Jack-of-All-Trades G 10
In the first decades of the DB, mixed freight trains without them were inconceivable: the type G 10 freight cars. Their origin extends back to the Prussian State Railways and with over 120,000 units built, they are the most important and by far the most often purchased of all boxcars. Almost everything could be transported in them and they were thus even suited for transporting livestock. In this case, this honor is claimed by a G 10 with end field reinforcement and without a brakeman's cab.
Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) type G 10 Association Design boxcar without a brakeman's cab and with reinforcement of the ends. The car looks as it did in Era IIIb. Car number 117 228. Used as a livestock car.
Model: The boxcar has doors that can be opened and the reinforcement of the ends is modelled. It has separately applied imitations of brakes with the brake valves and associated details, a brake crank, and brake rigging. The car has built-in livestock grill inserts that are laser cut and stained with board joints and nail engravings. A kit is included of a livestock loading ramp that is laser cut from wood and architectural cardstock as well as a kit of 2 barriers. 4 model goats are also included.
The minimum radius for operation is 600 mm / 23-5/8".
Length over the buffers 30.0 cm / 11-13/16". Brake hoses and prototype couplers are included with the car.
- Replica of a livestock loading scene.