The Bautzen Z2 full pack includes 14 cars of which 8 have been previously operated by German railroad operator Deutsche Bahn (DB) and its predecessor, Deutsche Reichsbahn (DR), and 6 six cars operated by German private operator Alex, formerly known as Arriva Landerbahn Express.
This pack includes eight cars with five different liveries, manufactured by the Waggonbau Bautzen factory in Germany and that have been previously operated by German railroad operator Deutsche Bahn (DB) and it’s predecessor, Deutsche Reichsbahn (DR).
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The Bautzen Z2 Modern Pack includes six cars operated by German private operator Alex, formerly known as Arriva Landerbahn Express.
Three of the alex cars are of the ABvmz type, which was converted from the former Amz 210 express coaches purchased from DB. Four compartments were prepared for 1st and 2nd class, a multi-purpose room was set up, a disabled toilet and air conditioning were installed.
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Contains 3 first-class and 7 second-class modernized DWA train cars owned by the Romanian national operator, both in red and blue paint schemes. All the coaches derive from the original 19-80 and 21-80 series, built in Germany by DWA Bautzen, bought by CFR Calatori between 1992 and 1994, and modernized starting from 2011 by Atelierele CFR Grivita Bucharest, resulting in the 19-76 and 21-76 series coaches.
The 19-70 and 21-70 series wagons are the modernized versions of the 19-80 and 21-80 series coaches. The “express” schemed wagons (blue-grey) are used even today in several regions of the country, mostly on regional services.
Contains 3 first-class and 3 second-class train cars owned by the Romanian national operator, both in original and modernized versions.
Original paint scheme in which the cars were delivered from the VEB Waggonbau Bautzen factory in the mid ’70s, it was used even in the early 2000s, alongside the new “CD” logo. Can be still seen on vintage cars with slight modifications.
The newest paint scheme on the Y type Czech cars, it was developed by the “Najbrt” design studios and it has mainly 2 variations, on which the most notable is the roof: version 1 is full grey and version 2 is blue with a white horizontal stripe.