Completely new construction of the steam locomotive BR 93 on a scale of 1:120!
The analogue version has a Next18 interface for the uncomplicated installation of a digital or sound decoder.
There is also space for a loudspeaker with a maximum membrane area for retrofitting the sound. In Prussia, rationalization was always an issue, so that in the late 1910s tried and tested design principles were used to design a new tank locomotive. Parts of the drive and running gear were taken over from the proven G8.1 with a few changes.
The new locomotives were incorporated as the T14 series. A total of 457 examples were built for the Prussian State Railways. The Reichseisenbahnen in Alsace-Lorraine then ordered 40 locomotives of this type. After the Second World War, the genus 93.0-4 was scattered across Europe. Freshly repaired, it was used again not only in divided Germany but also in Poland, Belgium and Austria.
The DB used their machines until 1960, with the Limburg depot and the routes between Lahn, Dill and Sieg being their last refuge. The DR continued to be used until 1971, where the locomotives were mainly used in and around Berlin in front of freight trains.
The model has TT short couplings!"
|Power system: ||DC|
|Digital Interface:||Next18 digital decoder socket|
|Length over buffer:||115 mm|
|Navigable minimum radius:||310 mm|
|Interior Fittings:||digital control of cabin light|
|Short Cuppling Cinematic:||Yes|
|Manufacturer price:||275,00 €|