Roco 73801 HO Gauge SZD M62 1616 Diesel Locomotive IV (DCC-Sound)
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WORKING ORDER: Yes.
COSMETIC CONDITION: New.
This is a diesel locomotive M62 1616 of the Soviet Railways.
- Etched radio antenna on the roof
- The model offers high operational safety and an excellent traction power to haul long trains
- With "Henning" sound
Under the terms of the RGW (Council for Mutual Economic Assistance), the Soviet Union has supplied numerous six-axle goods locomotives to many countries under the designation M62. The supplier was the locomotive factory "October Revolution" in Lugansk, which was one of the largest plants in the Soviet Union.
The first prototypes appeared in 1964 and the series production started as a result in 1965. The locomotives, with a power output of 1470kW achieved a top speed of 100kmh. By 1976, a total of 723 broad-gauge locomotives were delivered to the SZD.
|Axles with Traction Tyres||2|
|Coupling||NEM shaft 362 with close coupling mechanism|
|Interface||Electrical interface for traction units PluX22|
|Headlight||Two direction dependent tail lights and dual headlights|
|Additional light function||Yes|
|Length over Buffers||202mm|