Modelling non-German railways in TT scale

Modelling non-German railways in TT scale

Postby Marquette » Mon Mar 29, 2010 10:07 pm

I've been doing some research into what can be modelled in Europe outside of Germany in TT scale with existing models, as I've been looking for a European-based project to go alongside my North American endeavours. As a result of this research, I've begun lists to determine what locomotives of what railways can be modelled with those models currently or formerly available.

I'll start here just with the steam locomotives, and will note that this list covers only those classes that are an exact or near-exact match for the German equivalent (in most cases this means ex-DRG equipment left after the war). Later I'll get to the diesels, too.

The list is arranged as: Class number (local to the railway mentioned in the bold header), followed by in a few instances, range of running numbers. In brackets, the model that can be used to represent the locomotive in question, with DRG class designation in case this is different from the later DB/DR designation).

Austria (OBB)
42 (Kittler BR42)
44 (Roco BR44)
50 (Tillig BR50)
52 (Tillig BR52)
64 311 (Kehi or Schirmer BR64)
86 (Tillig BR86)
638 (Jatt BR38.10-40 )
658 (Kittler BR58.10)
691 (Jatt, Jago or MMS BR91.3/91.20)
693 (Jago BR93.5)
694 (Jago BR94.5)
794 (Beckmann BR94.20)


Belgium (SNCB)
25 (Tillig BR50)
26.001-100 (Tillig BR52)
27.001-003 (Tillig BR52 modified to kondenstender)
64 (Jatt BR38.10)
92 (Kittler BR58.10)
93 (Jatt, Jago or MMS BR91.3/91.20)
98 (Jago BR94.5)

Bulgaria (BDZ)
08.09 (Beckmann BR38.0)
14 (Tillig BR50)
15 (Tillig BR52)
16 (Kittler BR42)

Czechoslovakia (CSD)
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)
516.05 (Beckmann 94.20)
523.15 (Kroner BR94.1)
536.05 (Kittler BR58.10)
537.05 (Jago BR94.5)
555.0 (Tillig BR52)
555.1 (Tillig BR50)

Denmark (DSB)
Litra N (Tillig BR50)
Litra T (Jatt BR38.10)

France (SNCF)
040-D (Jago BR55.25)
050-TA (Jago BR94.5)
150-D (Kittler BR58.10)
150-X (Roco BR44)
150-Y (Tillig BR52)
230-C (Jatt BR38.10)
230-F (Jatt BR38.10)
232-TC (Jatt or MMS BR78.0/T18)

Greece (SEK)
Zd (Jatt BR38.10)

Hungary (MAV)
501 (Kittler BR42)
520 (Tillig BR52)

Hungary (GySEV)
520 (Tillig BR52)

Lithuania (LG) (inter-war)
K8 (Jatt BR38.10)
P8 (Jago BR55.25)

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

Norway (NSB)
63a (Tillig BR52)

Poland (PKP)
Oi2 (Gutzold BR24)
Ok1 (Jatt BR38.10)
Okl2 (Kehi or Schirmer BR64)
Oko1 (Jatt or MMS BR78.0)
Ot1 (Kittler BR41)
Pm3 (Stromlinie.eu/MMC BR03.10)
Tkh1 (Jatt or Tilling BR89.70)
Tki3 (Jatt, Jago or MMS BR91.3/91.20/T9.3)
Tkt3 (Tillig BR86)
Tkw2 (Jago BR94.5)
Tp4 (Jago BR55.25)
Ty1 (Kittler BR 58.10)
Ty2 (Tillig BR52)
Ty3 (Kittler BR42)
Ty4 (Roco BR44)
Ty5 (Tillig BR50)
Ty42 (Tillig BR52)
Ty43 (Kittler BR42)

Romania (CFR)
140.4 (Tillig BR56.20)
150.0 (Tillig BR50)
150.1000-1100 (Tillig BR52)
150.1201-1202 (Kittler BR42)
230.0 (Jatt BR38.10)

Turkey (TCDD)
3701-3708 (Jatt or MMS BR78.0)
34061-34068 (Gutzold BR24)
44101-44102 (Jago BR55.25)
45001-45062 (Tillig BR56.20)
46051-46061 (Kittler BR41)
56501-56553 (Tillig BR52)
56701-56748 (Roco BR44)

USSR (SZD)
TL (Kittler BR42)
TYe (TE) (Tillig BR50)
TE (ТЭ) (Tillig BR52)
TO (Tillig BR56?)
TS (TC) (Tillig BR01)
44 (Roco BR44)

