NS 1600 Engine 9V

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NS Class 1600 of the Dutch Railways.

NS Class 1600 electric locomotive of the Dutch Railways. The roof  can be opened and both driver seats can be taken out to accommodate the engine with a driver. The building instructions are very detailed and show step-by-step the building of both the 9V and RC version of this locomotive. The set does not include the 9V train motor. All parts are brand new. Stickers with the names & crests of the Dutch cities Amsterdam (engine 1601), 's-Hertogenbosch (1608), Emmen (1711), Enkhuizen (1711), Lelystad (1834) and Groningen (1838) are included.
Can also be used on 12V track with a 12V motor (low model).

Only 1 bogie included. For the other bogie you need the 9V Motor.

Also available in RC version and in Power Function version at 'Engines & carriages'.


The Dutch Railways (Nederlandse Spoorwegen or NS in short) Class 1600 electric locomotives were built by Alsthom between 1980 and 1983 based on the SNCF Class BB 7200, and in use by the Dutch Railways since 1981. The locomotives are used for both heavy freight and passenger trains. Thanks to the electric power control, the locomotives were not only the most economical but also the most powerful locomotives of the Dutch Railways.
In 1989 engine 1607 of the NS 1600 class set a world record pulling the longest passenger train ever with a length of 1.6 km equal to 60 passenger carriages. All the 1600/1700/1800’s carry names & crest of different Dutch towns and cities. The building set includes stickers with the names and crest of 6 Dutch cities.

Type of power / track: 9V, 12V
Dimensions (L x D x H): 29,6 x 5,9 x 11,7 cm / 11.6 x 2.4 x 4.6 inch
Number of Parts: 521, including 4 printed bricks
Includes: Building instruction, List of parts, Decals/stickers
Optional: 9V motor
Type of instructions: CD
Gross weight complete set: 555 gram / 19.7 ounce
Remarks: The 4 printed bricks are included with the instructions. Also available for RC track. Go for the PF version to 'Engines & carriages'.