description: Steam locomotive 85 009 railway company DB era 3
description/content: Finely detailed model with many separately applied plug-in parts Operating condition around 1959 with DB emblem Digital versions include dynamic steam and faithfully reproduced sound Number plates with pointed numbers Fine metal wheel sets
information about prototype: There were only 10 locomotives of the approximately 133-tons heavy tender locomotives built and operated on the lines of the so-called “Höllentalbahn”. The locomotives of the class 85 were the heaviest steam locomotives that were ever used in Germany. Because of their superior tractive force, the bullish looking tender locomotives proved to be very successful when operating on steep mountain inclines. Since the locomotives had a superior performance, the toothed racks became totally unnecessary and were removed as early as 1933. The locomotives were also much appreciated by the staff of the locomotives and enjoyed great popularity as they reduced the travel times of passenger trains by more than 1/3 of the original travel time.
electric system: AC interface: Plux22
upgrated with decoder: yes function sound: ROCO Sound capacitor: yes
function light: yes light: LED light change: yes
additional light functions: Driverscab
prepared for smoke generator: Dynamic steam steam generator Seuthe article number: ---
Lenghs over buffers: 187 minimum radius: R2
number of driven axles: 5 traction tires: 1 flywheel: yes
close coupling mechanism: yes
scale: 1:87 gauge H0
EAN number: 9005033782733
age rating: 14+ years
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