Yugoslavia (JZ)
09.001-007 (Jatt BR38.10)
23.101-203 (Jago BR55.25)
33 (Tillig BR52)
36.001-049 (Kittler BR58.2)
154.003-007 (Jatt, Jago or MMS BR91.3/91.30/T9.3)
158.001-002 (Jago BR93.5)
159.001(Jago BR94.5)
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Re: Modelling non-German railways in TT scale

Postby Arseny » Tue Mar 30, 2010 2:12 am

USSR:

TE (BR50)
ТЭ (BR52)

TS (BR01 or BR03)
TO (BR56)
86 (BR86) - they were not used on Soviet railways, but were used on plants and factories.
44 (BR44) - some of them were used on Soviet railways, but they did not get a letter code.
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Re: Modelling non-German railways in TT scale

Postby Marquette » Tue Mar 30, 2010 3:06 am

Thanks for the info, Arseny!

I knew about the TYe but forgot it, though I didn't know about the others.

Do you know, after Lithuania was absorbed into the USSR, what happened with their K8 and P8 locomotives?
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Re: Modelling non-German railways in TT scale

Postby Marquette » Tue Mar 30, 2010 3:52 am

I think for the time being I'm not going to try tackling industrial locomotives... way too massive! Only state and major private railways.

Here are some diesels:

Albania (HSH)
2001-2005 (Tillig DB V200.1/221)
T435 (Tillig T435)
T669 (? T669)

Algeria (SNTF)
600DA 001-011 (Tillig DR V60/106/346)

Armenia (HJ)
ChME-3 (? T669)

Azerbaijan (ADDY)
ChME-3 (? T669)
M62 (Roco or Tillig M62/DR V200)
2M62 (Roco or Tillig M62/DR V200)
TE3 (Peresvet)

Austria (OBB)
2016 (Kuehn, ready-to-run)
2048 (Bogusch DB V100/211)
2065 (Tillig V36)

Belarus (BCh)
ChME-3 (? T669)
M62 (Roco or Tillig M62/DR V200)
2M62 (Roco or Tillig M62/DR V200)
2TE10 (Peresvet)

Belgium (SNCB)
5201-5219 (Tillig Nohab)
5401-5404 (Tillig Nohab)
8001-8069 (Kuehn DB V60/260/360)
ex-V36 (Tillig V36)

Bosnia (ZBH/ZFBH)
211 (Bogusch DB V100/211)
212 (Modist DB V100/212)
232 (Roco 132/232)

Bosnia (ZRS)
212 (Modist DB V100/212)

Brazil (Estrada de Ferro de Goiás)
5201–5202 (Chosen Scale G12)

Brazil (Mogiana Railway)
3001–3030 (Chosen Scale G12)

Brazil (Estrada de Ferro Noroeste do Brasil)
1101–1143 (Chosen Scale G12)

Brazil (São Paulo Railway)
700–717 (Chosen Scale G12)

Brazil (Rede Mineira de Viação)
2201–2207 (Chosen Scale G12)
2217–2228 (Chosen Scale G12)

Brazil (Viação Férrea do Rio Grande do Sul)
2121–2145 (Chosen Scale G12)
2161–2168 (Chosen Scale G12)
6169–6206 (Chosen Scale G12)

Brazil (Estrada de Ferro Vitória a Minas)
531–565 (Chosen Scale G12)

Bulgaria (BDZ)
07.001-090 (Roco 132/232)
52.001-127 (Tillig DR V60/106/346)

Canada (London & Port Stanley)
L4-L5 (Chosen Scale G12)

Chile (Andes Copper)
81-83 (Chosen Scale G12)

China (CR)
NY14083-14099 (Tillig DR V100/110)

Croatia (HZ)
2133 (Kuehn DB V60/260/360)

Cuba
61001-61021 (Roco or Tillig M62/V200/120)

Czechoslovakia (CSD)
T476.1001-1007 (Tillig DR V100/110)
T679.1 (Roco #36232, Tillig #02566)
T679.2001-2002 (Roco 132/232)

Denmark (DSB)
Køf 251-290 (Arnold Kof)
MH (Kuehn DB V60/260/360 as a basis with considerable work)
MX (Tillig Nohab)
MY (Tillig Nohab)

