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The class 94 is one of the longest lasting and most successful Prussian locomotive designs. Actually its development goes back as far as 1906, when the Royal Railway Directorate (KED - Königliche Eisenbahn-Direktion) in Erfurt had submitted its application to the Prussian Central Authority for the development of a D coupled (five driving axles) steam locomotive for the steep gradients on the lines in Thuringia. The design of the T16 was greatly influenced by the well known locomotive design engineer Robert Garbe and its production commenced in 1905. In total 343 units have been built. With the reinforced T16 (later know as the T16.1) true universal locomotives have been made between 1913 and 1924, which were at home all over Prussia , in Alsatia and Lorraine and as from 1920 in all other parts of Germany. During the long period of construction several changes were made to the design. As from 1921 the T16.1 had a feed dome, which required the relocation of the recuperator from the top of the boiler to the side next to the forward sand box. With the installation of the coupler for the steam heating systems beginning in 1924 the T16.1 (later classified as the class 94.5) were also employed for passenger services. This engine became even more versatile due to raising the permitted maximum speed to 60 km/h after many parts had been standardised as from 1927. Due to its axle load of 17 tons the class 94 was also suitable for branch lines with a somewhat weaker roadbed. Furthermore, due to the installation of the counter-pressure brake by Riggenbach, it replaced the more modern but heavier class T20 on the steep gradient lines in Thuringia. The prototypes of the ESU models class 094 652 and 94 1292 became legendary. During the 1970-ies they both were amongst the last class 94 locomotives in services at the DB and the DR. Until 2005 class 94 1292 proved its power as DB museum locomotive at the Rennsteig line or occasionally also on steep gradient lines in the Eifel region.


This is certainly one of KM1's finest production locomotives ever made. Superb running characteristics and uncompromising attention to detail makes this an ideal model for the discerning collector to the railway modeller. This locomotive is ideal for all sizes of layout, even small ones.

Condition 1921, tonneau roof, 2 x gas lamps without bell, without cab box top, national livery brown-green RAL 6008

  • Precision model made of brass and stainless steel
  • Bühler motor
  • Hhigh-performance digital decoder with HDKM-16 sound module , Visaton full range speaker
  • Dynamic Smoke with independent cylinder steam of the latest generation with 40 minutes run time per filling, steam whistle with steam function, easy filling via chimney
  • Servo-electronic reversal of forward on reverse
  • Driver's light
  • Firebox lighting with simulated ember bed and servomotor opening Feuerbüchsentüre
  • Direction of travel changing top light, Warmlicht LED's, red Zugschlussbeleuchtung switchable (also simplified tail light)
  • Robust Kardan antrieb with rollfähigem and ballgelagertem transmission,
  • Drive and axles ball-bearing and sprung
  • Ring-insulated wheel tires made of stainless steel
  • Wheel stars with prototypical elliptically profiled spokes
  • Functioning balance levers
  • Sprung buffers
  • Movable water box lids
  • Movable cab doors
  • Highly detailed and multi-colored designed driver's cab with real-wood floor, operable guards and opening smoke chamber door
  • Opening sand dome
  • Movable lubricating pump drive
  • Tool boxes to open
  • Real broken hard coal
  • Finest replicated lubrication lines, flexible and detachable brake hoses
  • Screw couplings exchangeable for KM 1- or jaw couplings, prepared for easy retrofitting KM1 servo couplings
  • Prototypical painting and lettering
  • Minimum radius 1020mm
  • LP approx. 39.5 cm, weight approx. 4.5 kg.

 Note: Locomotives will arrive end of October. This pre-order price is held until date of arrival so, Order Now!

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