Czechoslovakia - Ceskoslovenske Statne Drahy

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Czechoslovakia - Ceskoslovenske Statne Drahy

Postby Marquette » Fri Apr 23, 2010 7:03 pm

Czechoslovakia - Ceskoslovenske Statne Drahy

CSD is another railway that's relatively easy to model in TT scale, given the broad range available either RTR or in kit form from various Czech manufacturers.

Steam locomotives
312.8 (Jatt or Tillig BR89.70/89.62/T3)
335.1 (Jatt, Jago or MMS BR91.3/91.20/T9.3)
365.4 (Kehi or Schirmer BR64)
377.0 (Jatt BR38.10)
425.0 (Jago BR55.25)
437.05 (Tillig BR56.20)
447.05 (Jago BR93.5)
455.2 (Tillig BR86 - RTR)
498.1 (Extra/www.hobby-shop.cz)
516.05 (Beckmann 94.20)
523.15 (Kroner BR94.1)
536.05 (Kittler BR58.10)
537.05 (Jago BR94.5)
555.0 (Tillig BR52 - RTR)
555.1 (Tillig BR50)

Diesel locomotives
T211 (MTH - RTR)
T334.0 (Tillig - RTR)
T435.0 (Tillig T435.0 - RTR)
T466.2 (Modely TT)
T466.3 (Modely TT)
T476.1001-1007 (Tillig DR V100/110 - RTR)
T478.1 (Modely TT)
T478.1 (Modely TT)
T478.4 (Modely TT - kit)
T679.1 (Roco #36232, Tillig #02566)
T679.2001-2002 (Roco #36222)

Electric locomotives
E499.0 (BTTB E499.0 - RTR)
E499.1 (? E499.1)
E499.2 (Rubikon CD 150/151/350/351)
E499.3 (Rubikon CD 162/163/362/363)
ES499.0 (Rubikon CD 150/151/350/351)
ES499.1 (Rubikon CD 162/163/362/363)
S499.0 (? Laminatka)

Trainsets & railcars
M131 (Modely TT)
M152 (Rubikon)
M240.0 (Modely TT)
M262.0 (Modely TT)
M274 (Modely TT)
M282 (?)
M286.0 (Modely TT)
M297 (Jatt, Tillig SVT137)

Passenger & freight cars
A wide array of passenger and freight cars are available from various manufacturers.
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Re: Czechoslovakia - Ceskoslovenske Statne Drahy

Postby ConducTTor » Sat Apr 24, 2010 12:19 am

The T679.2001-2002 (Roco 132/232) is item #36222 and I've actually come across a place that has one (at the bottom of this page) - http://lokomaniya.ru/tep_roco.html
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Re: Czechoslovakia - Ceskoslovenske Statne Drahy

Postby Marquette » Sat Apr 24, 2010 12:24 am

Fixed! Thanks!
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Re: Czechoslovakia - Ceskoslovenske Statne Drahy

Postby LVG1 » Tue Aug 14, 2012 3:39 pm

ConducTTor wrote:The T679.2001-2002 (Roco 132/232) is item #36222 and I've actually come across a place that has one (at the bottom of this page) - http://lokomaniya.ru/tep_roco.html


This modell is rather doubtful because it bases on German BR 132 (later BR 232).
The original T679.2001 and T679.2002 are technically the same like German BR 131 (later BR 231)—except for the dynamic braking which they had. So externally they looked like German BR 130 (later BR 230).
That means:
    The modell is too long. The prototype was 20 cm (1.67 mm) shorter.
    The modell has too many engine room windows. The prototype had only 4 per side. The one at the opposite end to the radiator grilles is too much.
    The modell has too many ribs. On the height of the engine room windows, the prototype had only two while the modell has three.
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Re: Czechoslovakia - Ceskoslovenske Statne Drahy

Postby ConducTTor » Tue Aug 14, 2012 8:54 pm

I really hope Roco makes the 130 at some point. I love the huge cab windows.
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Re: Czechoslovakia - Ceskoslovenske Statne Drahy

Postby LVG1 » Wed Aug 15, 2012 9:42 am

ConducTTor wrote:I love the huge cab windows.


The huge cab windows were a real plague for the engineers because the cab instantly became a sauna when the sun was shining.

That's why only the first units (I don't know how many; may be 1 or 2 dozens) had those big windows. The later units of BR 130 (later BR 230) had the same windows like BR 131 (later BR 231), BR 132 (later BR 232), BR 142 (later BR 242), the Czech, the Bulgarian and the Russian versions of that type.

By the way:
The prototypes (Soviet ТЭ109-001 and ТЭ109-002) had even larger cab windows and looked even more impressive that way.
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Re: Czechoslovakia - Ceskoslovenske Statne Drahy

Postby LVG1 » Wed Aug 15, 2012 10:00 am

LVG1 wrote:The prototypes (Soviet ТЭ109-001 and ТЭ109-002) had even larger cab windows and looked even more impressive that way.


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ТЭ109-001 as delivered

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ТЭ109-002 as delivered
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Re: Czechoslovakia - Ceskoslovenske Statne Drahy

Postby LVG1 » Wed Aug 15, 2012 10:52 am

I guess, it's the wrong place for Soviet locomotives.
So here're the Czechoslovakian ones—called "Ragulin":

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T679.2001...

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...and T679.2002.
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Re: Czechoslovakia - Ceskoslovenske Statne Drahy

Postby ConducTTor » Wed Aug 15, 2012 11:00 pm

LVG1 wrote:Image


WOW! I never saw the version with chrome strip. Really cool!!!
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Re: Czechoslovakia - Ceskoslovenske Statne Drahy

Postby LVG1 » Thu Aug 16, 2012 7:59 am

ConducTTor wrote:WOW! I never saw the version with chrome strip. Really cool!!!


I also like it.
I'd really like to see it as TT modell.
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