer number







  Roco RO5550001 521.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 529,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Trainset with diesel locomotive 2095 005 with a freight train with passenger transport (FwP) of the Austrian Federal Railways.
Consisting of one diesel locomotive class 2095, one 2-axis narrow gauge ribbed cars type Bi/s, two 4-axis narrow gauge stake wagons type SSm/s and a 4-axis covered narrow gauge freight train type GGm/s.

- Typical train reproduction of a mixed passenger train (FwP) as it embodied narrow gauge railways in Austria for many years
- Locomotive with “Waidhofen an der Ybbs” coat of arms
- Stake wagon with computer number
- With switchable high beam and shunting light and driver’s cab lighting in digital mode







  Roco RO6200002 184.30 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 199,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set with three Eurofima express train coaches of the Czech State Railways.
The set consists of one 1st/2nd class Eurofima express train coach type ABmz 346, one 2nd class Eurofima express train coach type Bmz 226 and one 2nd class Eurofima express train coach type Bmz 229 with children's cinema.

- Prototypical window frame in different colours
- One coach featuring children's cinema lettering
- Bogies of different types







  Roco RO6200004 55.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 52,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Express train coach 1st class, type A8 of the National French Railways.

- Ostbahn coach







  Roco RO6200005 55.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 52,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Express train coach 2nd class, type B11 of the National French Railways.

- Art.
No.
6200006: Changed running number
- Ostbahn coach







  Roco RO6200006 55.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 52,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Express train coach 2nd class, type B11 of the National French Railways.

- Version with decorative stripes
- Art.
No.
6200007: Changed running number
- Ostbahn coach







  Roco RO6200007 55.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 52,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Express train coach 2nd class, type B11 of the National French Railways.

- Version with decorative stripes
- Art.
No.
6200006: Changed running number
- Ostbahn coach







  Roco RO6200008 55.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 52,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Express train coach 1st/2nd class with baggage compartment, type A3B4D of the National French Railways.

- Ostbahn coach
- Finally back in the ROCO programme







  Roco RO6200009 169.00 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 179,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set 1 with three passenger coaches belonging to the German State Railway.
Consisting of a 3-axle Reko seating coach of the type Bage, one 2-axle Reko seating coach of the type Baage and one 3-axle Reko goods wagon of the type Dage.

- Suitable for the DR steam locomotive class 38, (Art.
No.
71381, 71382, 79382)







  Roco RO6200010 147.20 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 152,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set 2 with two passenger coaches and one express goods wagon belonging to the German State Railway.
Consisting of a 3-axle Reko load coach of the type Bagtre, one 2-axle Reko seating coach of the type Baage and one covered goods wagon with brakeman’s platform of the type Gms.

- Suitable for the DR steam locomotive class 38, (Art.
No.
71381, 71382, 79382)







  Roco RO6200019 214.20 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 232,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set 1 with three Intercity coaches of the Deutsche Bahn.
Mold variant!
Consisting of one 1st class large-capacity coaches type Apmmz 126.
2, one 2nd class service coach type Bvmmsz 187.
2 and one large-capacity coach type Bpmmbdz 284.
1.

- 1st class coach with rubber bulge transitions for the first time
- Train route Frankfurt am Main–Westerland/Sylt
- With separately attached WiFi antennas
- All coaches in actual inscriptions







  Roco RO6200020 285.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 310,5€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set 2 with four Intercity coaches belonging to the German Federal Railways.
Consisting of one 1st class compartment coach type Avmmz 106, one on-board bistro/1st class coach type Arkimmbz 288 and two 2nd class large-capacity coaches type Bpmmbdz 284.

- Train route Frankfurt am Main–Westerland/Sylt
- With separately attached WiFi antennas
- All coaches in actual inscriptions







  Roco RO6200026 220.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 239,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)
Conjunto Jaffa-Express composto por 4 carruagens de passageiros da OBB

- Ideal para acompanhar as máquinas 7500023, 7510023, 7520023

Época IV. 1088mm








  Roco RO6200027 169.00 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 179,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)
Conjunto Jaffa Express composto por 3 carruagens de passageiros da OBB

- Pela primeira vez uma carruagem mista de 1ª/2ª classe verde
- Ideal para acompanhar as máquinas 7500023 , 7510023, 7520023

Época IV. 816mm








  Roco RO6200031 264.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 287,6€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set with four 2nd class express train coaches of the type Y/B 70 of the Hungarian State Railways.

- Historic museum coach
- Suitable for diesel locomotive M62, Art.
no.
7300029, 7310029







  Roco RO6200032 184.30 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 199,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set 1 with three EuroCity coaches of the Cisalpino.
Consisting of one 1st class EC coach type Apm and two 2nd class EC coaches type Bpm.

- Cisalpino livery without blue stripes Cisalpino AG, founded in 1993, was a railway company based in Muri near Berne.
It was a joint venture between SBB and Trenitalia.
Cisalpino, abbreviated to CIS, represented both the company name and the trains operated by it.
The company used standard trains hauled by locomotives for several railway connections running between Switzerland and Italy.
These were mainly formed using EuroCity large-capacity coaches of the SBB as well as other coach types of the FS.
Some of these received a Cisalpino livery.








  Roco RO6200033 184.30 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 199,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set 2 with three EuroCity coaches of the Cisalpino.
Consisting of one 1st class EC coach type Apm and two 2nd class EC coaches type Bpm.

- Cisalpino livery without blue stripes Cisalpino AG, founded in 1993, was a railway company based in Muri near Berne.
It was a joint venture between SBB and Trenitalia.
Cisalpino, abbreviated to CIS, represented both the company name and the trains operated by it.
The company used standard trains hauled by locomotives for several railway connections running between Switzerland and Italy.
These were mainly formed using EuroCity large-capacity coaches of the SBB as well as other coach types of the FS.
Some of these received a Cisalpino livery.








  Roco RO6200034 211.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 229,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set 1 with three commuter coaches of the Deutsche Bahn from the Stuttgart region in mint-turquoise and light grey livery.
Consisting of one 1st/2nd class coach type ABn 417.
0, one 2nd class coach type Bn 447 and one control cab coach type BDnrzf 463 with 2nd class and baggage compartment.

- Coach condition as at the end of the 1990s
- Control cab coach in the Hannover conversion from 1989
- Seating coach Bn and ABn in the OFV conversion
- 1st class design features large compartment, individual seats and side aisle (OFV version 1)
- Prototypical reproduction of the alternating non-opening window arrangement on the Bn and ABn
- Finely-detailed bogies on the Bn and ABn with block brake and axle generator; the BDnrzf features a disk brake, sandboxes and an Indusi magnet
- Control cab coach with PluX22 interface
- Suitable for electric locomotive 110 504, items 7500017, 7510017, 7520017







  Roco RO6200035 123.30 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 124,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set 2 with two commuter coaches of the Deutsche Bahn from the Stuttgart region.
Consisting of one 2nd class coach type Bn 719 and one 2nd class coach type Bnr 725 in "Silberling" design.

- Coach condition as at the end of the 1990s
- Elaborate printing in typical peacock-eye pattern
- Both coaches feature ocean-blue longitudinal girders
- Finely-detailed bogies with block brake (Bn) or disc brake (Bnr) each with axle generator
- Suitable for electric locomotive 110 504, Art.
No.
7500017, 7510017, 7520017







  Roco RO6200036 184.30 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 199,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)
Conjunto de 3 carruagens de passageiros checoslovacas

- Ideal para acompanhar a Máquina 7100005/7110005
- Com interiores detalhados
- Preparadas para receber iluminação interior

Época III/IV. 758mm








  Roco RO6200037 130.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 133,4€




Escala H0 (1:87)
Conjunto de 2 carruagens de passageiros checoslovacas

- Ideal para acompanhar a Máquina 7100005/7110005
- Com interiores detalhados
- Preparadas para receber iluminação interior

Época III/IV. 482mm








  Roco RO6200038 96.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 94,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)
Conjunto de 2 carruagens de passageiros da DB de 1ª/2ªclasse

- Ideal para acompanhar com as máquinas 71379, 71380, 79380

Época IV. 310mm








  Roco RO6200039 96.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 94,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)
Conjunto de 2 carruagens de passageiros da DB de 2ªclasse

- Ideal para acompanhar com as máquinas 71379, 71380, 79380

Época IV. 310mm








  Roco RO6200041 79.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 76,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


"Halberstädter" express train coach 1st class, type Am of the railway company of the German Democratic Republic (Deutsche Reichsbahn).
Form variation!

- City express livery
- For the first time side walls with continuous rain gutter
- New shape bogies of the type Görlitz V modified
- Free-standing handle rails
- Retrofittable buffer beam
- Art.
No.
6200042: Changed running number







  Roco RO6200042 79.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 76,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


"Halberstädter" express train coach 1st class, type Am of the railway company of the German Democratic Republic (Deutsche Reichsbahn).
Form variation!

- City express livery
- For the first time side walls with continuous rain gutter
- New shape bogies of the type Görlitz V modified
- Free-standing handle rails
- Retrofittable buffer beam
- Art.
No.
6200041: Changed running number







  Roco RO6200043 79.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 76,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


"Halberstädter" express train 2nd class coach, type Bm of the railway company of the German Democratic Republic (Deutsche Reichsbahn).
Form variation!

- City express livery
- For the first time side walls with continuous rain gutter
- New shape bogies of the type Görlitz V modified
- Free-standing handle rails
- Retrofittable buffer beam
- Art.
No.
6200044: Changed running number







  Roco RO6200044 79.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 76,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


"Halberstädter" express train 2nd class coach, type Bm of the railway company of the German Democratic Republic (Deutsche Reichsbahn).
Form variation!

- City express livery
- For the first time side walls with continuous rain gutter
- New shape bogies of the type Görlitz V modified
- Free-standing handle rails
- Retrofittable buffer beam
- Art.
No.
6200043: Changed running number







  Roco RO6200049 193.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 209,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Coach set with four "Plan D" passenger train coaches of the Netherlands State Railways.
Consisting of one 1st/2nd class coach, type AB, two 3rd class coaches, type C and one coach with dining and baggage compartment, type RD.

- Suitable for the electric locomotive series 1200, items 7500051, 7510051, 7520051







  Roco RO6200050 147.20 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 152,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)
Conjunto de 4 carruagens da OBB , 1 bagageira e 3 de 2ªclasse

- Conjunto ideal para acompanhar as máqinas 71393, 71394, 79394
Época III . 586mm








  Roco RO6200051 184.30 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 199,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set 1 with three express train coaches for the D 377 “Hispania Express” of the German Federal Railway.
Consisting of a 2nd class compartment coach type Büm 234, a 1st class compartment coach type Aüm 203 and a semi-baggage car type BDüm 273.

- Coach condition as at the middle of the 1970s
- First Büm 234 built without steam heating (22-70 001)
- First BDüm 273 built without steam heating (82-70 001)
- With train destination sign Hamburg – Basel/Geneva
- Finely-detailed bogies The “Hispania Express” operated between Copenhagen from 1963, then between Hamburg and Port Bou from 1969.
In Germany, it was run from that time forward as an accelerated express train with a maximum speed of 160 km/h, as is otherwise only the case for TEE and F or IC trains.
The train is to be recreated in line with the 1976/77 timetable year prototype, as the “Hispania” hauled a particularly large number of 1st/2nd class coaches (ABüm) in that year.
These were the typical through coaches of the German Federal Railway.
In order to reach 160 km/h, the coaches, which included the first models in ocean blue/beige, largely had to be equipped with magnetic rail brakes.








  Roco RO6200052 202.30 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 219,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set 2 with three express train coaches for the D 377 “Hispania Express” of the German Federal Railway.
Consisting of a 2nd class compartment coach type Büm 234, a 1st/2nd class compartment coach type ABüm 225 and a dining coach type WRümz 135.

- Coach condition as at the middle of the 1970s
- First ABüm 225 built without steam heating (31-70 001)
- First WRümz 135 built with pantograph and TEE lettering (88-73 301)
- With train destination sign Hamburg – Geneva
- Finely-detailed bogies The “Hispania Express” operated between Copenhagen from 1963, then between Hamburg and Port Bou from 1969.
In Germany, it was run from that time forward as an accelerated express train with a maximum speed of 160 km/h, as is otherwise only the case for TEE and F or IC trains.
The train is to be recreated in line with the 1976/77 timetable year prototype, as the “Hispania” hauled a particularly large number of 1st/2nd class coaches (ABüm) in that year.
These were the typical through coaches of the German Federal Railway.
In order to reach 160 km/h, the coaches, which included the first models in ocean blue/beige, largely had to be equipped with magnetic rail brakes.








  Roco RO6200053 184.30 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 199,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set 3 with three express train coaches for the D 377 “Hispania Express” of the German Federal Railway.
Consisting of a 2nd class compartment coach type Büm 234 and two 1st/2nd class compartment coaches type ABüm 225.

- Coach condition as at the middle of the 1970s
- Last ABüm 225 built (31-70 215)
- With train destination sign Hamburg – Port Bou/Chur
- Finely-detailed bogies The “Hispania Express” operated between Copenhagen from 1963, then between Hamburg and Port Bou from 1969.
In Germany, it was run from that time forward as an accelerated express train with a maximum speed of 160 km/h, as is otherwise only the case for TEE and F or IC trains.
The train is to be recreated in line with the 1976/77 timetable year prototype, as the “Hispania” hauled a particularly large number of 1st/2nd class coaches (ABüm) in that year.
These were the typical through coaches of the German Federal Railway.
In order to reach 160 km/h, the coaches, which included the first models in ocean blue/beige, largely had to be equipped with magnetic rail brakes.








  Roco RO6200055 127.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 129,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)
Conjunto de 3 carruagens de passageiros + furgão bagageiro da SNCF

- Réplica de um comboio de passageiros autêntico da época III
- Furgão bagageiro com portas deslizantes
- Ideal para acompanhar as máquinas 71385, 71386, 79386

Época III. 641mm








  Roco RO6200056 237.20 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 257,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)
Conjunto Zwickau de 3 carruagens de passageiros da DR + furgão

Época IV. 949mm








  Roco RO6200057 180.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 194,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)
Conjunto Zwickau de 2 carruagens de passageiros da DR + carruagem restaurante

Época IV. 752mm








  Roco RO6200058 169.00 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 179,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)
Conjunto de 3 carruagens de passsageiros PKP

- Ideal para acompanhar as máquinas 70107, 70108, 78108

Época IV. 723mm








  Roco RO6200059 147.20 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 152,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set with three passenger coaches of the Polish State Railways.
Consisting of one 1st/2nd class passenger coach type ABiy, one 2nd class passenger coach type Biy with open end platforms and one 2nd class passenger coach type Biy with closed entrance areas.

- Operation condition 1956







  Roco RO6200060 79.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 76,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Dining coach, type WRdun, of the Polish State Railways.

- Factory paint with yellow WARS logo
- With the prototypical modified front ends and entrance area of the Bautzen type; prototypical roof
- Free-standing handle rails
- Finely-detailed bogies
- Retrofittable buffer beam
- With prototypical interior fittings







  Roco RO6200061 74.30 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 71,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Sleeper design Y/B-70 type WLABd of the Polish State Railways.

- Operating condition 1989–90
- Use in international night train transport







  Roco RO6200062 74.30 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 71,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Sleeper design Y/B-70 type WLABd of the Polish State Railways.

- Operating condition 1990–91
- Use in international night train transport







  Roco RO6200066 229.90 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 249,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set with two double-decker coaches of the Deutsche Bahn.
Consisting of one 1st/2nd class double-decker coach type DABpza and one 2nd class double-decker control car type DBpbzfa.

- Design as S3 train of the Dresden suburban railways, VVO (Verkehrsverbund Oberelbe)
- Both coaches equipped with interior lighting ex-works
- With function decoder for white/red light changes in analogue and digital mode
- With switchable high beam, driver’s cab and train destination display lighting in digital mode
- DC current version







  Roco RO6200103 113.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 113,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Double decker coach type DBpz of Länderbahn GmbH.

- Train destination: Munich Central Station
- Coaches equipped with interior lighting and buffer condenser
- DC current version







  Roco RO6200104 113.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 113,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Double decker coaches type DBpz of Länderbahn GmbH.

- Train destination: Hof Central Station
- Coaches equipped with interior lighting and buffer condenser
- DC current version







  Roco RO6200106 209.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 227,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set with two double-decker coaches type DBpza of metronom Eisenbahngesellschaft mbH.

- All coaches with LED interior lighting perfectly adapted to the model for optimum illumination
- DC current version







  Roco RO6200107 113.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 113,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Double-decker coach type DBpza of metronom Eisenbahngesellschaft mbH.

- With quiet coach lettering
- Coach with LED interior lighting perfectly adapted to the model for optimum illumination
- Ideal supplement to the sets with art.
no.
6210105, 6200106
- DC current version







  Roco RO6210001 161.00 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 169,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


IC control cab coach, type Bpmmbdzf 286.
3 of the Deutsche Bahn.
Completely new design 2023!

- Finely detailed windscreen wipers
- In actual inscriptions
- Elaborate, multicoloured interior fittings
- Train route Frankfurt am Main–Westerland/Sylt
- In digital mode with switchable high beam as well as driver’s cab and control panel lighting At the beginning of the 1990s, DB began developing control cab coaches for long-distance transit.
The initial 75 control cab coaches were built by converting passenger coaches from the Halberstadt production site.
After delivery of the first two series, PFA Weiden began production of twelve pressurized IC control cab coaches.
These coaches are designated Bpmbdzf 297.
3 to distinguish them from the “conventional” type.
After the conversion within the scope of the “IC mod overhaul”, the control cab coach vehicle number was retained, but its designation became Bpmmbdzf 286.
3.
The additional “m” in the type designation stands for modernisation.
This version of all these coaches is still in IC/EC service.








  Roco RO6210105 334.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 363,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set with three double-decker coaches of metronom Eisenbahngesellschaft mbH.
Consisting of one double-decker coach type DBpza, one double-decker coach type DBdpza with bicycle wagon lettering and one double-decker control car type DABpbzkfa with multi-purpose coach lettering.

- Newly designed models
- Control car with digitally switchable headlight, tail light and high beam, driver’s cab lighting and train destination display
- All coaches with LED interior lighting perfectly adapted to the model for optimum illumination
- Many details such as design adaptations, vending machine area, bicycle racks including bicycles, perforated air intakes with visible air conditioning units in the roof
- With up-to-date lettering for the first time: MULIT-PURPOSE COACH, BICYCLE COACH and QUIET COACH
- DC current version







  Roco RO6220001 161.00 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 169,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


IC control coach, type Bpmmbdzf 286.
3 of the Deutsche Bahn.
Completely new design 2023!

- Finely detailed windscreen wipers
- In actual inscriptions
- With separately attached WiFi antennas
- Bicycle stand replicated free-standing
- Elaborate, multicoloured interior fittings
- Train route Frankfurt am Main–Westerland/Sylt
- In digital mode with switchable high beam as well as driver’s cab and control panel lighting At the beginning of the 1990s, DB began developing control cab coaches for long-distance transit.
The initial 75 control cab coaches were built by converting passenger coaches from the Halberstadt production site.
After delivery of the first two series, PFA Weiden began production of twelve pressurized IC control cab coaches.
These coaches are designated Bpmbdzf 297.
3 to distinguish them from the “conventional” type.
After the conversion within the scope of the “IC mod overhaul”, the control cab coach vehicle number was retained, but its designation became Bpmmbdzf 286.
3.
The additional “m” in the type designation stands for modernisation.
This version of all these coaches is still in IC/EC service.








  Roco RO6220066 229.90 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 249,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set with two double-decker coaches of the Deutsche Bahn.
Consisting of one 1st/2nd class double-decker coach type DABpza and one 2nd class double-decker control car type DBpbzfa.

- Design as S3 train of the Dresden suburban railways, VVO (Verkehrsverbund Oberelbe)
- Both coaches equipped with interior lighting ex-works
- With function decoder for white/red light changes in analogue and digital mode
- With switchable high beam, driver’s cab and train destination display lighting in digital mode
- AC current version







  Roco RO6220103 118.00 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 118,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Double decker coaches type DBpz of Länderbahn GmbH.

- Train destination: Munich Central Station
- Coaches equipped with interior lighting and buffer condenser
- AC current version







  Roco RO6220104 118.00 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 118,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Double decker coaches type DBpz of Länderbahn GmbH.

- Train destination: Hof Central Station
- Coaches equipped with interior lighting and buffer condenser
- AC current version







  Roco RO6220105 349.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 379,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set with three double-decker coaches of metronom Eisenbahngesellschaft mbH.
Consisting of one double-decker coach type DABpza, one double-decker coach type Dbpbzfa with bicycle wagon lettering and one double-decker control car type DABpbzkfa with multi-purpose coach lettering.

- Newly designed models
- Control car with digitally switchable headlight, tail light and high beam, driver’s cab lighting and train destination display
- All coaches with LED interior lighting perfectly adapted to the model for optimum illumination
- Many details such as design adaptations, vending machine area, bicycle racks including bicycles, perforated air intakes with visible air conditioning units in the roof
- With up-to-date lettering for the first time: MULIT-PURPOSE COACH, BICYCLE COACH and QUIET COACH
- AC current version







  Roco RO6220106 218.80 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 237,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set with two double-decker coaches type DBpza of metronom Eisenbahngesellschaft mbH.

- All coaches with LED interior lighting perfectly adapted to the model for optimum illumination
- AC current version







  Roco RO6220107 118.00 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 118,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Double-decker coaches type DBpza of metronom Eisenbahngesellschaft mbH.

- With quiet coach lettering
- Coaches with LED interior lighting perfectly adapted to the model for optimum illumination
- Ideal supplement to the sets with art.
no.
6220105, 6220106
- AC current version







  Roco RO6230001 52.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 49,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)










  Roco RO6240001 176.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 189,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set with three twin-axle narrow gauge ribbed cars type Bi of the Austrian Federal Railways.
Form variation!

- One coach with sliding windows
- Use on the local Pinzgau railway
- Suitable for steam locomotive class 399, art.
no.
7140001, 7150001







  Roco RO6240002 127.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 129,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set with three 2nd class 4-axle narrow gauge passenger coaches type B4ip/s “Ötscherbär” of Niederösterreichische Verkehrsorganisationsgesellschaft.

