Following a role model in the German Steam Locomotive Museum in Neuenmarkt. Closed version. With compressed air cylinder in the cab. Wheel alignment B. Length: 43 mm.
The Feldbahn Lok Deutz OMZ 122 F
With the Deutz OMZ 122 field-railway locomotive, the dream model of many Feldbahn fans, Busch has realized another popular towing vehicle. The locomotive was built between 1932 and 1942 by Humboldt Deutz in Cologne and used primarily for shunting. The construction is limited to the essentials: The locomotives are only equipped with a simple manual transmission and do not even have a compressed air brake. One wheel set is driven directly, the second taken over a coupling rod. The 600mm gauge version has a power output of 40hp and a top speed of 17.5km / h. The engine is started with compressed air. In the model, the details such as crank rods, exhaust, nameplate, etc. filigree rendered.
Incidentally, Deutz has not had its own type designations for its locomotives, but also used the name of the engines for the locomotives. In order to be able to differentiate the locomotives by name, it has become customary to attach an "F" for locomotive locomotive, an "R" for shunting locomotive and an "F" for mine locomotive to the engine designation.