Busch 12136 Diesel Locomotive Deutz Omz 122 F
With a working headlight.Closed version.Wheel alignment B. Length: 43 mm.The Deutz OMZ 122 Ffield railway locomotive Busch has realized a popular towing vehicle with the Deutz OMZ 122 field railway locomotive.The locomotive was built by Humboldt-Deutz in Cologne between 1932 and 1942 and was primarily used for shunting.The design is limited to the essentials: the locomotives are only equipped with a simple manual transmission and do not even have a compressed air brake.One wheel set is driven directly, the second set is carried via a coupling rod.The 600 mm track version has an output of 40 hp and a top speed of 17.5 km / h.The engine is started with compressed air.The details such as crank rods, exhaust, nameplate, etc. are filigree in the model.By the way - Deutz did not have independent type designations for its locomotives, but also used the designation of the engines for the locomotives. So that one can distinguish the locomotives by name, it has become common to add an "F" for field locomotive, an "R" for shunting locomotive and an "F" for pit locomotive to the engine designation.