- Current operating condition
- One coach in “Bärenland” design
- Separately attached rails







  Roco RO6600001 50.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 47,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Four-axle sliding-wall wagon type Habins of the Green Cargo.








  Roco RO6600004 40.30 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 37,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Open freight wagon type Eas of the Czechoslovak State Railways.

- Ideal for the collection of complete train sets







  Roco RO6600017 38.20 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 35,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Tank wagon of the type Uh of the Polish State Railways.








  Roco RO6600033 118.80 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 119,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Articulated double-pocket wagon type Sdggmrs 738/T3000e of the Austrian Federal Railways (Rail Cargo Wagon).

- Wagon made from die-cast metal
- Loaded with two Rail Cargo Group 45’ swap bodies
- Can be variably equipped with standing or folded shunting handle
- With perforated protective grilles and openwork shunter’s platform
- Prototypical model of bogie The Megatrailer pocket wagon “T3000” is the advancement of the type T2000.
The loading compartment has been adapted to the low-lying vehicle parts of the Megatrailer.
However, trailers of an older design as well as interchangeable containers and containers up to a length of 7.
82 m can also be loaded onto it.








  Roco RO6600034 118.80 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 119,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Articulated double-pocket wagon, type Sdggmrs 738/T3000e of TX Logistik.

- Loaded with two truck trailers of the forwarders DSV
- Wagon made from die-cast metal The Megatrailer pocket wagon “T3000” is the further development of the type T2000.
The loading compartment has been adapted to the low-lying vehicle parts of the Megatrailer.
However, trailers of an older design as well as interchangeable containers and containers up to a length of 7.
82 m can also be loaded onto it.








  Roco RO6600035 118.80 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 119,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Articulated double-pocket wagon, type Sdggmrs 738/T3000e of EUROWAGON.

- Loaded with two truck trailers of the forwarders Intercombi Logistics
- Wagon made from die-cast metal The Megatrailer pocket wagon “T3000” is the further development of the type T2000.
The loading compartment has been adapted to the low-lying vehicle parts of the Megatrailer.
However, trailers of an older design as well as interchangeable containers and containers up to a length of 7.
82 m can also be loaded onto it.








  Roco RO6600036 118.80 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 119,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Articulated double-pocket wagon, type Sdggmrs 738/T3000e of NACCO.

- Loaded with two 20' containers and one 45' container
- Wagon made from die-cast metal
- Can be variably equipped with standing or folded shunting handle The Megatrailer pocket wagon “T3000e” is the further development of the type T2000.
The loading compartment has been adapted to the low-lying vehicle parts of the Megatrailer.
However, trailers of an older design as well as interchangeable containers and containers up to a length of 7.
82 m can also be loaded onto it.








  Roco RO6600038 44.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 41,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Covered goods wagon, type Glhs "Oppeln" of the German State Railway Company (DRG).

- Used for the transportation of weather-sensitive goods







  Roco RO6600041 100.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 99,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set with three stake wagons of the German State Railway Company (DRG).
Consisting of one wagon with brakeman's cab of the type R "Stuttgart" and two unbraked wagons of the type R "Stuttgart".

- One wagon with rod buffers
- Two wagons with spoked wheelsets







  Roco RO6600050 49.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 46,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Sliding tarpaulin wagon of the type Rilns of the Slovakian State Railway.

- Usage: For the transportation of weather-sensitive goods







  Roco RO6600051 118.80 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 119,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set with two 4-axle silo wagons of the type Uacns of the Holcim.

- For the first time with new "Holcim" logo
- Model with free-standing handle rails
- Perforated grids







  Roco RO6600052 52.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 49,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Dust silo wagon of the type Uacs, operated by the Austrian Federal Railways.

- Finely detailed model with many separately attached plug-in parts







  Roco RO6600053 72.30 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 69,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Double carrying wagon unit of the type Laabkkmms of the German Federal Railway.

- Loaded with Efkr containers of the company "Birkel"
- Finely-detailed design







  Roco RO6600054 164.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 173,7€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set with three 4-axle tank wagons "OMV", type Zans of Wascosa.

- Fine, free-standing handle rails
- Filigree walkway grids in perforated design The four-axle tank wagon with a capacity of 95 m³ is based on the prototype for the transportation of light oil-based products (paraffin, petrol, diesel, heating oil) and liquid chemicals.
Typical of this tank type is the lowered walkway grid at the transition point for loading hatch inspection.








  Roco RO6600055 34.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 31,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Covered freight wagon "BahnExpress", type Gbss of the Austrian Federal Railways.








  Roco RO6600056 62.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 59,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set with three freight wagons for the transportation of sawdust, type Fb of the Austrian Federal Railways.

- In 1980s operating condition, an ideal supplement for all ÖBB locomotives
- All coaches with different running numbers







  Roco RO6600057 118.80 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 119,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Articulated double-pocket wagon of the type 738/T3000e of the Deutsche Bahn.

- Wagon made from die-cast metal
- Loaded with four “DHL” swap bodies
- Featuring four movable folding bars per trough part
- Can be variably equipped with standing or folded shunting handle
- Prototypical model of bogie The Megatrailer pocket wagon “T3000” is the advancement of the type T2000.
The loading compartment has been adapted to the low-lying vehicle parts of the Megatrailer.
However, trailers of an older design as well as interchangeable containers and containers up to a length of 7.
82 m can also be loaded onto it.








  Roco RO6600058 39.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 36,8€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set with two open freight wagons, type Es of the Polish State Railways.

- Operating condition: 1975







  Roco RO6600059 44.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 41,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Covered freight wagon type Kdsth of the Polish State Railways.








  Roco RO6600060 47.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 44,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Rail transport wagon, type Pdks of the Polish State Railways.

- Loaded with rail profiles







  Roco RO6600061 39.20 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 36,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Telescopic covered wagon, type Shimmns of the Belgian State Railways.

- With consent from NMBS Train World







  Roco RO6600063 86.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 84,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Pocket wagon, type Sdgmns/T5 of Wascosa.
New design for 2024!

- Wagon made from die-cast metal
- Loaded with a trailer from the LKW Walter forwarding company
- Flexible equipment with standing or folded shunter's handle







  Roco RO6600065 86.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 84,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Pocket wagon, type Sdgmns/T5 of the Hupac.
New design for 2024!

- Wagon made from die-cast metal
- Loaded with a trailer from the Schöni forwarding company
- Flexible equipment with standing or folded shunter's handle







  Roco RO6600067 86.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 84,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Pocket wagon, type Sdgmns/T5 of Wascosa.
New design for 2024!

- Wagon made from die-cast metal
- Loaded with two tank containers from the Bertschi forwarding company
- Flexible equipment with standing or folded shunter's handle







  Roco RO6600068 140.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 144,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set 1 with four ore wagons, type Ud of the Swedish State Railways.

- Filigree models with separately attached parts
- With authentic ore load
- All wagons with different running numbers
- Art.
No.
6600069: modified running numbers
- Suitable for electric locomotive Rm, Art.
No.
7500048, 7510048, 7520048







  Roco RO6600069 140.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 144,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set 2 with four ore wagons, type Ud of the Swedish State Railways.

- Filigree models with separately attached parts
- With authentic ore load
- All wagons with different running numbers
- Art.
No.
6600068: modified running numbers
- Suitable for electric locomotive Rm, Art.
No.
7500048, 7510048, 7520048







  Roco RO6600070 44.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 41,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Gravel wagon, type Fccpps of VTG.








  Roco RO6600071 96.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 94,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set with three self-unloading wagons, type Fals of the Austrian Federal Railways.

- Each wagon features different running numbers
- Suitable for the formation of complete train sets







  Roco RO6600072 118.80 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 119,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Articulated double-pocket wagon type Sdggmrs/T2000 of Wascosa.

- Loaded with two truck trailers of forwarders Hofman
- Wagon made from die-cast metal
- With separate plug-in folding bars







  Roco RO6600073 116.20 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 116,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)
Conjunto de 4 vagões da K.P.E.V.

- Ideais para acompanhar a máquina 70035/70036

Época I. 376mm








  Roco RO6600074 96.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 94,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set with two mail wagons of the Netherlands State Railways.
Consisting of one mail wagon in prototypical design, type Hbbkkss and one covered freight wagon type Gs.








  Roco RO6600075 79.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 76,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set with three open freight wagons type Omm 34 of the German Federal Railways.

- Two wagons with plain bearing, one wagon with roller bearing
- All models with different running numbers







  Roco RO6600077 74.30 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 71,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Container carrier wagon type Sgnss, of the Austrian Federal Railways (Rail Cargo Wagon).

- Loaded with tank containers of the TWS Tankcontainer-Leasing







  Roco RO6600078 131.80 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 134,7€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set with three swivel roof wagons type Tdns of the CD Cargo.

- Fine treads, ladders and platform railings







  Roco RO6600081 44.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 41,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


2-axle sliding-wall wagon type Hbis of the Netherlands State Railways.








  Roco RO6600082 82.00 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 79,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set with two rolling roof wagons type Tms of the Italian State Railways.








  Roco RO6600084 39.20 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 36,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Open freight wagon type Vtp of the Czechoslovak State Railways.

- With brakeman’s cab







  Roco RO6600085 39.20 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 36,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Sliding tarpaulin wagon type Shimmns of the OnRail.








  Roco RO6600086 47.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 44,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Pressurised gas tank wagon type Zags, deployed by the German Federal Railway.








  Roco RO6600087 112.80 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 113,1€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set with three open freight wagons type Eas of Budamar Logistics.

- Ideal for the collection of complete train sets
- Free-standing handle rails







  Roco RO6600089 49.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 46,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Sliding tarpaulin wagon type Rilns of VTG.

- Rental wagon from VTG, deployed for SBB Cargo
- Finely-detailed design
-With separately attached handle rails
- Realistic structure of the tarpaulins
- Use: For the transportation of weather-sensitive goods







  Roco RO6600090 47.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 44,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Tank wagon, type Zas, of the Romanian National Railways.








  Roco RO6600091 164.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 173,7€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set with three 4-axle tank wagons type Zacns of Millet S.
A.
S.

- With different logos
- Finely-detailed models with many separately attached plug-in parts The four-axle tank wagon with a capacity of 95 m³ is based on the prototype for the transportation of light oil-based products (paraffin, petrol, diesel, heating oil) and liquid chemicals.
Typical of this tank type is the lowered walkway grid at the transition point for loading hatch inspection.








  Roco RO6600094 39.20 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 36,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


“Natronchemie” tank car, type Uh, deployed by the Netherlands State Railways.








  Roco RO6600095 49.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 46,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Sliding-wall wagon type Hbbillns of the Czech State Railways, CD Cargo business unit.

- Finely-detailed front and side walls
- Handles and actuating rods attached separately
- Prototypical undercarriage The twin-axle sliding-wall wagons type Hbbi(ll)ns(s) are currently the standard wagons in practically all European railway administrations.
This wagon is ideal for the transport of weather-sensitive, large-volume and palletised cargo.








  Roco RO6600096 62.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 59,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Sliding-wall wagon double unit type Himrrs 29 of PKP Cargo.

- Both wagons rigidly connected via a detachable drawbar







  Roco RO6600097 34.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 31,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Covered freight wagon, type Gg, of the Hungarian State Railway.








  Roco RO6600099 144.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 149,7€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set with two 4-axle stake wagons with Res design of the PKP Cargo.

- With new PKP Cargo logo
- Featuring movable swivel stakes
- Removable side loading walls







  Roco RO6600100 113.30 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 113,7€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set with three four-axle open freight wagons type Eanos of PKP Cargo.

- With new PKP Cargo logo
- Ideal for the collection of complete train sets
- For the transport of bulk goods or scrap







  Roco RO6600101 133.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 136,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)
Conjunto de 4 vagões da PKP

- Ideal para acompanhar as máquinas 70107, 70108, 78108

Época IV. 529mm








  Roco RO6600102 109.90 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 109,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set with three open freight wagons of the German State Railway (DRG 1937–1949).
Consisting of an open freight wagon type Ommr “Linz”, an open freight wagon type Ommru “Villach” and a open freight wagon with brakeman’s cab type Ommru “Villach”.
Suitable for diesel locomotive D311, art.
no.
70113, 70114, 78114







  Roco RO6600103 113.30 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 113,7€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set with three 4-axle open freight wagons type Eas 5948 of the railway company of the German Democratic Republic (Deutsche Reichsbahn).

- Finely detailed model with separately attached plug-in parts
- Delicately-crafted reproduction of wagon undercarriage
- With typical pressed sheet metal doors and round buffers
- Use: Transport of scrap metal, wood, used tyres and similar freight







  Roco RO6640003 77.20 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 74,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set with two 4-axle bicycle transport wagons of the type GGmh/s of the Austrian Federal Railways.

- Finely-detailed design with brakeman’s cab
- Moveable sliding doors







  Roco RO70035 240.80 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 244,9€





Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva a vapor da KPEV, classe T3
Analógica DC. Socket PluX16 para digitalização

Época I. 101mm








  Roco RO70036 363.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 369,9€




/
Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva a vapor da KPEV, classe T3
Digital DCC com sons completos de funcionamento

Época I. 101mm








  Roco RO70043 373.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 379,9€





Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva Belga a vapor da classe 52
Analógica DC. Socket PluX16 para digitalização

- Preparada para receber gerador de fumo (Seuthe No. 10)

Época III. 265mm








  Roco RO70044 501.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 509,9€




/
Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva Belga a vapor da classe 52
Digital DCC com sons completos de funcionamento

- Preparada para receber gerador de fumo (Seuthe No. 11)

Época III. 265mm








  Roco RO70057 240.80 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 244,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive EU46-523 (Vectron MS) of the PKP Cargo.

- Current PKP Cargo design
- Use in international freight transport
- Free-standing handle rails, in part made from metal
- Switchable headlight/tail light with DIP switch In 2022/23, PKP Cargo received five more Vectron MS locomotives.
Unlike the grey painted locomotives previously delivered, they received the blue PKP Cargo design.
They are approved for Poland, Germany, Austria, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary.








  Roco RO70058 363.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 369,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive EU46-523 (Vectron MS) of the PKP Cargo.

- Current PKP Cargo design
- Use in international freight transport
- Free-standing handle rails, in part made from metal
- With switchable high beam and individually switchable headlight or tail light and driver’s cab lighting in digital mode In 2022/23, PKP Cargo received five more Vectron MS locomotives.
Unlike the grey painted locomotives previously delivered, they received the blue PKP Cargo design.
They are approved for Poland, Germany, Austria, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary.








  Roco RO70064 260.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 264,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 193 997 of the TX Logistik.

- Model with elaborate printing exclusively from ROCO
- With striking horse design
- Roof equipment with two pantographs
- Use in international freight transport
- Switchable headlight/tail light with DIP switch
- In cooperation with Loc & More “We bring the power of 8,500 horses to the rails” is the slogan on the side walls of the Vectron multi-system locomotive.
The basic motif of the labelling is the hand-drawn silhouettes of horses.
The locomotive of railway transport company TX Logistik is rented from Railpool and is in use in Germany, Austria and Hungary.
It is already the third locomotive with an advertising motif alluding to the horsepower of freight train engines.








  Roco RO70065 383.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 389,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 193 997 of the TX Logistik.

- Model with elaborate printing exclusively from ROCO
- With striking horse design
- Roof equipment with two pantographs
- Use in international freight transport
- With switchable high beam and individually switchable headlight or tail light and driver’s cab lighting in digital mode
- In cooperation with Loc & More “We bring the power of 8,500 horses to the rails” is the slogan on the side walls of the Vectron multi-system locomotive.
The basic motif of the labelling is the hand-drawn silhouettes of horses.
The locomotive of railway transport company TX Logistik is rented from Railpool and is in use in Germany, Austria and Hungary.
It is already the third locomotive with an advertising motif alluding to the horsepower of freight train engines.








  Roco RO70107 373.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 379,9€





Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva a vapor da PKP, classe Ty2
Analógica DC. Socket PluX16 para digitalização

- Modelo extremamente detalhado
- Preparado para receber gerador de fumo ( Seuthe No. 10 )

Época III/IV. 265mm








  Roco RO70108 501.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 509,9€




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Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva a vapor da PKP, classe Ty2
Digital DCC com sons completos de funcionamento

- Modelo extremamente detalhado
- Preparado para receber gerador de fumo ( Seuthe No. 11 )

Época III/IV. 265mm








  Roco RO70113 373.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 379,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel-electric double locomotive D311.
01 of the Deutsche Wehrmacht (German Armed Forces).
Edition model!

- Double locomotive formed from two units fixed-coupled to each other; both units are equipped with a full engine
- Full reproduction of the transition area between the two units
- Elaborately reproduced engine room
- Finely-detailed model with many separately attached plug-in parts
- Large socket on front ends
- Frame trims with 8 sandboxes each
- Headlights depending on direction of travel and blackout lamps
- Perforated roof fan design
- Driver’s cab, driver's console and control box lighting as well as engine room lighting installed; switchable in digital mode In 1941 and 1942, a total of four type D 311 double locomotives were put into service by the Deutsche Wehrmacht.
The D 311.
01 a/b, also known as “Walli”, was used on the Crimean peninsula.
Along with its sister engine, the D 311.
02 a/b “Dora”, it manoeuvred the largest railroad gun ever built.
The locomotives D 311.
03 and 04 were intended for use with the “Schwerer Gustav 2” gun, and were probably put into service in West Germany.
The fifth and sixth double locomotives were ordered from Krupp, but ultimately could not be built due to war events.








  Roco RO70114 619.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 629,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel-electric double locomotive D311.
01 of the Deutsche Wehrmacht (German Armed Forces).
Edition model!

- Double locomotive formed from two units fixed-coupled to each other; both units are equipped with a full engine or sound decoder
- Full reproduction of the transition area between the two units
- Elaborately reproduced engine room
- Finely-detailed model with many separately attached plug-in parts
- Large socket on front ends
- Frame trims with 8 sandboxes each
- With blackout lamps
- Headlights on each side can be switched off separately
- Top headlight at front and rear separately switchable
- Perforated roof fan design
- Digital version with motor-driven fans
- Driver’s cab, driver’s console and control box lighting as well as engine room lighting switchable in digital mode
- “Dynamic Sound” package for improved depth of sound In 1941 and 1942, a total of four type D 311 double locomotives were put into service by the Deutsche Wehrmacht.
The D 311.
01 a/b, also known as “Walli”, was used on the Crimean peninsula.
Along with its sister engine, the D 311.
02 a/b “Dora”, it manoeuvred the largest railroad gun ever built.
The locomotives D 311.
03 and 04 were intended for use with the “Schwerer Gustav 2” gun, and were probably put into service in West Germany.
The fifth and sixth double locomotives were ordered from Krupp, but ultimately could not be built due to war events.








  Roco RO70117 373.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 379,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel-electric double locomotive V 188 002 of the German Federal Railway.
Edition model!
Form variation!

- Epoch IIIa design in green livery with roof superstructure
- Double locomotive formed from two units fixed-coupled to each other; both units are equipped with a full engine
- Full reproduction of the transition area between the two units
- Elaborately reproduced engine room
- Finely-detailed model with separately attached plug-in parts
- Frame trims with 4 sandboxes each
- 3 headlights depending on direction of travel and two red tail lights
- Perforated roof fan design
- Driver’s cab, driver’s console and control box lighting as well as engine room lighting In 1941 and 1942, a total of four type D 311 double locomotives were put into service by the Deutsche Wehrmacht.
They were constructed to haul heavy railroad guns.
Two locomotives, the V 188 001 a/b and the V 188 002 a/b, were retained by the German Federal Railway following the war.
A third locomotive was used to provide spare parts.
These locomotives proved their worth in heavy freight train and shunting services, mainly on the Spessart Ramp.
After damage to the generator, the V 188 001 was phased out in 1968.
The V 188 002, later the 288 002, remained in operation in the Franconian region until 1972.
Both machines were scrapped in 1973.








  Roco RO70118 619.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 629,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel-electric double locomotive V 188 002 of the German Federal Railway.
Edition model!
Form variation!

- Epoch IIIa design in green livery with roof superstructure
- Double locomotive formed from two units fixed-coupled to each other; both units are equipped with a full engine
- Full reproduction of the transition area between the two units
- Elaborately reproduced engine room
- Finely-detailed model with separately attached plug-in parts
- Frame trims with 4 sandboxes each
- 3 headlights depending on direction of travel and two red tail lights
- Perforated roof fan design
- Digital version with motor-driven fans
- Driver’s cab, driver’s console and control box lighting as well as engine room lighting switchable in digital mode
- “Dynamic Sound” package for improved depth of sound In 1941 and 1942, a total of four type D 311 double locomotives were put into service by the Deutsche Wehrmacht.
They were constructed to haul heavy railroad guns.
Two locomotives, the V 188 001 a/b and the V 188 002 a/b, were retained by the German Federal Railway following the war.
A third locomotive was used to provide spare parts.
These locomotives proved their worth in heavy freight train and shunting services, mainly on the Spessart Ramp.
After damage to the generator, the V 188 001 was phased out in 1968.
The V 188 002, later the 288 002, remained in operation in the Franconian region until 1972.
Both machines were scrapped in 1973.








  Roco RO70184 260.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 264,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel railcar class 650 of the Ostdeutschen Eisenbahn GmbH.

- Elaborately designed interior
- Ideal for branch line railways Adtranz (later known as Stadler Rail) developed four-axle regional railcars with diesel engines for use on branch lines.
These were sold under the name "Regio Shuttle" or "RS1" for short.
This vehicle concept proved particularly popular with private railways.
By 2013, almost 500 Regio Shuttles had been produced.
The RS1 locomotives are able to achieve a top speed of 120 km/h and, depending on the respective version, provide up to 101 seats and standing room for 94 people.








  Roco RO70185 383.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 389,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel railcar class 650 of the Ostdeutschen Eisenbahn GmbH.

