Motor or trailing railway car for the ER2-978

Motor or trailing railway car for the ER2-978

(W.M.C. Models)

A motor car is a railway car with a built-in railway motor. A trailing car is a motor-free railway car being exploited inside a motor car stock.

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$12.69

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WMC-RW-0002

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  • Type: passenger railway wagon
  • Historical period: Cold War, 1972
  • Country: USSR
  • Scale: 1:45
  • Number of sheets: 32 sheets A4

You can assemble the railroad passenger car in one of two modifications: a motor car or a trailing car.

Information Summary:

A motor car is a railway car with a built-in railway motor. A trailing car is a motor-free railway car being exploited inside a motor car stock.

Beginning in 1962 the Railroad Machinery Plants of Riga and Kalinin started to release ER2 electric trainsets instead of ER1s. ER2 cars have footboards for low platforms, and aprons for high platforms, installed in the train yards. The presence of footboards caused body to be redesigned. The same time if compared with ER1 cars, front parts, edge walls, car end frames, and door places. The car improvement project was carried out by constructors from the Railroad Machinery Plants of Riga.

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