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Art. No.: 391773

Steam locomotive type S 10.1, K.P.E.V.
Steam locomotive type S 10.1 of the K.P.E.V.. Epoch I.

Model with integrated load sensing digital decoder and with true to the original sound from factory. For AC digital operations and neutral conductor use.

In true to the original livery and lettering. Furnished driver's cab. In-plane applied windows and unobstructed view between tank and chassis true to the original. Rich detailing on the fully moveable Heusinger control. Brake shoes between the driving wheels. Metal die-cast chassis. Maintenance- free motor with flywheel.

Drive on all 4 wheels. 4 traction tyres. Dual headlights. Bow coupling. Coupler pocket according to NEM 362 standards. Close coupler motion link on each side of the locomotive for real close coupling operation.

Highlights:
- true to the original sound
- maintenance-free motor
- low wheel flanges
- low mounted running metal boards and wheel housing

Matching items: 568901, 568603, 568604, 568004

Prototype: Even as production started on the S 10, Henschel were given an order for the manufacture of a compound locomotive, which promised to deliver lower coal consumption. This locomotive, classified as the S 10.1, was not based on the S 10 and had a new design. The four-cylinder compound group was of the de Glehn type, which meant that the outside cylinders, set well to the rear, drove the second coupled axle and the inside cylinders drove the first coupled axle. The locomotives were larger and more powerful than the S 10 and, thanks to their compound groups, also more economical.

€ 384,00



     

Art. No.: 393875

Steam locomotive class 39.0-2, DB
Steam locomotive class 39.0-2 of the DB. Epoch III.a.

The model in classic DB design of the Epoch IIIb has big Witte smoke deflectors, silver boiler rings and a Prussian tender type 2'2' T 31,5.

The model is equipped with a built-in load sensing digital decoder and true to original sound functions.

5 pole motor with fly wheel. Plug-in interface according to NEM 651 standards. Drive on 4 wheels in tender. 4 traction tyres. Dual headlights on each end of the locomotive that change with the direction of travel. Close coupler pocket according to NEM 362 standards. Close coupler motion link on the end of the tender for real close coupling operations.

Have fun and compose a classic fast train with the following items: 568003, 568203, 568303, 568304 and 569103.

Prototype: The missions of the Stuttgart P10 machines on the hilly „Gäubahn“
from the Baden-Württemberg main city to Hattingen/Singen are legendary. On a constantly ascending section into the City Centre, it gains around 200m in altitude.

€ 369,00



    

Art. No.: 411703

Steam locomotive type S10.1, K.P.E.V.
Tender locomotive type S10.1 of the K.P.E.V.. Epoch I.

In true to the original livery and lettering. Furnished driver's cab. In-plane applied windows and unobstructed view between tank and chassis true to the original. Rich detailing on the fully moveable Heusinger control. Brake shoes between the driving wheels. Metal die-cast chassis. Maintenance- free motor with flywheel. Plug-in interface according to NEM 651 standards for decoder installation.
Drive on all 4 wheels. 4 traction tyres. Dual headlights on each end of the locomotive that change over with the direction of travel. Automatic PROFI coupling with decoupling function on each end of the locomotive. Coupler pocket according to NEM 362 standards. Close coupler motion link on each end of the locomotive for real close coupling operation.

Highlights:
- maintenance-free motor
- low wheel flanges
- low mounted running metal boards and wheel housing

Matching items: 568901, 568603, 568604, 568004.

Prototype: Even as production started on the S 10, Henschel were given an order for the manufacture of a compound locomotive, which promised to deliver lower coal consumption. This locomotive, classified as the S 10.1, was not based on the S 10 and had a new design. The four-cylinder compound group was of the de Glehn type, which meant that the outside cylinders, set well to the rear, drove the second coupled axle and the inside cylinders drove the first coupled axle. The locomotives were larger and more powerful than the S 10 and, thanks to their compound groups, also more economical.

€ 309,00



     

Art. No.: 411773

Steam locmotive type S 10.1, K.P.E.V.
Tender locomotive type S 10.1 of the K.P.E.V.. Epoch I.

