Damplok class 050 of the Deutsche Bundesbahn.
? Model with a tightly soldered decoder built-in from factory
? Version with Witte smoke deflectors
? Finely-detailed wheels with perforated spokes
? With an authentic clear view between the boiler and the chassis
? Replicas of of all fittings, also in the driver’s cab
? Box tender type 2?2?T26
In the beginning, the Damplok was intended to replace the Prussian G 10 in the freight traffic, but by the end of the age of the Damploks, class 50 soon became a mixed-traffic locomotive. From 1939 to 1943, 3,164 locomotives were produced in twenty-one different locomotive factories. After 1945 there remained over 2,000 locomotives at the German Deutsche Bundesbahn and had to undergo major conversions, also creating various variant models. The locomotives reached a maximum speed of 80 km/h, had a power output of approx. 1,200 kW and an axle load of 15 t.