Denmark - Danske Statsbaner

These are prototypes which either exist as TT scale models or can be modeled from existing models.

Re: Denmark - Danske Statsbaner

Postby mikeb2001 » Tue Apr 10, 2012 5:24 am

For a kit for MA 'vt 11.5' see http://www.airmodel.de/product_info.php ... city-.html Any ideas on a suitable chassis?
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Re: Denmark - Danske Statsbaner

Postby ConducTTor » Tue Apr 10, 2012 11:59 am

That came up before and there was a small discussion on it. Do a search for it.
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Re: Denmark - Danske Statsbaner

Postby j p » Sat May 26, 2012 2:50 pm

Some more DSB models made by Tillig in 2011:

Set of two road maintenance hoppers
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Tank car "Dansk Esso"
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Re: Denmark - Danske Statsbaner

Postby j p » Thu Jun 05, 2014 5:58 pm

Here is another DSB model - a boxcar. This one from Roco.
When looking closer and comparing it to the prototype, it turns out to be a "stand in" or "foobie", it depends how you define it.
DSB never had this type of car - but had some similar ones.
The model is lettered as Hbbillns 245 7 126. A car with that number existed from 1999 to 2001 - but it was a different car :lol:

Model:
Roco_DSB_Hbbillns.jpg


The real Hbbillns looked like this:
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The picture is from 1990 and it shows an identical car, Hbbillns 246 0 064.
Although the model only resembles the prototype, here is the history:
The sides of the car are divided in 2 openable sections which help in fast loading and unloading goods on wooden pallets. The entire inner lenght is accesible by a forklift.
The car was built in 1988 by Scandia Randers and it got a number 21 86 246 0 063 - 9. It was renumbered in 1993 to 01 86 245 7 072 - 9 and then again in 1999 to 46 86 245 7 126 - 0 when it was leased to Post Denmark.
It belongs to Railion since 2001.

The model has different bottom, different roof, different ends, slighly different sides. The paint scheme is correct.
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