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Treinshop Olaerts

Treinshop Olaerts

Treinshop Olaerts

Treinshop Olaerts

Welcome to the website of Treinshop Olaerts.

Since 1988 the specialty shop for model railways and accessories.

Are you a beginner and want to start with this beautiful hobby?
Are you still looking for the last article to complete your model train?
You will find it here!

Certainly worth a visit!

 

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Nieuwstraat 192
B-3590 Diepenbeek

 

Novelties 2024

Märklin 47164
Type Rils Sliding Tarp Car

Treinshop Olaerts

Prototype: Set consisting of two Belgian State Railways (SNCB), B Cargo business area, type Rils 4-axle sliding tarp cars. European standard design with a length of 19.90 meters / 65 feet 3-7/16 inches. The car looks as it did starting in 2010.

Model: The underbody is specific to the car type. There are many separately applied details. The car has rectangular buffers and a handwheel for setting the brakes. The trucks are type Y25. There is a metal insert for good running characteristics. A closed tarp is modelled on the car. Both cars are individually packaged. There is a master package. Length over the buffers 22.9 cm / 9".
DC wheelset E700580.

An electric locomotive to go with this car set can be found in the Märklin H0 assortment under item number 38803.

Our price; € 85,00

 

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Roco 70043/70044/78044
Steam locomotive 26.084, SNCB

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Drive on two axles of the tender and via cardan shaft on all five locomotive driving axles.

For the first time with PluX16 interface
Witte smoke deflectors and tub-style tender
With finely-spoked wheels made from metal
Driving and coupling rods made from fine cast metal
Retrofittable smoke generator
Z21 driver’s cab available

The class 52 locomotives of the railway company of the German Democratic Republic (Deutsche Reichsbahn) remaining in Belgium after the war were redesignated the class 26. These were the locomotives which were built in 1945 by Belgian locomotive factories and which were delivered shortly after the end of the war. The class 26 comprised the locomotives 26.001 to 26.100.

Our price
70043 - DC - € 342,50
70044 - DCC Sound - € 459,50
78044 - AC Sound - € 459,50

 

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Roco 6600061
Telescopic hood wagon, SNCB

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Telescopic hood wagon, type Shimmns of the Belgian State Railways.

Our price - € 32,90

 

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PIKO 24531
Fishing wagon NMBS

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NMBS fishing wagon from Era III with white paint and prototypical lettering. The car model impresses with its excellent rolling properties.

Our price - € 23,50

 

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PIKO 24532
Banana car NMBS

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NMBS banana car with the inscription "INTERFRIGO" in era III. The model has three-dimensional engravings, attached parts and convinces with its excellent rolling properties.

Our price - € 23,50

 

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PIKO 24534
Silo wagon NMBS

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Cement silo wagon from NMBS in era V. The wagon model has numerous details, sharp printing and convinces with its excellent rolling properties.

Our price - € 33,00

 

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PIKO 24621
Sliding tarpaulin wagon NMBS

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Pressure variant version of the NMBS Cargo sliding tarpaulin wagon with blue tarpaulin in era VI. The model impresses with its realistic representation of the tarpaulins, sharply contoured printing and excellent rolling properties.

Our price - € 36,50

 

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PIKO 27716
Molasses wagon Malterie du Chateau NMBS

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NMBS molasses wagon from era III with the Malterie du Chateau logo. The model has three-dimensional engravings, attached parts and convinces with its excellent rolling properties.

Our price - € 19,90

 

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PIKO 53185
Compartment car 3rd class NMBS

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Compartment car 3rd class of the NMBS in Era III. The car's crystal-clear windows offer a view of the interior. In addition to the external impression with numerous individually mounted parts, the model convinces with its excellent rolling properties.

Our price - € 52,50

 

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PIKO 53186
Compartment car 2rd class NMBS

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Compartment car 2rd class of the NMBS in Era III. The car's crystal-clear windows offer a view of the interior. In addition to the external impression with numerous individually mounted parts, the model convinces with its excellent rolling properties.

Our price - € 52,50

 

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PIKO 53187
Compartment car 2rd / 3rd class NMBS

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Compartment car 2rd / 3rd class of the NMBS in Era III. The car's crystal-clear windows offer a view of the interior. In addition to the external impression with numerous individually mounted parts, the model convinces with its excellent rolling properties.

Our price - € 52,50

 

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PIKO 53188
Luggage car NMBS

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NMBS baggage wagon in era III. The model convinces with its harmonious paint and printing and excellent rolling properties.

Our price - € 52,50

 

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PIKO 54305
Open freight wagon type I NMBS

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Two-axle open freight wagon type I of the NMBS in Era III. The model impresses with its three-dimensional engravings, harmonious proportions and excellent rolling properties.

Our price - € 17,00

 

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PIKO 54679
Bulk truck Falns NMBS

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NMBS Falns bulk freight wagon in era VI. In the wagon model, the unloading valves can be operated with the unloading platform (item no. 61122).

Our price - € 45,00

 

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PIKO 54688
NMBS tank wagon

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Two-axle tank wagon of the NMBS with BP logo and brakeman's cab. The model convinces with its robust construction, detailed design and excellent rolling properties.

