This is a model of the DEV "Spreewald" steam locomotive as it is currently looks in use on the museum railroad from Bruchhausen–Vilsen to Asendorf. The paint scheme and lettering are prototypical for Era VI. The locomotive is equipped with a powerful Bühler motor mounted in ball bearings and has traction ties. It has a built-in mfx/DCC decoder with many sound and light functions that can be controlled in digital operation as well as the built-in smoke unit. The locomotive is packaged in an exclusive wooden case with a booklet about the history of the original. Length over the buffers 33 cm / 13".
One-time series for the 100th anniversary of the original locomotive, limited to 499 pics worldwide.
The running sounds will also work in analog operation.
All Kinds of Fun! This is what a steam run with the DEV Spreewald locomotive promises. The jerking, bucking, steaming, and whistling of 100 years ago can still be experienced on the line from Bruchhausen - Vilsen to Asendorf. Thanks to the tireless volunteer work of numerous helpers, this experience remains preserved for us down to the present. It is clear that LGB is also supporting this achievement with an appropriate donation and wants to contribute largely to the 100th birthday of this locomotive by giving a check at the continued operation of the original. We extend heartfelt congratulations!