A total of 96 of this Meyer articulated locomotive were purchased for the Royal Saxon State Railways. Many of them are still in use on numerous museum railroads. The oldest of them is road number 99.516 owned by the Schönheide Railroad Museum in Saxony in the area of Zwickau and Chemnitz. Unfortunately, this unit is presently disassembled and not operational. The Schönheide Railroad Museum is trying to gather donations and its own resources to put the locomotive back into service. The LGB model is an authentic reproduction of this unit and has the following technical features: DCC connector, all axles powered by two powerful Bühler motors, a smoke generator, a selector switch for the mode of operation, traction tires, and triple headlights that change over with the direction of travel. The locomotive also has engineer's cab lighting, 12 electric pickups, a voltage limiting system, a general-purpose socket, and much more. Length over the buffers 47.5 cm / 18-11/16".
The purchase price of each locomotive includes 25.00 Euros that will be donated to the Schönheide Railroad Museum to overhaul the original steam locomotive, road number 99.516. Also included with the locomotive is a complimentary ticket for a ride on the Schönheide Railroad Museum's line.
For each locomotive sold, 25 Euros will be donated to the Schönheide Railroad Museum to support the overhaul and restoration of the original steam locomotive, road number 99.516.