Modelbouw - Casper (coal-fired loco)



“CASPER” a coal fired G-scale locomotive, based on a HENSCHEL locomotive produced in the 1940's.
The design of “CASPER” gives you the opportunity to work with easy coal firing on 45 mm gauge.

(See report from Nicky Moeken when he delivered our first order)

Other features:
- Water gauge with blow down valve
- Pressure gauge max. 6 Bar
- Hand feed pump in watertank
- Mechanical feed pump under foot plate
- 2 water tanks, total ca.220 cc water
- Spoke wheels
- Drive and coupling rods with bronze bushes
- Front axle with spring suspension
- Electrical fan for firing up

- Regulator - Blower valve
- Reverser - Fire door handle
- