The Netherlands

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The Netherlands

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

The Netherlands - Nederlandse Spoorwegen

Electric locomotives
1301-1316 (BTTB-Start CC7100 - kitbash from 2 shells)
E186 111-122 (Kuehn BR185 - kitbashed)

Passenger & freight cars
A few freight cars have been released in RTR form for NS; PSK Modelbouw has also produced a number of NS passenger cars.
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Re: The Netherlands - Nederlandse Spoorwegen

Postby Marquette » Wed May 19, 2010 1:54 am

Passenger cars
PSK did a single version of a Plan W passenger car in era III livery:

Plan W ep III PSK 605
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Era IV (1970s-1990) is well-served with six varieties of the Plan W car and three dining cars, all from PSK:

Plan W ep IV PSK 601
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Plan W ep IV PSK 601
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Plan W ep IV PSK 601
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Plan W ep IV PSK 601
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Plan W ep IV PSK 600
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Plan W ep IV PSK 602
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Diner type Apfelpfeil ep IV PSK 611
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Diner type Apfelpfeil ep IV PSK 610
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Diner "Adagio" ep IV PSK 613
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The era IV-V transition period (late 1980s/early 1990s) has a few options as well - two Plan W cars, a diner, and two other coaches:

ABmhe ep IV-V PSK 100-2101
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Bmhe ep IV-V PSK 100-2102
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Plan W ep IV-V PSK 603
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Plan W ep IV-V PSK 604
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Diner type Apfelpfeil ep IV-V PSK 612
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Era V (modern period) has only one car available, but in contrast to the PSK models (which are all limited runs mostly out of production now and difficult to find), this one is by Tillig and is in current production. It is used in international services, too, and so could plausibly turn up on a German, Belgian, Luxembourg or French-themed layout...

Avmz ep V Tillig 13578
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Freight cars
For the 1950s/1960s (era III), PSK released a few short-runs of boxcars and reefers:

CHOK ep III PSK 720
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CHOK ep III PSK 721
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S-CHO ep III PSK 722
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S-CHO ep III PSK 723
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reefer (with or without brakehouse) ep III PSK
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reefer "Amstel" ep III PSK 728
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Three cars are/were available for era IV (1970s-1990), all from PSK:

Es ep IV PSK 710
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Es ep IV PSK 711
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Zk "Esso Nederland" ep IV PSK 730
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Two cars were released (both limited runs) for the era IV-V transition period (mid/late 1980s-early 1990s):

Gbs ep IV-V Modist KU474
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Lgns ep IV-V PSK 740
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The broadest range of models is available for era V (modern period):

Eas ep V (blue) Tillig 15223
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Faadkms (end) ep V Lorenz 34313
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Faadkms (middle) ep V Lorenz 34314
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Faadkms (middle, with truck) ep V Lorenz 34314-01
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Fals ep V Woerner T9497150
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Ucs Peresvet 3422
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Re: The Netherlands - Nederlandse Spoorwegen

Postby Christtking » Sun Feb 10, 2013 12:47 am

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To all: Here I would like to contribute with something: This model was manufactured by PH MODEL (article number 234), 4 axle tarpaulin covered freight (goods) wagon, type Shimmns, of the NS/Cargo, era IV-V (?), hand made model, limited edition, collector's item (?), in 2004 the price was US $30. A bit expensive for a freight car that does not have a lot of details. My model was modified. I'm not exactly sure if I added the correct details. According to the photos I have seen of real life prototypes, I guess I did O.K. Under the carriage I've added steps (1X each end of the vehicle) behind the buffers' beam, long handle bars (each end of the wagon), modified buffers body (big in the front end of the buffer behind the impact plate), anchors, modified the original black coloured bogies into red (some areas still black), short and long steps on the skirt (side views) painted (surfaced) up in yellow, hand brake wheels (3 spokes) with connecting rod, air cylinders for the braking system (bottom of the vehicle: under carriage), rods on the bogies outer areas (part of the braking system). Need to add air hose holders on the bottom of the buffers' beams, maybe some gauges on the skirts.
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Re: The Netherlands - Nederlandse Spoorwegen

Postby LVG1 » Sun Feb 10, 2013 3:11 pm

Christtking wrote:..., of the NS/Cargo, era IV-V (?), ...


I'ld say, era V. NS Cargo started in the 1990'ies paralleling DB Cargo. Both Companies started at the same time and have always been owned by the same holding company.
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Re: The Netherlands - Nederlandse Spoorwegen

Postby Christtking » Sun Feb 10, 2013 3:55 pm

Era V it is!
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