Train And Subway And Tram Models
Rich details for Interior and exterior
Blauwe wagen 465
Diecast Scale Model
Die-cast metal & plastic
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De Blauwen appeared on the Amsterdam tramway in 1929. In 1968 the latter drove in the normal service. The cars have just not reached the 40 years.
In 1929 the 30 motor cars appeared 396-425 with 20 trailers 901-920. Werkspoor was the supplier of the motor vehicles and Beijnes signed for the trailers. The electrical installations came from Siemens Schuckert for the 396-410 and AEG for the 411-425. In contrast to the older series of motor vehicles, the resistance racks at the Blauwen are placed on the roof instead of under the car.
The new equipment entered service on line 16 in 1929. As the delivery progressed, the cars are also classified on lines 10 and 13S. Already in 1930 the cars of lines 10 and 13S disappeared to be deployed on the line 25 set on 3 April 1930. After the arrival of the follow-up series 426-445 the Blauwen also appeared on line 14. From line 14 the cars disappeared as As a result of the 1932 grid changes. Since then, the Blauwen on lines 3, 16 and 25. Since 1937, Line 3 has been assigned the 701-series trailers, converted into motor vehicles 476-490, so that the Blauwen moved from that line to line 6. . In 1942, line 6 was canceled and the Blauwen could offer their services on line 10.