Lenz steam locomotive type i, Pommern group. This locomotive was built by Vulcan Stettin Machinery, Inc. for the firm Lenz & Co. and originally more than 30 units were built. Of them, 6 units were also delivered to the Franzburg County Railroad (FKB), of which the former FKB 4 i came to the German Railroad Association in 1980. The locomotive was called "Franzburg" at this association and was extensively overhauled in 1982 and placed into service. This very interesting locomotive forms the prototype for the LGB model.
The model is new tooling and has sprung buffers front and rear, traction tires, a DCC interface connector, engineer's cab doors that can be opened, built-in cab lighting, a smoke generator, and a figure of a locomotive engineer. The headlights change over with the direction of travel. The locomotive has a powerful Bühler motor geared to both driving axles. Length over the buffers 25 cm / 9-7/8".
The 49390 car set is available to go with this locomotive.
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