These are very attractive electric locomotives. We have quite
a few Alpine modelers here in the US and I am sure that they will
be very pleased.
It makes me want to consider a second layout with steep
mountain passes and tiny trains clinging to the edges.
Lots of arched bridges and village sized railway yards.
But alas, I have committed most of my resources to the
N. American venue. The Swiss railroads are absolutely elegant.
Keep offering the great variety of trains for all to enjoy!
On May 30, 2007, at 5:29 AM, ztrack@... wrote:
> Swiss Z Lines is excited to announce the release of SBB Re 6/6
> locomotives. The locomotives are all brass construction. They come
> with a 10mm
> Faulhauber motor, dual flywheels, directional controlled LED
> lighting, intricate
> pantographs, and Marklin style couplers. SZL has released, three
> versions. Item
> 3010 is the classic green version. This is available in five
> Item 3011 is the red version available in six roadnumbers. Item
> 3012 is the Cargo
> version available in four roadnumbers. Each roadnumber has the
> correct 'Arms'
> on the locomotive. Total run is 150 locomotives. Radius of 195mm
> minimum is
> recommended. Photos and more information on this line can be found at:
> Ztrack Magazine subscribers are entitled to purchase these locomotives
> direct. Ztrack subscriber price is $779.00 each plus shipping and
> handling. If you
> are not a subscriber, please contact and authorized SZL dealers.
> orders can be placed on line at:
> SZL is a product line of Rail Miniatures Ltd. SZL products are
> exclusively by Ztrack Magazine Ltd.
> Rob Kluz
> Ztrack Magazine Ltd.
> 6142 Northcliff Blvd.
> Dublin, OH 43016
> phone/fax: (614) 764-1703
> Distributor American Z Line
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