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    Rheingold with DRG BR 18.3 (bad. IVh)





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    Nice Peter, where did you find the BR18?















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    Steaming shots everyone! Good...

    @ Normhart, the BR18.3 is his own production. Another jewel from the past. It was available at Trainz Depot site, but unfortunately they had a server crash...

    That makes me think,
    @ Peter, are the double floor coaches late version somewhere available yet?

    @Heinrich, the engine is a 2-8-2 BR41 coal fired with rebuild boiler.
    Concerning the smoke deflectors, the big one (Wagner) where introduce in the 1920's with production of the unified locomotives (Einheitslokomotiven)
    Although, the first deflectors were smaller. (on the first series of BR 01)
    The small one (Witte) where already introduced during WWII on BR42 engines.
    At Deutsche Bundesbahn creation after the war, they decide to generalize it for all engines. Question of giving a better sight for the driver. But it took a certain time. So that in the late 50's, there were still engines with Wagner deflectors.
    They did the same in east Germany.
    My two next pictures are the BR41 with Wagner deflectors and original boiler.
    One is from Bigtrain1, the other is old SLW stuff. (but still compatible in TANE!) Both are amazing.
    Unfortunately for me, Bigtrain1 did not build the BR41 with original boiler and Witte deflectors. (That's my favorite!) Too bad...

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    My double floor coaches are still downloadable from the archived TrainzDepot.
    - The original version in blue: https://www.trainzdepot.net/download...s-1951-epiiia/
    - The later version in green: https://www.trainzdepot.net/download...stos1951-epiv/
    I have tested the download just a moment ago.

    The BR 18.3 is temporarily available at https://www.file-upload.net/download..._18.3.cdp.html (download using the small blue button with the cloud symbol).

    Peter
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    Good to know.
    Thank you Peter.

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    DB 05 003 (created by Bigtrain1), in postwar condition, with experimental bilevel cars.





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    DRG Rheingold @ 90 mph













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    Looks like you are enjoying the Rheingold consist Norm

    I don't drive trains much, I create routes, but when I do route testing I like to sit in a Rheingold car and enjoy the view in comfort


    edited to add: thanks for the links Peter, I was missing a BR18 from my collection
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    Too much perhaps!



    As near as I can tell from operational dates these consists would have been possible.
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    These consist were impossible. The streamlining of the BR 05 has been removed in 1950. The three coaches (in blue) were built in 1951, and repainted green sometime between 1953 and 1957.

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    Quote Originally Posted by p-dehnert View Post
    These consist were impossible. The streamlining of the BR 05 has been removed in 1950. The three coaches (in blue) were built in 1951, and repainted green sometime between 1953 and 1957.

    Peter
    Rats! I knew the BR 05s were in operation until 1958 or so but I did not know that the streamlining had been removed. Too bad.
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    Wpsotf,
    Thanks for the information about the smoke deflectors. There are so many interesting things to learn.

    Heinrich505

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