Diesel railcar 810 365 with trailer 011 869 of the Slovakian State Railway.
■ Design in red/cream with red framing
■ Separately attached windscreen wipers
■ With plug-in parts enclosed for representation of the closed front apron
■ Diverse lighting functions in the railcar/trailer and switchable interior lighting with DIP switch
In order to replace the M 131.1 series railcars, which were no longer up to date, the Czechoslovak State Railways purchased new twin-axle diesel railcars with the series designation M 152.0. Delivered in series from 1975 onwards, these vehicles were powered by a 155 kW six-cylinder in-line engine and reached a top speed of 80 km/h. 56 seats were available in the passenger compartment.
After January 1st 1993, when Czechoslovakia was divided into the successor states of the Czech Republic and Slovakia, the vehicles were divided between the newly founded CD and ŽSR state railways. In December 2004, the vehicles in Slovakia became part of the fleet belonging to the successor company ZSSK.