Our price - € 19,90

 

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PIKO 58493
Eanos high side carriage NMBS

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Pressure variant of the high side car type Eanos of the NMBS from era V. Just like the model, the Eaos is also a frequently used vehicle in the model and should be present several times on every model railway. Thanks to extremely vivid engravings and a perfect paint finish including harmonious print, the PIKO model looks absolutely authentic. Particularly eye-catching are the extremely finely crafted bogies, the construction of which also guarantees a perfect track position. The decor guide provides a model-oriented image in the train information.

Our price - € 36,00

 

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PIKO 59165 en 59166
Diesellok G 1206 Alpha Trains VI

Treinshop Olaerts

The PIKO G 1206 in the attractive design from Alpha Trains in Era VI. The bogies, fan grille and roof section of the G 1206 model have been accurately reproduced. Fine engravings such as handrails, railings and front grille make the model particularly attractive. Drive is provided by a powerful motor via cardan shafts to the gears, which drive all four wheel sets. The model has lighting that changes in the direction of travel and is prepared for the uncomplicated retrofitting of sound and a suitable decoder.

Our price
59165 - DC - € 139,00
59166 - AC Dig € 185,00

 

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Brawa 50071
Open Freight Car 11 SNCB

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Road no.: 2289004

MODEL DETAILS
Lots of design differences
Variants with handbrake
Lots of extra details
Wheels profiled on both sides
Car floor of metal
Different versions of the brake systems
Three-point bearing for safe operation
Achshalter aus Metall
Side doors with inside contours


INFO ABOUT THE ORIGINAL
To promote the renewal of rolling stock and the standardisation of goods wagons among European state railways, the UIC (Union Internationale de Chemins de Fer) designed two variants of an open goods wagon at the beginning of the 1950s: the UIC Type I and UIC Type II. The UIC Type II closely adhered to the dimensions of 10.0 metres in length with a 5.4-metre wheelbase, drawing strong inspiration from pre-war German designs. The entire frame and wagon body were constructed using welded techniques. Upon completing the detailed design, the Federal Railway began upgrading its O-rolling stock at the Kaiserslautern workshop, using the UIC Type II as a basis. From 1954, 10,589 wagons of the Omm 54 types were produced in Kaiserslautern in just two years. Although officially considered conversions based on usable parts from older wagons, these wagons were largely built from new materials. An exception was the brake components, for which Kkg brakes from donor wagons were utilised. In the subsequent construction batches – designated as Omm 55 – these brakes were also dispensed with and new KE brakes were installed, resulting in the procurement of over 17,300 units from 1955 onwards. Through numerous detailed improvements during production as well as later design changes, the vehicles were maintained throughout their lifecycle and were not completely retired until 1994. In addition to the Federal Railway, other state railways also procured wagons based on the UIC Type II specifications for their fleets. These were deployed by the DR Ost (East German Deutsche Reichsbahn), SNCF, SNCB, FS, MAV, ÖBB (Austrian Federal Railways), SBB, CSD, DSB and others, each featuring country-specific details or components.

Our price - € 47,50

 

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Brawa 50072
Open Freight Car .E SNCB

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Road no.: 01 88 501 8 610-2

MODEL DETAILS
Lots of design differences
Variants with handbrake
Lots of extra details
Wheels profiled on both sides
Car floor of metal
Different versions of the brake systems
Three-point bearing for safe operation
Achshalter aus Metall
Side doors with inside contours


INFO ABOUT THE ORIGINAL
To promote the renewal of rolling stock and the standardisation of goods wagons among European state railways, the UIC (Union Internationale de Chemins de Fer) designed two variants of an open goods wagon at the beginning of the 1950s: the UIC Type I and UIC Type II. The UIC Type II closely adhered to the dimensions of 10.0 metres in length with a 5.4-metre wheelbase, drawing strong inspiration from pre-war German designs. The entire frame and wagon body were constructed using welded techniques. Upon completing the detailed design, the Federal Railway began upgrading its O-rolling stock at the Kaiserslautern workshop, using the UIC Type II as a basis. From 1954, 10,589 wagons of the Omm 54 types were produced in Kaiserslautern in just two years. Although officially considered conversions based on usable parts from older wagons, these wagons were largely built from new materials. An exception was the brake components, for which Kkg brakes from donor wagons were utilised. In the subsequent construction batches – designated as Omm 55 – these brakes were also dispensed with and new KE brakes were installed, resulting in the procurement of over 17,300 units from 1955 onwards. Through numerous detailed improvements during production as well as later design changes, the vehicles were maintained throughout their lifecycle and were not completely retired until 1994. In addition to the Federal Railway, other state railways also procured wagons based on the UIC Type II specifications for their fleets. These were deployed by the DR Ost (East German Deutsche Reichsbahn), SNCF, SNCB, FS, MAV, ÖBB (Austrian Federal Railways), SBB, CSD, DSB and others, each featuring country-specific details or components.

