VINTAGE GERMAN 1 GAUGE
ELECTRIC DEUTSCHE REICHSBAHN STEAM
LENGTH’S: Engine 15 1/4″ X 6 1/2″ x 3 5/8″ Tender 11″ X
3 5/8″ Cars 18″ X 3 5/8″ Height 6″ Maximum
Width 3 5/8″ Dia. boggie wheels 1.0″ Dia. Drive wheels 2.10″ Inside Distance between wheels 38.4 mm or 1.51″ gauge Total Weight 12 3/4 Lbs.
rare, high quality and interesting Gauge 1 electric model of the German DR 2C (4-6-0) Locomotive 382014 and four-axle
Bogie Tender plus 2 two-axle 3rd Class and one 1st Class DR coaches. The locomotive with a brass boiler,
and steel sides and chassis, and fitted with in-line motor and spar drive to rear axle. The engine and tender finished
in black with red trim. The DR coaches built from metal roof, sides and frames with wood inner chassis have
external and interior details including lighting and are finished in DR Moss green. The whole train being well proportioned
and detailed for the 1950’s – 60’s. Note: Even though all the cars are numbered “3”, we submit that
the car with framed opening windows is for 1st Class passengers. No
have not tested the model and there is no representation that it will run. Consequently, it is being sold as a table top display.
Locomotive, coal tender and 3 cars in German train set
electric steam engine model is being offered for display only!
In Germany, and the rest of Europe and England there are many hobbyists that enjoy the satisfaction
or running model locomotive engines and train models. In addition to the hobby market, miniature models like this
were made by manufacturers of locomotives for advertising and as a record of their sales. They also were sought
after by hobbyists who were interested in in this form of hobby which is still flourishing today.
Showing front end of German train Locomotive over tender & undercarriage
This vintage electric steam engine model is being
offered for display only!
Class car of the German DR vintage train set over two 3 rd Class
to be in good condition, but it has not been tested and may or may not run. The motor is thought to require AC current. There
are air vents missing from some of the roofs, and one coupler needs to be screwed in place. We are not train
people so there may be other things of which we are unaware. Please inquire. This
model is beleived to have been made at the end of WW II. It is being sold for display purposes only.
Various views of the 1st Class car and its hand painted markings
fine vintage East German electric railroad train set is being sold for display purposes only.
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