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Steam locomotive "MOUNTAIN" (D bay. VI) K.Bay.Sts.B in epoch III
I. attractive painting of the era version with pneumatic brake. PluX16 interface with a built-in digital decoder and sound functions. Model mostly from die-cast zinc. Motor with flywheel, 2 axles powered. Traction tires. LED dual headlights lighting, with direction of travel. NEM coupler pockets with close coupler guide 362. example: (. former bay D VI and BR 98.75 of the DRG) When the model is the steam locomotive "MOUNTAIN" in era III, the attractive-I-era painting. The locomotive was built in 1883 by the company Krauss for the Bavarian branch line. After World War II, the machine was taken as 98.7508 of the DRG and the Torfwerk Raubling taken (near Rosenheim) 1927, where she was active in service until 1965. In the 1950s, the kettle was black, the cab is green and the Chassis painted red. In this painting, the machine was also often be found on DB tracks. Of particular note is its use in 1964 in the film version of "Aunt Frieda - Lausbubengeschichten" by Ludwig Thoma - an era I-subject in Era III. According to the secondment, the "MOUNTAIN" adopted by the DGEG as a museum locomotive. There, the steam locomotive underwent active under standing its 100th Birthday until they had to be shut down shortly thereafter due to boiler damage. The model in green-black-red color dress can be admired in DGEG Museum in Neustadt on the Wine Road today.
||NEM 362 shaft with KK-kinematics|
|Number of driven axles
|Illumination with LED
||Electrical interface for locomotives PluX16|
|Length over buffers