Yugoslavia - Jugoslovenske Železnice

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Yugoslavia - Jugoslovenske Železnice

Postby Marquette » Sun Apr 25, 2010 3:43 pm

Yugoslavia - Jugoslovenske Železnice
RTR & Kit availability (as of 20/1/2020)
Era IV
Passenger cars
ABa, green/white (PSK 203 0672) (limited 100 pcs)
Ba, green/white (PSK 203 0671) (limited 100 pcs)
Ba, green/white (PSK 203 0673) (limited 100 pcs)
WLAB, blue/light blue (PSK 203 0670) (limited 100 pcs)

Era V
Passenger cars
Aeelmt, grey/blue (Tillig 16510)
Beelmt, grey/blue (Tillig 16509)


Kitbash & repaint options
Steam locomotives
09.001-007 (Jatt BR38.10)
23.35-37 (Piko BR55)
23.44-45/101-203 (Hädl BR55.25–56/G8.1)
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)

Diesel locomotives
641 (Modart SM41 - repaint)
642 (Piko G1206 - kitbash)
643 (Piko G1206 - kitbash)
661 (Chosen Scale G12 - kitbashed to G16)
710 770-9 (Tillig T334 - repaint)
734 (Kuehn DB V60/260/360 - repaint)
761 (Tillig DB V200.1 - kitbashed from two shells and a 6-axle underframe)

DMUs & railbusses
611 (Airmodell DB VT11.5/601 vacuform kit)
812 (Kres VT98 - repaint)

Passenger & freight cars
A considerable number of existing models can be used to represent JŽ freight equipment.

The four cars released by PSK Modelbouw are stand-ins at best, even aside from the fact that they were made with BTTB Y wagons: although the lettering and paint schemes are correct (for a Belgrade Division sleeper and Zagreb Division coaches), the JŽ cars were Goša-built variants that were similar but quite different, most noticeably in the roofline.

The two cars issued by Tillig are very good, and accurate, but the prototype of these cars - owned by the Zagreb Division - operated as depicted by the model for only a single year before Croatia declared independence and the cars were relettered (but not repainted) for HŽ.

Tillig's Eurofima and DB Bm-style cars can also be used to represent a number of JŽ cars, and some other models of older German design (WW2 era designs) can also be used to model JŽ (and era III's JDŽ) passenger equipment.


Some pictures:

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23-087

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36-xxx

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33-087

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641-310

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661-136

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710-770

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734-023

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761-003

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611-006

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812-222

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ABl - Gosa Y

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ABl - Gosa Y

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ABl - Gosa Y

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ABlm - Eurofima type

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Alm - Eurofima type

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Alm - Eurofima type

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Al - Gosa Y

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Bl - Gosa Y

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Bl - Gosa Y

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Bl - Gosa Y

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Bm - ex-DB

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Bm - ex-DB

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Am - ex-DB

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BDms - ex-DB

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BRl - Gosa Y

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Aeelmt - Eurofima type

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Beelmt - Eurofima type

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Alt - Gosa Y

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Blt - Gosa Y

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Baat

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Post - "standard" Y

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D - Gosa Y baggage

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Post - Gosa Y

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Acl - Gosa Y 1st class couchette

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Bcl - Gosa Y 2nd class couchette

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Bcl - Gosa Y 2nd class couchette

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Bclm - ex-DB 2nd class couchette

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WLBl - "standard" Y 2nd class sleeper

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WLBl - "standard" Y 2nd class sleeper

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BReelmt - Eurofima type

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WRl - Gosa Y diner

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WRl - Gosa Y diner

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WRl - Gosa Y diner

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WReelm - Eurofima type diner

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E-z 500

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Eas-z 595

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Eas-z 596

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Faccs-z 699

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Gs 120

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Gs 120

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Gkks 130

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Gkklms 139 - ex-German G "Oppeln" type

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Gbs 150

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Kgs-z 332

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Regs-z 392

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Z-z 708

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Zans-z 784

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Zaekks-z 794

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Zaces-z 797

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Zaes-z 799
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Re: Yugoslavia - Jugoslovenske Železnice

Postby Marquette » Sun Apr 25, 2010 4:34 pm

A Eurofima-type couchette - this one belonged to the former JZ's Skopje (Macedonia) division:

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Re: Yugoslavia - Jugoslovenske Železnice

Postby Marquette » Sun Apr 25, 2010 4:37 pm

And this one - a Gosa-built Y (AR - first class with buffet section) - belonged to the ex-JZ's Ljubljana (Slovenian) division:

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Re: Yugoslavia - Jugoslovenske Železnice

Postby Marquette » Sun Apr 25, 2010 4:38 pm

And a 2nd class couchette (Bcl), Gosa-built Y type, that belonged to JZ's Sarajevo division:

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Re: Yugoslavia - Jugoslovenske Železnice

Postby Marquette » Sun Apr 25, 2010 5:20 pm

Here's a car from JZ's Zagreb (Croatian) division, an Al (1st class Gosa Y):

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Re: Yugoslavia - Jugoslovenske Železnice

Postby Marquette » Sun Apr 25, 2010 5:24 pm

The car on the left belonged to the Sarajevo Division; it was white and red (Gosa Y 1st class)

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Re: Yugoslavia - Jugoslovenske Železnice

Postby Marquette » Sun Apr 25, 2010 5:36 pm

For passenger cars, the ninth digit in the UIC number indicated which division of the former JZ the car belonged to:

0 or 1 - ŽG Ljubljana (Slovenian division)
2 or 3 - ŽTP Zagreb (Croatian division)
4 - ŽTO Sarajevo (Bosnian division)
5 - ŽTO Novi Sad (Vojvodina division)
6 or 7 - ŽTP Beograd (Serbian division)
8 - ŽTO Skopje (Macedonian division)
9 - ŽTO Priština (Kosovo division)
95 - ŽTP Titograd (Montenegro division)

Thus, if we look at a number like 51 72 20-80 901-x, we see that the 9th digit is a 9, meaning that that particular car belonged to the Kosovo division.

The divisions each had their own cars (passenger and freight) and each had their own unique paint schemes for passenger cars. The only scheme common to all the divisions was plain green...

Just a little tidbit I thought I'd put out here, in case anyone makes a JZ car... :)
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Re: Yugoslavia - Jugoslovenske Železnice

Postby Marquette » Sun May 16, 2010 5:32 pm

Here are what I've found of RTR models of JZ equipment.

Note that these PSK models were all limited runs from the 1990s and may be very hard to find...

ABl ep IV-V PSK 672:
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Bl ep IV-V PSK 671:
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Bl ep IV PSK 673:
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WLBl ep IV-V PSK 670
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These models were all repaints of Tillig Y wagons, and so all but the WLBl sleeper are incorrect - the ABl and Bl cars have Gosa-built prototypes with a different roofline.
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Re: Yugoslavia - Jugoslovenske Železnice

Postby LVG1 » Thu Aug 02, 2012 7:12 pm

Marquette wrote:Image
ABlm - Eurofima type

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Alm - Eurofima type

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Alm - Eurofima type

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BReelmt - Eurofima type


Eurofima cars have sliding doors. These cars have folding doors. So they are not Eurofima cars. They are probably X-type or Z-type cars.
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Re: Yugoslavia - Jugoslovenske Železnice

Postby Christtking » Sun Mar 24, 2013 3:10 pm

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