The three locomotives of the V29 series were built in 1952 by the Arnold Jung locomotive factory for the Palatine local railways Mundenheim-Meckenheim and Neustadt-Speyer. Fun fact for nowadays: The locomotives had no boilers, so a heating car with a tank filled with steam had to be carried in passenger trains. The locomotives were taken out of active service in 1980.
Only the V29-952, owned by the German Railway Association, still exists today and runs in tourist traffic on the Bruchhausen-Vilsen-Asendorf line in Lower Saxony. There on site, we took a close look at every detail in order to recreate this locomotive as precisely as possible. As we mean, a well-deserved homage to the last of its kind.
- 2 Bühler motors
- Injection-moulded two-component housing, suitable for outdoor use
- Laser-cut and TIG-welded metal frame
- Cast metal fasteners
- Digital decoder ESU 5.0 (available on request)
- Curve radius R1
Length 405 mm
Height 151 mm
Wide 122 mm
Price*: 1,500 Euro
*All prices include 19% VAT as required by law in Germany. These prices are exclusive of smoke generators, decoders, delivery, packaging and shipping.
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StahlRad Gartenbahn UG
Am Osterberg 6
Phone: +49 176 / 82 36 18 34