Italy - Ferrovie dello Stato Italiano

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Italy - Ferrovie dello Stato Italiano

Postby Marquette » Sat Apr 24, 2010 1:16 am

Italy - Ferrovie dello Stato Italiano

Power-wise, Italy is unique and everything would have to be scratchbuilt; of existing models, only two switchers used until the 1960s or 1970s can be modelled.

Diesel locomotives
D.213 (Arnold Kof)
D.236 (Tillig V36)

Passenger & freight cars
Some passenger and freight cars have been released in RTR form.
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Re: Italy - Ferrovie dello Stato Italiano

Postby Marquette » Tue May 18, 2010 12:19 am

Passenger Cars
I've found four RTR passenger cars, all of which are for era V (post-1990), except one (a limited run by PSK) which is suitable for the 1980s as well (era IV).

Am ep V Tillig 13500
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Am ep IV-V PSK 680
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ABm ep V Tillig 13501
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Bm ep V Tillig 13502
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Freight cars
I've found seven RTR freight cars suitable for era IV (1970s-1980s). Oddly enough, most are from Czech producers in limited runs:

E ep IV Tillig 500548
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Ibces ep IV Tillig 14010
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Ibfls ep IV Krokodil
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Ibfls ep IV Krokodil
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Uagpps ep IV KPA 223
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VUd ep IV Tillig 14263 (1970s)
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8-axle tank car ep IV Krokodil
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Two RTR models are available for the late 1980s/early 1990s (ep IV-V transition):

Gbhs ep IV-V Modist KU480
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Shimmns ep IV-V Schwaetzer

Two are available for the modern period:

Hbbillns ep V Tillig 14836
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Zs ep V Tillig 01342
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Re: Italy - Ferrovie dello Stato Italiano

Postby LVG1 » Thu Oct 04, 2012 11:07 am

Additionally, you can use Y-type cars to modell Italian ones. They need the same changes like the Yugoslavian ones, because GOŠA of Yugoslavia built their Y-cars on FIAT-license.
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