Fast facts - Length 14.025m, Tare 16.6-tonnes, Capacity 46.4-tonnes, and permitted to run at 100km/h.
Wagons are semi-permanently coupled in master/slave pairs and have been fitted with ECP brakes. Wired Distributed Power may also be possible.
Some video of the harvest coming offNot a harvest as such, as per the text they are cutting the barley for silage. No train required.
There's three air hoses between the master and slave pairs and a power cable. No easily apparent labeling for ECP only.Thanks Sulla1, those hoses will be BP, main reservoir and brake cylinder supply hose needed on solid drawgear pairs, requiring only 1 brake control valve instead of one per wagon. The MR is to supply the lids and doors with air as well as a BP overlay for quicker recharge of BP, not required when running ECP as the brake pipe supplies a constant charge of air for faster application.