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Published on Jan 3, 2015
In 1871, Germany became the last major European country to unify, combining a hodgepodge of kingdoms and duchies. But it would be another 50 years before the 11 provincial railroads were nationalized into the German Imperial Railway Company (DRG, with the logo DR). In the meantime, each road continued to develop its own locomotive designs. One of the best was the Class S 3/6 of the Royal Bavarian State Railways (abbreviated K. Bay. Sts. B. in German).
This superbly detailed, smooth running model of one of Europe’s favorite steam engines is offered in original Royal Bavarian paint schemes and post-nationalization black and red. The all die-cast metal locomotive comes equipped with MTH's Proto-Sound 3.0 digital control package which features digital sound effects, LED lighting, synchronized puffing smoke timed to drive wheel revolution and chuffing sound effects and speed control for smooth starts and finishes. Available in 2-rail models or in 3-rail versions for Marklin stud rail, the MTH HO S 3/6 is sure to catch the attention of all who see her run.