- Elaborately designed interior
- Ideal for branch line railways
- Digitally switchable light and sound functions Adtranz (later known as Stadler Rail) developed four-axle regional railcars with diesel engines for use on branch lines.
These were sold under the name "Regio Shuttle" or "RS1" for short.
This vehicle concept proved particularly popular with private railways.
By 2013, almost 500 Regio Shuttles had been produced.
The RS1 locomotives are able to achieve a top speed of 120 km/h and, depending on the respective version, provide up to 101 seats and standing room for 94 people.








  Roco RO70188 260.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 264,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel railcar VT 121 of the Süd-Thüringen-Bahn.

- Version with central buffer coupling
- Ideal for branch line railways
- Elaborately designed interior In the year 2001, the first Süd-Thüringen-Bahn railcars rolled onto the rails in South Thuringia.
For operation on its railway lines, it has 37 vehicles of the type RS 1/Regio Shuttle by the company Stadler.
This diesel railcar providing approximately 70 seats, handicapped-accessible areas for wheelchairs and prams, bicycles etc, and a toilet is tailored specifically for regional traffic.








  Roco RO70189 383.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 389,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel railcar VT 121 of the Süd-Thüringen-Bahn.

- Version with central buffer coupling
- Ideal for branch line railways
- Elaborately designed interior
- Digitally switchable light and sound functions In the year 2001, the first Süd-Thüringen-Bahn railcars rolled onto the rails in South Thuringia.
For operation on its railway lines, it has 37 vehicles of the type RS 1/Regio Shuttle by the company Stadler.
This diesel railcar providing approximately 70 seats, handicapped-accessible areas for wheelchairs and prams, bicycles etc, and a toilet is tailored specifically for regional traffic.








  Roco RO70251 265.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 269,9€





Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva a vapor da DB, classe 23
Analógica DC. Socket de 8 pinos para digitalização

- Modelo altamente detalhado
- Inúmeros detalhes aplicados separadamente
- Preparada para receber gerador de fumo (Seuthe No. 10)

Época IV. 245mm








  Roco RO70252 388.30 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 394,9€




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Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva a vapor da DB, classe 23
Digital DCC com sons completos de funcionamento

- Modelo altamente detalhado
- Inúmeros detalhes aplicados separadamente
- Preparada para receber gerador de fumo (Seuthe No. 11)

Época IV. 245mm








  Roco RO70336 245.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 249,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 485 012 of the Swiss railway company BLS Cargo.

- Modern Alpinist design
- Pantographs with innovative fastening
- Separately attached plug-in parts
- Cowcatcher fastened to chassis
- Switchable headlight/tail light with DIP switch In 2001, the BLS Lötschbergbahn AG decided to order ten Traxx locomotives for cross-border freight transport.
The BLS Cargo locomotives with the Swiss designation Re 485 are technically identical with the SBB Cargo class Re 482 and the DB Cargo class 185 engines with additional Swiss package.
The remaining Ae 4/4 engines were retired from service when the Traxx locomotives were delivered between December 2002 and the middle of 2003.
The new engines are mainly used to haul transit freight trains from and to Germany.








  Roco RO70337 368.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 374,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 485 012 of the Swiss railway company BLS Cargo.

- Modern Alpinist design
- Pantographs with innovative fastening
- Separately attached plug-in parts
- Cowcatcher fastened to chassis
- With switchable high beam and individually switchable headlight or tail light in digital mode In 2001, the BLS Lötschbergbahn AG decided to order ten Traxx locomotives for cross-border freight transport.
The BLS Cargo locomotives with the Swiss designation Re 485 are technically identical with the SBB Cargo class Re 482 and the DB Schenker class 185 engines with additional Swiss package.
The remaining Ae 4/4 engines were retired from service when the Traxx locomotives were delivered between December 2002 and the middle of 2003.
The new engines are mainly used to haul transit freight trains from and to Germany.








  Roco RO70407 481.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 489,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Locomotive set with the electric locomotives 151 094 and 151 117 of the German Federal Railway.

- Both locomotives fully equipped
- Many extra-applied plug-in parts partially designed with etching technology
- Wheels with low flanges
- Hauls ore trains
- Perfectly matches the wagon sets items 77030, 77031
- Coupling type AK69e is attached to the package
- Headlights/tail lights switchable with a DIP switch As high points in the goods transport, the class 151 locomotives hauled the heaviest ore trains in Western Europe between the North Sea ports and the Peine-Salzgitter steelworks and the Saarland from 1976 onwards.
The trains carried loads of up to 5.
700 tons.
It operated only in double traction and with an automatic coupling, since the conventional screw coupling would not have withstood the very high traction load.








  Roco RO70408 727.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 739,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Locomotive set with the electric locomotives 151 094 and 151 117 of the German Federal Railway.

- Both locomotives fully equipped
- Many extra-applied plug-in parts partially designed with etching technology
- Wheels with low flanges
- Hauls ore trains
- Perfectly matches the wagon sets items 77030, 77031
- Coupling type AK69e is attached to the package
- Individually switchable headlight or tail light and driver’s cab lighting in digital mode As high points in the goods transport, the class 151 locomotives hauled the heaviest ore trains in Western Europe between the North Sea ports and the Peine-Salzgitter steelworks and the Saarland from 1976 onwards.
The trains carried loads of up to 5.
700 tons.
It operated only in double traction and with an automatic coupling, since the conventional screw coupling would not have withstood the very high traction load.








  Roco RO70460 231.00 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 234,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 68050 of the National French Railways.
Update!

- For the first time with PluX22 interface and LED lighting
- Original design with embossed trim lines and numbers
- Extremely fine detailing on fan grille
- 2-lamp headlight signal 80 locomotives of the series 68000 were constructed between 1963 and 1968 for the National French Railways (SCNF).
Originally planned as a four-axle locomotive, the 68000 engine proved too heavy for four axles, and this excessive axle pressure led to them being retrofitted with three-axle bogies.
To remedy the situation, a running axle with smaller wheels was installed in the centre of the bogie.
The six-axle, diesel-electric locomotive had a service weight of 106 tonnes.
With its 12-cylinder diesel motor and 1,660 kW performance, it can reach a top speed of 130 km/h.
In the original design, these locomotives had trim line applications to give them their unmistakeable appearance.
They were used in heavy passenger and freight transport.
Up until the 1980s, the 68000 could also be seen regularly in Germany, on its way to Kehl and Offenburg via Strasbourg.
Further scheduled operations led from Metz to Trier, but also to Basel in Switzerland via Mulhouse.








  Roco RO70461 353.90 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 359,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 68050 of the National French Railways.
Update!

- For the first time with PluX22 sound decoder and LED lighting
- Original design with embossed trim lines and numbers
- Extremely fine detailing on fan grille
- Light functions switchable in line with the French prototype in digital mode
- 2 loudspeakers 80 locomotives of the series 68000 were constructed between 1963 and 1968 for the National French Railways (SCNF).
Originally planned as a four-axle locomotive, the 68000 engine proved too heavy for four axles, and this excessive axle pressure led to them being retrofitted with three-axle bogies.
To remedy the situation, a running axle with smaller wheels was installed in the centre of the bogie.
The six-axle, diesel-electric locomotive had a service weight of 106 tonnes.
With its 12-cylinder diesel motor and 1,660 kW performance, it can reach a top speed of 130 km/h.
In the original design, these locomotives had trim line applications to give them their unmistakeable appearance.
They were used in heavy passenger and freight transport.
Up until the 1980s, the 68000 could also be seen regularly in Germany, on its way to Kehl and Offenburg via Strasbourg.
Further scheduled operations led from Metz to Trier, but also to Basel in Switzerland via Mulhouse.








  Roco RO70464 216.20 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 219,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive E 412 013 of Mercitalia Rail.
Update!

- For the first time with Plux22 interface and LED headlight
- Both pantograph variations in delicately crafted design
- Finely-detailed model with many separately attached plug-in parts The Italian State Railways commissioned 20 dual-system locomotives to be built by ABB technomasio for operation in cross-border and cross-system transport between Italy and Austria or Germany.
These high-performance locomotives can achieve a speed of 220 km/h and are able to produce an output of 6 MW or 5.
5 MW under 3 kV DC current or 15 kV 16 2/3 Hz under AC current.
The engines, which were put into service in 1997, still play a worthy role in railway operations in Italy and now mainly bear the modern livery of Mercitalia Rail.








  Roco RO70465 339.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 344,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive E 412 013 of Mercitalia Rail.
Update!

- For the first time in sound design with two loudspeakers
- Both pantograph variations in delicately crafted design
- Finely detailed model with many separately attached plug-in parts
- With switchable headlight or tail light in digital mode The Italian State Railways commissioned 20 dual-system locomotives to be built by ABB technomasio for operation in cross-border and cross-system transport between Italy and Austria or Germany.
These high-performance locomotives can achieve a speed of 220 km/h and are able to produce an output of 6 MW or 5.
5 MW under 3 kV DC current or 15 kV 16 2/3 Hz under AC current.
The engines, which were put into service in 1997, still play a worthy role in railway operations in Italy and now mainly bear the modern livery of Mercitalia Rail.








  Roco RO70468 240.80 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 244,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 155 138 of the Railpool.
Form variation!

- For the first time with square buffers
- Operated across Germany in freight transport under different transport companies
- Delicately crafted pantographs
- Finely engraved bogies
- Switchable headlight/tail light with DIP switch From 1977, the railway company of the German Democratic Republic (Deutsche Reichsbahn) procured 270 class 250 series locomotives (later renamed the class 155) for heavy freight transport.
Due to their lack of streamlined curves, which are of negligible importance at their low top speed, they were given the nickname "Strom-Container" (electricity container) or simply "Backstein" (the brick).
In 2017, the Deutsche Bahn sold 100 locomotives to a consortium centred around Railpool and Toshiba.
Railpool supplied the 155 138 with a shining silver livery designed to draw the attention.
Some of these locomotives, which were authorised for operation in Germany and Austria, were put up for sale.








  Roco RO70469 363.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 369,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 155 138 of the Railpool.
Form variation!

- For the first time with square buffers
- Operated across Germany in freight transport under different transport companies
- Delicately crafted pantographs
- Finely engraved bogies
- With individually switchable headlight or tail light and driver's cab lighting in digital mode From 1977, the railway company of the German Democratic Republic (Deutsche Reichsbahn) procured 270 class 250 series locomotives (later renamed the class 155) for heavy freight transport.
Due to their lack of streamlined curves, which are of negligible importance at their low top speed, they were given the nickname "Strom-Container" (electricity container) or simply "Backstein" (the brick).
In 2017, the Deutsche Bahn sold 100 locomotives to a consortium centred around Railpool and Toshiba.
Railpool supplied the 155 138 with a shining silver livery designed to draw the attention.
Some of these locomotives, which were authorised for operation in Germany and Austria, were put up for sale.








  Roco RO70495 255.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 259,9€





Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva elétrica da OBB, classe 1116
Analógica DC. Socket PluX22 para digitalização

- Nova Pintura Nightjet
- Extremamente detalhado
- Modelo licenciado pela OBB

Época VI. 221mm








  Roco RO70496 378.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 384,9€




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Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva elétrica da OBB, classe 1116
Digital DCC com sons completos de funcionamento

- Nova Pintura Nightjet
- Inúmeras funções de luz e som
- Extremamente detalhado
- Modelo licenciado pela OBB

Época VI. 221mm








  Roco RO7100003 240.80 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 244,9€





Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva a vapor da FS, classe 999
Analógica DC. Socket PluX16 para digitalização

- Construção metálica
- Iluminação LED

Época III. 101mm








  Roco RO7100004 373.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 379,9€





Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva a vapor da DR, classe 52
Analógica DC. Socket PluX16 para digitalização

- Preparada para receber gerador de fumo (Seuthe No. 10)

Época IV. 265mm








  Roco RO7100005 442.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 449,9€





Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva a vapor checoslovaca, 375 002
Analógica DC. Não digitalizável facilmente

- Preparada para receber gerador de fumo (Seuthe No. 10)

Época II/III. 248mm








  Roco RO7100006 383.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 389,9€





Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva a vapor da DR, classe 18
Analógica DC. Socket PluX16 para digitalização

- Protótipo da versão movida a carvão
- Preaparada para receber gerador de fumo ( Seuthe No. 10 )
- Inúmeros detalhes aplicados separadamente

Época III. 289mm








  Roco RO7100009 270.30 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 274,9€





Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva a vapor da DR, classe 64
Analógica DC. Socket de 8 pinos para digitalização

- Preparada para receber gerador de fumo ( Seuthe No. 10 )

Época IV. 143mm








  Roco RO7100010 373.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 379,9€





Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva a vapor da DB, classe 51
Analógica DC. Socket PluX16 para digitalização

- Tender com cabine
- Inúmeros detalhes aplicados separadamente
- Preparada para receber gerador de fumo ( Seuthe No. 10 )

Época IV. 265mm








  Roco RO7100011 373.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 379,9€





Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva a vapor da DR, classe 50
Analógica DC. Socket PluX16 para digitalização

- Modelo extremamente detalhado
- Vários detalhes aplicados separadamente
- Preparada para receber gerador de fumo ( Seuthe No. 10 )

Época IV. 265mm








  Roco RO7110003 363.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 369,9€




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Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva a vapor da FS, classe 999
Digital DCC com sons completos de funcionamento

- Construção metálica
- Iluminação LED

Época III. 101mm








  Roco RO7110004 501.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 509,9€




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Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva a vapor da DR, classe 52
Digital DCC com sons completos de funcionamento

- Preparada para receber gerador de fumo (Seuthe No. 11)

Época IV. 265mm








  Roco RO7110005 570.20 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 579,9€




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Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva a vapor checoslovaca, 375 002
Digital DCC com sons completos de funcionamento

- Preparada para receber gerador de fumo (Seuthe No. 11)

Época II/III. 248mm








  Roco RO7110006 511.20 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 519,9€




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Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva a vapor da DR, classe 18
Digital DCC com sons completos de funcionamento

- Protótipo da versão movida a carvão
- Preaparada para receber gerador de fumo ( Seuthe No. 11 )
- Inúmeros detalhes aplicados separadamente

Época III. 289mm








  Roco RO7110009 393.20 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 399,9€




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Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva a vapor da DR, classe 64
Digital DCC com sons completos de funcionamento

- Preparada para receber gerador de fumo ( Seuthe No. 11 )

Época IV. 143mm








  Roco RO7110010 501.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 509,9€




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Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva a vapor da DB, classe 51
Digital DCC com sons completos de funcionamento

- Tender com cabine
- Inúmeros detalhes aplicados separadamente
- Preparada para receber gerador de fumo ( Seuthe No. 11 )

Época IV. 265mm








  Roco RO7110011 501.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 509,9€




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Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva a vapor da DR, classe 50
Digital DCC com sons completos de funcionamento

- Modelo extremamente detalhado
- Vários detalhes aplicados separadamente
- Preparada para receber gerador de fumo ( Seuthe No. 11 )

Época IV. 265mm








  Roco RO7120004 501.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 509,9€




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Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva a vapor da DR, classe 52
Digital DCC com sons completos de funcionamento

- Preparada para receber gerador de fumo (Seuthe No. 11)

Época IV. 265mm








  Roco RO7120006 511.20 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 519,9€




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Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva a vapor da DR, classe 18
Digital DCC com sons completos de funcionamento

- Protótipo da versão movida a carvão
- Preaparada para receber gerador de fumo ( Seuthe No. 11 )
- Inúmeros detalhes aplicados separadamente

Época III. 289mm








  Roco RO7120009 393.20 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 399,9€




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Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva a vapor da DR, classe 64
Digital DCC com sons completos de funcionamento

- Preparada para receber gerador de fumo ( Seuthe No. 11 )

Época IV. 143mm








  Roco RO7120010 501.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 509,9€




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Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva a vapor da DB, classe 51
Digital DCC com sons completos de funcionamento

- Tender com cabine
- Inúmeros detalhes aplicados separadamente
- Preparada para receber gerador de fumo ( Seuthe No. 11 )

Época IV. 265mm








  Roco RO7120011 501.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 509,9€




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Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva a vapor da DR, classe 50
Digital DCC com sons completos de funcionamento

- Modelo extremamente detalhado
- Vários detalhes aplicados separadamente
- Preparada para receber gerador de fumo ( Seuthe No. 11 )

Época IV. 265mm








  Roco RO71379 424.80 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 449,9€









Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva a vapor da DB, classe BR038
Analógica DC. Socket PluX22 para digitalização
Época IV. 214mm

Molde novo

information about prototype:"The largest expansion of the Prussian State Railway network had been achieved by the turn of the 20th century. Trains ran under the administration of the Prussian State Railway, from Saarbrücken in the south west to Eydtkuhnen in the north east, and from Katowice in Upper Silesia right up to the Danish border. In addition to wide plain landscapes, the region of Prussia features many low mountain ranges, such the Harz mountains and the Bergische Land and Eifel regions. Their hilly routes placed high demands on locomotives. In 1906, a milestone in the development of Prussian passenger locomotives was reached: the P 8, as the later class 38 was named in both the East and West regions, was put into operation. Robert Garbe, Head of the Locomotive Department at the KPEV Railway Management for Berlin, was responsible for the development of this successful engine. Superheated steam technology, which was still in its infancy, was able to provide power and economic efficiency outstanding for the time. The locomotive was devoid of technical extravagances, which is perhaps one of the secrets to its success. The characteristic feature for the P 8 was the larger space between the middle driving axle and the rear coupling axle. Over 3,700 specimens of this versatile, triple-coupled engine were built by German factories alone until 1923. In total, together with the reproductions constructed in Romania, almost 4,000 P 8 locomotives were produced. Over the years, the appearance of these locomotives became as diverse as can be expected due to the high quantities manufactured: small or large smoke deflectors, or no smoke deflectors at all, were featured on both the Reichsbahn and the Bundesbahn, Giesl ejectors were used instead of round funnels in the GDR, and riveted and later welded smokeboxes were just some of the varieties produced. The steam locomotive, later designated the BR 3810–40, had na output of 880 Kw (1,180 PS), weighed approximately 130 t including a fully-loaded tender, and was permitted to run at speeds of 100 km/h forwards and 50 km/h backwards. The P 8 was a general-purpose locomotive, and was deployed for all kinds of trains. After the turmoil resulting from the two World Wars, they were used by almost all European railway administrations. They were to be found in Belgium, Denmark, France, Greece, Italy, Yugoslavia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Austria, Poland, Romania, Czechoslovakia and the Soviet Union. This long-running engine ran from Epoch I to the early Epoch IV. In May 1972, a Prussian P 8 hauled a scheduled passenger train on Deutsche Bundesbahn tracks for the very last time. Today, several of these locomotives are still operated by museums."

Steam locomotive 038 509 of the German Federal Railway.
Edition model!

- Completely new design
- Finely detailed model with many separately applied plug-in parts
- Wheels with fine spokes
- Design with riveted tender and “Witte” smoke deflectors
- Driver's cab and valve gear lighting installed; in digital mode switchable For a long time, the class 038 steam locomotives with their riveted tenders and "Witte" smoke deflectors were standard on German branch lines.
They usually hauled passenger trains and were therefore not replaceable in the local service for a long time.
It was not until the increasing modernization at the Deutsche Bundesbahn that they were replaced by diesel and electric locomotives.








  Roco RO71380 619.90 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 619,9€








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Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva a vapor da DB, classe BR038
Digital DCC com sons completos de funcionamento
Época IV. 214mm

Molde novo

information about prototype:"The largest expansion of the Prussian State Railway network had been achieved by the turn of the 20th century. Trains ran under the administration of the Prussian State Railway, from Saarbrücken in the south west to Eydtkuhnen in the north east, and from Katowice in Upper Silesia right up to the Danish border. In addition to wide plain landscapes, the region of Prussia features many low mountain ranges, such the Harz mountains and the Bergische Land and Eifel regions. Their hilly routes placed high demands on locomotives. In 1906, a milestone in the development of Prussian passenger locomotives was reached: the P 8, as the later class 38 was named in both the East and West regions, was put into operation. Robert Garbe, Head of the Locomotive Department at the KPEV Railway Management for Berlin, was responsible for the development of this successful engine. Superheated steam technology, which was still in its infancy, was able to provide power and economic efficiency outstanding for the time. The locomotive was devoid of technical extravagances, which is perhaps one of the secrets to its success. The characteristic feature for the P 8 was the larger space between the middle driving axle and the rear coupling axle. Over 3,700 specimens of this versatile, triple-coupled engine were built by German factories alone until 1923. In total, together with the reproductions constructed in Romania, almost 4,000 P 8 locomotives were produced. Over the years, the appearance of these locomotives became as diverse as can be expected due to the high quantities manufactured: small or large smoke deflectors, or no smoke deflectors at all, were featured on both the Reichsbahn and the Bundesbahn, Giesl ejectors were used instead of round funnels in the GDR, and riveted and later welded smokeboxes were just some of the varieties produced. The steam locomotive, later designated the BR 3810–40, had na output of 880 Kw (1,180 PS), weighed approximately 130 t including a fully-loaded tender, and was permitted to run at speeds of 100 km/h forwards and 50 km/h backwards. The P 8 was a general-purpose locomotive, and was deployed for all kinds of trains. After the turmoil resulting from the two World Wars, they were used by almost all European railway administrations. They were to be found in Belgium, Denmark, France, Greece, Italy, Yugoslavia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Austria, Poland, Romania, Czechoslovakia and the Soviet Union. This long-running engine ran from Epoch I to the early Epoch IV. In May 1972, a Prussian P 8 hauled a scheduled passenger train on Deutsche Bundesbahn tracks for the very last time. Today, several of these locomotives are still operated by museums."

Steam locomotive 038 509 of the German Federal Railway.
Edition model!

- Completely new design
- Finely detailed model with many separately applied plug-in parts
- Wheels with fine spokes
- Design with riveted tender and “Witte” smoke deflectors
- With switchable driver’s cab and valve gear lighting in digital mode
- With newly developed dynamic steam for even more authentic steam emission from the chimney For a long time, the class 038 steam locomotives with their riveted tenders and "Witte" smoke deflectors were standard on German branch lines.
They usually hauled passenger trains and were therefore not replaceable in the local service for a long time.
It was not until the increasing modernization at the Deutsche Bundesbahn that they were replaced by diesel and electric locomotives.








