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MOC: DSB Køf with DSB Gs (I)

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Well, presenting another Köf...with wagons :classic:

DSB Litra Køf

The Danish State Railways (DSB) shunter Køf was the Danish built version by Frichs of the legendary German Köf (Kleinlokomotive, Öl-antrieb durch dieselmotor, kraftübertragung mit Flüssigkeitbetriebe).

40 Køf shunters were built from the year 1966 to 1969 and a few are still in service today.

Scale: 1:45

Lenght: 17 bricks

Width: 8 bricks

Bricks: 270

Motortype: 9v or PF

Model built: 2012

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Easy access to the IR Receiver:

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Either 9v or PF can be used to run the model but PF requires the PF train motor to be connected to the older 9v battery box by extension wire in a very tight fit with little room to spare.

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DSB Litra Gs (I)

Danish State Railways (DSB) classic 2-axle covered wagons with sliding doors Litra Gs (I) were built in Denmark by Scandia in huge numbers (2.871) from the year 1953-1964. A few are still used today

Scale: 1:50

Lenght: 26 bricks

Width: 7 bricks

Bricks: 518

Model built: 2013

 

 

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The doors can be opened though not by sliding:

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Distance between the fixed wheels are 12 bricks and goes through points and curves ok but with some resistance:

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Access through the roof:

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DSB Gs (I) wagons pushed by DSB Køf:

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Edited by dtomsen

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Excellent motorizes Köf! ;-)

Is that the batterybox as engine-house¿? Did you paint it black, or does a black part exist¿?

I especially like the waggons!

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very nice indeed! Neat solution that is totally LEGO.

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Those wagons look pretty damn good to me! The engine is nice and all, but the goods trucks are spot on really nice.

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wow, on such a small scale i do believe i would not be abble to do anything like that ;) it's really great

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The Kof is very good, but the cars are unbelievable. You've really nailed the look of wood sided boxcars.

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