Hungarian Railways, MAV, GySEV

Re: Hungarian Railways, MAV, GySEV

Postby reddo » Wed Jun 12, 2013 5:35 am

These are fantastic pictures and make me want to visit Budapest now :D

I really like that GySEV loco and colour scheme - I have to add to my collection now :roll:

Are there any diesel locos with this colour scheme?

I also looked up GySEV on Wiki and it talks about a crash - do you know anything about this? :shock:

GySEV owns 14 V43 class locomotive. GySEV equipped a few of them with PZB I60R for the operation in the Austrian lines of the company. The GySEV locos had several catastrophic crashes. V43 331 crashed at Neufeld, and V43 322 at Komárom. Both locomotives were scrapped. V43 333 crashed with V43 326, and rebuilt using the mainframe of the damaged V43 1003.
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Re: Hungarian Railways, MAV, GySEV

Postby reddo » Wed Jun 12, 2013 6:10 am

Do you know who makes these coaches in HO scale

https://www.gysev.hu/portal/page/portal/gysev
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Re: Hungarian Railways, MAV, GySEV

Postby BarbaPanagos » Wed Jun 12, 2013 8:11 am

Hi reddo, you're right Budapest is a great place to shoot trains, you can see rolling stock from almost all European companies.
I also agree, that green-yellow might be the most impressive Taurus paint scheme around.

Some GySEV models I know,
Roco 62451 http://www.reisezugwagen.eu/?p=12987
Brawa 41443 http://www.eurorailhobbies.com/erh_deta ... ck=BR41443 is this a good price? http://shop.krois-modell.com/Brawa/Spur ... 16085.html
Brawa 41444 the same Ludmilla model with sound
Fuggerth 11281 a diesel M41 loco http://www.naumann-online.de/shop/artik ... 728c3f3e87 ask for it, they most probably can order it for you
Fuggerth 11200 and Fuggerth 11201 V43 class electric locos http://www.naumann-online.de/shop/artik ... 728c3f3e87 & http://www.naumann-online.de/shop/artik ... 728c3f3e87

Tillig 76515 http://www.modellbahnshop-lippe.com/pro ... odukt.html
an open wagon from Klein http://www.ebay.de/itm/Kleinmodellbahn- ... 4173f21d9f

about the coaches you are asking I'm not aware of an HO model.

the links I have included are for reference only, you better google the code numbers to find the best price. If you also google "GYSEV HO" you'll most probably find something interesting

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Re: Hungarian Railways, MAV, GySEV

Postby reddo » Wed Jun 12, 2013 8:24 am

Barba - wow, many thanks for all the information ;)

I will certainly do a big check on the internet - I have just started in HO mainly Roco - here is my link to my thread on MRF

http://www.modelrailforum.com/forums/in ... opic=26325

Thanks for the info there is no HO coaches - we will have to watch for these

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Re: Hungarian Railways, MAV, GySEV

Postby BarbaPanagos » Thu Jun 13, 2013 7:13 am

reddo, as I can see you are building a quite impressive collection!!! and a layout too!!!
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Re: Hungarian Railways, MAV, GySEV

Postby 2143 » Tue Jul 23, 2013 3:39 pm

Hello Barbapanagos, :)

thank`S for your anwer to me. Excuse my late anwer to you, but in the last 3 Weeks I`ve been on the emergency Night Shift in our firebrigade, therefore my late anwer to you.
Once again, I`ve looked on the Modell of the Class M 44 Locomotive. This engine looks at me as a mixture of the V 60 of the German State Railway(DB) and a modern engine
of the German Vossloh Locomotive Building Company.

If you have any information about this engine, please send me a message.
By the way, the Siemens Locomotion Building Company has built a engine named:Vectron.
I`ve never seen such a ugly locomotive!

With best greetings

Erwin
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Re: Hungarian Railways, MAV, GySEV

Postby Olympus » Sat Oct 05, 2013 6:50 am

Albertmodell (1:87/H0) Projects for next year 2014

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best regards Andy
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Re: Hungarian Railways, MAV, GySEV

Postby BarbaPanagos » Thu Jun 05, 2014 6:25 pm

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Happy Birthday boys, I hope we'll have fun all together for a long time

Just a year ago, this one, was my first topic :D
I come back with some shots from the impressive Transport Museum of Budapest (Közlekedési Múzeum) http://www.mmkm.hu/


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to be continued...


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Re: Hungarian Railways, MAV, GySEV

Postby theo » Fri Jun 06, 2014 5:36 pm

Our museum is better.... :lol: :lol:
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Re: Hungarian Railways, MAV, GySEV

Postby BarbaPanagos » Mon Jun 09, 2014 8:55 pm

theo wrote:Our museum is better.... :lol: :lol:


you bet!!! :mrgreen:


there were also some impressive large scale models in display cases

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some even larger!

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and a layout, probably dating from the old ''Socialist days'' judging from that tracks looks...

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