  Roco RO71385 442.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 449,9€





Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva a vapor da SNCF, classe P8
Analógica DC. Socket PluX22 para digitalização

- Versão com chmaniné curta
- Extremamente detalhada com inúmeros detalhes aplicados separadamente

Época III. 214mm








  Roco RO71386 609.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 619,9€




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Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva a vapor da SNCF, classe P8
Digital DCC com sons completos de funcionamento

- Gerador de fumo dinâmico
- Versão com chmaniné curta
- Extremamente detalhada com inúmeros detalhes aplicados separadamente

Época III. 214mm








  Roco RO71393 442.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 449,9€





Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva a vapor da OBB, classe Prussian P8/38
Analógica DC. Socket PLUX22 pinos para digitalização

Época III. 214mm
Raio Mínimo para funcionamento 358mm







  Roco RO71394 609.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 619,9€




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Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva a vapor da OBB, classe Prussian P8/38
Digital DCC com sons completos de funcionamento

- Com gerador de fumo dinâmico
- Inúmeras funções de som e luz
- Luzes na cabine do maquinista e no motor controlàveis digitalmente

Época III. 214mm
Raio Mínimo para funcionamento 358mm







  Roco RO7140001 309.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 314,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Narrow gauge steam locomotive 399.
01 of the Austrian Federal Railways.
Form variation!

- Operating condition: 1990s in the local Pinzgauer railway
- Special “local Pinzgauer railway” series At the beginning of the 20th century, powerful narrow gauge Mh class supporting locomotives were purchased for the Mariazell railway mountain line.
The high volume of passengers led to the electrification of the line to Mariazell and Gusswerk after only a few years.
As a result, the Mh, which was re-designated by ÖBB as class 399 in 1953, were also used on other Austrian narrow gauge railways.
After 1990, they were gradually retired to ÖBB nostalgia stock.
The 399.
01, the oldest machine of this class, was in service in the Waldviertel region for many years.
In the 1990s, it was used on the charming local Pinzgauer railway with the special steam trains.
The local Pinzgauer railway line runs through one of Austria’s most popular tourist regions from Zell am See through the upper Salzach Valley to Krimml.
The impressive Krimml Waterfalls create a lot of tourist traffic.








  Roco RO7150001 432.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 439,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Narrow gauge steam locomotive 399.
01 of the Austrian Federal Railways.
Form variation!

- Operating condition: 1990s in the local Pinzgauer railway
- Special “local Pinzgauer railway” series
- With authentic sound functions At the beginning of the 20th century, powerful narrow gauge Mh class supporting locomotives were purchased for the Mariazell railway mountain line.
The high volume of passengers led to the electrification of the line to Mariazell and Gusswerk after only a few years.
As a result, the Mh, which was re-designated by ÖBB as class 399 in 1953, were also used on other Austrian narrow gauge railways.
After 1990, they were gradually retired to ÖBB nostalgia stock.
The 399.
01, the oldest machine of this class, was in service in the Waldviertel region for many years.
In the 1990s, it was used on the charming local Pinzgauer railway with the special steam trains.
The local Pinzgauer railway line runs through one of Austria’s most popular tourist regions from Zell am See through the upper Salzach Valley to Krimml.
The impressive Krimml Waterfalls create a lot of tourist traffic.








  Roco RO71778 226.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 229,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive class 120 of the railway company of the German Democratic Republic (Deutsche Reichsbahn).
Update!
Form variation!

- Finely-detailed, separately attached windscreen wipers
- For the first time with complete brake air lines including fully formed air tanks
- Particularly authentic reproduction of the bogies
- Free-standing shunter's handle rails under the buffer
- Driver's cab and engine room lighting installed; switchable in digital mode In order to accelerate the traction change, the railway company of the German Democratic Republic (Deutsche Reichsbahn) (DR) procured a total of 378 class V 200 (later class 120) locomotives from the Soviet Union from 1966 to 1975.
Because the locomotives had no train heating in their ex works condition, they were mainly used in goods train transport.
Later, noise dampers were supplemented to suppress the noise levels produced by the engines.
Due to their loud engine noise, they were quickly given the nickname “Taigatrommel” (Taiga drum).








  Roco RO71779 349.00 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 354,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive class 120 of the railway company of the German Democratic Republic (Deutsche Reichsbahn).
Update!
Form variation!

- Finely-detailed, separately attached windscreen wipers
- For the first time with complete brake air lines including fully formed air tanks
- Particularly authentic reproduction of the bogies
- Free-standing shunter's handle rails under the buffer
- With individually switchable headlight or tail light, driver's cab and engine room lighting installed in digital mode In order to accelerate the traction change, the railway company of the German Democratic Republic (Deutsche Reichsbahn) (DR) procured a total of 378 class V 200 (later class 120) locomotives from the Soviet Union from 1966 to 1975.
Because the locomotives had no train heating in their ex works condition, they were mainly used in goods train transport.
Later, noise dampers were supplemented to suppress the noise levels produced by the engines.
Due to their loud engine noise, they were quickly given the nickname “Taigatrommel” (Taiga drum).








  Roco RO71924 240.80 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 244,9€





Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva elétrica da LTE, classe 193 280
Analógica DC. Socket PluX22 para digitalização

- Modelo exclusivo ROCO
- Design atrativo
- Altamente detalhado

Época VI. 218mm








  Roco RO71925 363.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 369,9€




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Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva elétrica da LTE, classe 193 280
Digital DCC com sons completos de funcionamento

- Modelo exclusivo ROCO
- Design atrativo
- Altamente detalhado

Época VI. 218mm








  Roco RO72014 344.00 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 349,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 265 "Sik" of the Dutch State Railways in a yellow/grey livery.

- Model with a crane
- Equipped with digital shunting coupling - more fun guaranteed!

- Motor stem and gearbox made of die-cast zinc, therefore more dead weight and high tractive power
- Rich detailing on the model with many plug-in parts and freestanding handles
- Authentic light and sound functions switchable via onboard decoder
- Switchable flashing light on the driver's cab
- Clear view through the driver's cab replica
- Buffer capacitor for uninterruptible power supply Between 1934 and 1951, the Dutch State Railways bought the 2-axle diesel shunting locomotives from the manufacturer Werkspoor.
CW Zwolle also delivered one locomotive series.
A total of 169 locomotives were built but in various series and slightly different designs.
The locomotives were known for their striking exhaust noise and as a result, railway workers and railway fans called them "Sikken" or "Sik," which means "Goat" in English.
Fifteen of these locomotives were delivered with mobile cranes.
After the original green livery, the NS later applied the yellow-grey colour scheme.
The diligent working horses made unremitting efforts when operating throughout the Netherlands.
In the second half of the 1990s, stricter safety regulations led to the still remaining locomotives' decommission.
Many of them are preserved or still in operation at museum railways and some private railway companies.








  Roco RO7300004 216.20 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 219,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 742 171 of CD Cargo.
Form variation!

- Version of the 3rd series with ribbed driver’s cab side wall and ribbed driver’s cab roof
- Modernised version with cladded radiator box
- Small upper headlight
- Free view through the driver’s cab
- Delicately crafted safety railings with transfer plate
- Wheelsets with low wheel flanges In the 1970s, the former Czechoslovak State Railways (CSD) was in great need of powerful diesel freight train locomotives for medium-weight shunting and line service.
For this purpose, the lighter T 466.
2 variant was derived from industrial locomotive type T 448.
Starting in 1977, it was manufactured by CKD in Prague in nine construction series (with small differences in each case) with 494 units and was operated by with the CSD until 1986.
In 1998, the series designation T 466.
2 was changed to 742.
Many locomotives are still in use today in freight transport for CD Cargo on Czech rails.








  Roco RO7300007 196.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 199,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 2415 of the Netherlands State Railways.

- For the first time in this livery with PluX22 interface
- Design in grey/blue livery
- Switchable tail light with DIP switch From 1954, the first locomotives of the series 2400 were put into service on the Netherlands State Railways.
In addition to several passenger trains, they mainly hauled freight trains and were used in shunting operations.








  Roco RO7300014 216.20 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 219,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 742 162 of the Czech State Railways.
Mold variant!

- Design from the 4th series with ribbed driver’s cab side wall
- Finely detailed model with many separately attached plug-in parts
- Free view through the driver’s cab
- Delicately crafted safety railings
- Wheelsets with low wheel flanges In the 1970s, the former Czechoslovak State Railway (CSD) were in great need of powerful diesel freight locomotives for medium-weight shunting and line service.
For this purpose, the lighter variant T 466.
2 was derived from the industrial locomotive type T 448.
Starting from 1977, it was manufactured by CKD Prag with 494 units in nine construction series (each with small differences) and came into service until 1986.








  Roco RO7300017 216.20 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 219,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 742 386 of ZSSK Cargo.
Form variation!

- Version of the 7th series with ribbed driver’s cab side wall and ribbed roof
- Modernised version with cladded radiator box
-Large upper headlight
- Free view through the driver’s cab
- Delicately crafted safety railings without transfer plate
- Wheelsets with low wheel flanges
- Driver’s cab lighting installed; switchable in digital mode In the 1970s, the former Czechoslovak State Railways (CSD) was in great need of powerful diesel freight train locomotives for medium-weight shunting and line service.
For this purpose, the lighter T 466.
2 variant was derived from industrial locomotive type T 448.
Starting in 1977, it was manufactured by CKD in Prague in nine construction series (with small differences in each case) with 494 units and was operated by with the CSD until 1986.
In 1998, the series designation T 466.
2 was changed to 742.
Many locomotives are still in use today in freight transport for ZSSK Cargo on Slovakian rails.








  Roco RO7300026 221.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 224,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 752 068 of the Czechoslovak State Railways/Czech State Railways.

- With etched sign sets enclosed for CSD and CD versions The class T 478.
1 was a diesel-electric general-purpose locomotive of the CSD.
From 1966-1971, a total of 230 class T 478.
1 locomotives and 82 class T 478.
2 locomotives were delivered.
The freight train version T478.
2 (from 1988: class 752) had a ballast weight installed in place of the boiler.
In the 1990s, several colourful Bardotkas were created, in part featuring interesting paintwork.
The 752 068 used in freight transport received a livery based on the T 478.
1002 prototype finished at the end of 1964.








  Roco RO7300027 245.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 249,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive CC 72130 of the National French Railways.

- Current condition in “En Voyage” design
- Many separately attached plug-in parts, some etched parts
- Use in front of express trains on non-electrified main lines
- Switchable headlight/tail light with DIP switch The CC 72000 was considered the most powerful diesel locomotive of the SNCF when it made its début in 1967.
With its diesel-electric drive, the series could handle both high speeds and heavy loads.
For over 40 years, the SNCF used the locomotives to pull express trains, for example between Lyon and Marseille or Paris and Basel, as well as heavy freight trains.








  Roco RO7300028 221.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 224,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive T 478 1184 of the Czechoslovak State Railways.

- Design of the third construction series featuring corrugated side walls up to the edge of the roof
- Finely-detailed model with many separately attached plug-in parts The class T 478.
1 was a diesel-electric general-purpose locomotive of the CSD.
From 1966-1971, a total of 230 class T 478.
1 locomotives were delivered.
A built-in steam boiler heated the train.
The protruding structures under the front windows quickly earned it the nickname “Bardotka”, loosely named after Brigitte Bardot, the French actress.
The locomotives have gone through several colour variations over the years.
Starting in the mid-1970s, the first uniform colour scheme was used for CSD diesel vehicles.
The locomotive body was painted cherry red and the roof and chassis were painted grey.








  Roco RO7300029 226.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 229,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive M62 127 of the Hungarian State Railway.
Update!
Form variation!

- Museum design
- Finely-detailed, separately attached windscreen wipers
- For the first time with complete brake air lines including fully formed air tanks
- Particularly authentic reproduction of the bogies
- Free-standing shunter's handle rails under the buffer
- With driver's cab and engine room lighting installed, switchable in digital mode The story of the M62 locomotive known in Hungary as "Szergej" began in the year 1965 with the delivery of the first locomotive of its kind in the world from Lugansk (M62 001).
Another 288 locomotives were then delivered to MAV, 15 of these in broad-gauge versions.
These locomotives hauled heavy freight transport and thus heralded in an early end of service for the older steam locomotives.
Some of these robust engines are still in service today.
The M62 127 with its retro paintwork is particularly popular with railway enthusiasts.








  Roco RO7300032 221.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 224,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive class V 180 of the railway company of the German Democratic Republic (Deutsche Reichsbahn).

- Finely detailed model with many separately attached plug-in parts
- 4-axis design with fine wheelsets
- With round door cutout
- Painting with double banderole
- With horizontal handle rails at the front
- Switchable headlight/tail light with DIP switch







  Roco RO7300033 153.20 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 149,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive V 100 144 of the railway company of the German Democratic Republic (Deutschen Reichsbahn).

- For the first time with bell on front end
- Free-standing handle rails
- Stationed at the Erfurt depot
- Switchable headlight/tail light with DIP switch The class V 100 was developed for passenger and freight train service and as a version for use in the DR shunting service.
The maximum speed of this locomotive was 100 km/h with a power output of 1000 hp.
It therefore quickly became a general-purpose locomotive and fitted neatly into the gap between the less powerful class V 60 and the more powerful class V 180.








  Roco RO7300034 221.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 224,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 750 275 of the Czech State Railways.

- For the first time with PluX22 interface with this paintwork
- Finely-detailed model with many separately attached plug-in parts
- Used to haul passenger and freight trains up to German and Austrian border stations The so-called “Taucherbrille” (diver’s goggles) or “Brillenschlange” (spectacled cobra) was developed and built at CKD in Prague.
The class T 478.
3 (from 1988 class 753) was supplied to the CSD from 1970 onwards, and these 408 locomotives became a familiar sight on non-electrified main lines.
Due to a lack of locomotives with electrical train heating, over 100 of these engines were retrofitted from 1991.
The Reko locomotives received the new class designation 750, whereby the serial number remained the same.








  Roco RO7300035 216.20 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 219,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 218 341 of the Deutsche Bahn.

- With IC livery
- Switchable headlight / tail light with DIP switch
- Model has prototypical low wheel flanges
- Wheelsets with 1.
2 mm high wheel flanges available as spare parts (art.
no.
145433, 145435)
- Z21 driver’s cab available Since electric locomotive 101 013 already received paintwork with the “InterCity” design in 2022, it will also be followed by a diesel machine with designation 218 341.
Both locomotives with their IC livery are unique items in the DB AG fleet.








  Roco RO7300036 206.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 209,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 2016 902 of the Railadventure.

- Exterior mirrors enclosed to portray folded and unfolded positions
- Separately attached handle rails, windscreen wipers and UIC sockets
- Brake discs in contrasting colours
- Switchable headlight/tail light with DIP switch RailAdventure GmbH, with its headquarters in Munich, is the market leader for test and transfer runs of rail vehicles across all of Europe.
The company possesses locomotives, coupling adapter wagons and braking wagons.
In addition to various electric locomotives, RailAdventure also runs a Siemens EuroRunner diesel-electric locomotive for non-electrified lines with low axle loads.
At the end of 2022, the locomotive was purchased by the Styrian Railway and then given the RailAdventure design.








  Roco RO7300037 206.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 209,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 2016 921 of the Adria Transport.

- With PluX22 interface and LED headlight
- Exterior mirrors enclosed to portray folded and unfolded positions
- Separately attached handle rails, windscreen wipers and UIC sockets
- Brake discs in contrasting colours
- Switchable headlight/tail light with DIP switch Adria Transport was founded in 2005 as a joint venture between Graz-Köflacher Bahn und Busbetrieb GmbH (GKB) and the operating company of the port of Koper (Luka Koper).
The fleet also includes two Siemens Eurorunner (Hercules) diesel-electric locomotives, which, among its other advantages, do not require the power supplied on the Koper-Prešnica-Divaca line, meaning more trains can run on the line.
The 2016 921, which went into operation in 2012, is called “Ingrid”.








  Roco RO7300038 174.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 174,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 2043.
33 of the Austrian Federal Railways.

- Blood-orange livery with ivory-coloured roof
- Authentic design with red wheels
- Usage: Passenger and freight trains
- Switchable headlight/tail light with DIP switch In the middle of the 1960s, the ÖBB commissioned a new class of diesel locomotives to replace the class 52, 77 and 93 steam locomotives.
Following the production of several prototypes, the Jenbacher Werke supplied the class 2043, featuring a 1,500 hp two-stroke diesel engine.
Originally, this locomotive was approved for 100 km/h, and later for 110 km/h.
With its axle pressure of 17 tonnes, it was also suitable for operation on branch lines.








  Roco RO7300039 153.20 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 149,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 132 146 of the German State Railway.

- Version in delivery condition
- Powerful, reliable model for prototypically long trains
- Stationed at BD Cottbus, Cottbus depot The design of the 132 class was derived from experience with the 130 and 131 class.
The DR purchased 709 of the optimised locomotives with electric heating from the Voroshilovgrad Locomotive Works in the Soviet Union.
The top speed was set at 120 km/h, the power of the versatile machine was 3,000 hp.








  Roco RO7300040 226.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 229,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive T 679.
1 of the Czechoslovak State Railways.
Update!
Form variation!

- Finely-detailed, separately attached windscreen wipers
- For the first time with complete brake air lines including fully formed air tanks
- Particularly authentic reproduction of the bogies
- Free-standing shunter’s handle rails under the buffer The CSD received a total of 599 locomotives from the T 679 class from 1966 onwards.
Some locomotives were manufactured as broad-gauge versions with designation T 679.
5.
The locomotives were mainly used to pull heavy freight trains.








  Roco RO7300044 216.20 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 219,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 218 435 of the Deutsche Bahn.

- bwegt logos enclosed as decals
- Roof design features long engine cover for an MTU 4000 engine
- Operating condition as of 2021 with new LED lighting: Tail light on the outer headlight positions
- Separately applied plug-in parts, in part using etching technology
- Switchable headlight/tail light with DIP switch
- Model has prototypical low wheel flanges
- Wheelsets with 1.
2 mm high wheel flanges available as spare parts (Art.
no.
145433, 145435)
- Z21 driver's cab available From 1971, the German Federal Railway put 398 class 218 series locomotives into service and used them to pull both passenger and freight trains.
They are usually operated on non-electrified lines.
The locomotives are currently still in service at the Ulm, Kempten and Mühldorf am Inn locations, and are regularly swapped between these points.








  Roco RO7300049 245.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 249,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 761 102 of Metrans.

- Elaborate anniversary design
- Exterior mirrors enclosed to portray folded and unfolded positions
- Separately attached handle rails, windscreen wipers and UIC sockets
- Brake discs in contrasting colours
- Switchable headlight/tail light with DIP switch
- In cooperation with Railcolor Design The 761 102 Metrans was provided with a striking advertising design in the year 2023 to suit the slogan "Past, present, future".
The grey front end represents the past, the yellow and red side the present and the other, blue front end the future.
Attentive observers will notice that the original company logo which can still be seen on the other Metrans Hercules has been featured on the grey front end representing the past, whereas the blue front end representing the future bears the new logo.








  Roco RO7310004 339.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 344,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 742 171 of CD Cargo.
Form variation!

- Version of the 3rd series with ribbed driver’s cab side wall and ribbed driver’s cab roof
- Modernised version with cladded radiator box
- Small upper headlight
- Free view through the driver’s cab
- Delicately crafted safety railings with transfer plate
- Wheelsets with low wheel flanges
- With switchable shunting light, individually switchable headlight or tail light and driver’s cab lighting in digital mode In the 1970s, the former Czechoslovak State Railways (CSD) was in great need of powerful diesel freight train locomotives for medium-weight shunting and line service.
For this purpose, the lighter T 466.
2 variant was derived from industrial locomotive type T 448.
Starting in 1977, it was manufactured by CKD in Prague in nine construction series (with small differences in each case) with 494 units and was operated by with the CSD until 1986.
In 1998, the series designation T 466.
2 was changed to 742.
Many locomotives are still in use today in freight transport for CD Cargo on Czech rails.








  Roco RO7310007 319.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 324,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 2415 of the Netherlands State Railways.

- For the first time in this livery with PluX22 sound decoder
- Design in light blue livery
- With switchable shunting light and individually switchable headlight or tail light in digital mode From 1954, the first locomotives of the series 2400 were put into service on the Netherlands State Railways.
In addition to several passenger trains, they mainly hauled freight trains and were used in shunting operations.








  Roco RO7310014 339.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 344,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 742 162 of the Czech State Railways.
Mold variant!

- Design from the 4th series with ribbed driver’s cab side wall
- Finely detailed model with many separately attached plug-in parts
- Free view through the driver’s cab
- Delicately crafted safety railings
- Wheelsets with low wheel flanges
- Switchable shunting light, individually switchable headlight or tail light and driver's cab lighting in digital mode In the 1970s, the former Czechoslovak State Railway (CSD) were in great need of powerful diesel freight locomotives for medium-weight shunting and line service.
For this purpose, the lighter variant T 466.
2 was derived from the industrial locomotive type T 448.
Starting from 1977, it was manufactured by CKD Prag with 494 units in nine construction series (each with small differences) and came into service until 1986.








  Roco RO7310017 339.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 344,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 742 386 of ZSSK Cargo.
Form variation!

- Version of the 7th series with ribbed driver’s cab side wall and ribbed driver’s cab roof
- Modernised version with cladded radiator box
- Large upper headlight
- Free view through the driver’s cab
- Delicately crafted safety railings without transfer plate
- Wheelsets with low wheel flanges
- With switchable shunting light, individually switchable headlight or tail light and driver’s cab lighting in digital mode In the 1970s, the former Czechoslovak State Railways (CSD) was in great need of powerful diesel freight train locomotives for medium-weight shunting and line service.
For this purpose, the lighter T 466.
2 variant was derived from industrial locomotive type T 448.
Starting in 1977, it was manufactured by CKD in Prague in nine construction series (with small differences in each case) with 494 units and was operated by with the CSD until 1986.
In 1998, the series designation T 466.
2 was changed to 742.
Many locomotives are still in use today in freight transport for ZSSK Cargo on Slovakian rails.








  Roco RO7310026 344.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 349,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 752 068 of the Czechoslovak State Railways/Czech State Railways.

