RhB class Ge 2/4 electric locomotive with the new road number 202, in the Era I version. Road number 202 was built in 1913 and for a long time was part of the basic electric motive power on the Rhaetian Railroad. The class Ge 2/4 units initially had the typical green paint scheme but were painted later in brown. In 1943 road number 202 was extensively rebuilt as road number 211 as a switch engine with a center engineer's cab and was then scrapped in 2001. This locomotive does not have end doors. The model has a prototypical paint scheme and lettering. It also has a DCC connector and LED headlights that change over with the direction of travel. The engineer's cab has lighting. The locomotive has a powerful Bühler motor, traction tires, 6 electrical pickups, and a general-purpose electrical socket. Length over the buffers 38 cm / 15".