Denver & Rio Grande Western #6004 Sn3 Rough Cut Lumber Load 20 Ton Flat Car & Cast Steel Striker Plates

Denver & Rio Grande Western #6004 Sn3 Rough Cut Lumber Load 20 Ton Flat Car & Cast Steel Striker Plates
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Kategorie:HO MODELY LOKOMOTIVY, VAGÓNY PRO MODELÁŘE
Kód:A38458
Výrobce: Level52 Studios


Cena 4 493,00 Kč s 21% DPH

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Plošinový vagón modelové železnice v měřítku Sn3 pro železniční modeláře ve špičkové kvalitě - Denver & Rio Grande Western #6004 Sn3 Rough Cut Lumber Load 20 Ton Flat Car & Cast Steel Striker Plates, 1930s.

Trucks Feature:

Injection Molded in Celcon® - A Tough Engineering Grade Plastic. Nickel Plated Brass Wheels on Pointed Brass Axles - Super Free Rolling! Easy Assembly. Realistic Brake Shoes, Hangers and Rigging as Shown. Separate Journal Lids / Covers for additional prototype accuracy!.

These 20 ton 30ft-0inch Flat Cars were originally constructed in 1887 to fulfill an order placed by the Rio Grande that year, and were numbered between 6000 and 6099 as they became the "19 Class", but were more commonly referred to simply as "6000" series flats. These special" or "designated" cars were available for their M.O.W. crews and track gangs. The Rio Grande kept several on as work equipment cars. Cars the like of which make the "yards" in Chama, New Mexico. A few survived in revenue service until being sold to the U.S. Navy in 1942.

S SCALE - originally called "H-1" because it was half the size of Gauge 1 (1:32), the "S" name is derived from "sixty-fourth". Sn3 – using S scale (1:64 ratio) with 14.3 mm (0.563 in) gauge track.

In rail transport modelling, Sn3½ is a scale/gauge combination derived from S scale to represent narrow gauge 3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm) track by using 16.5 mm (0.65 in) gauge track (the same as HO gauge). The scale is 1:64. As 3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm) track scales down to 16.5mm at 1:64, modelers use HO gauge track (which represents standard gauge at 1:87 scale) on Sn3½ layouts. This scale is popular in North America to depict 3 ft (914 mm) narrow-gauge prototypes (using dedicated 14.28 mm (0.562 in) gauge track and known as "Sn3"), and elsewhere to depict the 3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm) narrow-gauge railways (using H0 scale 16.5 mm / 0.65 in gauge track and known as "Sn3​1⁄2") of South Africa, Australia and New Zealand. Sn3½ is so popular in South Africa, Australia and the most common narrow gauge in the United States and in Ireland.

3 ft (914 mm) gauge railroads were widespread in the United States in the period 1880-90. While most of these railroads were converted to standard gauge by the start of the 20th Century, a number of lines survived till the Second World War and later, and became popular subjects for modelling. Probably the most popular prototype is the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad, followed by other Colorado railroads such as the Rio Grande Southern and Colorado and Southern. Other railroads from California and the eastern states are also popular.



PLEASE NOTE: Due to the small edition size and the great demand for this item, allocations are expected to occur.

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