PIKO#37230 DR IV-V BR95 Steam Locomotive

PIKO#37230 DR IV-V BR95 Steam Locomotive

$ 879.99

Only 1 left in stock

37230 DR IV-V BR95 Steam Locomotive (G-Scale)
Detailed 2-10-2 steam locomotive with lights and smoke
Powerful 7-pole Bühler precision can-type ball-bearing motor
Numerous molded-on and separately applied details including lights, brake cylinders, bumpers, smoke stack, tanks, piping, handrails, and more
Comes with working 5-volt smoke unit
Operating white directional lighting with switchable chassis lighting
Detailed interior with engineer figure
Digital DCC decoder and sound ready (Use a PIKO #36228 sound kit in conjunction with PIKO loco decoder #36122)
NOTE: Locomotive will run on Analog DC, but sound functions ONLY on Digital DCC. There is no sound on Analog DC power.
Heavy duty, durable stainless steel drive wheel tires
Carbon brush pickups
Injection-molded driver centers
Hook and loop type couplers
Crisp and clean lettering and logo designs
Created with incredibly tough weather-resistant materials
Minimum recommended radius: 600mm / 23.6”
Length: 571mm / 22.5”
Made in Germany

Only 1 left in stock


LGB 28441 Digital RhB Class Ge 4/4 II Electric Locomotive, Era VI with Lights and Sound

The running sounds will also work in analog operation.

This is a model of the Rhaetian Railroad class Ge 4/4 II electric locomotive, road number 629, in a special paint scheme for the new construction of the Albula Tunnel in the Grisons. The paint and lettering are prototypical for Era VI. All four wheelsets are driven by two powerful Bühler motors. The locomotive has an mfx/DCC decoder with many light and sound functions. The pantographs are powered by motors and can be controlled digitally.

Length over the buffers 57 cm / 22-7/16″.

RhB Class Ge 4/4 II Electric Locomotive

The Ge 4/4 II 629 as an Advertising Medium for the New Construction of the Albula Tunnel. Since 2008, the 5,864 meter / 3.66 mile long Albula Tunnel on the route Chur – Thusis – St. Moritz has been part of the UNESCO World Heritage “Rhaetian Railroad in the Albula / Bernina Region.” It was placed into operation in 1903 and is now in poor condition. The planning of the new tunnel had to take extensive account of the importance of monument preservation with respect to all changes in the appearance of both the surface landscaping and the facilities. After the new Albula Tunnel II, which runs parallel to the old tunnel, is placed into service, the existing tunnel will be taken out of operation and converted to a safety tunnel.

Additional information

Weight 12 lbs
Dimensions 35 × 10 × 12 in