The FVV CSM-2, nicknamed "Bengal", a Hungarian-made, one-way three-door (hatchback later) articulated tram.


In 1961 he finished first, even for type-1 CSM-FVV trams 3720's pályaszámmal. The new tram is an older, wanted to build on the foundations középbejáratú ikerkocsi, but rather because of the poor condition of the chassis again we have made them. As the vehicle "felújításként" made by a couple of days to rear of 3721 was the number.

Its color is initially quite striking burgundy-off was a few years later, however, they replaced the traditional yellow paint, and also received a permanent stop to the trams. Originally ráncajtók top and bottom of the glazing was, but later left to the lower bottle. The first vehicle did not have any stops, but the later has already been manufactured, and marketed állítottakat have been equipped with such things.

These trams difficult operating time (door to a page in a cab) was lower due to increasing demand, so in 1963 switched to a two rider FVV CSM-4 production (although it made a two-way, but one-door-FVV trams too).

Technical DetailsEdit

The middle part of the vehicle "belógatott", that is not directly based on bogie, but the two outer body keeps. This solution was chosen because of the smaller weight. The facility, however, there was a very disadvantageous, because the rigid body due to high electrical stress reported in the track. The electric 2 +2 axle, but only to the internal drive axle is, only the external brakes. Therefore, the braking system sandbox or departure (depending on felszerelésétől) can not function effectively. The two prototypes, used, received 51.8 kW engine, but has subsequently built a 58.8-hp engine is capable of only a modest acceleration of the vehicle. The vehicle has three doors: the vezetőállásnál, in the middle and the rear. The rear door háromszárnyú was a kalauzos transport during the flight is made through the back door, directly next to those placed in the kalauzülést where tickets could be replaced.


Although the electric, articulated voltából therefore very attractive and practical volt at the time of manufacture, in the sixties, a number of negative characteristics of long-term use did not seem appropriate. Mainly for these reasons it was also the region in Budapest has never been placed on vehicles. The vehicle is based on outdated design. Two középbejáratú ikerkocsi chassis was the basis, which is already 30-40 years old were in such bad condition, moreover, that the two chassis had to be subsequently re-constructed. The bigger problem was that the electricity is not bogie, so take full advantage of the extraordinary career: highly abrasion, deforms the rails, the sharper bends easily leugorhat sínről. Engine for low power, low acceleration, top speed is low, fékezhetősége and cumbersome. Since the middle part of befüggesztett and both wrists, only the first is capable of normal movement and therefore the middle is often oblique.



1961 onwards have been put decals between 1100-1137 (although the 1129 estől straight from the countryside have been). Traveled in Budapest until 1979, then withdrew them from circulation.


In 1962, has been placed in the first CSM-2-est. These pályaszámokon were placed between 100-110. The 110-year burned down shortly after installation, but renovated, removed during the renovation of flammable insulating. As a result, but the noise level has increased significantly. The last one-CSM-2-est in 1989, withdrawn from the market (although the 130's tanulókocsiként still remained in operation until 1998, this vehicle is a two-way, but one side door was). The 100 pályaszámú nosztalgiavillamosként currently in operation.


The first electricity in 1962, was placed, followed by a number, between 281-294 pályaszámokon. 281 No. 1987, electricity was burned, its chassis is currently used pőrekocsiként (303). The last one-way train in 1998, scrapped.


Szeged is also published in 1962, the first such power, decals was between 601-614. 1989 onwards, after scrapping the end only two left in them: the 609's as a local Historic tramcar, 602 (originally 613) and an association villamosbarát removing one means of Budapest. Restoration is currently underway.

Tram types in Hungary
Combino | DÜWAG TW6000 | FAV (kisföldalatti) | FVV CSM–2 | FVV CSM-4 | Ganz csuklós | Hungaroplan | KCSV5 | KCSV6 | KCSV7 | Lohner C3 | Muki | MUV | SGP E1 | Tatra KT4D | Tatra KT8D5 | Tatra T5C5 | Tatra T5C5K | Tatra T6A2 | TM | UV | UV pótkocsi