This is a model of a Saxon State Railroad Class VI K narrow gauge steam locomotive. The paint and lettering are prototypical for Era I, including locomotive builder plates of etched metal. The locomotive has traction tires and is driven by two powerful ball bearing Bühler motors. It has an mfx/DCC decoder with many light and sound functions such as headlights that change over with the direction of travel, firebox lighting, cab lighting, operating sounds, whistle, and much more. The built-in smoke generator with steam exhaust is synchronized with the wheels and there is cylinder steam. There are many separately applied details, and the cab and smokebox doors can be opened. Limited worldwide to 399 pieces. A certificate of authenticity is included. Length over the buffers 41 cm / 16-1/8".
Cars to go with this locomotive are the 31353 and 31354 passenger cars. Other cars will be available later.
The running sounds also work in analog operation.
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