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LGB 21701 German Railroad 0-6-2 Steam Engine w/Lights and Smoke
LGB 21701 German Railroad 0-6-2 Steam Engine w/Lights and Smoke
Item: 21701
Price: $475.00
plus shipping
Inventory: 1 available
LGB 21701 German Railroad 0-6-2 Steam Engine w/Lights and Smoke

The Prototype:

In 1899, the locomotive maker Krauss of Linz, Austria delivered one of its famous U series steam locomotives, No. 4182, to the Friedlander Regional Railway (FBB), which was then located in the Austrian-German border area. It operated as FBB 1 Ehrlich. In 1918, the locomotive became CSD U 37007 of the Czechoslovakian National Railway. Around 1939, the locomotive became the Deutsche Reichsbahn's No. 99791 and was deployed on the HetzdorfGrosswaltersdorf narrow gauge line. The loco was damaged during an air raid, and in 1945, it was taken in 1945 to the DR repair shop in Chemnitz. From there it was used by the Prignitz regional narrow gauge railway. After expropriation of the private railways in East Germany, it was renamed to DR 994712, and finally, it was taken out of service on November 15, 1965. That ended the memorable history of this famous Austrian locomotive in Germany.

  • Smoke generator
  • Automatic directional lighting
  • Twin front and rear lanterns
  • Lighted cab
  • Electronic voltage stabilization circuit
  • Three-way control switch in cab
  • Rear lighting socket
  • Traction tyre
  • Furnished cab with instrument panel and engineer
  • Prototypical livery and lettering
  • Detailed, operating driving gear with four powered wheels
  • Opening fire box door with detailed boiler pipes
  • Metal plated lantern rings, bell, whistle and driving rods
  • Drive unit with seven-pole BOhler motor sheltered from dust and dirt.
  • Illumination: At the front are two working lanterns. These lanterns automatically turn off when the locomotive is run in reverse. Now two rear lanterns are illuminated.

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