The 01 series 01 was developed from 1925 as a completely new generation of locomotives for the former Deutsche Reichsbahn. Its elegant shaping made it stand out from many locomotives built until then and marked a new era in German locomotive design. As the first standardised German locomotive, the BR 02 was created in 1925. Built for the express service, the locomotive reached a top speed of 120 km/h. All BR 02 locomotives were later converted to 01 series locomotives. Designed as the first standardised German locomotive, the 02 series remains unforgotten. LoB. BR 01:275 mm; LoB BR 02: 265 mm.
Goods-train steam engine with tender series 55 and steam snow plough model Henschel with tender of the German Railways (DB). Operating state as of 1970. Steam locomotive with DCC digital-decoder and extensive sound functions. Regulated high-power motor with skew wound and centrifugal mass in tank. 4 drive and coupled-axles driven. Traction tyres. Locomotive and tender mostly made of metal. Set up for kit 72270. Depending upon the direction of travel the three-light peak signal change and kit that can be retrofitted conventionally in operation, can be switched digitally. Lighting with maintenance-free warm-white light emitting diodes (LED). Driver compartment with interior furnishings. Firm close coupling between engine and tender. Piston-rod protective pipes and brake hoses are included. Steam snow plough with DCC digital-decoder and digitally switchable light and sound functions. Set up for the kit 7226. Working headlights and spinner as well as kit can be retrofitted conventional in operation, can be switched digitally. Digital switchover can be made between the working headlights and route signal lamps. Working headlights and route signal lamps with maintenance-free warm-white light-emitting diodes (LED). Direction of rotation of the spinner right or left respectively via specification of the direction of travel. Structure of the snow plough made of metal. Detailed replica of the spinner front-end. Moving side wings and guide vanes. Spinner driven permanently with a separate motor. Movable cover caps at the tender. Total length 45.4 cm
The TT model track system is the "little brother" of the H0 model track, a quality consistent reproduction in 1:120 scale. With the 2 mm nickel silver profile it allows combination with standard track that has been laid on many systems. A simple transition piece is used to accomplish this. Sleeper bands can be moved (except on crossovers or double cross-over points) and the rail bands are inserted rather than moulded. This means that sets of points can be modified by expanding or contracting and branch angles can be modified. This construction also enables almost all elements to be supplied in kit format, in order to provide an excellent track system to model enthusiasts with an eye on their wallet. The points tongues of the long 15º points are not affected by turning joints, true to real life, they are depicted as continuous flexible tongues. The grid unit for straight rails is 166 mm (1 length unit). Four different radii are available, in 30º and 15º parts. Flex track (664 mm) fulfils the requirements for custom track systems and can be obtained in wood and concrete sleeper reproductions. Please lay these tracks on a cork or rubber bed and add ballast yourself. Our N gauge basalt ballast is particularly well suited.
The truss bridge is manufactured from a special laser cardboard. High-quality kit with many details, such as for example riveting of steel structure Delicate laser-cut, finely structured surfaces of the wooden planks. The kit includes also 2 bridgeheads from structural foam. The bridge is suitable for all track systems H0.