A101 - 130 KRUPP shunting diesel-hydraulic locomotive

A101 - 130 KRUPP shunting diesel-hydraulic locomotive

Postby Dimitris » Wed Sep 25, 2013 12:22 pm

All the pics I have from KRUPP in Rentis in June 2012.

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Dimitris

P.S I'll send later on the 2 different types of sprung-buffers and their pics for this locomotive. However, I'll have to take some sizes of the buffer-length of the prototype, as I am not sure if it is either 650mm or 620mm, the latter to UIC.
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Re: A101-130 KRUPP shunting diesel-hydraulic locomotive

Postby Dimitris » Wed Sep 25, 2013 8:09 pm

I am refering to the sprung-buffers of this locomotive.

There are two types of round sprung-buffers with riveted bufferplates (genietet) - as you see as well from the pics of the prototype:

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1. Federpuffer Bauart Siegen, Art.Nr.: Günter Weimann FP 1. This constructed in 1924, it has a buffer-length: 650mm. It's constructed by UIC, as UIC started 2 years agon at 1922. price: 22,50€.
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http://www.wagenwerk.de/h0de/fahrzeugba ... gen-1.html

2. UIC-Hülsenpuffer 620, Form C, Art.Nr.: Günter Weimann FP 16. This constructed by UIC, and it has the standard buffer-lenght: 620mm. Most of the european freight wagons, as well the locomotives, either electric, or diesel, have this length. I suppose that this locomotive, as it's constructed in the 1950s, even though it came to SEK between 1962-66, it has this type. price: 22,50€.
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http://www.wagenwerk.de/h0de/fahrzeugba ... m-c-1.html

However, I'll go again in Rentis (if I found there this loco) and take a count to the bufferplate, which from upgrading experience of buffers, it has definetely a radius of 450mm (5,2mm in HO), as well as the buffer-length to be sure exactly, which is the right one, either the 650mm, or the 620mm.

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Re: A101-130 KRUPP shunting diesel-hydraulic locomotive

Postby Dimitris » Mon Oct 14, 2013 11:22 pm

Hello.

About the conversion of the diesel-hydraulic shunting locomotive (Δ/Υ) KRUPP, I have found this on e-bay from ROCO:

http://www.ebay.de/sch/i.html?_odkw=%C3 ... m&_sacat=0

Which production-number (Art.Nr.), do you believe would be the right one for converted to the greek KRUPP? i.e. 43620? :? So that I may buy it.

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Re: A101-130 KRUPP shunting diesel-hydraulic locomotive

Postby christo » Tue Oct 15, 2013 7:29 am

Dimitris
Any model with red wheels and body. Here is a picture of the A122 by Roco.

Krupp_A122.jpg


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Re: A101-130 KRUPP shunting diesel-hydraulic locomotive

Postby Andreas » Tue Oct 15, 2013 11:58 am

I would it differently. Every model in Ep. III would fit. Red wheels and body is not relevant. You need to paint it it anyway.

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Re: A101-130 KRUPP shunting diesel-hydraulic locomotive

Postby BalkanExpress » Tue Oct 15, 2013 12:24 pm

Dear all,

Looking for one ROCO's in H0. Please mp to me if interested in selling

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Re: A101-130 KRUPP shunting diesel-hydraulic locomotive

Postby Dimitris » Wed Oct 16, 2013 9:10 pm

ImageA-102, Thessaloniki main railway station, April 2002

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Re: A101-130 KRUPP shunting diesel-hydraulic locomotive

Postby TimCC6558 » Fri Oct 18, 2013 4:15 pm

Dimitris wrote:Hello.

About the conversion of the diesel-hydraulic shunting locomotive (Δ/Υ) KRUPP, I have found this on e-bay from ROCO:

http://www.ebay.de/sch/i.html?_odkw=%C3 ... m&_sacat=0

Which production-number (Art.Nr.), do you believe would be the right one for converted to the greek KRUPP? i.e. 43620? :? So that I may buy it.

Thanx

Dimitris


Dimitris,

The Roco model in OSE markings was reference 43627 - I've been looking for years, no luck yet!

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Re: A101-130 KRUPP shunting diesel-hydraulic locomotive

Postby Dimitris » Fri Oct 18, 2013 8:40 pm

Thanx Tim.

It's OK. I am looking for a V60 model from ROCO to convert it. That's why, I've given this e-bay -site.

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Re: A101-130 KRUPP shunting diesel-hydraulic locomotive

Postby TimCC6558 » Fri Oct 18, 2013 9:45 pm

OK, 43620 would be fine for a conversion, it's the one I have.

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