NMJ Topline+ model of NSB Bo3c, type 2, No. 645.

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NMJ Topline+ model of NSB 2nd Cl. “Tourist coach” type Bo3c type 2, No. 645.

. NMJ Topline+ model of NSB Bo3c, later B22, No. 645 tourist coach with rounded with Fletner ventilators. The models exactly in scale 1:87 HO with all details on the body, interior, roof and under carriage. Interior lightings are fitted and the models are painted in very realistic NMJ wooden structure.


Co3c type 2, from 1956 Bo3c and from 1970 B22 was built by Skabo in 1928 in a series with velvet roofs. This was the continuation of Co3c type 1 which had the lantern roof. Co3c type 1 were built in 3 series from 1912 to 1924, mostly by Strømmen and 5 by Skandia in Denmark. Totally built Bo3c type 1 and 2 was 52.

These open coaches with bigger windows gave a good view to the beautiful scenery of Norway. The seating was the more spacious 2+2 and it made these coaches were popular among the travellers.

The Co3c/Bo3c were at first put into the main lines to Bergen, Trondhjem and Stavanger. After the arrival of steel type B2/B9 and B3, the Bo3c/B22 was moved to the Røros-, Vestold-, Østfoldline and supplementary trains in the summer seasons and further on the comuter service.

After the introduction the B7 series coaches from 1983-1985 the last of these coaches was taken out of service in 1983 after for many of them amazing 70 years of service.

The name "Tourist coach" was a synonym for open coaches with bigger windows and was continued with the B2/B9 from early 1950ties and with the well know B3 type from 1962.

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Scale H0 / 1:87
Railway Company NSB
Track Gauge H0 / 16mm
Art. No. NMJT153.201
Manufacturer NMJ