Model with integrated load sensing digital decoder and with true to the original sound from factory.

In true to the original livery and lettering. Furnished driver's cab. In-plane applied windows and unobstructed view between tank and chassis true to the original. Rich detailing on the fully moveable Heusinger control. Brake shoes between the driving wheels. Metal die-cast chassis. Maintenance- free motor with flywheel.

Drive on all 4 wheels. 4 traction tyres. Dual headlights on each end of the locomotive that change with the direction of travel. Close couplers on the tender of the locomotive. Automatic PROFI coupling with decoupling function on each end of the locomotive. Coupler pocket according to NEM 362 standards. Close coupler motion link on each end of the locomotive for real close coupling operation.

Highlights:
- True to the original sound
- maintenance-free motor
- low wheel flanges
- low mounted running metal boards and wheel housing

Matching items: 568901, 568603, 568604, 568004.

Prototype: Even as production started on the S 10, Henschel were given an order for the manufacture of a compound locomotive, which promised to deliver lower coal consumption. This locomotive, classified as the S 10.1, was not based on the S 10 and had a new design. The four-cylinder compound group was of the de Glehn type, which meant that the outside cylinders, set well to the rear, drove the second coupled axle and the inside cylinders drove the first coupled axle. The locomotives were larger and more powerful than the S 10 and, thanks to their compound groups, also more economical.

€ 384,00



    

Art. No.: 412401

Steam locomotive class 53.3 (pr. G 4.3), DB
Steam locomotive class 53.3 (pr. G 4.3) of the Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB). Epoch III.

Beginner's model
In true to the original livery and lettering. In-plane applied windows. Unobstructed view between tank and chassis true to the original. Fully moveable delicate Heusinger control. Brake shoes between the wheels. Metal die-cast chassis. Plug-in interface according to NEM 651 standards for decoder installation. Drive on all 6 driven wheels. Dual LED headlights. Automatic PROFI coupling with decoupling function on each end of the locomotive.

The locomotives of the series 53.3 (pr. G 4.3) were used both for passenger
trains and freight trains. They reached a top speed of 60 km/h and had an
operating weight of 66 t.

€ 139,00



    

Art. No.: 413805

Steam locomotive class 39.0-2, DB
Steam locomotive class 39.0-2 of the DB. Epoch III.a.

The model in classic DB design of the Epoch IIIb has big smoke deflectors, silver boiler rings and a Prussian tender type 2'2' T 31,5.

5 pole motor with fly wheel. Plug-in interface according to NEM 651 standards. Drive on 4 wheels in tender. 4 traction tyres. Dual headlights on each end of the locomotive that change with the direction of travel. Close coupler pocket according to NEM 362 standards. Close coupler motion link on the end of the tender for real close coupling operation.

Have fun and compose a classic fast train with the following items: 568003, 568203, 568303, 568304 and 569103.

Prototype: The missions of the Stuttgart P10 machines on the hilly „Gäubahn“ from the Baden-Württemberg main city to Hattingen/Singen are legendary. On a constantly ascending section into the City Centre, it gains around 200m in altitude.

€ 294,00



     

Art. No.: 413875

Steam locomotive class 39.0-2, DB
Steam locomotive class 39.0-2 of the DB. Epoch III.a.

The model in classic DB design of the Epoch IIIb has big Witte smoke deflectors, silver boiler rings and a Prussian tender type 2'2' T 31,5.

The model is equipped with a built-in load sensing digital decoder and true to original sound functions.

5 pole motor with fly wheel. Plug-in interface according to NEM 651 standards. Drive on 4 wheels in tender. The 4 wheels have traction tyres. Dual headlights on each end of the locomotive that change with the direction of travel. Close coupler pocket according to NEM 362 standards. Close coupler motion links on the end of the tender for real close coupling operations.

Have fun and compose a classic fast train with the following new items: 568003, 568203, 568303, 568304 and 569103.

Prototype: The missions of the Stuttgart P10 machines on the hilly „Gäubahn“
from the Baden-Württemberg main city to Hattingen/Singen are legendary. On a constantly ascending section into the City Centre, it gains around 200m in altitude.

