7500051 Electric locomotive 1207, NS

Electric locomotive 1207, NS




Electric locomotive 1207 of the Netherlands State Railways.

■ In turquoise livery
■ Finely-detailed design with many separately attached plug-in parts, in part using etching technology
■ Wheelsets with low wheel flanges
■ Locomotive suitable for Plan-D coach set, item 6200049

The Dutch 1200 series electric locomotives are six-axle heavy electric locomotives. They were developed by the American Westinghouse and Baldwin companies, but built under license in the Netherlands. A total of 25 locomotives were sold to the Netherlands State Railways. The elevated, brawny front ends and the small driver's cab are characteristic of American locomotives. Most of the 1200 series locomotives were run by the NS until the year 1988. Today, only a few of these vehicles are still used in museums or private rail companies.
The locomotive with the number 1207 was supplied to the NS in 1952 under the factory number 931. This locomotive, in its turquoise livery, was used to haul the first post-war NS through train wagons.

Additional Information

General data
Coupling NEM shaft 362 with close coupling mechanism
Minimum radius 358 mm
Flywheel yes
Number of driven axles 6
Number of axles with traction tyres 1
Article number 7500051
Scale H0
Epoch III
Railway Company NS
Motor 5-pole motor
Head light Light changeover true to the Dutch original.
LED head light yes
Control DC Analog
Interface Electrical interface for traction units PluX22
Length over buffer 208 mm


Use-Instructions (DE)
General Supplement (DE)
Spare part list (DE)