Product Features and Details
Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) class 110.1 electric locomotive. With three lamps at locomotive end 1 and five lamps at locomotive end 2. With "Klatte" fan grille and one-piece, rounded engine room windows. Without circumferential gutter. Without aprons and buffer panels. Coloring in ocean blue / ivory. Road number 110 116-1. Operating condition 1982.
Front 3 and rear 5 The locomotives of the E10 series (BR 110) were anything but uniform. Although conceived as a standard electric locomotive, these powerhouses surprised with numerous differences, making these locomotives popular models for railroad enthusiasts.
Model: With digital decoder mfx + and extensive sound features. Regulated high-performance drive. Four axles driven. Traction tires. Depending on the direction of travel, the three-light peak signal and 2 red taillights are conventionally in operation, digitally switchable. Peak signal on locomotive side 2 and 1 each separately digitally switched off. If peak signal is switched off on both locomotive sides, then on both sides function of the double A light. Illumination with maintenance-free warm white or red light emitting diodes (LED). Pantograph as digital function can be raised and lowered separately. Set handle bars made of metal. Engine driver figure in the driver's cab 1. Length over buffer approx. 18.9 cm.
Highlights: Prototypical shape changes such as different lamp arrangement and one-piece, rounded engine room window. Liftable and lowerable pantographs, digitally switchable. Digital decoder mfx +.