€ 369,00



    

Art. No.: 481803

Steam locomotive bavarian type D VI, K.Bay. Sts.B.
Steam locomotive bavarian type D VI of the Königlich Bayerischen Staats-Eisenbahnen. Epoch I.

Drive on two axles. Motor with flywheel. Interface according to PluX16 to adapt a digital decoder. Coupler pocket according to NEM 362 standards and close coupling motion link. Dual LED headlights that change with the direction of travel.
Replica of the „Stephenson“ control. Many separately applied parts.

Prototype: The locomotives of the type D VI were wet steam locomotives of the Bavarian State Railways. The company Maffei delivered the first 30 locomotives between 1880 and 1883. 23 locomotives were supplied by the company Krauss until 1894. The Bavarian State Railways used running metal boards and vacuum brakes of the type Hardy on their locomotives for the first time. Some of them also had transitional bridges. The arrangement of the sandboxes under the running board, between the coupling axles, was definitely unusual. The first 44 locomotives had no lateral storage tanks. Water was put in a frame water tank, coal in the driver's cab. The last nine locomotives, on the other hand, had short storage tanks on both sides of the locomotive - more precisely, in front of the driver's cab. This increased the water supply from 1.8 to 2.3 m² and the coal deposit from 0.5 to 0.8 t. In the 1920s some of the D VI were used as ship-bridge locomotives near Speyer and Maximiliansau. In 1925 the DRG again took over 26 locomotives series 98.75, of which five had side storage tanks. They were scrapped until the end of the 1920s and some of them were sold as works locomotives.
The former locomotive No. 83 "Berg" (DRG 98 7508) was last used in a turf works in Raubling, Oberbayern, and was decommissioned in 1964. In 1966, it was sold to the DGEG, where it served as a movie locomotive. Now it can be found in the DGEG-Eisenbahnmuseum Neustadt (Weinstraße).

€ 199,00



     

Art. No.: 481873

Steam locomotive bavarian type D VI, K.Bay. Sts.B.
Steam locomotive bavarian type D VI of the Königlich Bayerischen Staats-Eisenbahnen. Epoch I.

Model with integrated load-sensing digital decoder and true to the original sound from factory.

Drive on two axles. Motor with flywheel. Coupler pocket according to NEM 362 standards and close coupler motion link. Dual LED headlights that change with the direction of travel.
Replica of the „Stephenson“ control. Many separately applied parts.

Prototype: The locomotives of the type D VI were wet steam locomotives of the Bavarian State Railways. The company Maffei delivered the first 30 locomotives between 1880 and 1883. 23 locomotives were supplied by the company Krauss until 1894. For the first time the Bavarian State Railways used running metal boards and vacuum brakes of the type Hardy on their locomotives. Some of them also had transitional bridges. The arrangement of the sandboxes under the running board, between the coupling axles, was definitely unusual. The first 44 locomotives had no lateral storage tanks. Water was put in a frame water tank, coal in the driver's cab. The last nine locomotives, on the other hand, had short storage tanks on both sides of the locomotive - more precisely, in front of the driver's cab. This increased the water supply from 1.8 to 2.3 m² and the coal deposit from 0.5 to 0.8 t. In the 1920s some of the D VI were used as ship-bridge locomotives near Speyer and Maximiliansau. In 1925 the DRG still took over 26 locomotives series 98.75, of which five had side storage tanks. They were scrapped until the end of the 1920s and some of them were sold as works locomotives. The former locomotive No. 83 "Berg" (DRG 98 7508) was last used in a turf works in Raubling, Oberbayern, and was decommissioned in 1964. In 1966, it was sold to the DGEG, where it served as a movie locomotive. Now it can be found in the DGEG-Eisenbahnmuseum Neustadt (Weinstraße).

€ 274,00



    

Art. No.: 707502

Steam locomotive class 78.0-5, DRG
Steam locomotive class 78.0-5 of the Deutsche Reichsbahngesellschaft (DRG). Epoch II.

