70113 Diesel-electric double locomotive D311.01, DWM

Diesel-electric double locomotive D311.01, DWM




Diesel electric double locomotive D311.01 of the German Armed Forces (1933-45).

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■ Double locomotive formed by two units coupled together; both units fully equipped with a motor
■ Full reproduction of the transition area between the two units
■ Elaborately reproduced engine room
■ Finely-detailed model with many separately attached plug-in parts
■ Large socket on front ends
■ Frame trims with 8 sandboxes each
■ Headlights depending on direction of travel and blackout lamps
■ Perforated roof fan design
■ Driver’s cab, driver's console and control box lighting as well as engine room lighting installed; switchable in digital mode

In 1941 and 1942, a total of four type D 311 double locomotives were put into service by the Deutsche Wehrmacht. The D 311.01 a/b, also known as “Walli”, was used on the Crimean peninsula. Along with its sister engine, the D 311.02 a/b “Dora”, it manoeuvred the largest railroad gun ever built. The locomotives D 311.03 and 04 were intended for use with the “Schwerer Gustav 2” gun, and were probably put into service in West Germany. The fifth and sixth double locomotives were ordered from Krupp, but ultimately could not be built due to war events.

Additional Information

General data
Coupling NEM shaft 362 with close coupling mechanism
Minimum radius 358 mm
Flywheel yes
Traction tyres 4
Number of driven axles 4
Article number 70113
Scale H0
Epoch II
Head light Direction dependent dual headlights
LED head light yes
Control DC Analog
Interface Electrical interface for traction units PluX22
Length over buffer 259 mm


Use-Instructions (DE)

Spare parts