- With etched sign sets enclosed for CSD and CD versions
- Light functions according to the CD prototype The class T 478.
1 was a diesel-electric general-purpose locomotive of the CSD.
From 1966-1971, a total of 230 class T 478.
1 locomotives and 82 class T 478.
2 locomotives were delivered.
The freight train version T478.
2 (from 1988: class 752) had a ballast weight installed in place of the boiler.
In the 1990s, several colourful Bardotkas were created, in part featuring interesting paintwork.
The 752 068 used in freight transport received a livery based on the T 478.
1002 prototype finished at the end of 1964.








  Roco RO7310027 368.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 374,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive CC 72130 of the National French Railways.

- Current condition in “En Voyage” design
- Many separately attached plug-in parts, some etched parts
- Use in front of express trains on non-electrified main lines
- With switchable fan impellers
- Switchable headlight or tail light as well as driver’s cab lighting in digital mode The CC 72000 was considered the most powerful diesel locomotive of the SNCF when it made its début in 1967.
With its diesel-electric drive, the series could handle both high speeds and heavy loads.
For over 40 years, the SNCF used the locomotives to pull express trains, for example between Lyon and Marseille or Paris and Basel, as well as heavy freight trains.








  Roco RO7310028 344.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 349,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive T 478 1184 of the Czechoslovak State Railways.

- Design of the third construction series featuring corrugated side walls up to the edge of the roof
- Finely-detailed model with many separately attached plug-in parts
- Light functions in accordance with CSD prototype The class T 478.
1 was a diesel-electric general-purpose locomotive of the CSD.
From 1966-1971, a total of 230 class T 478.
1 locomotives were delivered.
A built-in steam boiler heated the train.
The protruding structures under the front windows quickly earned it the nickname “Bardotka”, loosely named after Brigitte Bardot, the French actress.
The locomotives have gone through several colour variations over the years.
Starting in the mid-1970s, the first uniform colour scheme was used for CSD diesel vehicles.
The locomotive body was painted cherry red and the roof and chassis were painted grey.








  Roco RO7310029 349.00 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 354,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive M62 127 of the Hungarian State Railway.
Update!
Form variation!

- Museum design
- Finely-detailed, separately attached windscreen wipers
- For the first time with complete brake air lines including fully formed air tanks
- Particularly authentic reproduction of the bogies
- Free-standing shunter's handle rails under the buffer
- With individually switchable headlight or tail light, driver's cab and engine room lighting installed in digital mode The story of the M62 locomotive known in Hungary as "Szergej" began in the year 1965 with the delivery of the first locomotive of its kind in the world from Lugansk.
(M62 001).
Another 288 locomotives were then delivered to MAV, 15 of these in broad-gauge versions.
These locomotives hauled heavy freight transport and thus heralded in an early end of service for the older steam locomotives.
Some of these robust engines are still in service today.
The M62 127 with its retro paintwork is particularly popular with railway enthusiasts.








  Roco RO7310031 344.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 349,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 2062 007 of the Austrian Federal Railways.
Form variation!

- Design features third headlight and shunting radio antenna
- Equipped with digital shunting coupling - more fun guaranteed
- Motor stem and gearbox made of die-cast metal, therefore more dead weight and high tractive power
- Rich detailing on the model with many plug-in parts and freestanding handles
- Authentic light and sound functions switchable via onboard decoder
- Clear view through the driver's cab replica
- Buffer capacitor for uninterruptible power supply
- With set of etched signs included In order to replace the steam locomotives in shunting service, which were proving costly in terms of money and personnel, the Austrian Federal Railways procured a series of 400 hp diesel locomotives of the class 2062 from 1958 onwards.
The Jenbacher Werke in Tyrol built a total of 65 of these little twin-axle diesel locomotives until 1966.
With their striking, cast-iron front shields which served as ballast weights, this locomotive was operated in shunting and work train service across the whole of Austria.
These locomotives could also be found hauling passenger trains with one to two coaches on Lower Austrian branch lines.
The last engines were retired from normal service in 2003.
However, some are still in use today as factory and work train locomotives under the class designation X262.








  Roco RO7310032 344.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 349,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive class V 180 of the railway company of the German Democratic Republic (Deutsche Reichsbahn).

- Finely detailed model with many separately attached plug-in parts
- 4-axis design with fine wheelsets
- With round door cutout
- Painting with double banderole
- With horizontal handle rails at the front
- With individually switchable headlight or tail light, driver’s cab lighting and machine room lighting in digital mode







  Roco RO7310033 270.30 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 274,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive V 100 144 of the railway company of the German Democratic Republic (Deutschen Reichsbahn).

- For the first time with bell on front end
- Free-standing handle rails
- Stationed at the Erfurt depot
- With individually switchable headlight or tail light in digital mode The class V 100 was developed for passenger and freight train service and as a version for use in the DR shunting service.
The maximum speed of this locomotive was 100 km/h with a power output of 1000 hp.
It therefore quickly became a general-purpose locomotive and fitted neatly into the gap between the less powerful class V 60 and the more powerful class V 180.








  Roco RO7310034 344.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 349,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 750 275 of the Czech State Railways.

- For the first time with PluX22 interface with this paintwork
- Finely-detailed model with many separately attached plug-in parts
- Used to haul passenger and freight trains up to German and Austrian border stations
- Light functions according to CD prototype The so-called “Taucherbrille” (diver’s goggles) or “Brillenschlange” (spectacled cobra) was developed and built at CKD in Prague.
The class T 478.
3 (from 1988 class 753) was supplied to the CSD from 1970 onwards, and these 408 locomotives became a familiar sight on non-electrified main lines.
Due to a lack of locomotives with electrical train heating, over 100 of these engines were retrofitted from 1991.
The Reko locomotives received the new class designation 750, whereby the serial number remained the same.








  Roco RO7310035 339.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 344,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 218 341 of the Deutsche Bahn.

- With IC livery
- With switchable high beam and individually switchable headlight or tail light in digital mode
- Model has prototypical low wheel flanges
- Wheelsets with 1.
2 mm high wheel flanges available as spare parts (art.
no.
145433, 145435)
- Z21 driver’s cab available Since electric locomotive 101 013 already received paintwork with the “InterCity” design in 2022, it will also be followed by a diesel machine with designation 218 341.
Both locomotives with their IC livery are unique items in the DB AG fleet.








  Roco RO7310036 329.30 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 334,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 2016 902 of the Railadventure.

- Exterior mirrors enclosed to portray folded and unfolded positions
- Separately attached handle rails, windscreen wipers and UIC sockets
- Brake discs in contrasting colours
- With switchable high beam and individually switchable headlight or tail light in digital mode RailAdventure GmbH, with its headquarters in Munich, is the market leader for test and transfer runs of rail vehicles across all of Europe.
The company possesses locomotives, coupling adapter wagons and braking wagons.
In addition to various electric locomotives, RailAdventure also runs a Siemens EuroRunner diesel-electric locomotive for non-electrified lines with low axle loads.
At the end of 2022, the locomotive was purchased by the Styrian Railway and then given the RailAdventure design.








  Roco RO7310037 329.30 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 334,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 2016 921 of the Adria Transport.

- With PluX22 interface and LED headlight
- Exterior mirrors enclosed to portray folded and unfolded positions
- Separately attached handle rails, windscreen wipers and UIC sockets
- Brake discs in contrasting colours
- With switchable high beam and individually switchable headlight or tail light in digital mode Adria Transport was founded in 2005 as a joint venture between Graz-Köflacher Bahn und Busbetrieb GmbH (GKB) and the operating company of the port of Koper (Luka Koper).
The fleet also includes two Siemens Eurorunner (Hercules) diesel-electric locomotives, which, among its other advantages, do not require the power supplied on the Koper-Prešnica-Divaca line, meaning more trains can run on the line.
The 2016 921, which went into operation in 2012, is called “Ingrid”.








  Roco RO7310038 294.90 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 299,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 2043.
33 of the Austrian Federal Railways.

- Blood-orange livery with ivory-coloured roof
- Authentic design with red wheels
- Usage: Passenger and freight trains
- With switchable high beam and individually switchable headlight or tail light and driver's cab lighting in digital mode In the middle of the 1960s, the ÖBB commissioned a new class of diesel locomotives to replace the class 52, 77 and 93 steam locomotives.
Following the production of several prototypes, the Jenbacher Werke supplied the class 2043, featuring a 1,500 hp two-stroke diesel engine.
Originally, this locomotive was approved for 100 km/h, and later for 110 km/h.
With its axle pressure of 17 tonnes, it was also suitable for operation on branch lines.








  Roco RO7310039 270.30 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 274,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 132 146 of the German State Railway.

- Version in delivery condition
- Powerful, reliable model for prototypically long trains
- Stationed at BD Cottbus, Cottbus depot
- With switchable shunting light and individually switchable headlight or tail light in digital mode The design of the 132 class was derived from experience with the 130 and 131 class.
The DR purchased 709 of the optimised locomotives with electric heating from the Voroshilovgrad Locomotive Works in the Soviet Union.
The top speed was set at 120 km/h, the power of the versatile machine was 3,000 hp.








  Roco RO7310040 349.00 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 354,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive T 679.
1 of the Czechoslovak State Railways.
Update!
Form variation!

- Finely-detailed, separately attached windscreen wipers
- For the first time with complete brake air lines including fully formed air tanks
- Particularly authentic reproduction of the bogies
- Free-standing shunter’s handle rails under the buffer
- With individually switchable headlight or tail light, driver’s cab and engine room lighting in digital mode The CSD received a total of 599 locomotives from the T 679 class from 1966 onwards.
Some locomotives were manufactured as broad-gauge versions with designation T 679.
5.
The locomotives were mainly used to pull heavy freight trains.








  Roco RO7310044 339.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 344,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 218 435 of the Deutsche Bahn.

- bwegt logos enclosed as decals
- Roof design features long engine cover for an MTU 4000 engine
- Operating condition as of 2021 with new LED lighting: Tail light on the outer headlight positions
- Separately applied plug-in parts, in part using etching technology
- With switchable high beam and individually switchable headlight or tail light in digital mode
- Model has prototypical low wheel flanges
- Wheelsets with 1.
2 mm high wheel flanges available as spare parts (Art.
no.
145433, 145435)
- Z21 driver's cab available From 1971, the German Federal Railway put 398 class 218 series locomotives into service and used them to pull both passenger and freight trains.
They are usually operated on non-electrified lines.
The locomotives are currently still in service at the Ulm, Kempten and Mühldorf am Inn locations, and are regularly swapped between these points.








  Roco RO7310049 368.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 374,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 761 102 of Metrans.

- Elaborate anniversary design
- Exterior mirrors enclosed to portray folded and unfolded positions
- Separately attached handle rails, windscreen wipers and UIC sockets
- With switchable high beam and individually switchable headlight or tail light in digital mode
- In cooperation with Railcolor Design The 761 102 Metrans was provided with a striking advertising design in the year 2023 to suit the slogan "Past, present, future".
The grey front end represents the past, the yellow and red side the present and the other, blue front end the future.
Attentive observers will notice that the original company logo which can still be seen on the other Metrans Hercules has been featured on the grey front end representing the past, whereas the blue front end representing the future bears the new logo.








  Roco RO7310067 884.90 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 899,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Railway slewing crane belonging to the Polish State Railways with real digitally controlled operating functions.
Edition model!
Functions:
- Independent driving
- Free running possible in block train
- Crane upper carriage with boom can be rotated 360°
- Boom can be raised and lowered
- Telescopic boom can be extended and retracted
- Crane hook over multiple rope pulley can be raised and lowered
- Crane driver’s cabin with switchable exterior lighting
- Work lamp switchable on telescopic boom
- With on-board digital decoder and switchable light and sound functions
- Movable outrigger
- Protection wagon with bearing block, counterweight and support pedestals
- Control using Z21 multiMAUS or Z21 WLANMAUS
- Specially adapted crane control in the Z21 app
- Control using PS4 controller Fully functional model of a 6-axle railway slewing crane with movable telescopic boom.
The crane can travel independently or, once the gear coupling has been unlocked manually, as part of the train.
The upper carriage can be rotated 360° with no end stop.
All turning and lifting movements feature a soft start and stop mechanism.
This means you can have lots of fun lifting bridges or laying switches and track yokes.
The horizontal boom is suitable for working under overhead contact lines.
The telescopic boom can be tilted and telescoped in any working position, even with a load attached to the crane's hook.








  Roco RO73110 432.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 439,9€





Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva a vapor da DRG, classe 85
Analógica DC. Socket PluX22 para digitalização

- Pintura atrativa
- Inúmeros detalhes aplicados separadamente

Época II. 187mm








  Roco RO73111 599.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 609,9€




/ /
Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva a vapor da DRG, classe 85
Digital DCC com sons completos de funcionamento

- Com gerador de fumo dinâmico
- Diversas funções de som e luz
- Pintura atrativa
- Inúmeros detalhes aplicados separadamente

Época II. 187mm








  Roco RO7320004 339.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 344,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 742 171 of CD Cargo.
Form variation!

- Version of the 3rd series with ribbed driver’s cab side wall and ribbed driver’s cab roof
- Modernised version with cladded radiator box
- Small upper headlight
- Free view through the driver’s cab
- Delicately crafted safety railings with transfer plate
- Wheelsets with low wheel flanges
- With switchable shunting light, individually switchable headlight or tail light and driver’s cab lighting in digital mode In the 1970s, the former Czechoslovak State Railways (CSD) was in great need of powerful diesel freight train locomotives for medium-weight shunting and line service.
For this purpose, the lighter T 466.
2 variant was derived from industrial locomotive type T 448.
Starting in 1977, it was manufactured by CKD in Prague in nine construction series (with small differences in each case) with 494 units and was operated by with the CSD until 1986.
In 1998, the series designation T 466.
2 was changed to 742.
Many locomotives are still in use today in freight transport for CD Cargo on Czech rails.








  Roco RO7320007 319.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 324,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 2415 of the Netherlands State Railways.

- For the first time in this livery with PluX22 sound decoder
- Design in light blue livery
- With switchable shunting light and individually switchable headlight or tail light in digital mode From 1954, the first locomotives of the series 2400 were put into service on the Netherlands State Railways.
In addition to several passenger trains, they mainly hauled freight trains and were used in shunting operations.








  Roco RO7320027 368.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 374,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive CC 72130 of the National French Railways.

- Current condition in “En Voyage” design
- Many separately attached plug-in parts, some etched parts
- Use in front of express trains on non-electrified main lines
- With switchable fan impellers
- Switchable headlight or tail light as well as driver’s cab lighting in digital mode The CC 72000 was considered the most powerful diesel locomotive of the SNCF when it made its début in 1967.
With its diesel-electric drive, the series could handle both high speeds and heavy loads.
For over 40 years, the SNCF used the locomotives to pull express trains, for example between Lyon and Marseille or Paris and Basel, as well as heavy freight trains.








  Roco RO7320031 344.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 349,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 2062 007 of the Austrian Federal Railways.
Form variation!

- Design features third headlight and shunting radio antenna
- Equipped with digital shunting coupling - more fun guaranteed
- Motor stem and gearbox made of die-cast metal, therefore more dead weight and high tractive power
- Rich detailing on the model with many plug-in parts and freestanding handles
- Authentic light and sound functions switchable via onboard decoder
- Clear view through the driver's cab replica
- Buffer capacitor for uninterruptible power supply
- With set of etched signs included In order to replace the steam locomotives in shunting service, which were proving costly in terms of money and personnel, the Austrian Federal Railways procured a series of 400 hp diesel locomotives of the class 2062 from 1958 onwards.
The Jenbacher Werke in Tyrol built a total of 65 of these little twin-axle diesel locomotives until 1966.
With their striking, cast-iron front shields which served as ballast weights, this locomotive was operated in shunting and work train service across the whole of Austria.
These locomotives could also be found hauling passenger trains with one to two coaches on Lower Austrian branch lines.
The last engines were retired from normal service in 2003.
However, some are still in use today as factory and work train locomotives under the class designation X262.








  Roco RO7320032 344.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 349,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive class V 180 of the railway company of the German Democratic Republic (Deutsche Reichsbahn).

- Finely detailed model with many separately attached plug-in parts
- 4-axis design with fine wheelsets
- With round door cutout
- Painting with double banderole
- With horizontal handle rails at the front
- With individually switchable headlight or tail light, driver’s cab lighting and machine room lighting in digital mode







  Roco RO7320033 270.30 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 274,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive V 100 144 of the railway company of the German Democratic Republic (Deutschen Reichsbahn).

- For the first time with bell on front end
- Free-standing handle rails
- Stationed at the Erfurt depot
- With individually switchable headlight or tail light in digital mode The class V 100 was developed for passenger and freight train service and as a version for use in the DR shunting service.
The maximum speed of this locomotive was 100 km/h with a power output of 1000 hp.
It therefore quickly became a general-purpose locomotive and fitted neatly into the gap between the less powerful class V 60 and the more powerful class V 180.








  Roco RO7320035 339.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 344,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 218 341 of the Deutsche Bahn.

- With IC livery
- With switchable high beam and individually switchable headlight or tail light in digital mode
- Model has prototypical low wheel flanges
- Wheelsets with 1.
2 mm high wheel flanges available as spare parts (art.
no.
145433, 145435)
- Z21 driver’s cab available Since electric locomotive 101 013 already received paintwork with the “InterCity” design in 2022, it will also be followed by a diesel machine with designation 218 341.
Both locomotives with their IC livery are unique items in the DB AG fleet.








  Roco RO7320036 329.30 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 334,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 2016 902 of the Railadventure.

- Exterior mirrors enclosed to portray folded and unfolded positions
- Separately attached handle rails, windscreen wipers and UIC sockets
- Brake discs in contrasting colours
- With switchable high beam and individually switchable headlight or tail light in digital mode RailAdventure GmbH, with its headquarters in Munich, is the market leader for test and transfer runs of rail vehicles across all of Europe.
The company possesses locomotives, coupling adapter wagons and braking wagons.
In addition to various electric locomotives, RailAdventure also runs a Siemens EuroRunner diesel-electric locomotive for non-electrified lines with low axle loads.
At the end of 2022, the locomotive was purchased by the Styrian Railway and then given the RailAdventure design.








  Roco RO7320037 329.30 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 334,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 2016 921 of the Adria Transport.

- With PluX22 interface and LED headlight
- Exterior mirrors enclosed to portray folded and unfolded positions
- Separately attached handle rails, windscreen wipers and UIC sockets
- Brake discs in contrasting colours
- With switchable high beam and individually switchable headlight or tail light in digital mode Adria Transport was founded in 2005 as a joint venture between Graz-Köflacher Bahn und Busbetrieb GmbH (GKB) and the operating company of the port of Koper (Luka Koper).
The fleet also includes two Siemens Eurorunner (Hercules) diesel-electric locomotives, which, among its other advantages, do not require the power supplied on the Koper-Prešnica-Divaca line, meaning more trains can run on the line.
The 2016 921, which went into operation in 2012, is called “Ingrid”.








  Roco RO7320038 294.90 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 299,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 2043.
33 of the Austrian Federal Railways.

- Blood-orange livery with ivory-coloured roof
- Authentic design with red wheels
- Usage: Passenger and freight trains
- With switchable high beam and individually switchable headlight or tail light and driver's cab lighting in digital mode In the middle of the 1960s, the ÖBB commissioned a new class of diesel locomotives to replace the class 52, 77 and 93 steam locomotives.
Following the production of several prototypes, the Jenbacher Werke supplied the class 2043, featuring a 1,500 hp two-stroke diesel engine.
Originally, this locomotive was approved for 100 km/h, and later for 110 km/h.
With its axle pressure of 17 tonnes, it was also suitable for operation on branch lines.








  Roco RO7320039 270.30 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 274,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 132 146 of the German State Railway.

- Version in delivery condition
- Powerful, reliable model for prototypically long trains
- Stationed at BD Cottbus, Cottbus depot
- With switchable shunting light and individually switchable headlight or tail light in digital mode The design of the 132 class was derived from experience with the 130 and 131 class.
The DR purchased 709 of the optimised locomotives with electric heating from the Voroshilovgrad Locomotive Works in the Soviet Union.
The top speed was set at 120 km/h, the power of the versatile machine was 3,000 hp.








  Roco RO7320044 339.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 344,9€




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Diesel locomotive 218 435 of the Deutsche Bahn.

- bwegt logos enclosed as decals
- Roof design features long engine cover for an MTU 4000 engine
- Operating condition as of 2021 with new LED lighting: Tail light on the outer headlight positions
- Separately applied plug-in parts, in part using etching technology
- With switchable high beam and individually switchable headlight or tail light in digital mode
- Z21 driver’s cab available From 1971, the German Federal Railway put 398 class 218 series locomotives into service, using them both as passenger trains and as freight trains.
They are usually operated on non-electrified lines.
The locomotives are currently still in service at the Ulm, Kempten and Mühldorf am Inn locations, and are regularly swapped between these points.








  Roco RO7320049 368.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 374,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Diesel locomotive 761 102 of Metrans.

- Elaborate anniversary design
- Exterior mirrors enclosed to portray folded and unfolded positions
- Separately attached handle rails, windscreen wipers and UIC sockets
- With switchable high beam and individually switchable headlight or tail light in digital mode
- In cooperation with Railcolor Design The 761 102 Metrans was provided with a striking advertising design in the year 2023 to suit the slogan "Past, present, future".
The grey front end represents the past, the yellow and red side the present and the other, blue front end the future.
Attentive observers will notice that the original company logo which can still be seen on the other Metrans Hercules has been featured on the grey front end representing the past, whereas the blue front end representing the future bears the new logo.








  Roco RO74047 335.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 364,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Wagon set with four passenger coaches of the InterCity 515 “Hahnenkamm” of the Austrian Federal Railways.
Consisting of three 2nd class modular coaches class Bmpz and one 2nd class regional transport controller car type Bmpz-s.
Controller car update!

- For the first time with LED headlight
- Controller car with decoder for front/rear light switching
- With switchable driver’s cab and interior lighting in digital mode
- With train destination signs included
- Suitable additional wagon, art.
no.
74348







  Roco RO74348 69.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 66,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


2nd class commuter coach “City-Shuttle”, type Bmpz-l, of the Austrian Federal Railways.

