Motive Power

The following have been collected over the years. Only the ones with DCC decoders (the majority) may run on the layout. I don't permit the use of DCC address zero to be used to run a DC engine without a decoder present.

Locomotives

SBB Re 4/4 II

Fleishmann brand, model 4341 number 11156 (Basel) TEE livery; No DCC decoder installed

Prototype Info

Numbers 11101-11349,113721-11397 made between 1964-85; weight 80 t; 4700 kW; 140 km/h max speed

SBB Re 4/4 II (TEE livery)
SBB Re 4/4 II (11156 Basel) in TEE livery

SBB Ee 3/3

Roco brand, model 43529 number 16385 (shunter); DCC decoder installed

Prototype Info

Numbers 16181 - 16414 made between 1944 - 47; weight 45 t; 508 kW; 50 km/h max speed

SBB Ee 3/3 shunter
SBB Ed 3/3 number 16385

SBB Ae 6/6

Roco brand, model  43535 (green livery) number (not provided, does not appear on the model); DCC decoder installed
Roco brand, model 43699 (red livery) number 11454; DCC decoder installed

Prototype Info

Numbers 11401 - 11520 made between 1952- 56; 120 made; weight 120 t; 4300 kW; 125 km/h max speed

SBB Ae 6/6 greenSBB Ae 6/6 number 11454
SBB Ae 6/6 Originally delivered in green livery. From 1984, the green loks were repainted red when they came in for major service.

SBB Re 4/4 IV

Roco brand, model 43512 number 10104 converted to Bahn 2000 livery; DCC decoder installed

Prototype Info

Numbers 10101 - 10104 made in 1982; 4 made; weight 80 t; 4690 kW; 160 km/h max speed
Between 1994 and 1996, all four were sold to the Südostbahn (SOB), and the class renamed Re 446 and renumbered 445-448 with new paint schemes.
Following a merger between the SOB and the Bodensee–Toggenburg (BT) railway in 2001, the loks were renumbered to 015-018, and again repainted. The SOB used these in their Voralpen Express route.
At the end of 2019, these will be sold to Eisenbahndienstleister GmbH (EDG) located in Thayngen in Canton Schaffhausen. Eisenbahndienstleister is a service provider to the Swiss rail industry.

SBB Re 4/4 IV formerly number 10104 was repainted in Bahn 2000 livery
SBB Re 4/4 IV formerly number 10104 was repainted in Bahn 2000 livery

SBB Re 460

Roco brand; models 43655 (Pfänder 081-3), 63514 (Western Union 114-2) ; DCC decoders installed in all

Prototype Info

Numbers 000 - 118 made between 1991 - 96; 119 made; wheels B0'B0' weight 81 t; 6100 kW; 230  km/h max speed

SBB Re 460 081-3 Lok 2000SBB Re 460 114-2 Western Union
SBB Re 460 in red Lok 2000 livery (Pfänder 081-3) and  in Western Union livery (114-2)

SBB Re 484

Roco brand, model 62501 (Cargo 006-2); DCC decoder installed

Prototype Info

Numbers 001-012 - 019-021 made between 2004 - 07; 21 made; wheels B0'B0'; weight 85 t; 5600 kW; 140 km/h max speed

SBB Re 484 006-2 Cargo
SBB Re 484 006-2 Cargo livery

BLS Re 465

Roco brand, model 62399 (Brienz-Rothorn-Bahn  018-0); DCC decoder installed

Prototype Info

Numbers 001 - 018 made between  1994 - 97; 18 made; wheels B0'B0'; weight 84 t; 6400 kW; 140 km/h max speed

BLS Re 465 Brienz-Rothorn-Bahn 018-0
BLS Re 465 Brienz-Rothorn-Bahn  018-0

Railcars

SBB Rb e 4/4

Lima brand; model 208031 number 1435; No DCC decoder installed

Prototype Info

Numbers 1401 - 1482; made between 1965 - 67; 81 made; 2000 kW; 125 km/h max speed

SBB Rb e 4/4 Railcar number 1435
SBB Rb e 4/4 Railcar number 1435