Belarus - Belaruskaya Chygunka

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Belarus - Belaruskaya Chygunka

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Belarus - Belaruskaya Chygunka

Diesel locomotives
ChME-3 (? T669)
M62 (Roco or Tillig M62/DR V200)
2M62 (Roco or Tillig M62/DR V200)
2TE10 (Peresvet)
TGK2 (Karsei TGK2)

Passenger & freight cars
TT-Modell has released a model of a BCh sleeping car. For other cars, probably any of TT-Modell and Peresvet Russian/Soviet-prototype equipment could be used.

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ChME3 5210

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M62 1871

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M62 1003

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2M62 1125

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A TGK2 at Brest
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Here's a Belarussian tank car:

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No BCh freight cars have been released yet, but most of the RZD/SZD models can probably be relettered...

Passenger cars
Ammendorf sleeper TT-Modell 2045
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Ammendorf baggage car TT-Modell 2145
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WLABmee Tillig 58015
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WLABmee Tillig 58016
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Marquette wrote:Ammendorf baggage car TT-Modell 2145
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This is not an Ammendorf car. All cars from Ammendorf had the same arrangement of ribs on their sides as you can see it at the car before. Cars with so many ribs were made in Riga.
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