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This pack contains five different reskins on 060 EA 692, used by the Romanian national railway company CFR Călători. Each repaint features high quality photo textures giving the locomotives a realistic actual look. Two of them belong to the biggest and the oldest national depot Brașov, two of them to the Cluj-Napoca depot, one of the most important depot of north-western Romania and one to the Bucharest Călători depot. All the loco's have been modernized with ICOL CSAM system at Softronic Craiova.
This pack contains five different reskins on 060 EA 692, used by the Romanian national railway company CFR Calatori. Each repaint features high-quality photo textures giving the locomotives a realistic actual look. Three of them belong to the biggest and the oldest national depot Brasov, and two of them to Arad depot, also a big and well-organized depot. All the locos have been modernized with ICOL CSAM and ICOL TSAM( Class 477) system at Softronic Craiova.
This pack contains five different paint schemes of the 060EA locomotive, four of them used by the Romanian national operator CFR and one from private operator Train Hungary Magánvasút used mostly in Hungary, but can often be seen on Romanian railways also. Each repaint features high resolution photo textures reflecting the real look of the respective locomotives. The CFR operated locomotives belong to the biggest depots in the country, namely Brasov, Timisoara, Cluj Napoca and Bucuresti.
This is a repaint of one of the most known and appreciated locomotives in Romania. This locomotive was the first 060 EA type in Timisoara depot back in the 70's and is called by the railway workers and enthusiasts as "The Queen of Banat county". The large V sign on the front of the loco is part of a unique color scheme that refers to the original one form 1971.
This is a repaint of one of the most well-known locomotive from CFR. This locomotive was many times the traction for the Orient Express consist between the years 2015, 2016, 2017. It belongs to Arad depot and nowadays is pulling the Traianus consist Budapest - Bucharest North. One of its particularities is that the old numbering plate was kept on the front of the loco, despite the new UIC standard which has a different number written above.