Roco 71095 Dampflok BR 95 DR

    Product description

    German State Railroad class 95 steam locomotive.

    ■ Completely new design
    ■ Available for the first time with a new construction boiler as a large-scale production model
    ■ Finely detailed model with many separately applied plug-in parts.
    ■ Wheels with fine spokes
    ■ Version with oil firing

    This steam locomotive class was the most powerful tender locomotive ever procured by the Deutsche Reichsbahn-Gesellschaft. A total of 45 units of this gigantic machine were built. It was nicknamed the "Mountain Queen" because it was mainly used on the Sonneberg-Probstzella, Spessartrampe, Frankenwaldbahn, Geislinger Steige, Schiefe Ebene and Rübelandbahn lines. After World War 2, 31 locomotives of the class ended up with the Deutsche Reichsbahn. In the 1950s, boiler equipment, fittings, pumps, driver's cab, etc. were adapted to DR practices in the course of maintenance and thus also largely standardized. Between 1966 and 1972, 24 locomotives were converted to oil main firing, and 10 locomotives received a new boiler without a feed dome. The Eisfeld-Sonneberg line was the last area of operation. The last machines were not taken out of service until 1981.

    Technical data:
    General data
    Coupling shaft NEM 362 with KK kinematics
    Minimum radius 358 mm
    Number of axles with traction tires 1
    Number of driven axles 5
    Flywheel mass Yes

    Electrical system
    Interface Electrical interface for traction units PluX22
    Headlights 3 headlights at both ends of the car, changing with direction of travel
    LED headlights Yes
    Length over buffers 174 mm

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    Roco 71095 Dampflok BR 95 DR
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