Prototype: Royal Bavarian State Railroad (K.Bay.Sts.B.) class S 3/6 in the green provincial railroad paint scheme of the prototype in Era I. 4-6-2 wheel arrangement, "Pacific" design. Later the class 18.4.
Model: The locomotive's frame and body are made of metal. The locomotive comes with a real steam boiler and a propulsion system by means of the cylinders and the drive rods and side rods on 3 wheel sets. The locomotive has a wireless remote control and smooth, controllable speed. The locomotive receiver is built into the tender, and the sender is included with the locomotive. The locomotive's water boiler is fired with a refillable gas tank that uses gas for cigarette lighters available in most stores. The locomotive has a built-in safety valve and a manometer. Rechargeable batteries (AA size) are required for the locomotive receiver in the tender as well as for the sender in order to operate the remote control. These batteries do not come with the locomotive. Mininum radius for operation 1,020 mm / 40-3/16". Length over the buffers 67.0 cm / 26-3/8".
Important Notes: This locomotive may only be operated outdoors and only by adults. The locomotive boiler may never be fired up without a sufficient supply of water in it. Dirty track caused by residues of steam and oil cannot be avoided. Depending on the load, a full boiler of water allows you to run the locomotive from about 20 to 30 minutes. Cars with regular Märklin claw couplers can be coupled to the locomotive. This model can be used in most countries in Europe.