Class 41 Oil Steam Locomotive
Model: The locomotive is mostly new tooling that is finely detailed with a high-performance boiler (new design). The locomotive body is constructed of metal and has inset cab windows along with correct modeling of the details (smoke stack, cab, vents, etc.). The sanding pipes, imitations of brakes, inductive magnet, track clearance devices, and other details on the underside of the locomotive are modelled. The valve gear and drive/side rods are finely detailed and fully functional. The locomotive has a motor with a bell-shaped armature. All four driving axles are powered. Warm white LEDs are used for the headlights. The tender has spoked wheels.The minimum radius for operation is 195 mm / 7-11/16.Total length over the buffers approximately 112 mm / 4-3/8.
Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) class 41 steam freight locomotive with a new design high-performance boiler and a type 2´2´T34 oil tender. The locomotive looks as it did in Era IIIb.
The Class 41The locomotive building industry developed the class 41 2-8-2 locomotive for fast freight trains as part of the DRG's standardized locomotive program. Schwartzkopff delivered two sample units in 1936. The frame was a new development, the boile
One-time production only for Märklin Insider members.
Mostly new tooling.Locomotive running gear and body constructed of metal.Finely detailed valve gear and drive/side rods.Modeling of the braking system, inductive magnet, track clearance devices, etc.Motor with a bell-shaped armature.Inset cab windows.Warm white LEDs for the headlights.