Accumulator railcar class ETA 150 with a control cab coach of the Deutsche Bundesbahn.
? Roof without antenna
? Delicately designed model in red livery
? With a clear view through the passenger compartment
? With extra applied plug-in parts
? 1st class compartment with six seats in the motor vehicle
? Switchable headlights and interior lighting
? With decoders in the railcar and the control cab coach
? Z21 driver’s cab available
The accumulator railcars of the ETA 150 class were very popular with passengers due to their excellent travel comfort and low noise levels. A total of 232 units were built from 1954 to 1965. In addition, 216 class ESA 150 control cab coaches were put into operation. The railcars, which are preferably used on lowland routes, were also often referred to as “Taschenlampen-Express” “Flashlight Express”,”Steckdosen-InterCity” “Socket InterCity” or “Akkublitz” “Accu Flash”. Their area of operation was the Augsburg region, Schleswig-Holstein, eastern Lower Saxony, Rhineland-Palatinate, southern Hesse and the Ruhr area.