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    Arnold Heavy steam locomotive BR 42 in camouflage livery (DCC Sound)  
        

    Arnold HN2485s

    Price: $389.95

    Scale Country Era Railway
    N Germany II DRB
    Arnold HN2485s - Heavy steam locomotive BR 42 in camouflage livery (DCC Sound)

    Product Features and Details
    N Scale Era II Next18 Includes a digital decoder Includes a sound effect 

    While many metals were in short supply in the manufacture of the prototypes in times of war and had to be saved wherever possible, we went the opposite way with our new Arnold model!

    The heavy N-gauge freight train tender locomotive is made almost entirely of high-quality die-cast metal. The motor located in the boiler is quiet, powerful and has a brass flywheel. There is space for a decoder and loudspeaker in the tender.

    Almost always and in Germany as well as in Austria, the role models could be seen in action in front of long coal trains, among other things. The new Arnold models are therefore the perfect locomotives for the HN6381, HN6382 and HN6383 car sets.

    Production of the 42 series, initially known as “KDL 3”, began in 1943. After the Second World War, around 1,000 machines were scattered all over Europe and by 1949 some of them were even reproduced.

    At the ÖBB, the last BR 42 did not go out of service until 1968, a little earlier in Germany.


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