Trains have been running on the Fichtelberg Railroad for 125 years from Cranzahl to Oberwiesenthal, formerly as daily passenger trains, presently only as steam powered museum trains. Naturally, the cars have been adapted to current needs, so for example there is an open-air observation car, which is based on an old passenger car. The passenger cars – which originated on the Royal Saxon State Railroad – were updated and adapted to the current desires of the passengers.
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This is a model of an SDG type KC4 open-air observation car, as is still currently used on the Fichtelberg Railroad. The paint scheme and lettering are prototypical for Era VI. The car is finely detailed and has prototypical interior details. It also has metal wheelsets.
Length over the buffers 58 cm / 22-13/16".
The ideal add-on for the 21481 locomotive as well as the 36362 and 36370 passenger cars.
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