Austria: Amz 19-70.1

UIC / EVN numbering: 61 81 19-70

Railway companies: ÖBB - Austrian Federal Railways

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1982

15x Amz 19-70.1 units have been delivered in 1982 and are mainly used for long-distance service in Europe.

The technical characteristics:
- 9 fully air conditioned 1st class 6-seater compartments;
- top speed: 160 km/h;
- length over buffers: 26400 mm;
- height: 4050 mm;
- width: 2825 mm;
- weight: 44 t.

Sources: http://eisenbahn.gerhard-obermayr.com/oebb/die-oebb-fahrzeuge/reisezugwagen/amz-19-70/

1984

One first batch of 3x coaches is upgraded for 200 km/h top speed and the modernised coaches receive new registration Amz 19-91.1 .

Sources: https://www.vagonweb.cz/popisy/popisy.php?k=OeBB_1&z=a&p=z&lang=de

1987

Another batch of 8x coaches is upgraded for 200 km/h top speed and the modernised coaches receive new registration Amz 19-90 000 to 007 .

Sources: https://www.vagonweb.cz/popisy/popisy.php?k=OeBB_1&z=a&p=z&lang=de

1997

July 7th

Coach 112 was scraped after it was involved in the accident of EC "Sobieski" at Suchdolu nad Odrou on July 7th, 1997.

Concerns registration number(s): 61 81 19-70 112-5

Sources: https://www.vagonweb.cz/popisy/popisy.php?k=OeBB_1&z=a&p=z&lang=de

2005

The first 2 units of the series are converted to ASmz 89-90.1 between 2005 and 2006 to include 4x 4-seater compartments and an open conference space with 24 seats.

Concerns registration number(s): 61 81 19-70 100-0, 61 81 19-70 101-8

Sources: https://www.vagonweb.cz/popisy/popisy.php?k=OeBB_1&z=a&p=z&lang=de

2007

All remaining units are converted to Bbmvz 28-91.1 between 2007 and 2010.

Sources: https://www.vagonweb.cz/popisy/popisy.php?k=OeBB_1&z=a&p=z&lang=de

Latest update on the 11th of August 2019 at 15:20

Contributor(s): Tudor C.

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