Steam locomotive 150 Y of the French State Railways.
Drive on two axles of the tender and via cardan shaft on all five drive axles of the locomotive.
■ Variant with smoke deflectors
■ Fine spoked metal wheels
■ Driving and coupling rods made of metal die cast
■ With set of etched signs included
■ Smoke generator retrofittable
■ Z21 driver's cab available
In 1943/44, the locomotive factory Société Alsacienne de Constructions Mécaniques (SACM) in Graffenstaden near Strasbourg built over 100 class 52 locomotives. In 1945/46, the SNCF ordered even another additional 17 locomotives. There, class 52 was designated class 150 Y. A unique feature of the locomotives was the shorter chimney, whose purpose was not to exceed the French clearance gauge. The class 150 Y hauled both heavy goods trains and passenger trains in the eastern region of the SNCF. They were in operation there until the end of the 1950s.
- Coupling - NEM shaft 362 with close coupling mechanism at the tender
- Minimum radius - 358 mm
- Number of axles with traction tyres - 2
- Smoke generator Article number (digital) - Seuthe steam unit no. 11
- Number of driven axles - 7
- Z-21 Cab - yes
- Smoke generator retrofittable - yes
- Flywheel - yes
- Interface - Electrical interface for traction units according to NEM 652 standards with plug-in fixture