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TILLIG : BOGIE CARRIAGES

Tillig has released two new references for two new versions and variations in H0-12 of its DR bogie carriages. Under reference 13980: a metal-bodied carriage in green livery, featuring 7 windows, numbered DR KB4ip 900-230, period III/IV, based in Straupitz (built Werdau 1929) from the Spreewaldbahn network, transferred in June 1970 to the Harz. It was modernized in 1984 and became KB 900-230. Under reference 13981, we have a set of two Harz carriages, numbered DR KB 900-494 (Werdau 1929) and 900-513 (Bautzen 1932) modernized in 1985/86, period IV/V, featuring 8 windows, in red and cream livery.

Jacques Royan

TILLIG PRICE OBSERVED FOR ONE CARRIAGE: BETWEEN 40 AND 45€ SET: CA.

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