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Polish Steam Train Set With Power Function [LDD]

Vintage trains also run on our narrow-gauge railway with a gauge of 1 metre. The vintage train club has a narrow-gauge 1C1 (262) coupled tender locomotive, which originates in Denmark, and, among other things, two passenger cars and a parcel mail car, as well as two Polish sugar beet freight cars of the Dobre type.

The parts for the Power Function and the motor are hidden in the parcel post van. The passenger cars only have 3rd class and are fully furnished. The semaphore signal is controlled by means of a wire pull and a hand crank.


The steam locomotive originates from the Amtsbanerne på Als in Denmark, ABA, which was a system of narrow-gauge railways on Als from 1898 to 1933. They branched from Sønderborg in southern Jutland to terminus stations in Nordborg, Mommark and Skovby, all on the island of Als.

The steam locomotive ABA 42 was built by Stettiner Maschinenbau AG, Vulcan, Stettin, Germany in 1927 with construction number 3867.

The locomotive was probably built in 1924 and purchased in 1927 from Stettiner Maschinenbau. Frame water boxes, and has Heusinger control, vacuum brake, 2 Ramsbottom safety valves. It was sold in 1933 to Greifenberger Kleinbahn 42. In 1945 to PKP Twn 1-3635, later PKP Tyn 6-3635. It was decommissioned in 1974 and then came to Muzeum Kolei Wąskotorowej, Gryfice, Poland.

Length: 7.25 m.
Operating weight: 25.4 tonnes
Empty weight: 20.2 tons
Boiler pressure: 13 atm
Drive wheel diam.: 0.85 m.
Coal: 1 ton
Water: 2.5 m³

The steam locomotive is on display at Muzeum Kolei Wąskotorowej, Gryfice, in northern Poland.

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