Prototype: German State Railroad (DR) (East Germany) class 103, 0-6-0 wheel arrangement, built starting in 1947, with side rods and a jackshaft, nicknamed "Carpet Beater". Use: Switching work / commuter service.
Model: Era IV, the locomotive has a digital connector, 3 axles powered, and a can motor with a flywheel. Length over the buffers 126 mm / 4-15/16".
This model is being produced only in 2005 as a one-time series.
- New Items 2005 - Main Catalog 2006
The German State Railroad (East Germany) designated former class V 36 military locomotives taken into the roster due to the shortage of locomotives during the post-war period as the class V 103. These medium-sized locomotives with hydraulic drive were used for commuter service in larger cities and in switching work in freight yards.