Covered Freight Car G10 „Lebkuchen-Schmidt“ DB
Road no.: 125 627
- Metal axle brake frame
- Brake shoes in wheel plane
- Separately mounted U-profile as coach body supports
- Extra bearing collars
- Finest paintwork and printing
- Separately mounted brake unit on the car bottom
- NEM-standard short-coupling
- Tip bearing wheelsets
- Extra mounted steps
Lebkuchen-Schmidt is a registered trademark.
Info about the original
Nuremberg gingerbread is a world-famous specialty. They go back to Frankish monks who have been making this special pastry since the 14th century. The first known document entry of a gingerbread maker dates back to 1395. At that time, Nuremberg was an important point on various trade routes. In this way, many foreign spices such as allspice, cloves, cardamom, nutmeg and cinnamon found their way into the city. As well as rare ingredients such as almonds. In addition, there was a well-functioning beekeeper in the nearby Lorenzer Reichswald, which also ensured the supply of honey.