Diesel locomotive class 260 of the Deutsche Bundesbahn.
■ Model with a tightly soldered decoder built-in from factory
■ In ocean blue/beige livery
■ LED headlights on both sides
■ Rod made of metal
■ Precisely reproduced “noses”
■ Extra-applied shunter handles
■ Unobstructed view through the driver’s cab
From the mid-1950s, the Deutsche Bundesbahn procured 942 locomotives of the V 60/V 60.1 class for light and medium shunting services. The difference between the V 60 (260) and V 60.1 (261) class was the higher friction load of class 261. The locomotives achieved a top speed of 30 km/h during shunting manoeuvres and a line speed of 60 km/h. The power output was 478 kW. After the first locomotives were decommissioned in the 1980s, many were sold to railways in Germany and abroad.
|Coupling||NEM shaft 355 without close coupling mechanism|
|Minimum radius||192 mm|
|Number of driven axles||3|
|Head light||Both sides of the vehicle are equipped with direction dependent triple headlights.|
|LED head light||yes|
|Control||2L – Digital|
|Length over buffer||65 mm|