NSW 85 class consisted of 10 electric locomotives built by Comeng, Granville between May 1979 and July 1980. When introduced they were the most powerful locomotives in Australia with a rating of 2,880 kW. Based at Lithgow depot they were used principally to haul coal trains over the Blue Mountains line.
Plastic (ABS) body
Blackened metal disc wheels (RP25-110)
Scale size metal knuckle couplers
Highly detailed underframe
Separately applied metal parts
Metal & plastic handrails & brake piping
Highly detailed bogies with separately applied parts
Factory painted & decorated.
18″ Recommended minimum radius
Will operate on code 70, 83 & 100 rail
Different body versions tooled
Detailed cab with driver figures
Metal etched mirrors & windscreen wipers
See-through metal etched grilles
Operating LED headlights, markerlights & ditch lights with manual override switch (ditch lights only on some versions)
5-Pole skew wound motor with twin brass flywheels.
All wheel drive and electrical pickup
Separately applied air hoses & MU cables
DCC Ready with 21 pin socket (on non DC models)
Heavy diecast chassis
|Dimensions||31 × 11 × 7 cm|
|Auscision 85 Class||
8503 Indian Red, 8505 Indian Red, 8506 Indian Red, 8510 Indian Red, 8501 Indian Red, 8504 Indian Red, 8508 Freight Rail Blue, 8504 Freight Rail Blue