Steam Engine SERII T-3 aka TKh1
Information and history of the Steam Engine SERII T-3 aka TKh1.
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The Polish State Railways designated Prussian T-3 Series and similar type locomotives TKh1
These engines were small tank locomotives (0-3-0) that were designed for local traffic and shunting. They were produced in large numbers in Germany for the Prussian Railways during the years 1882 to 1906 and then for other countries and private railways until 1924.
In Poland they were used for training at by Polish factories up until the 1960’s.
Plans To Build T-3 aka THh1
You can get plans to model this steam engine.
Here are some pictures of the completed model.
You get a book of plans and information, including specifications, about the engine.
The plans offer modelers and collectors the opportunity to build a highly detailed, museum quality, replica of the original locomotive. The model can be made using 1 mm card stock, styrene, or brass. The basic instructions in the book focus on card stock construction. Just substitute the material of your choice.
The resulting model is a highly detailed 1 to 25 scale replica of the original engine.
You can see a video review of this book with all the details at this link. Video being updated.
Here are images of some of the pages in the book. They show the visual instructions, text information and instructions plus some of the pages with cutouts.
Do watch the video for complete information.
Plan Book Details
Title Of Book – Pruski Parowoz Towarowy SerII T-3 Z 1882
Number/size of the sheets with parts to cut out: 9 x A3
Number/size of the sheets with instruction drawings: 4 x A3
Steel elements printed with use of metallic paint
Difficulty level of the model in 1-5 scale: 4 (from 1-very simple to 5-very complicated)
Length of the model: 344 mm
Author: Jan KoÅ‚odziej
You can purchase the model at T3