Our price - € 47,50

 

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Brawa 50731
Covered Freight Car Gmhs SNCB

Treinshop Olaerts

Road no.: 4416920

MODEL DETAILS
Metal axle bearing
Different design of the car bodies
True to original frame construction
Individually mounted axle box cover
Brake blocks in wheel plane
Individually mounted handrails, steps and brake systems
Individually mounted axle brake rod
Perforated car body supports


INFO ABOUT THE ORIGINAL
The East-German National Railway (Deutsche Reichsbahn) was constantlystriving to expand and upgrade its vehicle fleet. The Gm(h)s Bremen can thus be seen as the successor to the Gms Oppeln design. Representing the state of the art, the Gm(h)s Bremen wagons were manufactured from 1943 onwards in a welded design and had an extremely long wheelbase of seven metres to ensure the required smooth running. In addition, 260 mm-high solebars were used for the first time, which were lighter and reduced costs by around 25% compared to the predecessor design, the Gms Oppeln. The exact number of wagons delivered by the end of the war is unknown. Based on the existing inventories, however, it can be assumed that at least 7,230 units were acquired by various state railways. In 1949, with growing transport volumes creating an urgent need to replace the large numbers of goods wagons lost during the war, the head office of the Reichsbahn in the British/US zone placed new orders that prompted the resumption of production of the Gm(h)s 35. In terms of the design, there were only minor changes compared to the original version. Without doubt, the most striking of these were the new vertical strut on the loading door and the omission of the front diagonals. The Deutsche Bundesbahn’s (DB) inventory was thus expanded by an additional 5,925 Gm(h)s wagons by the end of 1950. In the Soviet zone, the Deutsche Reichsbahn resumed production at the end of 1945 and classified these wagons as Gmhs 11. The Reichsbahn accumulated a total stock of about 800 wagons of this type, of which a large number were modernised at the Reichsbahn repair shed Magdeburg from 1967 onwards. The upgrades included UIC sliding loading doors and ventilation hatches as well as cladding on the upper third of the side panels. The wagons were also fitted with metal roofs and converted to wheel sets with roller bearings.

Our price - € 47,50

 

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Brawa 50995
Covered Freight Car "SPA Monopole" SNCB

Treinshop Olaerts

Road no.: 3315208

MODEL DETAILS
True to original frame construction
Precise replica of board joints
Metal wheels and axles
Multi-part brake system
Individually mounted signal holder
Brake blocks in wheel plane
Perforated car body supports
Precise paintwork and printing
Individually mounted axle box cover


INFO ABOUT THE ORIGINAL
Tariff conditions on the one hand and technical conditions on the other resulted in all State railway administrations developing box cars with almost identical dimensions and payloads. These cars had a 4.5 m wheelbase, a length over buffers of 9.3 m for unbraked cars, a payload of 15 t, later 17 t and a floor area of approx. 21 square metres. This type of freight construction became the most important and most built box car; it originally had the type identifier Gm. The most common of these State railway cars, which numbered 47,533, were built according to the Prussian style sheet IId8. After the founding of the Deutscher Staatsbahn Wagen Verband (German state railway car federation) DWV in 1909, the federation car construction type A2 was developed from this. From 1911 a phenomenal total of 121,770 units were built, making it the most heavily produced box car. It dominated the image of the German goods trains until the early days of the third era. These cars were scattered all over Europe by two world wars, there were no European railway administrations where this type of car was not used at least temporarily.

Our price - € 43,50

 

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Brawa 51016
Covering Hood Car Shis Type 3614B0 SNCB

Treinshop Olaerts

Road no.: 31 81 466 8 170-1

MODEL DETAILS
Sliding hoods not movable
Lots of design differences
Variants with parking and handbrake
Lots of extra details
Three-point bearing for safe operation
Different bogies of several types
Variant-appropriate arrangement of the address boards


INFO ABOUT THE ORIGINAL
Due to the rolling process during their production, sheet steel coils are susceptible to moisture. In the 1970s, seeking to protect such coils from corrosion during transport to processing industries, the rail vehicle industry developed a special type of flatcar with three nested sliding hoods – the Shis 708, which was also known as the Shimmns 708 from 1987 onwards. To allow easy loading of the coils, the hoods can be opened as required, exposing the five loading troughs embedded in the vehicle frame. The Federal Railway placed orders for over 2,500 units of Shis/Shimmns 708 in two major batches. The actual number of vehicles of this design is significantly higher due to additional orders from other state railways and leasing companies. As the hoods became increasingly maintenance-intensive with age, DB AG replaced them with sliding tarpaulins on 1,000 carriages and reclassified these vehicles as the Shimmns-ttu 772 from 2002 onwards. However, private operators continue to utilise some vehicles in their original condition.

Our price - € 52,00

 

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Fleischmann 825739
Swivel stake wagon, SNCB

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Swivel stake wagon type Ks of the Belgian State Railways.

Our price - € 32,80

 

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Jouef HJ4190 SNCB, 2-unit pack,
car transporter DD DEV 66, blue livery

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Our price - € 109,00

 

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Jouef HJ4173 SNCB, restaurant coach WR (ex CIWL),
UIC rubber vestibules, orange “C1” livery

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Our price - € 67,50

 

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