About and a model of the narrow gauge steam engine designated Bn2t Freudenstein.
Julius Freudenstein produced steam engines in his factory in Berlin between 1891 and 1905. In 1904 he received an order for a steam engine that would have a water capacity of 1200 liters and carry 350 kilograms of coal. It was to run on 1000 mm track. It was able to run at 40 km per hour. It weighed about 9.4 tons. It was designated Bn2t.
There were about 300 of these engines built. There are now only 5 of these narrow gauge steam engines in existance.
The German authorities eventually sent all the engines to serve on the “Eastern Front”.
Plans To Build Bn2t Freudenstein
You get plans to model this Freudenstein narrow gauge steam engine Bn2t
Here are pictures of a replica model that you can build.
Here is a forum discussion about the BN2t which discussion is centered on the model that is described. Construction Report
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
Number/size of the sheets with parts to cut out: 7,5 x A4
Number/size of the sheets with instruction drawings: 5,5 x A4
1 page of photographs of the model
Colour side view
Difficulty level of the model in 1-5 scale: 4 (from 1-very simple to 5-very complicated)
Length of the model: 196 mm
Author: Jan KoÅ‚odziejÂ
You may purchase this plan book at Freudenstein Bn2t