Bosnia - ZBH and ZRS

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Bosnia - ZBH and ZRS

Postby Marquette » Fri Apr 23, 2010 2:57 pm

Bosnia - Željeznice (Federacije) Bosne i Hercegovine

Diesel locomotives
211 (Bogusch DB V100/211)
212 (Modist DB V100/212)
232 (Roco 132/232)
661 (Chosen Scale G12 - kitbashed to G16)

Bosnia - Željeznice Republike Srpske

Bosnia (ZRS)
Diesel locomotives
212 (Modist DB V100/212)
661 (Chosen Scale G12 - kitbashed to G16)

Passenger & freight cars
Various existing models can be used for ZBH and ZRS freight cars - Gbs, Eas, Es, 2 and 4 axle tank cars, Rs, etc. For passenger cars, ZRS has some ex-DR cars that Tillig produces (Y and end-door Halberstadters) that just need to be relettered for ZRS. Both companies operate Yugoslav-built versions of the Y coaches, which are similar to the model, but have a different roof profile. These could, however, be kitbashed. Also, ZFBH has Blm-type cars that could be modelled with TT-Modell's Eurofima cars.

Some pictures:

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ZFBH 212-215 as recently modernised by Gredelj works.

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ZBH 212-013 (my photo)

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ZRS 212-020 (my photo)

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ZBH 211-262

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ZBH 232-066 (my photo). These were used only very briefly around 1999-2000. By the time of my visit in July 2000, they had been stored at Rajlovac shops, and later ended up sold to Czechia.

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ZFBH 661-275

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ZRS 661-266

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ZRS Bm, ex-DR

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ZRS AB, ex-DR

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ZRS Dms, ex-DR (my photo). This is shorter than a Y car... I think it's a Reko.

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ZFBH Blm - could be modelled using TT-Modell's Eurofima coach.

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ZFBH Al - Yugoslav version of the Y-wagon; note the profile of the roof at the ends.

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ZFBH ABl. See above.

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ZRS AB in new livery.

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ZBH E 500 (ZRS also own cars like this)

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ZRS Eas-z 595 (ZBH/ZFBH also own cars like this)

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ZRS Eas-z 596

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ex-JZ Gbs 150 - these cars exist lettered for both ZRS and ZBH/ZFBH

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ZRS Hbis-z 225

ZFBH Hbis-z 225.jpg

ZFBH Hbis-z 225

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ZRS Rgs-z 356

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ZRS Zas-z 785 (ZFBH also has such cars)

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ZRS Zas-z 786 "Energopetrol"

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ZRS Zaes-z 788

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ZRS Zaes-z 798 "Birac"

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ZRS Zaes-z 798 "Energoinvest"
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Re: Bosnia - ZBH and ZRS

Postby Marquette » Sun Apr 25, 2010 4:13 pm

Added some freight car photos.

The railways of Bosnia are one of my particular interests, so if anyone has any questions, shoot. :)
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Re: Bosnia - ZBH and ZRS

Postby LVG1 » Sun Aug 12, 2012 2:37 pm

Marquette wrote:Image
ZRS Dms, ex-DR (my photo). This is shorter than a Y car... I think it's a Reko.


It's not a "Reko" car, but very close. Like the first "Rekos", they were chassis of pre-war cars with new car bodies. But in contrast to "Rekos", they were longer (21.25 m instead of 18.7 m) and were intended to serve on large distance trains.
As far as I know, modells of them are made by Tillig (but I'm not sure).
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Re: Bosnia - ZBH and ZRS

Postby Marquette » Sun Aug 12, 2012 11:00 pm

Thanks for the clarification. I was rather surprised to see this at the station in Banja Luka when I was there in 1999, I was aware that some cars were donated to ZRS but I only knew of the "Y" cars...
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Re: Bosnia - ZBH and ZRS

Postby LVG1 » Tue Feb 19, 2013 4:57 pm

LVG1 wrote:As far as I know, modells of them are made by Tillig (but I'm not sure).


I've found some time to search for them. And I was right. Tillig makes the DR version of this car (#95633).

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