Diesel locomotive BR 213 334, Rennsteig locomotive "Marion"
Translated Description from LENZ:
Prototype information V 100 - family
As a further development of the V 80 built in 1952, the first 5 very successful test machines of the V 100 series were built by MaK in 1958 for multi-purpose service. In 1961/62 another 36 pre-series locomotives were delivered. After that, a total of 364 locomotives with a 1,100 hp engine and a top speed of 90 km/h were made, also by other manufacturers - later class 211
The performance of the class 211 (V 100.10) with 1,100 hp was sufficient for secondary routes, but a higher engine output was required for routes with inclines and on main routes. There was already a Daimler 12-cylinder in a test locomotive (V 100 006), based on this the V 100.20 (later renamed to BR 212) initially received engines from Daimler with 1,350 hp. Some of the 12 cylinders were later supplied by MAN, while Daimler-Diesel received most of them under license from Maybach.
In the mid-1960s, ten of the 381 units built were equipped for use on steep routes and classified as V 100 2332 to 2341, the later class 213. These locomotives were given hydrodynamic brakes and an additional gear oil heat exchanger, for example , which is why the auxiliary diesel was replaced by a battery charger with an external power connection. Some of these BR 213s replaced the BR 94.5s on the Rennsteigbahn, where they are still in service today.
After all locomotives of these series were put into service by 2005, some models are now being used again after repairs: as construction train locomotives as well as on museum and private railways.Equipment of all Lenz Gauge 0 locomotives and traction units:
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