TT scale 2015 new models

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Not that I'm holding my breath for its release, but Kühn have announced a wagon I particularly want, to the extent that I'd started drawing them up for laser cutting...

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http://www.dybas.de/dybas/gw/gw_u_9/g948.html

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Here is Kuhn's catalog.
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Rich B wrote:I'm pleased that a UIC-Z couchette coach will be available in TT!
I can't find a couchette coach of UIC-type Z in Tillig's news catalogue.
There are only X-type couchette coaches. Their prototypes were made more than a decade before UIC defined their type Z.
ConducTTor wrote:And maybe the 3 axle cars for 2016 will turn in Umbau wagons later (I don't know if it's the same wheelbase)?
"Umbau wagons"? Do you mean Reko cars? Or may be their West German counterparts?
I'm not sure about length and wheelbase. But at the prototype, there were other types of cars used for these conversions.
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UIC Z is fat fingers from me, z is next to x on my keyboard! I did mean UIC X, I should proof read my posts. Specifically, this model attracts me, as I'm working on building up coaches for CNL 457: http://www.tillig.com/Produkte/produktinfo-16582.html

Interesting that they've stated DB AutoZug, but illustrate it with a NachtZug example. Not that there's any difference between the coaches other than branding.

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LVG1 wrote: "Umbau wagons"? Do you mean Reko cars? Or may be their West German counterparts?
The West Germans.
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"Umbau wagons" - West German counterparts

Managed to get a 3 car set of the Kruger models some time back. Still have to do interiors for them.

Doesn't really seem to be a lot of NEW items announced so far - just a lot of repaints. Still waiting for the Kuehn V-60, Beckmann BR-41, etc, etc, and now where staking out " the territory " for 2016.

Think I'll go back to concentrating on my American modelling!

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A few more news:
- LS models is back - at least a little bit. They now paint the Era VI livery onto their russian sleepers and do the "saloon" car. (p. 18)
- PSK Modelbouw
- Hädl
- Busch (starting p. 28)
- Moebo
- Viessmann


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