Next up, Hungary. When I visited Budapest in November, for just a day, I somehow managed to buy nine models. Nine. I was very pleased, but my wallet? Not so much. But what did that trip get me? Well... I told myself, before going, that if the store I visited had a Nohab in store, I would buy one. They had at least three Nohabs available. So I got one.
M61 020, the last of the original 20 delivered new to Hungary.
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I also purchased some matching coaches to pull behind it, including VFK, or train heating car, 61 55 99-07 013-8...
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BDbh 50 55 82-28 110-9...
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Bhv 50 55 20-07 555-5...
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And By 50 55 20-17 399-6.
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Also, before I went on my trip, I had spoken to a manufacturer in Budapest about some custom made railcar trailers. No power cars, just the trailers, as I had found an interesting picture on Google that I wanted to recreate. He was happy to help, and here is the result: four Bzx type trailer cars to be pulled behind one of my V43's.
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There have also been two MÁV additions made via the internet, namely ABmz 61 55 30-91 004-6...
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And Bo 50 55 20-37 093-1. A Hungarian coach, built in Poland, and reproduced by a German company. Lovely!
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As for the "new kid on the block," well... It was another one of the countries my friend and I passed through on our trip through eastern Europe. And this purchase, made this past Saturday, was one lucky find. DCC, sound decoder, for under 7000 rubles. I just had to have it. Ladies and gentlemen I give you...
ZSSK 754 055-2!
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But here's the most interesting part of this purchase. I photographed a few of these locomotives when I was in Slovakia, in various paint schemes. Including one similar to this. But going through those pictures, four hours after I purchased the model, I made a little discovery.
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Do you see it?
Thanks for looking, everyone.
I don't always post in Russian, but when i do, i use Google Translate.