Prototype information: The E10 belongs to the family of standard locomotives and was built from 1952 for the German Federal Railroad. The four-axle machines were initially used in high-quality tourist traffic in front of express and express trains. A new streamlined locomotive body was designed for the Rheingold locomotives in 1962, which was also used on the series machines from the E10 288 onwards. The crease at the front gave the locomotive its nickname crease. From then on, the locomotives were listed as the E10.3 on the Deutsche Bundesbahn. From the 1990s, the range of uses for the locomotive, known as the 110 series from 1968, shifted in the direction of local transport. Many machines were therefore equipped with shuttle train controls. With the E10.3 with a continuous fan band, Hobbytrain completes the series of the well-known and popular classic of the Deutsche Bundesbahn. Our model has a powerful motor with a flywheel, a white/red light change and filigree pantographs.
- Power consumption over all axes
- Interface NEM 651
- Light change red/white
- Consideration of all design differences in detail
- LÜP: 104mm
Additional model information:
Built in 1958 by Hensch & Sohn, Kassel, serial no. 29109
Acceptance September 10, 1958 as E 10 129
Colour: steel blue
First depot: Koblenz-Mosel
January 1, 1968: New number 110 129-4
April 1976: new colour: ocean blue/cream
Retired: 11/15/2000 at depot Cologne Deutzerfeld
Model shows condition around 1964.