Trix H0 - 22730 - Electric locomotive - BR E04 - DRG

Trix H0 - 22730 - Electric locomotive - BR E04 - DRG
DC - Direct current/Digital - Mint - In original box

Trix H0 - 22730 - Electric locomotive - BR E04 of the DRG
With original packaging and booklet.
Running number: E 04 02.

Please note, this locomotive has been converted to digital with a Lenz decoder

Mouse grey livery with black base
Metal grey roof.

All the functions have been tested.
Undamaged and without paintwork issues.
Please see the photos for an accurate impression of this lot.

Electric locomotive E 04 / BR 104
Commissioned by the DRG, the company AEG developed the Series E 04 in the early 1930s. The aim was to deploy an express train for passenger traffic in central Germany.

Development and deployment:
Mainline History:

1930 - The design phase of this locomotive commenced.
1933 - The first ten units, E 04 01 up to and including E 04 10 enter service with a maximum permitted speed of 110 km/h. After test runs with the E 04-09, during which a maximum speed of 151.5 km/h was achieved, this ceiling was later increased to 130 km/h for the E 04-09 and the E 04 10.
1934 - A further ten units E 04 11 up to and including E 04 21 are commissioned. For all units built so far and still to be built, the maximum speed permitted is now also 130 km/h.
1936 - The last two units E 04 22 and E 04 23 are commissioned. A total of 23 units were built by AEG.
1939 -1945 The E 04 23 was used as a test locomotive on the lines around Munich during these years.
1940-1945 - Locomotives E 04 04 and E 04 13 were destroyed during the Second World War.
1945-1968 - The locomotives E 04 17 up to and including 22 remained in service with the DB.
1968 - As from this year the "Baureihe" was converted from BR E 04 to BR 104.
1982 - The last units are decommissioned.

Lot details
No. of items
Electric locomotive
Railroad company
Catalogue Number
Power supply
DC - Direct current
In original box
Additional information
BR E04
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