The first 2-6-2 locomotives of the series 23 were delivered to the Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB) by the firm of Henschel in 1950. These engines were designed to pull heavy passenger trains as replacements for the aging P8, the first of which had been built for the KPEV, one of the predecessors of DRG. Until 1959 a total of 105 engines of these powerful and handsome series have been constructed by several German locomotive builders. Number 23 105 deserves special mentioning since it was the last new steam locomotive of which the DB took delivery. The type is not only interesting from a technical point of view but also because a rather large number of locos have been saved from the cutter’s torch. No less than eight engines can still be admired in railway museums or are being operated by preserved railways in Holland, Germany and Switzerland. These survivors have been recreated by us as rolling stock objects for TS 2017.
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Install the included .rwp file with "Utilities.exe" "Clear Cache" or use Train Simulator Blueprint removal tool"