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1st to 3rd class corridor train coach, "Danzig 0674", 1:5 scale model 1st to 3rd class corridor train coach, Side view 2 (on the left at an angle)

German Museum of Technology

German Museum of Technology
Berlin, Germany

Starting in 1903, the Prussian State Railways purchased 23 corridor train coaches to serve as through coaches, each of which accommodated three classes: a four-seat first class compartment, three six-seat 2nd class compartments and three eight-seat 3rd-class compartments. There was also a service compartment as well as one lavatory each for women and men. The Breslauer Actien-Gesellschaft (Corporation) for Railway Supplies delivered the "Danzig 0674" coach in 1904 for the price of 44,103 Marks. The manufacturer donated a model of the coach to the Berlin Transport and Building Museum in 1906.

Side view from the back left at an angle

Details

  • Title: 1st to 3rd class corridor train coach, "Danzig 0674", 1:5 scale model 1st to 3rd class corridor train coach, Side view 2 (on the left at an angle)
  • Creator: Clemens Kirchner
  • Type: Model of a railway wagon
  • Rights: © SDTB / Photo: C. Kirchner
  • External Link: Museum Digital
  • Width: 620 mm
  • Manufacturer: Breslauer Actien-Gesellschaft für Eisenbahn-Wagenbau
  • Manufactured in: Breslau (Wrocław, Poland)
  • Length: 3860 mm
  • Height: 850 mm
  • Date of manufacture: 1906

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