DRG series ET 65
|series designation|| ET 65|
BR of 465
|setting into service||1933 - 1939|
|unloaded weight||62.0 t|
|friction weight||68.0 t|
|Overall length (motor coaches)||20,500 mm|
| of number of seats (driving |
and tax car)
|maximum speed||85 km/h|
|current system||15 kV, 16.7 cycles per second|
|of number of engines||4|
|output per hour||804 KW|
the electrical motor coaches of the series ET 65 (starting from 1968 series 465 of the railways) were over decades the backbone Stuttgart Vorortverkehrs. It existed in each case of a motor coach, a tax car and to 1960 two shortcoupled, württembergischen, fourwheel passenger vehicles. Starting from 1960 the two Mittelwagen up to the retirement from service were replaced by a four-axis change car. All vehicles were equipped with Vielfachsteuerung. Several Triebwageneinheiten could be served by a flight compartment.
Because of the loud driving noise the vehicles also red Heuler were called.
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after the electrification of the distance Stuttgart - Munich over the Geislinger Steige 1933, placed the German National Railroad in two series 21 motor coaches with tax cars in service posed, which were incorporated as series ELT 12. The driving and tax car exhibited a Fronttür, which made the transition for the train crew possible. The side midway entrance doors had been shifted in here something into the Wagenkasten. These durable Triebwagen-Einheiten had been implemented in heavy rivet technology. A third series with four units followed 1938. The painting in red corresponded to the standards at that time. thus altogether 25 Triebwageneinheiten stood for the Vorortverkehr Esslingen - Stuttgart - for Ludwigsburg in service, in the twenty-minutes pulse were completed. The vehicles were built by engine works Esslingen. The electrical equipment comes from the company BBC. 1940 became the design in ET 65 (motor coaches] and/or. IT 65 (tax cars) renamed. For capacity extension 44 former württembergische double cars were prepared, which were coupled between ET and IT. The courses would fulfill from the beginning expectations set into it.
In the Second World War several units were destroyed when bombardments. As replacement several traction vehicles of other designs were converted. The German Federal Railroads could take over 23 units.
In the meantime in railway-motor coach-red painted Zugeinheiten in the AW were submitted from 161 to 1963 the Stuttgart bath CAN place of a modernization. Outstanding feature was the new railways - unit front, as they received many old building rubbing cars. , and. A. the transition possibilities between the Triebwageneinheiten one diminished. The front windows were increased, the flight compartment modernize the wood banks by pad seats of the second class were replaced. The seat number in each motor coach of 73 to 58 reduces. Equipped with four new drive motors, reached the motor coaches a maximum speed of 85 km/h. In the context of this action the ET 51 with two 25 was converted and called ET 65 31. The old württembergische cars were replaced by change cars of the type B4yg, which was adjusted as sidecar of the series EB 65.
Starting from 1968 the motor coaches were called 465, the with and tax cars as 865. Starting from 1970 nearly all Triebzüge carried the Werbeaufschriften at the sides, so typical for it.
receiving are the museum unit ET/ES 65 06. It belongs to the traffic museum Nuremberg. The unit was restored and is used now in nostalgia traffic starting from Stuttgart. A further, unit not ready for operation, is located in Stuttgart.
ways of the regional admittingness is manufactured this Triebwageneinheit only by the company Brawa.
- Obermayer: Paperback German motor coaches. Cosmos, Stuttgart 1996, ISBN 3-44-004054-2
- Estler: The series ET 65. transpress, 1999, ISBN 3-61-371111-7