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    Fleischmann German Steam Locomotive BR 98.75 "Schw. Anna" of the DRG  
        

    Fleischmann 400001

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    System Scale Country Era Railway Dimensions
    DC HO Germany II DRG 79mm
    Fleischmann 400001 - German Steam Locomotive BR 98.75 Schw. Anna of the DRG

    Product Features and Details
    HO Scale DC Era II 

    Model: The Fleischmann 400001 BR 98 tank locomotive might just be the most attractive little tank loco ever made.  Words cannot describe its beauty. It is highly detailed, colorful, and the number of separately applied parts is truly amazing. The BR 98 would be a great model for a small Era I branch line layout.  Fleischmann offers several versions so add one to your collection today.

    Model Features:

    • 5 Pole Can Motor with Flywheel
    • Metal Body and Chassis
    • Directional lighting
    • PluX16 Digital DCC Receptacle
    • NEM 362 Coupler Pocket
    • 2 Traction Tires

    Prototype: When it comes to modeling European trains one of the more popular time periods to model is Era I. Era I is desirable because it deals with many of the private state railways from the years 1835 to 1925. The Bavarian State Railways is among the most exciting railways to model in this time period because they incorporated many unique and impressive steam locomotives which were painted in exquisite liveries. The DVI was built in 1880 by J. A. Maffei and Krauss in München, 53 locomotives were built between 1880 and 1894. The DVI was designed to be used on small local branch-lines hauling both local passenger service and light branch-line freight.  In 1925 when the Deutsche Reichsbahn unified all the German State Railroads 26 Bavarian DVI's were re-classified as BR 98.75 of which five were equipped with water storage containers on the sides. The remaining locomotives operated in the Pfalz area of Germany in the cities of Speyer and Maximiliansau. They were decommissioned at the end of the 1920s and partially sold off as factory locomotives.


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