Luxembourg - Chemins de Fer Luxembourgeois

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Luxembourg - Chemins de Fer Luxembourgeois

Postby Marquette » Sat Apr 24, 2010 1:31 pm

Luxembourg - Chemins de Fer Luxembourgeois

Steam locomotives
3501-3513 (Kroner BR75.10)
3901-39xx (Jatt BR38.10)
4601-46xx (Jago BR55.25)
5501-5521 (Kittler BR42)
5601-5610 (Tillig BR52)

Diesel locomotives
801-806 (Worsley SW1200 - kitbashed hard)
1011-1013 (Arnold Kof)
1601-1604 (Tillig Nohab)
Tillig 02534 (era III livery as era V museum loco):
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ex-V36 (Tillig V36)

Electric locomotives
4001-4020 (Kuehn BR185)

Trainsets & railcars
101-110 (Union De Dietrich)
161 (Rokal VT95)
628.4 505-506 (Kres DB 628.4)

Passenger & freight cars
A few CFL freight cars have been released RTR over the years. For the 1950s and early 1960s, a number of existing German-proto models can be used for both passenger (such as Tillig's Eilzugwagen, Thunderboxes and three-axle compartment cars) and freight equipment, as well as for more modern freight cars. For more modern passenger equipment (1970s-1990s), the Kuehn Silberling-type can be used.

Some pictures:

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3510

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4602

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5519

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5618

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804

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1011

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1604

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453 - this could maybe be kitbashed from a V36

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4014

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105

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161 - grey over red like 105

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628 506 in latest livery

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628 505 in original livery

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Corail coach - these could probably be adapted from TT-Modell's Eurofima coach

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Silberling-type "Wegmann" coach

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Silberling-type "Wegmann" coach

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Silberling-type "Wegmann" coach

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Silberling-type "Wegmann" coach

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Silberling-type "Wegmann" coach - this one will need kitbashing

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B2mp 3100 series: Thunderbox - Tillig

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B3 3300 series: 3-axle compartment car - Tillig (also in version with brakehouse)

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AB4u 1200 series: Tillig 1&2 Class Eilzugwagen

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B4u 2000 series: Tillig 2nd class Eilzugwagen

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Fcs - Tillig's Fcs matches this; this car is available as part of the 3-car set 01480

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Fcs - Tillig's Fcs matches this

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Fals - Tillig's Fal (eg #15211) matches this

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Re: Luxembourg - Chemins de Fer Luxembourgeois

Postby Marquette » Tue May 18, 2010 2:52 am

Passenger cars
PSK produced a (very) limited run of CFL's Wegmann cars. These cars can be also modelled using Kuehn's "Silberling" cars.

AB (Wegmann) ep IV PSK
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B (Wegmann) ep IV PSK
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Freight cars
A number of CFL freight cars are/have been available, mainly as limited runs:

Era IV (1970s-1980s):

Es ep IV Armand
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Es ep IV Armand
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Hbis ep IV Jeike
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Rgs ep IV-V Tillig 15572
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Era V (modern period post-1990):

Es ep V Armand
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Es ep V Armand
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Fcs Tillig 01480 (as part of a set with 1 OBB, 1 CFL and 1 SNCB car)
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Rilnss-y ep V Armand
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Rnss ep V Tillig 15509
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Shimmns Kuehn 51135 (as part of a 4-pack)

Z Modist 500305
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Re: Luxembourg - Chemins de Fer Luxembourgeois

Postby Christtking » Sat Feb 09, 2013 11:31 pm

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To Marquette: Very nice long list! I would like to contribute, if I may!
This model is a 4 axle tarpaulin covered freight wagon, type Shimmnss, in era IV, manufactured by PH MODEL (article number 235). It is a hand made model, limited edition, collector's item (?). The price back in 2004 was US$ 30. That's a lot for a model that lacks a lot of details. My model will be altered a little bit. I need to add: long hand rails (1X) at each end, rods on the bogies (part of the braking system), hand brake wheel (4 spokes), steps behind the buffer beam, air hose holders under the buffers' beam, air cylinders (under body-part of the braking system), anchors. Some details were applied onto the model already. Maybe they can be seen in my photos.
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Re: Luxembourg - Chemins de Fer Luxembourgeois

Postby Christtking » Sun Mar 24, 2013 4:27 pm

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My contribution.
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