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Era designation I
P.St.E.V.

Steam Locomotive G10 P.St.E.V.

Road no.: 5531 Erfurt

Item no. 40860
Direct current Analogue BASIC+
Prepared for locomotive sound
20
Locomotive is prepared for the installation of a smoke generator
Available
Item no. 40861
Alternating current Digital BASIC+
Prepared for locomotive sound
20
Locomotive is prepared for the installation of a smoke generator
Decoder Doehler & Haass
Available
Item no. 40862
Direct current Digital EXTRA
Integrated locomotive sound
Locomotive has a smoke generator
Decoder Doehler & Haass
Available
Item no. 40863
Alternating current Digital EXTRA
Integrated locomotive sound
Locomotive has a smoke generator
Decoder Doehler & Haass
Available
Direct current Analogue BASIC+

Prepared for locomotive sound

20
Locomotive is prepared for the installation of a smoke generator

Alternating current Digital BASIC+

Decoder Doehler & Haass

Direct current Digital EXTRA

Integrated locomotive sound

Locomotive has a smoke generator

Alternating current Digital EXTRA

Vehicle predominatly in metal

217,4
Length over buffer in mm

Navigable minimum radius 360 mm

PluX22

4 wheels with fiction tyres

Locomotive has flywheel drive

Double headlights alternating with the direction of travel

With interior lighting

The model has a coupler pocket and short coupling cinematic

 

Model details

  • With roof vent
  • 3 domes
  • Short chimney
  • Feed water heater
  • Petroleum lighting
 
 

Info about the original

The company Henschel took on the engineering of the locomotive designated the G10. They used the proven boiler of the P 8 and drive wheels with a diameter of 1,400 mm – a dimension that was to become the standard up to the end of the construction of steam locomotives for goods trains. In 1910, Henschel supplied the first 49 engines, which went into service at KED Breslau, Cöln, Frankfurt, Königsberg, Mainz and Saarbrücken. The 5101 Saarbrücken went on show at the Brussels World Exhibition, and the later 5428 Saarbrücken represented German locomotive production in Buenos Aires. Up to 1915, as many as 548 Prussian G10 were built. Due to the war, none were supplied in 1916. They were used in all Prussian directorates for goods and passenger trains. Most of the engines belonged to the rolling stock of the railway depots in the Rhine/Ruhr region.

 

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