- Supplementary coach for wagon set IC 515, item no.
74047







  Roco RO74474 77.20 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 74,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Standard coach IV passenger train coach 1st class, type A of the Swiss Federal Railways.

- For the first time in new design with red doors as prototype design
- Bogies with yaw dampers
- Art.
No.
74475:
- Changed running number The standard coaches of the type EW (standard) IV were delivered from 1981 to the SBB and form one of the largest Swiss coach fleets with 500 vehicles.
The coach body is produced as a welded steel lightweight construction.
Travellers loved these coaches due to their generously-sized interiors with face to face seating, and the fact that they ran smoothly even at high speeds.
The EW IV coaches have been subjected to diverse modernisations, but still run today across almost all of Switzerland.








  Roco RO74475 77.20 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 74,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Standard coach IV passenger train coach 1st class, type A of the Swiss Federal Railways.

- For the first time in new design with red doors as prototype design
- Bogies with yaw dampers
- Art.
No.
74474:
- Changed running number The standard coaches of the type EW (standard) IV were delivered from 1981 to the SBB and form one of the largest Swiss coach fleets with 500 vehicles.
The coach body is produced as a welded steel lightweight construction.
Travellers loved these coaches due to their generously-sized interiors with face to face seating, and the fact that they ran smoothly even at high speeds.
The EW IV coaches have been subjected to diverse modernisations, but still run today across almost all of Switzerland.








  Roco RO74476 77.20 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 74,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Standard coach IV Passenger train coach 2nd class, type B of the Swiss Federal Railways.

- For the first time in new design with red doors as prototype design
- Bogies with yaw dampers
- Art.
No.
74477: Changed running number The standard coaches of the type EW (standard) IV were delivered from 1981 to the SBB and form one of the largest Swiss coach fleets with 500 vehicles.
The coach body is produced as a welded steel lightweight construction.
Travellers loved these coaches due to their generously-sized interiors with face to face seating, and the fact that they ran smoothly even at high speeds.
The EW IV coaches have been subjected to diverse modernisations, but still run today across almost all of Switzerland.








  Roco RO74477 77.20 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 74,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Standard coach IV Passenger train coach 2nd class, type B of the Swiss Federal Railways.

- For the first time in new design with red doors as prototype design
- Bogies with yaw dampers
- Art.
No.
74476: Changed running number The standard coaches of the type EW (standard) IV were delivered from 1981 to the SBB and form one of the largest Swiss coach fleets with 500 vehicles.
The coach body is produced as a welded steel lightweight construction.
Travellers loved these coaches due to their generously-sized interiors with face to face seating, and the fact that they ran smoothly even at high speeds.
The EW IV coaches have been subjected to diverse modernisations, but still run today across almost all of Switzerland.








  Roco RO74478 161.00 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 169,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Control coach 2nd class type EW-IV, type Bt of the Swiss Federal Railways.
Update!
Form variation!

- With new handle rail, separately attached windscreen wipers and new, separately applied SBB logo
- With switchable high beam and driver's cab and interior lighting in digital mode
- Modern design
- Bogies with yaw dampers
- DC current version When starting with the shunting of long-distance trains from 1996 onwards, SBB procured 60 IC Bt control cars.
The design of the vehicle, featuring 62 seats, is based on the familiar Eurocity coach.
The equipment also includes a wheelchair, pushchair and bicycle compartment, as well as a closed WC system with bioreactor.
The front end shape and the driver’s cab look very similar to the Re 460 locomotives, thus producing a homogeneous appearance.








  Roco RO74479 161.00 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 169,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Control coach 2nd class type EW-IV, type Bt of the Swiss Federal Railways.
Update!
Form variation!

- With new handle rail, separately attached windscreen wipers and new, separately applied SBB logo
- With switchable high beam and driver's cab and interior lighting in digital mode
- Modern design
- Bogies with yaw dampers
- AC current version When the long-distance trains were converted into shuttle trains from the year 1996 onwards, the SBB procured 60 control coaches of the type IC Bt.
The design of the vehicle, featuring 62 seats, is based on the familiar Eurocity coach.
The equipment also includes a wheelchair, pushchair and bicycle compartment, as well as a closed WC system with bioreactor.
The front end shape and the driver’s cab look very similar to the Re 460 locomotives, thus producing a homogeneous appearance.








  Roco RO7500008 260.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 264,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive RC4 1139 of the Inlandståg.

- Roof edge with wide, additional box vent superstructures
- Equipped with Norrland obstacle deflector
- Switchable headlight with DIP switch To cope with increased transport volumes, the Swedish rail operator Inlandståg purchased an electric locomotive from Green Cargo in 2019.
The newly-designated RC4 1139 was painted at Tagab in a conspicuous red design.
During the course of these changes, the locomotive, built in 1975 by ASEA, was given the name "Elektra".








  Roco RO7500012 245.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 249,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 1216 903 of the Czech State Railways.

- “Najbrt” design
- Elaborate roof garden with four pantographs
- Finely-detailed model with separately attached handle rails
- Switchable headlight / tail light with DIP switch The electric locomotives from Siemens, type ES64U4 were used as the class 1216 (Taurus III) by the ÖBB and other European railway transport companies and are multi-system three-phase current general-purpose locomotives based on technology from the Siemens EuroSprinter family.
The locomotives are able to achieve a top speed of 230 km/h with a power output of 6,400 kW.
In September 2019, the Czech State Railways purchased locomotives 1216 902 and 903 from Rail Transport Service GmbH (RTS).
After a thorough overhaul and repainting in the current Najbrt design, they are now mostly used in EuroCity traffic.








  Roco RO7500015 245.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 249,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 185 389 of the Deutsche Bahn.

- Particularly elaborate printing in CO2 design
- Separately applied windscreen wipers
- Switchable headlight / tail light with DIP switch
- Officially licensed by AUDI AG* The class 185.
2 is an electric dual-system locomotive featuring a crash-optimised locomotive body by Bombardier Transportation.
It can be operated on both the 15 kV/16 2/3 Hz and 25 kV/ 50 Hz AC voltage systems commonly used in Europe.
The 185 389 was delivered to the DB AG in 2009 and has been approved for Germany and Austria.
Over the course of a comprehensive cooperation regarding the transport of new vehicles between the DB-AG corporate group and the car manufacturer Audi, the locomotive was provided with a conspicuous special design.
* Trademarks, design patents and copyrights are used with the approval of the owner AUDI AG.








  Roco RO7500016 245.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 249,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 386 012 of the Metrans.

- With many separately attached plug-in parts, in part in using etching technology
- Used in cross-border transport to haul freight trains
- Switchable headlight/tail light with DIP switch Metrans is one of the leading European providers of intermodal container transport in seaport-hinterland services.
The company owns 43 class 186 electric locomotives (Bombardier TRAXX F140 MS).
These locomotives are registered in the Czech Republic and incorporated into the CD numbering scheme as the class 386.
In 2018, ten new engines (386 031–40) were supplied.
These are equipped with the country-specific package DE-AT-PL-NL-CZ-SK-HU.








  Roco RO7500017 216.20 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 219,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 110 504 of the Deutsche Bahn.

- Design in beige-red livery with DB AG logos
- Finely detailed model with many separately attached plug-in parts
- Switchable tail light with DIP switch In addition to the class 103, the class 112 in beige-red livery is most certainly one of the most elegant locomotives in the DB fleet from the 1970s and 80s.
The DB put six E 10.
1 (E 10 1239–1244) into service in May 1962 which featured special Henschel bogies designed to cope with speeds of 160 km/h.
These locomotives were intended to pull the Rheingold trains and the locomotive-hauled trainsets now being used by the Rheinpfeil-Gruppe.
In autumn 1962, when the E 10 1265–1270 locomotives which were actually intended for these bogies became available, the E 10 1239–1244 were deconstructed to regain their original condition, and the E 10 1265–1270 locomotives took over these upscale services together with the E 10 1308–1312 locomotives which were delivered soon afterwards.
At the end of the 1960s, the last series of the E 10.
12 were produced, the 112 485–504.
These locomotives were designed for Krupp bogies, which were able to withstand speeds of 160 km/h.
In November 1994, the 114 504 (ex 112 504) was redesignated to 110 504, and put into regional service in the Stuttgart area.
This hard-working locomotive featured prominently in railway fan photography due to its special paintwork.








  Roco RO7500023 235.90 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 239,9€





Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva elétrica da OBB, classe 1042.5
Analógica DC. Socket PluX22 para digitalização

- Versão com as janelas da frente curvas

Época IV. 186mm








  Roco RO7500027 314.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 319,9€





Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva elétrica da SBB, classe 11131
Analógica DC. Socket PluX22 para digitalização

- Modelo altamente detalhado
- Modelo de época IV sem unidade de ar condicionado

Época IV. 178mm








  Roco RO7500028 314.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 319,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 420 501 of Swiss railway company BLS.

- 1st construction series of Re 4/4 II
- With many separately attached plug-in parts, in part using etching technology
- Pantograph with innovative fastening
- Etched type plate
- Switchable headlight with DIP switch
- Z21 driver’s cab available Re 4/4 II 11110, built for the SBB in 1966, was sold to BLS at the end of 2004 together with five other machines.
The Re 420 501 was not only the first silver “BoBo”, it was also the only one that initially ran with an SBB number, but with the BLS logo on the SBB.
The locomotive was used by BLS for passenger as well as freight traffic.
The cargo ban only applied to numbers 507-512.
The 501 was also the last Re 420 to leave BLS and was handed over to the Extrazug.
ch association.
It plans to paint it green again in the future.








  Roco RO7500031 245.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 249,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive Re 484 018 of the Cisalpino.

- Finely detailed model with many separately attached plug-in parts
- Design with snow plough on the chassis
- With four pantographs for travelling between Italy and Switzerland
- Switchable headlight/tail light with DIP switch In August 2005, Cisalpino, a joint venture between the SBB and Trenitalia, rented some class 484 locomotives.
They were used for cross-border EuroCity traffic between Berne, Geneva and Milan.
This meant that a locomotive change was no longer necessary at the border, which shortened the transition and therefore the total travel duration.
These locomotives featured a striking design in silver, red and light blue.
In this way, the class 484 was used to haul passenger trains for the first time.
Due to delivery delays on new multiple units, Cisalpino continued operation of the six locomotives until the end of 2007.








  Roco RO7500032 245.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 249,9€





Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva elétrica da OBB, classe 1216
Analógica DC. Socket PluX22 para digitalização

- Modelo extremamente detalhado
- Tejadilho com design elaborado e 4 pantógrafos

Época VI. 225mm








  Roco RO7500033 265.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 269,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive Re 620 086 of the Swiss Federal Railways.

- Version with off-centre “HOCHDORF” coat of arms
- Inset, finely-detailed etched parts such as ventilation grilles and windscreen wipers
- Square lamps
- Finely-spoked wheels and pantographs The Re 6/6s are six-axle electric locomotives of the Swiss Federal Railways which were purchased as a replacement for the Ae 6/6 for heavy-duty service on the Gotthard.
With an hourly output of 7,850 kW and a top speed of 140 km/h, the Re 6/6, which was first put into service in 1972, is still considered one of the strongest locomotives in Switzerland today.
Later designated the Re 620, they were equipped with driver’s cab air conditioning from 2005.








  Roco RO7500034 240.80 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 244,9€





Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva elétrica da SETG, classe 193 692
Analógica DC. Socket PluX22 para digitalização

- Modelo exclusivo ROCO
- Designs diferentes para cada lado da máquina
- Design atrativo “Wood Works”
- Máquina utilizada no transporte de carga internacional

Época VI. 218mm








  Roco RO7500035 265.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 269,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 186 909 of the leasing company Akiem, rented out to SBB Cargo International.

- Baptised with the name “Monte Olimpino”
- Side walls feature different designs
- Version in special night-time design
- Service in cross-border freight transport
- With separately attached plug-in parts, in part using etching technology
- Design with snow plough on the chassis
- Switchable headlight/tail light with DIP switch
- In cooperation with Railcolor Design Based on the TRAXX MS2e platform by Bombardier, this locomotive can be produced in many versions and is thus ideal for the interoperability requirements on railway freight transport in Central and Western Europe.
It can be operated on all European electricity networks.
Since the first of January, 2021, the RAlpin-"Rollende Autobahn" (Rolling Highway) Freiburg im Breisgau to Novara Boschetto has been hauled using class 186 locomotives.
The 186 909 owned by the SBB is the only locomotive to bear the striking "Nightpiercer" design which sets it apart from the other engines.








  Roco RO7500037 245.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 249,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive ME 146-12 of metronom Eisenbahngesellschaft mbH.

- Finely detailed design with many separately attached plug-in parts
- Design with cowcatcher on the chassis
- First model to feature the PluX22 interface Since 2003, metronom has been connecting the northern part of Lower Saxony, Hamburg and Bremen with its yellow and blue double-decker trains drawn by locomotives.
metronom Eisenbahngesellschaft mbH is a railway company not owned by the federal German government based in Uelzen (Lower Saxony).
The company operates five local passenger transport lines under the metronom brand on 390 kilometres of track.
The ME 146-12 comes from the second delivery series of eight TRAXX type P160 AC2 locomotives built in 2005, which is based on the crash-optimised locomotive body of DB class 185.
2.








  Roco RO7500038 260.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 264,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 193 110 “Goldpiercer” of Railpool rented out to SBB Cargo International.
LED headlights which change according to driving direction (3x white at front, 1x white at rear).
In digital mode, light functions can be switched according to the Swiss archetype.

- Version with special design from the Silverpiercer series to mark the 300th locomotive from Railpool
- Baptised with the name “Zugersee”
- Finely detailed model with four roof pantographs
- Cross-border service in freight transport
- Free-standing handle rails, in part made from metal
- In cooperation with Railcolor Design SBB Cargo International received the first ETCS Baseline 3 Vectron through leasing company Railpool in 2023.
Both Vectron from Railpool and ETCS Baseline 3 locomotives are a novelty in Switzerland.
A long-term lease agreement was concluded for eight locomotives, which is why five of the locomotives have been given the Alppiercer design typical of SBB Cargo International.
Now the Railpool 193 110 “Goldpiercer” has also been painted for SBB Cargo International in the style of the previous Nightpiercer series.
The “Goldpiercer” is already the seventh special locomotive that has been created on a Vectron.
Like their predecessors (MRCE Vectron – also called the “Shadowpiercer”), the DACHINL locomotives will be given Swiss lake names.
The choice of the 193 110 name “Zugersee” with the special design is not a coincidence, as it is Railpool’s 300th new locomotive, which is why it also has discreet golden stripes.








  Roco RO7500039 240.80 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 244,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 193 402 of Alphatrains.

- Use in international freight traffic
- With detailed roof design
- Free-standing handle rails, in part made from metal
- Switchable headlight/tail light with DIP switch Alpha Trains is the leading rail vehicle rental company in Europe.
The company owns more than 950 locomotives and multiple units.
In November 2022, Alpha Trains ordered 15 more Vectron locomotives.
The new Vectron MS and AC locomotives with a maximum output of 6.
4 megawatts and a maximum speed of 200 km/h round out the existing Alpha Trains fleet.
Among other routes, the locomotives are used on the Germany – Austria – Italy line.








  Roco RO7500040 240.80 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 244,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 193 818 of Siemens Mobility GmbH.

- Design as Siemens demonstration locomotive
- With detailed roof design
- Free-standing handle rails, in part made from metal
- Switchable headlight/tail light with DIP switch The introduction of the Vectron opened a new chapter in Siemens locomotive history.
An especially aerodynamic design, very good crash safety and great flexibility are all points in favour of the Vectron.
The advantage of the Vectron for customers lies in the countless possibilities for designing its technical features.
A modular system ensures that the widest range of requirements of the respective railway companies can be met.
Locomotives for different power systems, speeds or train control systems are available.
Siemens test, homologation or demonstration locomotives include all locomotives used by Siemens Mobility itself.
These machines have white paintwork with a dark grey frame.








  Roco RO7500041 240.80 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 244,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 383 006 of the CD Cargo.








  Roco RO7500042 235.90 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 239,9€





Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva elétrica da STB, classe 1142
Analógica DC. Socket PluX22 para digitalização

- Design atual
- Igual à real utilizada no transporte de carga na Alemanha e Aústria

Época VI. 186mm








  Roco RO7500043 240.80 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 244,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive BB 7290 of the National French Railways.

- Features engraved running numbers on the side walls and digits adhered to the front in line with the prototype
- Locomotive for the transport of Talgo trains in France with red parts on the buffers
- Exceptionally finely-detailed model with many separately applied plug-in parts, in part made of metal
- Perforated steps
- Delicately crafted current collector design
- Switchable headlight/tail light with DIP switch From 1976, the National French Railways procured a total of 237 BB 7200 multi-purpose locomotives for use on the French direct-current network.
The design of these locomotives, with their so-called “nez cassé” (broken nose), was created by the Frenchman Paul Arzens.
Several of these locomotives featured special buffers for hauling "Talgo III RD" trains, which were capable of changing tracks.
The buffer bodies on these engines were painted red.








  Roco RO7500044 235.90 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 239,9€





Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva elétrica da OBB, classe 1144
Analógica DC. Socket PluX22 para digitalização

Época VI. 185mm








  Roco RO7500045 629.20 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 639,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Locomotive set with the electric locomotives 421 373 and 421 381 of Widmer Rail Services (WRS).

- Both locomotives fully equipped
- With CH and D pantographs with innovative fastening
- Different roof line colours
- Switchable headlight with DIP switch
- Z21 driver's cab available As they increased in age, the Re 421 fleet owned by SBB Cargo were some of the first locomotives of the Re 4/4 family to be put up for sale.
The Re 421 class was produced from the last delivery of Re 4/4 II series 11371 – 11397, built in the years 1983 - 1985, which were then retrofitted between 2002 and 2004 for service in Germany.
The 26 locomotives (with the exception of the 11382, which was taken out of service due to a fire in 2002) were intended to supplement the Re 482 fleet delivered in 2002 for cross-border transport between Germany and Switzerland, and were also intended for use in German domestic transport for SBB Cargo Deutschland.
Later, the locomotives were mainly rented out to foreign rail transport companies.
Because leasing rates for locomotives to private companies declined as the numbers of new locomotives and leasing companies entering the market increased, the Re 421s were increasingly displaced to Switzerland.
The engines had never been upgraded with air conditioning and the ETCS equipment which was becoming increasingly important in Switzerland, so they were put up for sale early on.
Widmer Rail Services (WRS) was the first company to secure the two locomotives Re 421 373 + 381 in January 2018, which today continue to provide valuable services for this Swiss-based company.








  Roco RO7500046 240.80 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 244,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive BB 9338 of the National French Railways.
Update!

- Now with PluX16 interface and LED lighting
- With finely-detailed pantographs
- With many separately attached plug-in parts, in part using etching technology In 1968/69, 40 of these powerful universal locomotives were purchased by SNCF.
They were used in high-quality passenger train service as well as for hauling express freight trains.
The top speed was 160 km/h with a power output of 4,240 kW.








  Roco RO7500047 255.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 259,9€





Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva elétrica da OBB, classe 1670
Analógica DC. Socket PluX22 para digitalização

- Versão com o tejadilho longo
- Versão sem o logotipo OBB

Época IV. 167mm








  Roco RO7500048 521.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 529,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Locomotive set with two Rm electric locomotives of the Swedish State Railway.
Form variation!

- Design in original condition
- Prototypical front with replica of the automatic coupling
- Both locomotives fully equipped
- Switchable headlight with DIP switch As a replacement for the three-part electric locomotives with rod drive of the class Dm3, six Rm 1257 - 1262 units based on the Rc4 were built in the 1970s for ore transport on the Kiruna - Narvik line, with a higher weight, different transmission and lower top speed (only 100 instead of 135 km/h).
Initially, the units were used in triple traction Rm+Rm+Rm; later the composition was changed to Rm+Rc4+Rm.
However, their expected success did not materialise as desired, meaning that the tried and tested Dm3s continued to pull the ore trains and the Rms, after several conversions, were used as individual units in regular freight train service.








  Roco RO7500051 304.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 309,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 1207 of the Netherlands State Railways.

- In turquoise livery
- Finely-detailed design with many separately attached plug-in parts, in part using etching technology
- Wheelsets with low wheel flanges
- Locomotive suitable for Plan-D coach set, item 6200049 The Dutch 1200 series electric locomotives are six-axle heavy electric locomotives.
They were developed by the American Westinghouse and Baldwin companies, but built under license in the Netherlands.
A total of 25 locomotives were sold to the Netherlands State Railways.
The elevated, brawny front ends and the small driver's cab are characteristic of American locomotives.
Most of the 1200 series locomotives were run by the NS until the year 1988.
Today, only a few of these vehicles are still used in museums or private rail companies.
The locomotive with the number 1207 was supplied to the NS in 1952 under the factory number 931.
This locomotive, in its turquoise livery, was used to haul the first post-war NS through train wagons.








  Roco RO7500052 275.20 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 279,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 180 004 of the railway company of the German Democratic Republic (Deutsche Reichsbahn).

- Model in finely-detailed design with many separately attached plug-in parts
- Pantographs with innovative fastening
- Elaborate design of the roof area as well as the ventilator slats allowing an unobstructed view
- Finely-detailed design of the bogies as well as the spoked wheels
- With cowcatchers and air tanks included in closed form for realistic presentation in display cabinets In the 1980s, the DR procured electric dual-system locomotives in order to simplify the consistently-increasing flow of traffic and operational processes in cross-border transport between the GDR and Czechoslovakia.
Due to a lack of experience in the field of dual-system technology (GDR: AC voltage 15 kV/16? Hz, CSSR: DC voltage 3 kV) and the full utilisation of capacities at the electric locomotive manufacturer LEW in Hennigsdorf, the engines were designed based on the CSD classes ES 499.
1 and 499.
2.
However, the Škoda locomotive factory had never built a locomotive for the 15 kV/16? Hz AC system before, and for this reason these AC unit parts were supplied from the GDR.
Due to the CSD’s requirements, this resulted in a two-fold contract for Škoda, with 15 class 372 locomotives and 20 class 230 locomotives for the DR.
During the merger of both German state railways, the German locomotives were given the new class designation 180 from 1991 onwards.








