Steam locomotive 95 1027 of the Deutsche Reichsbahn.
■ Model of the DB Museum locomotive
■ Coal-fired version for the first time
■ Finely detailed model with many separately attached plug-in parts
■ Free-standing boiler lines
■ Filigree checker plates
■ Wheels with fine spokes
■ With dynamic steam and prototypical sound functions
■ With driver's cab and engine lighting
■ With enclosed set of etched labels
The "mountain queen" with the number 95 027 was manufactured in 1923 by Hannoversche Maschinenbau AG (HANOMAG). With 1,620 hp, the class 95 steam locomotives were the most powerful tank locomotives ever procured by the Deutsche Reichsbahn-Gesellschaft.
Road number 95 027 did its hard work until 1982 at various depots on Germany's steepest mountain routes. From 1950 to 1969 it was stationed in Blankenburg and drove up to the Harz mountains on the Rübelandbahn. In 1971 it was converted to oil main firing. In 1982 it was converted back to coal firing and included in the stock of traditional DR locomotives.
From 1994 to 2008 the locomotive with boiler damage stood in the museum in Arnstadt. Since 2010, after a thorough renovation in the Meiningen steam locomotive works, it has been steaming again with tourist trains on its steep main route in the Harz Mountains.
|Power system: ||AC|
|Digital Interface:||PluX22 digital decoder socket|
|Anzahl angetriebene Achsen||5|
|Anzahl angetriebene Achsen||1|
|Coupler:||Shaft NEM 362 with KK kinematics|
|Navigable minimum radius:||R2 mm|
|Length over buffer:||174 mm|
|Beleuchtung mit LED||Yes|
|Interior Fittings:||digital control of cabin light|
|Interior Fittings:||Digitally switchable engine lighting|
|Headlights:||Three front headlights, changing with travel direction|
|Delivery Date:||Q3 / 2022|
|Manufacturer price:||592,90 €|