Metal die-cast chassis. Drive on three axles. Traction tyres. Automatic coupling. Dual headlights.

Model with barrel roof and brass coloured lettering of the Epoch II.

The Prussian T 18 was the last tender locomotive developed for the Prussian state railways. The locomotive was originally conceived for services on the island of Rügen as a replacement for the T 12 and the T 10. The locomotive emerged when, in 1912, a certain class of locomotive was conceived that was to handle express and passenger trains in border areas or in commuter services on short distances. The design of a tender locomotive with symmetrical chassis was envisaged because, unlike a tow-tender-locomotive, it was able to run equally fast forwards and backwards and also could be operated on return journeys without having to be turned on a turntable. Its power and top speed were to be the same as those of the P 8. Robert Garbe designed this 2'C2' tender locomotive to reach a top speed of 100 km/h with a 17-ton axle load and contracted the Vulkan Werke in Stettin to build it. It was given the designation T 18.

€ 164,00



    

Art. No.: 707503

Steam locomotive type 232 TC, SNCF
Steam locomotive type 232 TC of the French State Railways SNCF. Epoch III.

Metal die-cast chassis. Drive on three axles. 2 traction tyres. Automatic coupling. Dual headlights.

The SNCF purchased 27 locomotives type T18 from the Reichseisenbahnen in Alsace-Lorraine. The locomotives were built between 1915 and 1918 by the Vulcan works. They were stationed in Strasbourg, Haguenau, Sélestat, Colmar and Mulhouse. Due to the incredible top speed of 100 km / h, the large water reservoir and its much appreciated smooth-running characteristics, they were mainly used in fast suburban traffic. The last 232 TC quit regular services at the SNCF and was decommissioned in 1966.

€ 174,00



    

Art. No.: 707582

Steam locomotive class 78.0-5, DRG
Steam locomotive class 78.0-5 of the Deutsche Reichsbahngesellschaft (DRG). Epoch II.

The model is equipped with a DCC decoder for digital operation.

Metal die-cast chassis. Drive on three axles. Traction tyres. Automatic coupling. Dual headlights.

Model with barrel roof and brass coloured lettering of the Epoch II.

The Prussian T 18 was the last tender locomotive developed for the Prussian state railways. The locomotive was originally conceived for services on the island of Rügen as a replacement for the T 12 and the T 10. The locomotive emerged when a class of locomotive was conceived in 1912 that was to handle express and passenger trains in border areas or in commuter services on short distances. The design of a tender locomotive with symmetrical chassis was envisaged because, unlike a tow-tender-locomotive, it was able to run equally fast forwards and backwards and could be operated on return journeys without having to be turned on a turntable. Its power and top speed were to be the same as those of the P 8. Robert Garbe designed this 2'C2' tender locomotive for 100 km/h with a 17-ton axle load and contracted the Vulkan Werke in Stettin to build it. It was given the designation T 18.

€ 204,00



    

Art. No.: 707583

Steam locomotive type 232 TC, SNCF
Steam locomotive type 232 TC of the French State Railways SNCF. Epoch III.

The model is equipped with a DCC decoder for digital operation.
Light change in digital mode.

Metal die-cast chassis. Drive on three axles. Traction tyres. Automatic coupling. Dual headlights.

The SNCF purchased 27 locomotives type T18 from the Reichseisenbahnen in Alsace-Lorraine. The locomotives were built between 1915 and 1918 by the Vulcan works. They were stationed in Strasbourg, Haguenau, Sélestat, Colmar and Mulhouse. Due to the incredible top speed of 100 km / h, the large water reservoir and its much appreciated smooth-running characteristics, they were mainly used in fast suburban traffic. The last 232 TC quit regular services at the SNCF and was decommissioned in 1966.

€ 214,00



    

Art. No.: 709403

Steam locomotive series pr. T 16.1, K.P.E.V.
Steam locomotive series pr. T 16.1, K.P.E.V., epoch I.

Now with dark nickel-plated valve gear.
Drive on 10 wheels, two wheels have traction tyres. Double headlights on the front.