  Roco RO7500053 245.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 249,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 185 552 of MRCE, rented out to the National French Railways.

- Design features Nightjet transport labelling
- Pantographs with innovative fastening
- Separately applied windscreen wipers
- Pilots fastened to chassis
- Elaborately printed model
- Switchable headlight / tail light with DIP switch Together with the DB-185s, these locomotives 185 551 – 557 were the first TRAXX engines approved for use in France.
They were delivered to MRCE in 2005/2006 in black livery.
The Nightjet transport Paris – Cologne – Vienna was introduced in December 2022.
The night connection is operated as a joint venture between the SNCF and the Austrian Federal Railways.
Amongst others, specially-designed engines are used to haul the trains.








  Roco RO7500054 240.80 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 244,9€





Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva elétrica da OBB, classe 4061
Analógica DC. Socket PluX22 para digitalização

Época IV. 186mm








  Roco RO7500056 235.90 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 239,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 141 278 of the German Federal Railway.

- For the first time with multi-nozzle fan grilles
- Etched catwalks and windscreen wipers
- Finely-detailed model with free-standing handle rails
- Switchable headlight/tail light with DIP switch The class E 41/141 locomotives were first delivered in 1956 for light mixed service on main and branch lines.
They were the only class in the standard locomotive program to feature a rear derailleur on the low-voltage side of the transformer.
The rear derailleur made a characteristic noise that, in addition to the large jumps in traction force, resulted in the nickname “firecracker”.








  Roco RO7500057 245.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 249,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 189 112 of the Akiem.

- Operation in cross-border transport
- Elaborate roof design with four pantographs
- Finely-detailed model with many separately attached plug-in parts
- Switchable headlight/tail light with DIP switch Akiem S.
A.
S.
, based in Saint-Ouen near Paris, is a French leasing company for locomotives.
The company is one of the leading lessors of locomotives in the continental European rail market.
Akiem owns over 750 locomotives from different manufacturers.








  Roco RO7500058 235.90 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 239,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive E.
656.
009 of the Italian State Railways.

- Version with horizontal dampers
- Pantographs FS type 52 with bent slide plate
- With many separately attached plug-in parts
- Finely detailed metal handle rails
- Switchable headlight/tail light with DIP switch The E.
656 class is a six-axle Italian electric locomotive class nicknamed “Caimano” (English: cayman).
It is an advancement of types E.
636, E.
645 and E.
646 also with a split locomotive body.
Compared to type E.
636, however, they have modified axle and pivot spacing.
The high tractive force and the maximum speed of 150 km/h means it can be used to pull passenger and freight trains.








  Roco RO7500059 240.80 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 244,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 155 239 of the Erfurter Bahnservice GmbH.

- Continuation of the EBS series in a new design
- Finely-detailed pantographs
- Finely engraved bogies
- Switchable headlight/tail light with DIP switch
- In cooperation with Railcolor Design/OnTrack From 1977, the railway company of the German Democratic Republic procured 270 class 250 class locomotives (later renamed the class 155) for heavy freight transport.
Due to their lack of streamlined curves, which are of negligible importance at their low top speed, they were given the nickname “Strom-Container” (electricity container) or simply “Backstein” (the brick).








  Roco RO7500063 240.80 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 244,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 193 580 of Budamar Logistics.

- Model exclusively available at ROCO
- With curved door handle
- Used in international goods transport
- With detailed roof design
- Free-standing handle rails, in part made from metal
- Driver’s cab lighting installed; switchable in digital mode
- In cooperation with Railcolor Design The Vectron locomotive 193 580 was the first of the design series with protected animals from the Budamar Group.
The new design of the Vectron locomotives underlines the fact that rail transport represents a responsible approach to the environment.
In addition to Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Hungary, the locomotives are also mainly operated in Germany and Austria as well as throughout Europe.








  Roco RO7500064 245.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 249,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 103 002 of the German Federal Railway.

- Pilot series version with scissors pantographs
- Operating condition: up to 1976
- Switchable headlight/tail light with DIP switch
- Suitable locomotive for D 377 “Hispania Express”, items 6200051, 6200052, 6200053
- Z21 driver’s cab available On the occasion of the International Transport Exhibition in Munich in 1965, the German Federal Railway regularly ran trains at speeds of up to 200 km/h for the first time.
The four locomotives of the class E 03 were then used for test runs as well as to pull particularly fast TEE and F trains.
With delivery of the class 103.
1 locomotives, the pilot class locomotives were transferred to test service over time.
Starting in the summer of 1974, all 103 pilot series units were based at the Hamburg-Eidelstedt depot.
In addition to three express train pairs to Nuremberg and Munich, express trains to Lüneburg, Hanover, Hildesheim and Bremen were then on the schedule.
Long-distance service was gradually discontinued, although non-scheduled express train service did occur.
In autumn 1979, the use of the 103.
0 class in regular service was discontinued and all four locomotives were permanently transferred to test service of the Germany Federal Railway.
Replica of the 103 002 as it was in service until September 1976.
Then it received UIC sockets, grab handles and ergonomic access ladders at the ends.
A year later, single-arm pantographs followed, before the skirts under the buffer beams were finally removed in autumn 1980.
The model is perfectly for the 160 km/h “Hispania” express train suited instead of a scheduled series 103.








  Roco RO7500067 265.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 269,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive class 101 of Deutsche Bahn.

- Model exclusively available from ROCO
- Free-standing handle rails and windscreen wipers, in part made from metal
- Switchable headlight/tail light with DIP switch ROCO is continuing its cooperation with Fahrtziel Natur (Destination Nature) after the great popularity of the 101 019!
From early summer 2024, another locomotive will display a message of climate-friendly and, above all, car-free tourism on its large sides.
Exclusively at ROCO, the special model of the “Fahrtziel Natur” locomotive will be available from autumn 2024.
Make sure to get this special model for your collection!








  Roco RO7500068 250.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 254,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 1619 of Raillogix.

- Design without air conditioning unit
- With signal horn box
- Pantographs with innovative fastening
- With many separately attached plug-in parts, in part using etching technology The NS received these four-axle electric locomotives of the 1600 series based on the French electric locomotive BB 7200.
In the year 1981, when they were introduced, they were the strongest NS locomotives in the fleet.
With an operating weight of 83 t, their output was 4,540 kW, and their maximum speed was 140 km/h.
Logistics service provider Raillogix also operates locomotives from the former fleet of the Netherlands State Railways.
The company organises rail transports for various types of freight such as containers, metals, bulk goods and consumer goods.








  Roco RO7500070 235.90 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 239,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive ES 64 U2-100 of logistic company Hupac Intermodal.

- Design with Swiss package
- Version with three pantographs
- Switchable headlight/tail light with DIP switch
- Z21 driver’s cab available The history of the silver-painted ES64U2 locomotives begins in 2000, although the first machine of this type was not built for ÖBB.
In September of the same year, the Siemens works in Munich-Allach delivered a locomotive with running number 1116 901.
Siemens decided to build some additional ES64U2 and ES64F machines, which were constructed in large numbers for different customers at this time as the basis for a pool for its new leasing activities.
Siemens Dispolok GmbH was founded as an independent subsidiary to manage the locomotive pool.
Hupac SA, one of the leading providers of rail transport in intermodal traffic through the Swiss Alps, was one of the first customers for the new Siemens pool and had its locomotive painted in its own company colours.
In 2002, all three machines were converted for operation in Switzerland.
This involved the use of the Swiss ZUB/Integra safety/signalling systems and pantographs with smaller contacts (1450 mm), which are required for operation in the many Swiss tunnels.
All three machines are used in Germany and Switzerland for many different services, not only for transporting Hupac convoys, but also for Hupac partners and other open-access operators who need tractive power for a certain amount of time.








  Roco RO7500072 260.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 264,9€





Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva elétrica da OBB, classe 1043
Analógica DC. Socket PluX22 para digitalização

Época V. 179mm








  Roco RO7500074 245.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 249,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 186 444 of Lokomotion.

- With striking “zebra” design
- Two-coloured pilots
- With separately attached plug-in parts, in part using etching technology
- Switchable headlight/tail light with DIP switch Munich-based Lokomotion has been operating transalpine freight for more than twenty years.
Since then, it has become known among railway enthusiasts for its diverse fleet of “zebra” locomotives, whether on the Brenner axis to Italy or the Tauern route to Slovenia as well as the Danube axis towards Eastern Europe.
Lokomotion provides the transport services in close cooperation with DB Cargo and Italian Rail Traction Company, which hold shares in the Munich-based company.
The blue stripes stand for Bavaria and the red stripes for South Tyrol.








  Roco RO7500078 260.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 264,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive class 144 of the German Federal Railway.
New design!

- Separately attached windscreen wipers
- Free view through the driver’s cab
- Wheelsets with low wheel flanges Almost 200 of the class E 44 electric locomotives (from 1968 onwards, DB class 144) were put into service between 1932 and 1954.
The power of the four-axle bogie locomotives was around 2,200 kW, with a maximum speed of 90 km/h.
The locomotives proved a success both for passenger trains and freight trains.
Some locomotives were equipped with a push-pull control and were thus used in suburban transport in urban centres.
The E 44, of which the E 44.
5, E 93 and E 94 series were advancements, can justifiably be called one of the most reliable and successful electric locomotives ever built, since it firmly established the viability of the bogie design and the axle-hung drive.
EDITION FREILASSING Selected models from the former Freilassing railway depot are reproduced under the “Edition Freilassing” label.
The first locomotives, at the time still running under steam, entered the locomotive shed with its 20 tracks in the year 1905.
Around 20 years later, the electric locomotive workshops were constructed, and further buildings followed over the subsequent years.
ROCO, too, has close connections with the Bavarian city of Freilassing, as the company’s first sales office was located here.
Look forward to the models in this unique edition!








  Roco RO7500082 290.00 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 294,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive E 469.
1 of the Czechoslovak State Railways.

- Design of Skoda factory type 43E
- Design in delivery state
- Locomotive signs supplied as etched parts
- Finely-detailed design of the bogies as well as the spoked wheels
- Fine metal wheels with low wheel flanges
- Completely newly developed pantograph with innovative fastening In the early 1960s, the former Czechoslovak State Railways (CSD) needed a new, powerful electric freight locomotives for the 3 kV direct current system in the northern and eastern part of the country.
Experience with the E 499.
0 and E 499.
1 classes – originally developed as universal locomotives – showed that they could be better utilised in passenger service.
Locomotive E 499.
157 was therefore modified during production for use in freight service and designated the E 469.
001.
This locomotive had the same power but was equipped with a modified wheelset gearbox by the manufacturer.
The service weight was also raised to 88 tonnes by a ballast weight.
The series machines had a modified locomotive body.
Unlike the E 499.
0 with six circular windows per side section, the locomotives of the E 499.
1 and E 469.
1 classes had four angular windows installed.
With a continuous output of 2,032 kW, they were able to achieve a maximum speed of 90 km/h.
A total of 85 Skoda locomotives were delivered to the Czechoslovak State Railways.
The locomotives were mainly used for hauling freight trains on main lines with low gradients.
Their preferred use was as coal block trains on the lines from the North Bohemian lignite basin to the east, but they were also used in Slovakia from the 1960s to the 1990s.
As they were derived from the 499.
1 class, the machines had electric train heating, meaning they could also be used with passenger trains.
The main reason they were not often used in front of passenger trains was their low maximum speed.
Most electrified lines had been designed for a maximum line speed of 100 or 120 km/h since the 1960s.
That means the locomotives of the E 469.
1 class were too slow for passenger trains.
However, they could also be seen on selected routes in passenger service.
In 1988, the series designation E 469.
1 was changed to 121.
Some vehicles also went to the Slovakian railway company ZSSK.
Several vehicles were modernised and acquired by private operators.








  Roco RO7500089 294.90 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 299,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 9902 of the Railexperts.

- Model exclusively available at ROCO
- Pantographs with innovative fastening
- With many separately attached plug-in parts, in part using etching technology







  Roco RO7500090 270.30 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 274,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 460 078 of the Swiss Federal Railways.

- Elaborate printing in the “Nendaz and I” design with different side designs
- Separately attached SBB logo and additional handle rail at the front
- Switchable headlight/tail light with DIP switch Since May 2023, the 460 078 class has been advertising for the “Swisstainable on the Road” campaign by Schweiz Tourismus.
Swisstainable is the sustainability strategy of Schweiz Tourismus and the tourism industry.
The goal is to promote sustainable travel in a targeted manner.
That is why the locomotive bears the advertising message “Nendaz and I”, which refers to travelling from the tourist resort of Nendaz, located in the canton of Valais, into the whole of Switzerland.








  Roco RO7500138 314.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 319,9€





Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva elétrica da SBB, classe 11127
Analógica DC. Socket PluX22 para digitalização

Época V/VI. 171mm








  Roco RO7510008 383.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 389,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive RC4 1139 of the Inlandståg.

- Roof edge with wide, additional box vent superstructures
- Equipped with Norrland obstacle deflector
- With switchable high beam and individually switchable headlight or tail light in digital mode To cope with increased transport volumes, the Swedish rail operator Inlandståg purchased an electric locomotive from Green Cargo in 2019.
The newly-designated RC4 1139 was painted at Tagab in a conspicuous red design.
During the course of these changes, the locomotive, built in 1975 by ASEA, was given the name "Elektra".








  Roco RO7510012 368.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 374,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 1216 903 of the Czech State Railways.

- “Najbrt” design
- Elaborate roof garden with four pantographs
- Finely-detailed model with separately attached handle rails
- Switchable high beam and individually switchable headlight or tail light in digital mode The electric locomotives from Siemens, type ES64U4 were used as the class 1216 (Taurus III) by the ÖBB and other European railway transport companies and are multi-system three-phase current general-purpose locomotives based on technology from the Siemens EuroSprinter family.
The locomotives are able to achieve a top speed of 230 km/h with a power output of 6,400 kW.
In September 2019, the Czech railways purchased these locomotives 1216 902 and 903 from the Rail Transport Service GmbH (RTS).
After a thorough overhaul and repainting in the ÖBB TS workshops in Linz, they are now mainly used in EuroCity transport between Vienna and Poland.








  Roco RO7510015 368.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 374,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 185 389 of the Deutsche Bahn.

- Particularly elaborate printing in CO2 design
- Separately applied windscreen wipers
- With switchable high beam and individually switchable headlight or tail light in digital mode
- Officially licensed by AUDI AG* The class 185.
2 is an electric dual-system locomotive featuring a crash-optimised locomotive body by Bombardier Transportation.
It can be operated on both the 15 kV/16 2/3 Hz and 25 kV/ 50 Hz AC voltage systems commonly used in Europe.
The 185 389 was delivered to the DB AG in 2009 and has been approved for Germany and Austria.
Over the course of a comprehensive cooperation regarding the transport of new vehicles between the DB-AG corporate group and the car manufacturer Audi, the locomotive was provided with a conspicuous special design.
* Trademarks, design patents and copyrights are used with the approval of the owner AUDI AG.








  Roco RO7510016 368.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 374,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 386 012 of the Metrans.

- With many separately attached plug-in parts, in part in using etching technology
- Used in cross-border transport to haul freight trains
- With switchable high beam and individually switchable headlight or tail light in digital mode Metrans is one of the leading European providers of intermodal container transport in seaport-hinterland services.
The company owns 43 class 186 electric locomotives (Bombardier TRAXX F140 MS).
These locomotives are registered in the Czech Republic and incorporated into the CD numbering scheme as the class 386.
In 2018, ten new engines (386 031–40) were supplied.
These are equipped with the country-specific package DE-AT-PL-NL-CZ-SK-HU.








  Roco RO7510017 339.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 344,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 110 504 of the Deutsche Bahn.

- Design in beige-red livery with DB AG logos
- Finely detailed model with many separately attached plug-in parts
- With individually switchable headlight or tail light in digital mode In addition to the class 103, the class 112 in beige-red livery is most certainly one of the most elegant locomotives in the DB fleet from the 1970s and 80s.
The DB put six E 10.
1 (E 10 1239–1244) into service in May 1962 which featured special Henschel bogies designed to cope with speeds of 160 km/h.
These locomotives were intended to pull the Rheingold trains and the locomotive-hauled trainsets now being used by the Rheinpfeil-Gruppe.
In autumn 1962, when the E 10 1265–1270 locomotives which were actually intended for these bogies became available, the E 10 1239–1244 were deconstructed to regain their original condition, and the E 10 1265–1270 locomotives took over these upscale services together with the E 10 1308–1312 locomotives which were delivered soon afterwards.
At the end of the 1960s, the last series of the E 10.
12 were produced, the 112 485–504.
These locomotives were designed for Krupp bogies, which were able to withstand speeds of 160 km/h.
In November 1994, the 114 504 (ex 112 504) was redesignated to 110 504, and put into regional service in the Stuttgart area.
This hard-working locomotive featured prominently in railway fan photography due to its special paintwork.








  Roco RO7510023 358.80 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 364,9€




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Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva elétrica da OBB, classe 1042.5
Digital DCC com sons completos de funcionamento

- Versão com as janelas da frente curvas

Época IV. 186mm








  Roco RO7510027 437.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 444,9€




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Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva elétrica da SBB, classe 11131
Digital DCC com sons completos de funcionamento

- Modelo altamente detalhado
- Modelo de época IV sem unidade de ar condicionado

Época IV. 178mm








  Roco RO7510028 437.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 444,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 420 501 of Swiss railway company BLS.

- 1st construction series of Re 4/4 II
- With many separately attached plug-in parts, in part using etching technology
- Pantograph with innovative fastening
- Etched type plate
- With switchable high beam and individually switchable headlight or tail light, driver’s cab lighting and machine room lighting in digital mode
- Z21 driver’s cab available Re 4/4 II 11110, built for the SBB in 1966, was sold to BLS at the end of 2004 together with five other machines.
The Re 420 501 was not only the first silver “BoBo”, it was also the only one that initially ran with an SBB number, but with the BLS logo on the SBB.
The locomotive was used by BLS for passenger as well as freight traffic.
The cargo ban only applied to numbers 507-512.
The 501 was also the last Re 420 to leave BLS and was handed over to the Extrazug.
ch association.
It plans to paint it green again in the future.








  Roco RO7510031 368.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 374,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive Re 484 018 of the Cisalpino.

- Finely detailed model with many separately attached plug-in parts
- Design with snow plough on the chassis
- With four pantographs for travelling between Italy and Switzerland
- With switchable high beam and individually switchable headlight or tail light in digital mode In August 2005, Cisalpino, a joint venture between the SBB and Trenitalia, rented some class 484 locomotives.
They were used for cross-border EuroCity traffic between Berne, Geneva and Milan.
This meant that a locomotive change was no longer necessary at the border, which shortened the transition and therefore the total travel duration.
These locomotives featured a striking design in silver, red and light blue.
In this way, the class 484 was used to haul passenger trains for the first time.
Due to delivery delays on new multiple units, Cisalpino continued operation of the six locomotives until the end of 2007.








  Roco RO7510032 368.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 374,9€




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Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva elétrica da OBB, classe 1216
Digital DCC com sons completos de funcionamento

- Modelo extremamente detalhado
- Tejadilho com design elaborado e 4 pantógrafos

Época VI. 225mm








  Roco RO7510033 388.30 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 394,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive Re 620 086 of the Swiss Federal Railways.

- Version in blue/red livery with off-centre “HOCHDORF” coat of arms
- Inset, finely-detailed etched parts such as ventilation grilles and windscreen wipers
- Square lamps
- Finely-spoked wheels and current collectors
- In digital mode with light functions according to the Swiss prototype The Re 6/6s are six-axle electric locomotives of the Swiss Federal Railways which were purchased as a replacement for the Ae 6/6 for heavy-duty service on the Gotthard.
With an hourly output of 7,850 kW and a top speed of 140 km/h, the Re 6/6, which was first put into service in 1972, is still considered one of the strongest locomotives in Switzerland today.
Later designated the Re 620, they were equipped with driver’s cab air conditioning from 2005.








  Roco RO7510034 363.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 369,9€




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Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva elétrica da SETG, classe 193 692
Digital DCC com sons completos de funcionamento

- Modelo exclusivo ROCO
- Designs diferentes para cada lado da máquina
- Design atrativo “Wood Works”
- Máquina utilizada no transporte de carga internacional

Época VI. 218mm








  Roco RO7510035 388.30 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 394,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 186 909 of the leasing company Akiem, rented out to SBB Cargo International.

- Baptised with the name “Monte Olimpino”
- Side walls feature different designs
- Version in special night-time design
- Service in international freight transport
- With separately attached plug-in parts, in part using etching technology
- Design with snow plough on the chassis
- With switchable high beam and individually switchable headlight or tail light in digital mode
- In cooperation with Railcolor Design Based on the TRAXX MS2e platform by Bombardier, this locomotive can be produced in many versions and is thus ideal for the interoperability requirements on railway freight transport in Central and Western Europe.
It can be operated on all European electricity networks.
Since the first of January, 2021, the RAlpin-"Rollende Autobahn" (Rolling Highway) Freiburg im Breisgau to Novara Boschetto has been hauled using class 186 locomotives.
The 186 909 owned by the SBB is the only locomotive to bear the striking "Nightpiercer" design which sets it apart from the other engines.








  Roco RO7510037 368.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 374,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive ME 146-12 of metronom Eisenbahngesellschaft mbH.

- Finely detailed design with many separately attached plug-in parts
- Design with cowcatcher on the chassis
- First model to feature the PluX22 interface
- With switchable high beam and individually switchable headlight or tail light in digital mode Since 2003, metronom has been connecting the northern part of Lower Saxony, Hamburg and Bremen with its yellow and blue double-decker trains drawn by locomotives.
metronom Eisenbahngesellschaft mbH is a railway company not owned by the federal German government based in Uelzen (Lower Saxony).
The company operates five local passenger transport lines under the metronom brand on 390 kilometres of track.
The ME 146-12 comes from the second delivery series of eight TRAXX type P160 AC2 locomotives built in 2005, which is based on the crash-optimised locomotive body of DB class 185.
2.








