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Prototype: Train set consisting of a class S 3/6 express steam locomotive, the "High Stepper", three type CCü express train passenger cars, 3rd class, one type ABBü express train passenger car, 1st/2nd class, and one type PPü express train baggage. Train route Stuttgart - Ulm - Augsburg - Munich. Royal Bavarian State Railroad (K.Bay.Sts.B.). Locomotive road number 3629. The locomotive looks as it did around 1912. Passenger cars in a fictitious paint scheme of bottle green / ivory. Era I

Bavarian Express Train Set

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Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) class 50 steam freight locomotive, with a type 2´2´T26 standard design box-style coal tender as it originally looked. Witte smoke deflectors, 4 boiler domes, standard design cab, shortened running boards, DB Reflex glass lamps, and inductive magnets on both sides included. Locomotive road number 50 2640. The locomotive looks as it did around 1967.

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Powerful Pressure in the Boiler The Berlin Machinery Builders, Inc. Schwartzkopff delivered the first class 41 fast freight locomotives in 1936. These units turned out to be general-purpose locomotives for medium heavy trains. Between 1936 and 1941, 366 locomotives of this class were built, most of which were acquired after World War II by the German Federal Railroad and the German State Railroad (East Germany).

Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) class 041 steam freight locomotive with a tender and coal firing. Rebuilt design version with new design high-performance boiler, type 2´2´T34 coal tender, Witte smoke deflectors, DB Reflex glass lamps, inductive magnet on one side, and buffer plate warning stripes. Road number 041 282-5. The locomotive looks as it did around 1969/70. Era IV

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Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) class 078 (former Prussian class T18) steam tank locomotive. Version with three boiler domes (D-D-S), and a rectangular sand dome. Riveted water tanks, cab roof with a rectangular top part, triple headlights with DB Reflex glass lamps. Road number 078 256-5. Based in Aalen. The locomotive looks as it did around 1969.

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Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) class 78 (former Prussian class T18) steam tank locomotive. Version with three boiler domes (D-D-S), and a rectangular sand dome. Riveted water tanks, cab roof with a rectangular top part, triple headlights with DB Reflex glass lamps. Road number 78 507. Based in Essen. The locomotive looks as it did around 1965.

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Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) class 043 heavy freight locomotive, with a type 2´2´T34 standard design oil tender. Black/red basic paint scheme. Cab with two side windows, with standard version Witte smoke deflectors, pilot truck wheelset with spoked wheels, without smokebox door central locking, with inductive magnets on both sides. Road number 043 087-6. The locomotive looks as it did around 1971. EraIV

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By the end of DB steam locomotive operation, road number 44 1315 (starting in 1968: 043 315), an oil-fired freight locomotive carried on its service without hesitation, finally at Emden pulling mostly heavy ore trains in the Emsland area. Even on October 26, 1977 – the last day of DB steam locomotive operation – it showed one more time what it could do. Towards two in the afternoon, it was pulling one of those famous 4,000 metric ton ore trains under the gaze of a large number of photographers from the ore station to the Emden freight yard. On September 12, 2018, it moved back up to a star position, when it moved in as a tremendous spectacle and to the applause of numerous onlookers as a new landmark of the Märklineum in Göppingen.

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Prototype: French East Railroad (EST) class 13 (241-A) heavy express train steam locomotive with a tender. Black basic paint scheme with a black frame. Version as a locomotive for the "L'Edelweiss" express train passenger car set. Changes to the smoke deflectors specific to the type. Dual headlights with kerosene lamps, with one lamp above and one lamp below. Road number EST 241 004. The locomotive looks as it did around 1931. Era II

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The Belgian king with mighty power

Undoubtedly, the mighty class 1 Pacific locomotives formed the high point of Belgian steam locomotive building. Between 1935 and 1938, 35 units were built as road numbers 1.001-1.035. Their very successful external shape clearly characterized their mighty power. They were used mostly pulling heavy express trains on the route Oostende – Brussels – Liège – Aachen and on the route from Brussels via Arlon to Luxembourg City with an average speed of 80 or even 100 km/h / 50 or even 63 mph. With a performance of 3,400 horsepower, an axle load of 22 metric tons, and a maximum speed of 120 km/h / 75 mph, they occupied a position of honor in international comparisons.

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Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) class 52 heavy freight locomotive, with a type 2´2´T30 tub-style tender. Black/red basic paint scheme. Witte smoke deflectors with a kinked upper edge. The pilot truck wheelset includes solid wheels. Locomotive road number 52 1530. The locomotive looks as it did around 1951/52.