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QUOTE The goods train with passenger accomodation, known as the „GmP", of the Royal Prussian Railways (K.P.E.V.) was an everyday sight throughout the early Epoch I period. It's hauled by a steam engine of the class T 9.3 (H0) / G 4.3 (N «piccolo»). The FLEISCHMANN model is presented in the original black/brown-green/red-brown livery. The colourful liveries of the regional („Länderbahn") rolling stock are great eye-catchers for every railway fan.
The HO set can be had with either an AC or DC version locomotive. The DC version comes with standard NEM 651 socket to install a decoder. Drive is on all 6 driving wheels with 2 traction tyres.
The N «piccolo» (Dare I say Scale) version's locomotive comes in both Analog and Digital and follows standard Fleischmann practice with drive in the tender through all six wheel, 4 of which have traction tires.