Ellok BB 507310 of the French State Railways.
? Model in ?Fant?me? livery
? Delicately designed model with extra applied plug-in parts
? Filigree design of the pantographs
? In digital mode with individually switchable headlights or tail lights
? Digitally switchable sound functions
The French State Railways (SNCF) acquired 237 locomotives of the multi-purpose locomotive BB 7200 from 1976 onwards for use on the French direct current network. The design of the locomotives with the so-called “Nez cass?” (“Broken nose”) came from the hand of Frenchman Paul Arzens, who was responsible for the design of several SNCF locomotives at the time. When starting operating in 1999, the locomotives were divided into various business sections and have since been used in a wide variety of train types.