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    Some pictures of the original are at https://eisenbahndienstfahrzeuge.de/...ardelt-90t.htm

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    Peter, I noticed a tender (coal and water) car in a couple of scale model sets. In the link you provide there is a clear shot of this coal and water tender in the picture labeled Karl-Heinz Cramer (5th from last). Do you have a suggestion of what tender in trainz might be an appropriate substitute?

    This https://eisenbahndienstfahrzeuge.de/...-vorratswg.htm
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    I don't know of any matching tender. The closest are the tenders called 'Wannentender' for the german BR 52, but they are missing the platform and the buffers on one side. They are built to fit to their locomotives, and won't look good with the rail crane. There are at least 2 dated tenders available at the DLS. Better looking tenders are available with some SLW steam locomotives.
    The crane had an onboard storage for 1500 liters of water and 680kg of coal.

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    ... thankz p-dehnert for sharing the inspiring info and great pics ... herzlichen dank ...
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    Ah, thanks for the hint. SLW's <kuid:167975:522132133> SLW BR 52 DRB RN v3 TENDER is fairly close although without the handrails, ladders, and buffers on the forward end. It does close the coal hatch when coupled which surprised me.

    Edit: One of SLW's PKP Ty2 tenders is an even closer match. A little green paint...

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    Coal and water car (WIP) for the Ardelt 90t crane



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    That's looking very good Peter! Are you considering repainting it to the same green as the other rolling stock? The photos seem to show the tenders were green.
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    Ein Paar Bilder aus der Vergangenheit?
    A couple of pictures from the past?


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    As always, very good Wpsoft screenshots.
    I have not forgotten about the van but the KPEV model does not seem to have passed to DRG. That's why I have a question, did the image mail car go to DB?




    Finally, fruit express from Spain to Germany and Denmark changes its locomotive on the Belgian-German border

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    @Fant_autentico, your pictures were an everyday scene inAachen-West, where the freight trains were changing engine from DRG/DB to SNCB (Belgianrailways) on the way to Antwerpen over Montzen. Lovely vibes!
    For the carriage, not sure DB took it over, or perhaps asutility or permanent way car. On the other hand, don’t forget that in the earlypost war years, everything with wheels that could hold on tracks was rolling. Andthis all over Europe, cause the situation was so terrible.
    Now Javier , if you can manage this carriage in DRG version,I will surely propose you for Nobel price!





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    Interesting new DB freight wagons available at Trainz.de (O10) and TrainzArt (Klms 440) Caution, the commodity for the O10 is not downloadable yet (?) They surely fix the link soon.

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