The P 10 was delivered by Borsig to the Prussian-Hessian National Railway in 1922 and was the last and strongest passenger train locomotive for this company. By 1927, a total of 260 machines of this type were built by different companies. Often used in the South of Germany, the machines proved to be extraordinarily good. The locos of this series were taken out of service in 1967.
We built our models in three variations: National Railway, Reichsbahn and Bundesbahn. The Prussian version is painted green/black. The DRG BR 39 is made with Wagner smoke deflectors. The DB BR 39 is made with Witte smoke deflectors and with a 2’2’T34 tender.
|Put into service||1922||Year of construction||1992|
|Length over buffers||22,980 mm||Length over buffers||718 mm|
|Weight||165 to||Weight||9.5 kg|
|Power||1,200 kW||Scale/Gauge||1:32/Gauge 1|
|Maximum speed||68.4 mph|
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