C 61027 Jouef

C 61003

Photo Jplanglet on Wikimedia.

Jouef HJ2015

Type

C 61027

Mass / Max. current @ 12 V

136 g / 0.9 A

The connecting rods are upside down! Coarse steps and railings. A tenon of the body broke on the first dismantling. The light passes through the cab (non-joined parts).

The coupling has no articulation, which causes derailment of the machine or of the following car in the curves! For their Junior series, Jouef have kept their philosophy of yesteryear: to do the cheapest possible, even if it does not work. If that’s how they’re going to attract young people…

See:

Modifications

  • Uhlenbrock De Luxe decoder.
  • Position of the rods rectified.

Locomotives built in 48 units from 1951 to 1953 by Compagnie des Forges et Aciéries de la Marine et d’Homécourt. Power 285 kW (Diesel engine 375 kW). Maximum speed: 60 km/h. Mass 53 t.

The C 61027 (ex-030 DA 27) is put into service in June 1951 in Noisy. Successive depots: La Villette (9-67); Sotteville (5-70); Lens (9-81). It is withdrawn in December 1981.

Documents

  • Loco-Revue sheet No. 78-79 / 65 c 7
    (former series)
  • Loco-Revue diagram No. 1754 of the 030-DA (C 61000) series. Size 425 × 310 mm. Diagram preview.LR diagram
  • Loco-Revue diagram No. 1755 of the booster 030-DTA (TC 61100). Size 426 × 306 mm. Diagram preview.LR diagram
  • Affectations : Eurocity 64
  • trains-europe.fr website
  • Photos on Rail Fan Europe
  • Le Train spécial No. 30 of February 2002 Des Diesel polyvalents, from page 40.
  • Wikipedia article
  • History on derbysulzers.com (in English)

C 61027 JouefC 61027 Jouef

C 61003

Photo Jplanglet on Wikimedia.

Dimension Actual 1:87 Model
Overall length 9 500 109.2 108.7
Chassis length 8 435 97.0 95.5
Body width 2 820 32.4 32.4
Cab height 4 100 47.1 46.9
Axle distance 2 300 26.4 26.2
Wheel diameter 1 400 16.1 16.4

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