51320 Ellok 120 Analogt DC

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In the 1970s, the German Federal Railroads began the

search for a new four-axle universal locomotive which

could be used for both fast freight trains and IC passenger

trains. Between 1979 and 1980, the first 5 three-phase-drive

electric locomotives of the BR 120 in the TEE red/beige

color scheme were supplied to the DB. One prototype

locomotive, engine no. 120 005-4, which was authorized

for 200 km/h (124 mph) running, had a deeper sloping cab

face as well as a rounded cab roof line and pilot skirtings.

On August 13, 1980 engine no. 120 002 set a new world

speed record for a three-phase locomotive at 231 km/h

(143 mph). After four years of testing, sixty regular-production

BR 120 locomotives followed (numbers 120 101

to 160), wearing the Orient red color scheme, which,

thanks to their modern looks, shaped the appearance

of the Deutsche Bundesbahn in the 1980s. The mechanical

components of the Br 120 were built by Henschel,

Krauss-Maffei and Krupp, while the electrical components

were supplied by AEG, BBC and SSW. The main tasks the

lightweight Br 120s are used for are pulling heavy IC

passenger trains, as well as freight and regional passenger

trains. Often, locomotives of the Br 120 series are used to

haul the popular Interregio trains. Many times, the side

panels of the Br 120 are used as billboards, with advertising

graphics applied to them. After the year 2000, some

Br120s were rebuilt for commuter train service, and were

renumbered as Br 120.2.


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