Lokomotive BR 52 fotos

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Thomas_P
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Postby Thomas_P » 16 Mar 2006 18:54

Hi Dolezal,
the locos in your first 8 links are showing post-war-conversions of the
Baureihe 52. So when you are looking for the standard-Kriegslok
BR 52 take the one on my pic with the ground-colour gray (with or
without winter camouflage). Most of the BR52 (over 6000 built) had no
smoke deflector plates until the end of war and only a few (less then 10) had
the wooden ones like the 1:35-model. The standard tenders (at war-times)
were the Wannentender as shown in my pic or the Steifrahmentender
(which means stiff frame=no bogies) like the model has. Only a few had the
tender of the BR 50. The BR52Kon was an option for the eastern front because
of the lack of water in some regions.
The BR 50 like the destroyed one is the predecessor of the BR 52 and had
all the goodies of pre-war-production, while the Kriegslok had everything
taken off what was dispensable.

Greetings
Thomas_P
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Barmagi
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Postby Barmagi » 18 Mar 2006 01:23

Hi,

Nice Informations,

but I search for more Photos of a correct Kriegslokomotive.

Anyone have a photo of a Lokomotive with this wooden steam deflectoren ?

Thank your

Barmagi

Thomas_P
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Postby Thomas_P » 18 Mar 2006 10:36

Hi Barmagi,
I did some further research and I think the only one with the wooden deflector
plates like the Trumpeter-model was the 52180 on trials.
First pic shows another Standard-Kriegslok with Steifrahmentender, second
pic shows the only other one I found with wooden plates, but with some kind
of "interim solution" made behind the eastern front.
BTW at war times no Kriegslok had the black and red livery like the standard
Reichsbahn-locos or the Reichsadler on the cab.

Greetings
Thomas_P
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Barmagi
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Postby Barmagi » 18 Mar 2006 17:22

Hi Thomas,

Thank you for the pictures, 526737.jpg is the best picture of a Kriegslokomotive that I now.

Bye

Barmagi


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