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BR 01.10 Oel  LokSound V4.0 European Soundfiles H0 N XL L M4

Standard steam locomotive, type 4-6-2, 3 cylinders, oil version (for coal fired version, please use 54414)

BR 01.10 Oel  LokSound 5 European Sound files N XL L M4

Standard steam locomotive, type 4-6-2, 3 cylinders, oil version (for coal fired version, please use 54414)

BR 01.10 Kohle  LokSound V4.0 & LokPilot V4.0 for Factory Equipped Locomotives N XL L M4

Steam locomotive BR 01.10, coal firered

BR 01.10 Kohle  LokSound V4.0 European Soundfiles H0 N XL L M4

Standard steam locomotive, type 4-6-2, 3 cylinders, coal version (for oil fired version, please use 54426)

BR 01.10 Kohle  LokSound 5 European Sound files N XL L M4

Standard steam locomotive, type 4-6-2, 3 cylinders, coal version (for oil fired version, please use 54426)

BR 44 Oel  LokSound 5 European Sound files N XL L M4

BR 44 had been the most successful steam loco for heavy freight trains at the Deutsche Reichsbahn-Gesellschaft (DRG). Between 1926 an end of WWII 1989 units of the 3 cylindred 2-10 had been built. They developed 1919 HP and reached a maximum speed of 80 km/h. In the 1950s Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB) and Deutsche Reichsbahn (DR) rebuilt 36 (DB) and 95 (DR) with oil firing equipment.

Baureihe 19.10  LokSound V4.0 & LokPilot V4.0 for Factory Equipped Locomotives H0 N XL L M4

The 1930s were a decade of major global innovations in the field of railway technology. New electric and diesel-powered locomotives revolutionised the world on rails. Steam locomotives were also improved and attracted a great deal of attention by breaking world records in Germany and Britain, attaining speeds of 200 km/h. How-ever, experts were well aware that the traditional steam engine had reached the end of the road, at least as far as further increases in speed were concerned. Possible more…