This is an .stl file of a model German steam locomotive suitable for wargaming in 15mm scale. It has been designed to be printable on any standard FDM printer, such as the Ender 3. For rails, it is compatible with TT-scale 12mm gauge track, which is the same dimensions used by Battlefront Games’ railway scenery. It should also be compatible with rolling stock from Kreative Scenery. I am not affiliated with them in any way; their work merely inspired me to create these models, so I’m linking to their page out of appreciation. Derivation from any real-world prototype has been done for ease of printing or durability in handling for tabletop wargaming.
DRG Class 64 Steam Engine
The DRG Class 64 was a German passenger tank engine in service between 1928 until 1975. Sharing a common boiler and drive components with the Class 24 series, the Class 64 had a type 1’C1′ (2-6-2T) wheel arrangement was of used mostly for local passenger service. It proved capable and was popular with crews, earning a 12-year production run comprising some 520 examples built. It’s nickname, ‘Bob’ (Bubikopf), came from the popular women’s hairstyle of the time.