Approximately 1250 locomotives of this series transported freight and passenger trains on steep sections and branch lines. The locomotive was also very often used for heavy shunting services and was specialized in pushing wagons on and over humps.

€ 169,00



    

Art. No.: 709404

Steam locomotive Gruppo 897, FS
Steam locomotive Gruppo 897, FS, epoch II.

Now with dark nickel-plated valve gear.
Drive on 10 wheels, two wheels have traction tyres. Double headlights on the front.

After the Treaty of Versailles, two locomotives of the type T 16.1 were
delivered to the Italian State Railways FS.

€ 169,00



    

Art. No.: 709483

Steam locomotive series pr. T 16.1, K.P.E.V.
Steam locomotive series pr. T 16.1, K.P.E.V., epoch I.

The model is equipped with a DCC decoder for digital operation.

Now with dark nickel-plated valve gear.
Drive on 10 wheels, two wheels have traction tyres. Double headlights on the front.

Approximately 1250 locomotives of this series transported freight and passenger trains on steep sections and branch lines. The locomotive was also very often used for heavy shunting services and was specialized in pushing wagons on and over humps.

€ 209,00



    

Art. No.: 709484

Steam locomotive Gruppo 897, FS
Steam locomotive Gruppo 897, FS, epoch II.

The model is equipped with a DCC decoder for digital operation.

Now with dark nickel-plated valve gear.
Drive on 10 wheels, two wheels have traction tyres. Double headlights on the front.

After the Treaty of Versailles, two locomotives of the type T 16.1 were
delivered to the Italian State Railways FS.

€ 209,00



    

Art. No.: 712304

Steam locomotive series 023, DB
Steam locomotive series 023, DB. Epoch IV.

Drive on 4 wheels in tender. Two wheels have traction tyres. Triple headlights on both sides, on the tender changing with the direction of travel.

The 023 series was a true all-round genius. The locomotive hauled commuter trains, fast and express trains. Sometimes you could see them operating even for freight train services.

€ 199,00



    

Art. No.: 712384

Steam locomotive series 023, DB
Steam locomotive series 023, DB. Epoch IV.

The digital model is equipped with a built-in load sensing decoder.

Drive on 4 wheels in tender. Two wheels have traction tyres. Triple headlights on both sides, on the tender changing with the direction of travel.

The 023 series was a true all-round genius. The locomotive hauled commuter trains, fast and express trains. Sometimes you could see them operating even for freight train services.

€ 239,00



    

Art. No.: 713901

Steam locomotive series 39.0-2, DB
Steam locomotive series 39.0-2 of the Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB). Epoch IIIa.

The model in classic DB design of the Epoch IIIb has big Witte smoke deflectors, silver boiler rings and a Prussian tender type 2'2' T 31,5.

Furnished driver's cab. Motor with fly wheel. Drive on 8 wheels in tender. Two wheels have traction tyres. Dual headlights on each end of the locomotive that change with the direction of travel. Automatic coupling on each end of the locomotive.

If you want to compose a typical Bundesbahn fast train of the early epoch III, simply use former prussian fast train coaches.

Legendary are the missions of the locomotive P10 from Stuttgart which operated on the steep lines of the „Gäubahn” – from the state capital of Baden-Württemenberg to the cities of Hattingen/Singen. On a constantly ascending section into the City Centre, it gains around 200m in altitude until it finally arrived in Stuttgart-Vaihingen.

€ 209,00



    

Art. No.: 713981

Steam locomotive series 39.0-2, DB
Steam locomotive series 39.0-2 of the Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB). Epoch IIIa.

The model in classic DB design of the Epoch IIIb has big Witte smoke deflectors, silver boiler rings and a Prussian tender type 2'2' T 31,5.

The digital model is equipped with a built-in load sensing decoder.

Furnished driver's cab. Motor with fly wheel. Drive on 8 wheels in tender. Two wheels have traction tyres. Dual headlights on each end of the locomotive that change with the direction of travel. Automatic coupling on each end of the locomotive.

If you want to compose a typical Bundesbahn fast train of the early epoch III, simply use former prussian fast train coaches.

€ 249,00