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    Kato HobbyTrain Lemke German Steam Locomotive BR 183 Badische - Digital  
        

    This item is discontinued at the factory but is still available here.

    Kato HobbyTrain Lemke H4009D

    Price: $347.88

    Scale Country Era Dimensions
    N Germany I 133mm
    Kato HobbyTrain Lemke H4009D - German Steam Locomotive BR 183 Badische - Digital

    Product Features and Details
    N Scale Era I Includes a digital decoder 

    Model Details:

    • Front Light
    • 5 Pole Motor
    • Digital decoder
    • NEM Couplers
    • Radius 225.6mm 

    In the years 1918 to 1920 came the delivery of 20 copies of the famous Badische IVh, built at the locomotive factory Maffei. The locomotives were originally to transport the heavy express trains from Basel to Frankfurt and were taken over by the newly founded Reichsbahn in 1920. Until around 1920 the Badischen IVh locomotives were the most powerful locomotives in Germany with a possible top speed of over 140 km / h. In the years 1925 to 1927 the Badischen IVh got the new generic and number plates, which from now on they classed them into the series 183. From BW Offenburg the IVh ?? Machines to the BWs Koblenz, Bremen and Altona. After 19 of the 20 built machines had survived the war, 15 machines were in 1948 by the newly founded Deutsche Bundesbahn. The locomotives 18.316, 18.319 and 18.323 were allocated to the BZA Minden and in exchange for the locomotive 18.434, which was located in Hof, the DR East received the locomotive 18.314.

    The remaining locomotives of the series 183 to Epoche IV were again used as epoch III machines at the German Federal Railroad, and 018 323-6 on 3 December 1969 was sampled as the last national railway-pacific locomotive of the German Federal Railroad. Except for the 18.319, the other locomotives have been preserved as monumental witnesses of the steam-engine time after their retirement. In the 20's and early 30's, the locomotives included many prestigious trains with international routes, such as the Riviera / Naples Express, Scandinavia / Switzerland Express, Holland / Cologne / Basel / Geneva, Holland / Cologne / Switzerland / Italy etc.


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