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All Lenz O Locomotives Feature DCC Sound, smooth high performance motors and Lights that change with the direction of travel.  Each Loco also has automatic system recognition for DCC (Digital) and conventional (Analog) operation.

Please note that these are limited run models and Lenz go to extraordinary lengths to make sure that their level of excellence is maintained.   This can result in production delays as errors are addressed.  

Future locomotives are variations of the Br38 and Br44.  The planning list has been expanded to include the Br56.2 (Prussian G8), Br55,  Br74 (Prussian T12) and the Br70 (Bavarian Pt2/3)

 

Br38 Steam LocomotiveBr38 Steam Locomotive
Some versions are now arriving in small batches
Br50 Steam LocomotiveBr50 Steam Locomotive
Model released - check availability if not showing in stock. Some variants have sold out
Br89 Steam LocomotiveBr89 Steam Locomotive
Model released - check availability if not showing in stock
Br94 Steam LocomotiveBr94 Steam Locomotive
Model released - check availability if not showing in stock
Br64  -New ToolingBr64 -New Tooling
The popular Br64 is being completely re-done and will include smoke and silent motor control
Br55 and Br56.2Br55 and Br56.2
Future Steam Locomotive ProjectsFuture Steam Locomotive Projects
Future project - no confirmed delivery dates

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40257-01 DR Br56.2 Steam Locomotive
LENZ 40257-0140257-01 DR Br56.2 Steam Locomotive

Lenz 40257-01 DR Br56.2 2-8-0 Steam Locomotive with tender.  EpIII O Gauge 


No. 56 438 DR Version. Barrel cab roof
The DRG took the Prussian built Br55 0-8-0 and re-built them as 2-8-0 locomotives. The conversion increased the running speed and decreased the axle loading so that the Br56.2 could run on branch lines.  They were now suitable for passenger trains as well as freight. 691 were originally converted and 368 entered DB service.  They ran until 1968 in the West and 1970 in the East.
Livery - Black with red wheels and frames . 
Full DCC Digital function - Running Sounds, Dynamic Smoke generator, Automatic uncoupling, Direction dependant headlights, Cab light, USP and energy storage.
 

Future project -  price to be confirmed (rrp €1,585)

£0.00
40257-02 DR Br56.2 Steam Locomotive
LENZ 40257-0240257-02 DR Br56.2 Steam Locomotive

Lenz 40257-02 DR Br56.2 2-8-0 Steam Locomotive with tender.  EpIII O Gauge 

No. 56 217 DR Version. Vented cab roof
The DRG took the Prussian built Br55 0-8-0 and re-built them as 2-8-0 locomotives. The conversion increased the running speed and decreased the axle loading so that the Br56.2 could run on branch lines.  They were now suitable for passenger trains as well as freight. 691 were originally converted and 368 entered DB service.  They ran until 1968 in the West and 1970 in the East.
Livery - Black with red wheels and frames . 
Full DCC Digital function - Running Sounds, Dynamic Smoke generator, Automatic uncoupling, Direction dependant headlights, Cab light, USP and energy storage.
 

Future project -  price to be confirmed (rrp €1,585)

£0.00
40258-01 DB Br55 Steam Locomotive
LENZ 40258-0140258-01 DB Br55 Steam Locomotive

Lenz 40258-01 DB Br55 0-8-0 Steam Locomotive with tender.  EpIII O Gauge 

No.55 3788 DB Version. Vented cab roof
Constructed between 1913 and 1921 to a design  by Robert Garbe the G8.1 was an important machine. Deliberately designed to be heavy for great traction without sanding the G8.1 could only be used on main lines, nevertheless, over 5,000 of them were built for the K.P.E.V. plus export.   Around 1,000 remained in Germany in the 1950s and the last was withdrawn from the DB network in 1972.
 691 G8.1 were converted to Br56.2 by adding a leading bissel truck that reduced axle load, increased stability at speed and allowed these locomotives to work on branch lines.
Livery - Black with red wheels and frames . 
Full DCC Digital function - Running Sounds, Dynamic Smoke generator, Automatic uncoupling, Direction dependant headlights, Cab light, USP and energy storage.

Future project -  Price to be confirmed (rrp €1,585)

£0.00
40258-02 DB Br55 Steam Locomotive
LENZ 40258-0240258-02 DB Br55 Steam Locomotive

Lenz 40258-02 DB Br55 0-8-0 Steam Locomotive with tender.  EpIII O Gauge 

No.55 4416 DB Version. Barrel cab roof
Constructed between 1913 and 1921 to a design  by Robert Garbe the G8.1 was an important machine. Deliberately designed to be heavy for great traction without sanding the G8.1 could only be used on main lines, nevertheless, over 5,000 of them were built for the K.P.E.V. plus export.   Around 1,000 remained in Germany in the 1950s and the last was withdrawn from the DB network in 1972.
 691 G8.1 were converted to Br56.2 by adding a leading bissel truck that reduced axle load, increased stability at speed and allowed these locomotives to work on branch lines.
Livery - Black with red wheels and frames . 
Full DCC Digital function - Running Sounds, Dynamic Smoke generator, Automatic uncoupling, Direction dependant headlights, Cab light, USP and energy storage.

Future project -  Price to be confirmed (rrp €1,585)

£0.00
40259-01 DR Br55 Steam Locomotive
LENZ 40259-0140259-01 DR Br55 Steam Locomotive

Lenz 40259-01 DR Br55 0-8-0 Steam Locomotive with tender.  EpIII O Gauge 

No. 55 4713 DR Version. Barrel cab roof
Constructed between 1913 and 1921 to a design  by Robert Garbe the G8.1 was an important machine. Deliberately designed to be heavy for great traction without sanding the G8.1 could only be used on main lines, nevertheless, over 5,000 of them were built for the K.P.E.V. plus export.   Around 1,000 remained in Germany in the 1950s and 150 were still operated by the DR in 968.  691 G8.1 were converted to Br56.2 by adding a leading bissel truck that reduced axle load, increased stability at speed and allowed these locomotives to work on branch lines.
Livery - Black with red wheels and frames . 
Full DCC Digital function - Running Sounds, Dynamic Smoke generator, Automatic uncoupling, Direction dependant headlights, Cab light, USP and energy storage.
 

Future project - price to be confirmed (rrp €1,585)

£0.00
40259-02 DR Br55 Steam Locomotive
LENZ 40259-0240259-02 DR Br55 Steam Locomotive

Lenz 40259-02 DR Br55 0-8-0 Steam Locomotive with tender.  EpIII O Gauge 

No. 55 3391 DR Version. Barrel cab roof
Constructed between 1913 and 1921 to a design  by Robert Garbe the G8.1 was an important machine. Deliberately designed to be heavy for great traction without sanding the G8.1 could only be used on main lines, nevertheless, over 5,000 of them were built for the K.P.E.V. plus export.   Around 1,000 remained in Germany in the 1950s and 150 were still operated by the DR in 968.  691 G8.1 were converted to Br56.2 by adding a leading bissel truck that reduced axle load, increased stability at speed and allowed these locomotives to work on branch lines.
Livery - Black with red wheels and frames . 
Full DCC Digital function - Running Sounds, Dynamic Smoke generator, Automatic uncoupling, Direction dependant headlights, Cab light, USP and energy storage.
 

Future project - price to be confirmed (rrp €1,585)

£0.00

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