Fleischmann 7160005 - Steam Locomotive 62 1007- 4, DR

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EAN/UPC: 4005575259620

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Steam locomotive 62 1007 of the railway company of the German Democratic Republic (Deutsche Reichsbahn).

■ The only class 62 locomotive to feature an EDP number
■ Operating condition: 1970

The class 62 was developed and supplied by the Henschel company for the German State Railway Company (DRG) in the 1920s. These engines were two-cylinder superheated steam locomotives. A total of 15 engines were produced. Although the locomotives had already been built by 1928, the DRG did not procure the 62 003–015 until 1932. The reasons for the delay were low requirements and the excessively high price of the locomotives.
After the Second World War, eight of these locomotives were retained by the railway company of the German Democratic Republic (Deutsche Reichsbahn). The 62 007 was the only one provided with an EDP numbering.


Coupling NEM shaft 355 without close coupling mechanism
Minimum radius 192 mm
Flywheel yes
Number of driven axles 3
Number of axles with traction tires 1
Scale N-Scale
Era IV
Railway Company DR
Motor 3 pole motor
Headlight Both sides of the vehicle are equipped with direction independent dual headlights
Control DC Analog
Length over buffer 107 mm

EAN/UPC: 4005575259620