Egypt (ENR)
2001-2045 (Mehano Blue Tiger - kitbashed, single-cab)
2101-2123 (Mehano Blue Tiger - kitbashed, single-cab)
3101-3112 (Tillig Nohab - needs some work)
3701-3797 (Chosen Scale G12)

Estonia (EVR)
ChME-3 (? T669)
M62 (Roco or Tillig M62/DR V200)
2M62 (Roco or Tillig M62/DR V200)

France (SNCF)
Y50 (Tillig V36)

Georgia (SR)
ChME-3 (? T669)
2TE10 (Peresvet)

Greece (OSE)
A101-A130 (Kuehn DB V60/260/360)
A301-310 (Kemtron FA - kitbashed)
A411-A430 (Tillig DB V200.1/221)

Hong Kong (KCRC)
51-55 (Chosen Scale G12)
8001-8005 (Piko or Kuehn ER20)

Hungary (MAV)
M61 (Tillig Nohab)
M62 (Roco or Tillig M62/V200/120)

Hungary (GySEV)
M62 901-908 (Roco or Tillig M62/V200/120)

Indonesia (PJKA)
BB201.01-11 (Chosen Scale G12)

Iran (RAI)
40.01-40.137 (Chosen Scale G12)
M62 (Roco or Tillig M62/V200/120)
IranRunner 22 (Piko ER20)

Iraq (IRR)
501-502 (MTH T211)
DES3001-3008 (Tillig T435)
DES3101-3200 (? T669)

Israel (IR)
104-130 (Chosen Scale G12)
211-228 (Kuehn DB V60/260/360)

Italy (FS)
D.213 (Arnold Kof)
D.236 (Tillig V36)

Kazakstan (KTZ)
ChME-3 (? T669)
TE3 (Peresvet)
2TE10 (Peresvet)

North Korea (DPRKR)
Naeyeun 569 and others (? TEM2)
Naeyeun 601-665 (Roco or Tillig M62/V200/120)
Geumseong 8001-8002 - DPRK-built copy of M62 (Roco or Tillig M62/V200/120)

South Korea (KNR/KORAIL)
2001-2014 (Worsley SW1200 kitbashed to SW800?)
2100 series (Worsley SW1200 kitbashed to SW1001)
4001-4015 (Chosen Scale G12)
4101-4110 (Chosen Scale G12)
4201-4202 (Chosen Scale G12)
5001-5029 (Lionel GP9 body on a C-C chassis - SD9)

Kosovo - (HK/KZ)
005-008 (Tillig Nohab)
202 (Tillig DR V100/110)

Latvia (LDz)
ChME-3 (? T669)
M62 (Roco or Tillig M62/DR V200)
2M62 (Roco or Tillig M62/DR V200)
TE3 (Peresvet)
2TE10 (Peresvet)

Lithuania (LG)
ChME-3 (? T669)
DE20 (Piko ER20)
M62 (Roco or Tillig M62/DR V200)
2M62 (Roco or Tillig M62/DR V200)

Luxembourg (CFL)
801-806 (Worsley SW1200 - kitbashed hard)
1011-1013 (Arnold Kof)
1601-1604 (Tillig Nohab)
1801-1820 (Tillig Nohab)
ex-V36 (Tillig V36)

Macedonia (MZ)
734 (Kuehn DB V60/260/360)

Malaysia (KTM)
26101-26120 (Mehano Blue Tiger 2, metre-gauge)

Mexico (NdeM)
5800-5889 (Chosen Scale G12)
6200-6213 (Lionel F3)
6600-6601 (Lionel GP9)
7000-7009 (Tillig FP7)
7100-7107 (Lionel GP9)
9200-9299 (TT Scale Society GP38-2)
9400-9414 (TT Scale Society GP38-2)
9901-9909 (TT Scale Society GP38-2)

Moldova (CFM)
ChME-3 (? T669)
M62 (Roco or Tillig M62/DR V200)
2TE10 (Peresvet)

Mongolia (MTZ)
M62 (Roco or Tillig M62/V200/120)

Nigeria (NR)
1101-1125 (Chosen Scale G12)

Norway (NSB)
Di3 (Tillig Nohab)
Di5 (Kuehn DB V60/260/360)

Norway (Sydvaranger)
DE101 (Chosen Scale G12)

Pakistan (PR)
? class (Mehano Blue Tiger - kitbashed, single front window on the cabs; 1676mm/5'6" gauge)

Poland (PKP)
ST44 (Roco or Tillig M62/V200/120)

