Locomotive 691 COS.MO. and COS.MO Rivarossi

Locomotive 691 COS.MO. and COS.MO Rivarossi

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First version COS.MO and COS.MO / RR

First version COS.MO and COS.MO / RR

First version COS.MO and COS.MO / RR

includes locomotives manufactured and sold by COS.MO and those by COS.MO for Rivarossi, which differ only because COS.MO for Rivarossi lead on the front pew of the tender the label with the progressive number of typical RR until 1958 with some exceptions. Some bear the inscription COS.MO on sidess of the tender, others not. Features: – Drive wheels entirely metallic and isolated to the rim – Castors and wheels tender disc in steel or aluminum – Cylinders milled to allow rotation of the nose gear – Shopping rear “small” with fixing bar flat in aluminum – Socket current from one locomotive with contacts at the first and third axle – Tender with bar coupling attached to the tender and not isolated – Tender with metal carts with thick sides and not sprung, as in the photo. – Lighthouses in nickel-plated steel, unenlightened and attached using screws vertical – big rails – Bumpers set screw, big and nickel Most DC, someone in CA, also provided for operation 4 rails Biaggi system

 
Second version COS.MO / RR

Second version COS.MO /RR

Second version COS.MO /RR

Like the first version, but: – Front lighting two bulbs – Bumpers sprung RR with sheaths often red – Shopping with large rear bracket bent steel – bearing wheels and the tender RR-ray – No number on pew Planned for DC and rarely for CA

 
Third version COS.MO / RR

Third version COS.MO / RR

Third version COS.MO / RR

Like previous, but: – Lighthouses unenlightened, smaller than the first version – Bumpers RR fixed as those of the first L / 221 / R – Trolleys tender RR in zamac, sprung – Handrails average diameter known only for DC

Fourth version RR / COS.MO

Fourth version RR/COS.MO

Fourth version RR/COS.MO

Like previous, but: – Written FS 691 001 on the front pew and tender – Headlights illuminated with two bulbs – Handrails thin RR – Drive wheels in plastic – Pair with pin isolated side tender Produced in DC and CA

 
5th version RR / COS.MO

Fifth version RR/ COS.MO

Fifth version RR/ COS.MO

– Locomotive frame Rivarossi usually burnished and less massive than previous versions – contact socket also by tender with connecting cable, the cable hole on the outbreak to the interior cabin Produced in DC and AC

 
6th version RR / COS.MO

 Sixth version RR/COS.MO

Sixth version RR/COS.MO

– Coupling with the tender via pin isolated intermediate side tender – Cylinders smaller and not milled – Lighthouses unenlightened, usually burnished, other than the previous version known only in DC

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