Diesellok class 2062 of the Austrian Federal Railways.
? 1st series design in blood orange livery
? Equipped with digital shunting coupling – more fun guaranteed
? Motor stem and gearbox made of die-cast metal, therefore more dead weight and high tractive power
? Rich detailing on the model with many plug-in parts and freestanding handles
? Authentic light and sound functions switchable via onboard decoder
? Clear view through the driver’s cab replica
? Buffer capacitor for uninterruptible power supply
? With set of etched signs included
The Austrian Federal Railways procured 400 hp Dieselloks of the class 2062 from 1958 onwards to replace the costly and personnel-intensive Damploks that rendered shunting services. The Jenbacher Werke in Tyrol built 65 units of this two-axle small Diesellok until 1966.
The locomotive was used throughout Austria for shunting and construction train services, with its eye-catching cast-iron front shields serving as ballast weights. You could find them in front of passenger trains with one or two wagons on the Lower Austrian branch lines. The last locomotives were withdrawn from regular service in 2003. However, some are still in operation today as works and construction locomotives with the class designation X262.