From The Designer-copernicus508：
The model is originally designed and licensed by copernicus508. The designer uses the least parts to achieve the best visual effect. The unique design and color scheme of the model make it an impressive display and collection, providing lots of fun while assembling.
The E 50, which had already been included in the type programme in 1954, was considered the largest and most powerful electric locomotive of the Deutsche Bundesbahn at that time. The first two series machines were delivered in January 1957. By 1973, the Bundesbahn had taken delivery of 194 locomotives. The machines proved themselves excellently in heavy goods train service. After the fall of the Berlin Wall, locomotives of this series also came regularly to East Germany, among others to Weimar and Magdeburg. The last locomotives of the class 150 were only taken out of service by DB AG in 2003.
This moc is designed in 8 wide and has a length of 51 studs and a height of 13 to 21 studs, depending on how the pantographs are extended. The locomotive can easily be equipped with up to two train motors. Inside the locomotive is enough space for a battery box and an IR reciever. There is an opening in the base plate through which the cables can be easily routed. A part of the roof can also be removed, making it very easy to access the battery box.
- Made of high quality, eco-friendly ABS plastic which is odorless and has no rough edges.
- 1154 parts. The parts are compatible with other building block brands, being neither too tight nor too loose.
- Detailed PDF manual on USB drive.
- The parts in this MOC set are sorted manually and all care is taken.
- If there are any missing or damaged parts, please contact us for FREE replacement.