Hungary - MAV & GySEV

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Hungary - MAV & GySEV

Postby Marquette » Sat Apr 24, 2010 12:31 am

Hungary - Magyar Államvasútak

Steam locomotives
501 (Kittler BR42)
520 (Tillig BR52)

Diesel locomotives
M44 (Modart SM41)
M61 (Tillig Nohab - RTR):
(1950s-1980s - era III/IV Tillig 02535)
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Tillig - and BTTB - have released this model in several MAV liveries.

M62 (Roco or Tillig M62/V200/120 - RTR)
(era III Roco 36233)
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(era III Tillig)
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Electric locomotives
V40 (Deak V40 - RTR)
(era III Deak D21440)
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V43 (Deak V43 - RTR)
(era V - 1990 to date, Deak D21430)
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(era V - 1995 to date, Deak D21432)
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V63 (Deak V63)
(era V - Deak D21450)
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1047 (Piko Taurus - this has also been released as a limited-run repaint by Deak)
1048 (? on order) (Kuehn BR185)

Trainsets & railcars
Bzmot (Rubikon M152)
6312 (Rubikon M152)
6342 (Tillig Desiro)

Passenger & freight cars
Y wagons have been released in MAV livery; TT-Modell's Eurofima car can also be used to model MAV coaches. Some freight cars have also been released, and many others can be modelled with existing models.

Hungary - Gyõr-Sopron-Ebenfurthi Vasút

Steam locomotives
520 (Tillig BR52)

Diesel locomotives
M44 (Modart SM41)
M62 901-908 (Roco or Tillig M62/V200/120)

Electric locomotives
V43 (Deak V43)
(era V - Deak D21435)
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1047.5 (Piko Taurus)

Passenger & freight cars
Tillig has released their Halberstadt cars in GySEV livery. GySEV only has a very very few freight cars, but some - E, Gs, 2-axle tanks - could be modelled using existing models.
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Re: Hungary - MAV & GySEV

Postby Marquette » Wed May 19, 2010 9:13 am

MAV

Passenger cars
Aa (Y) ep IV BTTB 3613
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A (Y) ep IV-V BTTB 03618
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B (Y) ep IV-V PSK 653
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Y 2nd class Tillig 13646 ep IV-V
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Da (Y) ep IV-V Tillig 13811
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Post (Y) ep IV-V BTTB 03811 -
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WLAB (Y) ep IV-V PSK 651
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WR (Y) ep IV-V PSK 650
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Avmz (Eurofima type) ep V TT-Modell 7690
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Bmz (Eurofima type) ep V TT-Modell 7691
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WRbumz (Eurofima type) ep V TT-Modell 7692
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Halberstadt 2nd class ep VI Tillig 13592
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Freight cars
G10 ep III Tillig 17131
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Gjm ep III BTTB 5312
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Rau ep III BTTB 5415
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Rfu ep III Tillig 95812
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R (Wine car) ep III Tillig 14435
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TTnhs reefer ep III BTTB

Xt ep III BTTB 4132
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Eas ep IV-V Tillig 15234
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Eas ep IV-V pmt 65371
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Es ep IV-V BTTB 14243
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Fals ep V Hohmann
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Lgs ep IV-V Tillig 14753
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GySEV

Passenger cars

Halberstadt 2nd class Tillig
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[i]Freight cars[/img]

Es ep V Tillig 14265
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Re: Hungary - MAV & GySEV

Postby Christtking » Sun Feb 10, 2013 7:46 pm

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Model manufactured by ROCO in TT scale, this wagon is part of the set 37556, consisting of 3 cars of the same type, but for 3 different railways.
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Re: Hungary - MAV & GySEV

Postby Christtking » Sun Feb 10, 2013 7:51 pm

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2 axle tank wagon manufactured by former BTTB, article number 4417 (?), (not exactly certain)
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Re: Hungary - MAV & GySEV

Postby Christtking » Sun Feb 10, 2013 11:33 pm

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1st class passenger coach, type Y, of MAV
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2nd class passenger coach, type X, of MAV
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sleeping coach, type X, of MAV
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2nd class (seats during the day), sleeper (connect the seats together into beds, during the night), of MAV
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Re: Hungary - MAV & GySEV

Postby LVG1 » Mon Feb 11, 2013 2:30 pm

The captions are not correct.

  • The first picture shows a Y-type car made in Hungary.
  • On the second image you can see a Y/B70-type coach made in GDR.
  • The sleeper on the third photo is a Y-type sleeper made in GDR.
  • Picture number four—also GDR-made is this couchette coach of the type Y/B70.
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Re: Hungary - MAV & GySEV

Postby Christtking » Mon Feb 11, 2013 8:31 pm

Said the same thing (type Y) about photo # 1.
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Re: Hungary - MAV & GySEV

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Re: Hungary - MAV & GySEV

Postby LVG1 » Sat Dec 06, 2014 8:54 pm

j p wrote:Ex-DSB MY 1125 sold to Hungary, in Santa Fe paint scheme.

It was formerly owned by German STRABAG trust—a track construction enterprise which occassionally hires some of their locomotives out. They called it V170 1125. They colored all their formerly Danish locomotives individually. And they were who painted this locomotive in Santa Fe colors.
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Re: Hungary - MAV & GySEV

Postby Christtking » Sat Dec 06, 2014 9:22 pm

And of course let's not forget the models from KUEHN und TILLIG TT BAHN, passenger coaches, 1st class, 2nd class, 1st and second and the most needed coach of them all in a train composition (till now since restaurant coaches are not available yet), the sleeping car (s). Amen!
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