  Roco RO7510038 383.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 389,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 193 110 “Goldpiercer” of Railpool rented out to SBB Cargo International.

- Version with special design from the Silverpiercer series to mark the 300th locomotive from Railpool
- Baptised with the name “Zugersee”
- Finely detailed model with four roof pantographs
- Cross-border service in freight transport
- Free-standing handle rails, in part made from metal
- With switchable high beam and individually switchable headlight or tail light and driver’s cab lighting in digital mode
- In cooperation with Railcolor Design SBB Cargo International received the first ETCS Baseline 3 Vectron through leasing company Railpool in 2023.
Both Vectron from Railpool and ETCS Baseline 3 locomotives are a novelty in Switzerland.
A long-term lease agreement was concluded for eight locomotives, which is why five of the locomotives have been given the Alppiercer design typical of SBB Cargo International.
Now the Railpool 193 110 “Goldpiercer” has also been painted for SBB Cargo International in the style of the previous Nightpiercer series.
The “Goldpiercer” is already the seventh special locomotive that has been created on a Vectron.
Like their predecessors (MRCE Vectron – also called the “Shadowpiercer”), the DACHINL locomotives will be given Swiss lake names.
The choice of the 193 110 name “Zugersee” with the special design is not a coincidence, as it is Railpool’s 300th new locomotive, which is why it also has discreet golden stripes.








  Roco RO7510039 363.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 369,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 193 402 of Alphatrains.

- Use in international freight traffic
- With detailed roof design
- Free-standing handle rails, in part made from metal
- With switchable high beam and individually switchable headlight or tail light and driver’s cab lighting in digital mode Alpha Trains is the leading rail vehicle rental company in Europe.
The company owns more than 950 locomotives and multiple units.
In November 2022, Alpha Trains ordered 15 more Vectron locomotives.
The new Vectron MS and AC locomotives with a maximum output of 6.
4 megawatts and a maximum speed of 200 km/h round out the existing Alpha Trains fleet.
Among other routes, the locomotives are used on the Germany – Austria – Italy line.








  Roco RO7510040 363.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 369,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 193 818 of Siemens Mobility GmbH.

- Design as SIEMENS advertising vehicle
- Europe-wide deployment at various railway companies
- With detailed roof design
- Free-standing handle rails, in part made from metal
- With switchable high beam and individually switchable headlight or tail light and driver’s cab lighting in digital mode The introduction of the Vectron opened a new chapter in Siemens locomotive history.
An especially aerodynamic design, very good crash safety and great flexibility are all points in favour of the Vectron.
The advantage of the Vectron for customers lies in the countless possibilities for designing its technical features.
A modular system ensures that the widest range of requirements of the respective railway companies can be met.
Locomotives for different power systems, speeds or train control systems are available.
Siemens test, homologation or demonstration locomotives include all locomotives used by Siemens Mobility itself.
These machines have white paintwork with a dark grey frame.








  Roco RO7510041 363.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 369,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 383 006 of the CD Cargo.








  Roco RO7510042 358.80 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 364,9€




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Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva elétrica da STB, classe 1142
Digital DCC com sons completos de funcionamento

- Design atual
- Igual à real utilizada no transporte de carga na Alemanha e Aústria

Época VI. 186mm








  Roco RO7510043 363.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 369,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive BB 7290 of the National French Railways.

- Features engraved running numbers on the side walls and digits adhered to the front in line with the prototype
- Locomotive for the transport of Talgo trains in France with red parts on the buffers
- Exceptionally finely-detailed model with many separately applied plug-in parts, in part made of metal
- Perforated steps
- Delicately crafted current collector design
- Switchable high beam, parking and warning light as well as individually switchable headlight or tail light in digital mode From 1976, the National French Railways procured a total of 237 BB 7200 multi-purpose locomotives for use on the French direct-current network.
The design of these locomotives, with their so-called “nez cassé” (broken nose), was created by the Frenchman Paul Arzens.
Several of these locomotives featured special buffers for hauling "Talgo III RD" trains, which were capable of changing tracks.
The buffer bodies on these engines were painted red.








  Roco RO7510044 358.80 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 364,9€




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Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva elétrica da OBB, classe 1144
Digital DCC com sons completos de funcionamento

Época VI. 185mm








  Roco RO7510045 884.90 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 899,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Locomotive set with the electric locomotives 421 373 and 421 381 of Widmer Rail Services (WRS).

- Both locomotives fully equipped
- With CH and D pantographs with innovative fastening
- Different roof line colours
- With switchable high beam, and individually switchable headlight or tail light, driver's cab lighting and machine room lighting in digital mode
- Z21 driver’s cab available As they increased in age, the Re 421 fleet owned by SBB Cargo were some of the first locomotives of the Re 4/4 family to be put up for sale.
The Re 421 class was produced from the last delivery of Re 4/4 II series 11371 – 11397, built in the years 1983 - 1985, which were then retrofitted between 2002 and 2004 for service in Germany.
The 26 locomotives (with the exception of the 11382, which was taken out of service due to a fire in 2002) were intended to supplement the Re 482 fleet delivered in 2002 for cross-border transport between Germany and Switzerland, and were also intended for use in German domestic transport for SBB Cargo Deutschland.
Later, the locomotives were mainly rented out to foreign rail transport companies.
Because leasing rates for locomotives to private companies declined as the numbers of new locomotives and leasing companies entering the market increased, the Re 421s were increasingly displaced to Switzerland.
The engines had never been upgraded with air conditioning and the ETCS equipment which was becoming increasingly important in Switzerland, so they were put up for sale early on.
Widmer Rail Services (WRS) was the first company to secure the two locomotives Re 421 373 + 381 in January 2018, which today continue to provide valuable services for this Swiss-based company.








  Roco RO7510046 363.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 369,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive BB 9338 of the National French Railways.
Update!

- Now with PluX16 interface and LED lighting
- With finely-detailed pantographs
- With many separately attached plug-in parts, in part using etching technology
- Individually switchable headlight or tail light in digital mode In 1968/69, 40 of these powerful universal locomotives were purchased by SNCF.
They were used in high-quality passenger train service as well as for hauling express freight trains.
The top speed was 160 km/h with a power output of 4,240 kW.








  Roco RO7510047 378.50 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 384,9€




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Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva elétrica da OBB, classe 1670
Digital DCC com sons completos de funcionamento

- Versão com o tejadilho longo
- Versão sem o logotipo OBB

Época IV. 167mm








  Roco RO7510048 766.90 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 779,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Locomotive set with two Rm electric locomotives of the Swedish State Railway.
Form variation!

- Design in original condition
- Prototypical front with replica of the automatic coupling
- Both locomotives fully equipped
- With switchable high beam and individually switchable headlight or tail light in digital mode As a replacement for the three-part electric locomotives with rod drive of the class Dm3, six Rm 1257 - 1262 units based on the Rc4 were built in the 1970s for ore transport on the Kiruna - Narvik line, with a higher weight, different transmission and lower top speed (only 100 instead of 135 km/h).
Initially, the units were used in triple traction Rm+Rm+Rm; later the composition was changed to Rm+Rc4+Rm.
However, their expected success did not materialise as desired, meaning that the tried and tested Dm3s continued to pull the ore trains and the Rms, after several conversions, were used as individual units in regular freight train service.








  Roco RO7510051 427.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 434,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 1207 of the Netherlands State Railways.

- In turquoise livery
- Finely-detailed design with many separately attached plug-in parts, in part using etching technology
- Wheelsets with low wheel flanges
- With individually switchable headlight or tail light and driver’s cab lighting in digital mode
- Locomotive suitable for Plan-D coach set, item 6200049 The Dutch 1200 series electric locomotives are six-axle heavy electric locomotives.
They were developed by the American Westinghouse and Baldwin companies, but built under license in the Netherlands.
A total of 25 locomotives were sold to the Netherlands State Railways.
The elevated, brawny front ends and the small driver's cab are characteristic of American locomotives.
Most of the 1200 series locomotives were run by the NS until the year 1988.
Today, only a few of these vehicles are still used in museums or private rail companies.
The locomotive with the number 1207 was supplied to the NS in 1952 under the factory number 931.
This locomotive, in its turquoise livery, was used to haul the first post-war NS through train wagons.








  Roco RO7510052 398.10 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 404,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 180 004 of the railway company of the German Democratic Republic (Deutsche Reichsbahn).

- Model in finely-detailed design with many separately attached plug-in parts
- Pantographs with innovative fastening
- Elaborate design of the roof area as well as the ventilator slats allowing an unobstructed view
- Finely-detailed design of the bogies as well as the spoked wheels
- With rail guards and air tanks in closed form for realistic presentation in display cabinets
- With switchable driver’s cab and control panel lighting as well as engine room lighting in digital mode
- ROCO Dynamic Sound system In the 1980s, the DR procured electric dual-system locomotives in order to simplify the consistently-increasing flow of traffic and operational processes in cross-border transport between the GDR and Czechoslovakia.
Due to a lack of experience in the field of dual-system technology (GDR: AC voltage 15 kV/16? Hz, CSSR: DC voltage 3 kV) and the full utilisation of capacities at the electric locomotive manufacturer LEW in Hennigsdorf, the engines were designed based on the CSD classes ES 499.
1 and 499.
2.
However, the Škoda locomotive factory had never built a locomotive for the 15 kV/16? Hz AC system before, and for this reason these AC unit parts were supplied from the GDR.
Due to the CSD’s requirements, this resulted in a two-fold contract for Škoda, with 15 class 372 locomotives and 20 class 230 locomotives for the DR.
During the merger of both German state railways, the German locomotives were given the new class designation 180 from 1991 onwards.








  Roco RO7510053 368.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 374,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 185 552 of MRCE, rented out to the National French Railways.

- Design features Nightjet transport labelling
- Pantographs with innovative fastening
- Separately applied windscreen wipers
- Pilots fastened to chassis
- Elaborately printed model
- With switchable high beam and individually switchable headlight or tail light and driver's cab lighting in digital mode Together with the DB-185s, these locomotives 185 551 – 557 were the first TRAXX engines approved for use in France.
They were delivered to MRCE in 2005/2006 in black livery.
The Nightjet transport Paris – Cologne – Vienna was introduced in December 2022.
The night connection is operated as a joint venture between the SNCF and the Austrian Federal Railways.
Amongst others, specially-designed engines are used to haul the trains.








  Roco RO7510054 363.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 369,9€




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Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva elétrica da OBB, classe 4061
Digital DCC com sons completos de funcionamento

Época IV. 186mm








  Roco RO7510056 358.80 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 364,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 141 278 of the German Federal Railway.

- For the first time with multi-nozzle fan grilles
- Etched catwalks and windscreen wipers
- Finely-detailed model with free-standing handle rails
- With individually switchable headlight or tail light and driver’s cab lighting in digital mode The class E 41/141 locomotives were first delivered in 1956 for light mixed service on main and branch lines.
They were the only class in the standard locomotive program to feature a rear derailleur on the low-voltage side of the transformer.
The rear derailleur made a characteristic noise that, in addition to the large jumps in traction force, resulted in the nickname “firecracker”.








  Roco RO7510057 368.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 374,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 189 112 of the Akiem.

- Operation in cross-border transport
- Elaborate roof design with four pantographs
- Finely-detailed model with many separately attached plug-in parts
- Individually switchable headlight or tail light in digital mode Akiem S.
A.
S.
, based in Saint-Ouen near Paris, is a French leasing company for locomotives.
The company is one of the leading lessors of locomotives in the continental European rail market.
Akiem owns over 750 locomotives from different manufacturers.








  Roco RO7510058 358.80 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 364,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive E.
656.
009 of the Italian State Railways.

- Version with horizontal dampers
- Pantographs FS type 52 with bent slide plate
- With many separately attached plug-in parts
- Finely detailed metal handle rails
- Individually switchable headlight or tail light in digital mode The E.
656 class is a six-axle Italian electric locomotive class nicknamed “Caimano” (English: cayman).
It is an advancement of types E.
636, E.
645 and E.
646 also with a split locomotive body.
Compared to type E.
636, however, they have modified axle and pivot spacing.
The high tractive force and the maximum speed of 150 km/h means it can be used to pull passenger and freight trains.








  Roco RO7510059 363.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 369,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 155 239 of the Erfurter Bahnservice GmbH.

- Continuation of the EBS series in a new design
- Finely-detailed pantographs
- Finely engraved bogies
- With switchable headlight or tail light and driver’s cab lighting in digital mode
- In cooperation with Railcolor Design/OnTrack From 1977, the railway company of the German Democratic Republic procured 270 class 250 class locomotives (later renamed the class 155) for heavy freight transport.
Due to their lack of streamlined curves, which are of negligible importance at their low top speed, they were given the nickname “Strom-Container” (electricity container) or simply “Backstein” (the brick).








  Roco RO7510063 363.70 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 369,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 193 580 of Budamar Logistics.

- Model exclusively available at ROCO
- With curved door handle
- Used in international goods transport
- With detailed roof design
- Free-standing handle rails, in part made from metal
- With switchable high beam and individually switchable headlight or tail light and driver’s cab lighting in digital mode
- In cooperation with Railcolor Design The Vectron locomotive 193 580 was the first of the design series with protected animals from the Budamar Group.
The new design of the Vectron locomotives underlines the fact that rail transport represents a responsible approach to the environment.
In addition to Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Hungary, the locomotives are also mainly operated in Germany and Austria as well as throughout Europe.








  Roco RO7510064 368.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 374,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 103 002 of the German Federal Railway.

- Pilot series version with scissors pantographs
- Operating condition: up to 1976
- With individually switchable headlight or tail light, driver’s cab lighting and engine room lighting in digital mode
- Suitable locomotive for D 377 “Hispania Express”, items 6200051, 6200052, 6200053
- Z21 driver’s cab available On the occasion of the International Transport Exhibition in Munich in 1965, the German Federal Railway regularly ran trains at speeds of up to 200 km/h for the first time.
The four locomotives of the class E 03 were then used for test runs as well as to pull particularly fast TEE and F trains.
With delivery of the class 103.
1 locomotives, the pilot class locomotives were transferred to test service over time.
Starting in the summer of 1974, all 103 pilot series units were based at the Hamburg-Eidelstedt depot.
In addition to three express train pairs to Nuremberg and Munich, express trains to Lüneburg, Hanover, Hildesheim and Bremen were then on the schedule.
Long-distance service was gradually discontinued, although non-scheduled express train service did occur.
In autumn 1979, the use of the 103.
0 class in regular service was discontinued and all four locomotives were permanently transferred to test service of the Germany Federal Railway.
Replica of the 103 002 as it was in service until September 1976.
Then it received UIC sockets, grab handles and ergonomic access ladders at the ends.
A year later, single-arm pantographs followed, before the skirts under the buffer beams were finally removed in autumn 1980.
The model is perfectly for the 160 km/h “Hispania” express train suited instead of a scheduled series 103.








  Roco RO7510067 388.30 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 394,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive class 101 of Deutsche Bahn.

- Model exclusively available from ROCO
- Free-standing handle rails and windscreen wipers, in part made from metal
- With switchable high beam and individually switchable headlight or tail light and driver’s cab lighting in digital mode ROCO is continuing its cooperation with Fahrtziel Natur (Destination Nature) after the great popularity of the 101 019!
From early summer 2024, another locomotive will display a message of climate-friendly and, above all, car-free tourism on its large sides.
Exclusively at ROCO, the special model of the “Fahrtziel Natur” locomotive will be available from autumn 2024.
Make sure to get this special model for your collection!








  Roco RO7510068 373.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 379,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 1619 of Raillogix.

- Design without air conditioning unit
- With signal horn box
- Pantographs with innovative fastening
- With many separately attached plug-in parts, in part using etching technology
- Individually switchable headlight or tail light and driver’s cab lighting in digital mode The NS received these four-axle electric locomotives of the 1600 series based on the French electric locomotive BB 7200.
In the year 1981, when they were introduced, they were the strongest NS locomotives in the fleet.
With an operating weight of 83 t, their output was 4,540 kW, and their maximum speed was 140 km/h.
Logistics service provider Raillogix also operates locomotives from the former fleet of the Netherlands State Railways.
The company organises rail transports for various types of freight such as containers, metals, bulk goods and consumer goods.








  Roco RO7510070 358.80 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 364,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive ES 64 U2-100 of logistic company Hupac Intermodal.

- Design with Swiss package
- Version with three pantographs
- Switchable high beam and individually switchable headlight or tail light in digital mode
- Z21 driver’s cab available The history of the silver-painted ES64U2 locomotives begins in 2000, although the first machine of this type was not built for ÖBB.
In September of the same year, the Siemens works in Munich-Allach delivered a locomotive with running number 1116 901.
Siemens decided to build some additional ES64U2 and ES64F machines, which were constructed in large numbers for different customers at this time as the basis for a pool for its new leasing activities.
Siemens Dispolok GmbH was founded as an independent subsidiary to manage the locomotive pool.
Hupac SA, one of the leading providers of rail transport in intermodal traffic through the Swiss Alps, was one of the first customers for the new Siemens pool and had its locomotive painted in its own company colours.
In 2002, all three machines were converted for operation in Switzerland.
This involved the use of the Swiss ZUB/Integra safety/signalling systems and pantographs with smaller contacts (1450 mm), which are required for operation in the many Swiss tunnels.
All three machines are used in Germany and Switzerland for many different services, not only for transporting Hupac convoys, but also for Hupac partners and other open-access operators who need tractive power for a certain amount of time.








  Roco RO7510072 383.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 389,9€




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Escala H0 (1:87)
Locomotiva elétrica da OBB, classe 1043
Digital DCC com sons completos de funcionamento

Época V. 179mm








  Roco RO7510074 368.60 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 374,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 186 444 of Lokomotion.

- With striking “zebra” design
- Two-coloured pilots
- With separately attached plug-in parts, in part using etching technology
- With switchable high beam and individually switchable headlight or tail light in digital mode Munich-based Lokomotion has been operating transalpine freight for more than twenty years.
Since then, it has become known among railway enthusiasts for its diverse fleet of “zebra” locomotives, whether on the Brenner axis to Italy or the Tauern route to Slovenia as well as the Danube axis towards Eastern Europe.
Lokomotion provides the transport services in close cooperation with DB Cargo and Italian Rail Traction Company, which hold shares in the Munich-based company.
The blue stripes stand for Bavaria and the red stripes for South Tyrol.








  Roco RO7510078 383.40 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 389,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive class 144 of the German Federal Railway.
New design!

- Separately attached windscreen wipers
- Free view through the driver’s cab
- Wheelsets with low wheel flanges
- Switchable driver’s cab lighting and engine room lighting in digital mode Almost 200 of the class E 44 electric locomotives (from 1968 onwards, DB class 144) were put into service between 1932 and 1954.
The power of the four-axle bogie locomotives was around 2,200 kW, with a maximum speed of 90 km/h.
The locomotives proved a success both for passenger trains and freight trains.
Some locomotives were equipped with a push-pull control and were thus used in suburban transport in urban centres.
The E 44, of which the E 44.
5, E 93 and E 94 series were advancements, can justifiably be called one of the most reliable and successful electric locomotives ever built, since it firmly established the viability of the bogie design and the axle-hung drive.
EDITION FREILASSING Selected models from the former Freilassing railway depot are reproduced under the “Edition Freilassing” label.
The first locomotives, at the time still running under steam, entered the locomotive shed with its 20 tracks in the year 1905.
Around 20 years later, the electric locomotive workshops were constructed, and further buildings followed over the subsequent years.
ROCO, too, has close connections with the Bavarian city of Freilassing, as the company’s first sales office was located here.
Look forward to the models in this unique edition!








  Roco RO7510082 412.90 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 419,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive E 469.
1 of the Czechoslovak State Railways.

- Design of Skoda factory type 43E
- Design in delivery state
- Locomotive signs supplied as etched parts
- Finely-detailed design of the bogies as well as the spoked wheels
- Fine metal wheels with low wheel flanges
- Completely newly developed pantograph with innovative fastening
- Switchable driver’s cab and engine room lighting and individually switchable headlight or tail light In the early 1960s, the former Czechoslovak State Railways (CSD) needed a new, powerful electric freight locomotives for the 3 kV direct current system in the northern and eastern part of the country.
Experience with the E 499.
0 and E 499.
1 classes – originally developed as universal locomotives – showed that they could be better utilised in passenger service.
Locomotive E 499.
157 was therefore modified during production for use in freight service and designated the E 469.
001.
This locomotive had the same power but was equipped with a modified wheelset gearbox by the manufacturer.
The service weight was also raised to 88 tonnes by a ballast weight.
The series machines had a modified locomotive body.
Unlike the E 499.
0 with six circular windows per side section, the locomotives of the E 499.
1 and E 469.
1 classes had four angular windows installed.
With a continuous output of 2,032 kW, they were able to achieve a maximum speed of 90 km/h.
A total of 85 Skoda locomotives were delivered to the Czechoslovak State Railways.
The locomotives were mainly used for hauling freight trains on main lines with low gradients.
Their preferred use was as coal block trains on the lines from the North Bohemian lignite basin to the east, but they were also used in Slovakia from the 1960s to the 1990s.
As they were derived from the 499.
1 class, the machines had electric train heating, meaning they could also be used with passenger trains.
The main reason they were not often used in front of passenger trains was their low maximum speed.
Most electrified lines had been designed for a maximum line speed of 100 or 120 km/h since the 1960s.
That means the locomotives of the E 469.
1 class were too slow for passenger trains.
However, they could also be seen on selected routes in passenger service.
In 1988, the series designation E 469.
1 was changed to 121.
Some vehicles also went to the Slovakian railway company ZSSK.
Several vehicles were modernised and acquired by private operators.








  Roco RO7510089 412.90 Qtd:
PVP Recomendado para Alemanha 419,9€




Escala H0 (1:87)


Electric locomotive 9902 of the Railexperts.

- Model exclusively available at ROCO
- Pantographs with innovative fastening
- With many separately attached plug-in parts, in part using etching technology
- Individually switchable headlight or tail light and driver’s cab lighting in digital mode







  Roco RO7510090