Tms  (Klein)

 

2-axels CFL closed freight-truck with sliding roof

Between 1973 and 1974 the german constructor Waggon-Union delivered 100 wagons with a sliding roof (Ts) to the CFL.

THE MODEL

The vehicle body is painted dark brown (3267), red-brown (GAR 101) or light brown (GAR 12/103). The roof is brown (3267/103) or silver (101/102). The trucks have the old logo CFL (A), the new one (N) or none (-).

 

model

 number / construction type 

logo

inscriptions

era

3267

01 82 075 7 111-0

Tms

A

-

4

GAR 101

01 82 075 7 199-5

Tms

A

Museumswagen 5519

4/5

GAR 102

01 82 570 7 197-9

Tms

A

-

4

GAR 103

01 82 075 7 135-9

Tms

A

-

4

 

 

 

 

R (Klein)

  

4-axels CFL flat truck

The freight trucks are issued from the American army (TC = transportation corps) which used these wagons after 1945 for their own purpose. After the return of the soldiers to America the wagons stayed in Europe.

Some of those which stayed in Luxembourg were used to transport scraps and rolled products inside the steel plants ARBED. The originals of our models came from the plant of ARBED Esch-Schifflange (AES) and had the inscriptions "AES navette Aciérie Halle 5 Laminoirs Schrotttransport"

THE MODEL

The loading platform is painted brown, the longitudinal girder light gray. It is delivered without a loading.

 

model

number of car

inscriptions

era

GAR 351

7202

ex US-Army TC

Navette

3/4/5

GAR 352

7208

ex US Army TC

Navette

3/4/5

 

 

 

U (Klein)

 

 

2-axels CFL fuel-truck - type "Uerdingen"

The trucks were used in steel plant ARBED for the transportation of liquid colors and has an corresponding inscription "ARBED division Esch-Schifflange Transports de Laques"

THE MODEL

The fuel-trucks are painted in silver and have no labels. The GAR 301 was included in a set of 3 freight cars together with a steam locomotive class 41.

 

model

number / type of car

inscriptions

era

GAR 301

502 111

-

ARBED Schifflange

3

GAR 302

21 82 070 5 207-5

Uh

ARBED Schifflange

4