Portugal (CP)
1501-1512 (Kemtron etc. RS2 - kitbashed)

Russia (RZD)
ChME-2 (Tillig T435)
ChME-3 (? T669)
M62 (Roco or Tillig M62/V200/120)
2M62 (Roco or Tillig M62/DR V200)
TE3 (Peresvet)
TE7 (Peresvet)
TE10 (Peresvet)
2TE10 (Peresvet)
TE109 (Roco 132/232)
TEP10 (Peresvet)

Saudi Arabia (SRO)
1500-1501 (Tillig FP7)
2000 (TT Scale Society GP38-2)

Serbia (ZS)
710 770-9 (Tillig T334)
734 (Kuehn DB V60/260/360)

Slovakia (ZSR)
745 601-602 (Tillig DR V100/110)

Spain (RENFE)
316 (Kemtron FA - kitbashed)
318 (Kemtron FA - kitbashed)
340 (Tillig DB V200.1 - kitbashed)

Sri Lanka (SRR)
569-595 (Chosen Scale G12)
626-629 (Chosen Scale G12)

Switzerland (SBB-CFF)
Am4/4 18461-18467 (Tillig DB V200.0/220)
212 196-0/317-2/323-0 (Modist DB V100/212)

Switzerland (BLS)
211 190-4 (Bogusch DB V100/211)
Em845 001 (Tillig DR V60/106/346)
V100 001 (Tillig DR V100/110)

Switzerland (SOB - Suedostbahn)
Tm236 009 (Arnold Kof)

Syria (CFS)
201-277 (Roco 132/232)
501-525 (? T669)

Taiwan (TRA)
R21-R72 (Chosen Scale G12)

Turkey (TCDD)
DH6501-6540 (Kuehn DB V60/260/360)
11501-11515 (Modist DB V100/212)

Ukraine (UZ)
ChME-3 (? T669)
M62 (Roco or Tillig M62/DR V200)
2M62 (Roco or Tillig M62/DR V200)
TE3 (Peresvet)
TE7 (Peresvet)
2TE10 (Peresvet)

USSR (SZD)
ChME-2 (ЧМЭ-2) (Т435 or BR107)
ChME-3 (ЧМЭ-3) (T669)
Dg (Дг) (V36, only 1 unit existed)
M62 (Roco or Tillig M62/V200/120)
TE3 (Peresvet)
TE7 (Peresvet)
2TE10 (Peresvet)
TE109 (Roco 132/232)
TEP10 (Peresvet)

Yugoslavia (JZ)
710 770-9 (Tillig T334)
734 (Kuehn DB V60/260/360)
761 (Tillig DB V200.1 - kitbashed from two shells and a 6-axle underframe)
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Re: Modelling non-German railways in TT scale

Postby Arseny » Tue Mar 30, 2010 7:41 am

USSR:

ЧМЭ-2 (Т435 or BR107)
Дг (V36, only 1 unit existed)
ЧМЭ-3 (small serie by Chech manufacturer)

And, of course, ТЭ3, ТЭ7, ТЭП10, ТЭ10, 2ТЭ10 by Peresvet
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Re: Modelling non-German railways in TT scale

Postby CSD » Tue Mar 30, 2010 9:46 am

For the Czechoslovakian railway, the T679.1 is Roco item #36232 or Tillig #02566 and one of the Roco 132/232's would make T679.2 of which they had only 2 that were shortly sold to Bulgaria. Roco did make a T679.2, but no longer.
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Re: Modelling non-German railways in TT scale

Postby Arseny » Tue Mar 30, 2010 11:12 am

Marquette wrote:Do you know, after Lithuania was absorbed into the USSR, what happened with their K8 and P8 locomotives?


Very few information.
I do not know anything about Lithuanian P8, but 4 K8 locomotives were rebuilt to 1524-mm rails up to 31 Dec 1940.
That's all I know.
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Re: Modelling non-German railways in TT scale

Postby Arseny » Tue Mar 30, 2010 11:45 am

Also some German BR38 (= Lithuanian P8 ?) were used on Soviet railways until the beginning of 1950s.

And BR55 too - until 1952
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Re: Modelling non-German railways in TT scale

Postby Marquette » Wed Mar 31, 2010 12:01 am

Added more diesels to the list. Electrics list coming soon!
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Re: Modelling non-German railways in TT scale

Postby ConducTTor » Wed Mar 31, 2010 12:27 am

By the way, the above lists could be a great resource for the "booklet". Just saying...........
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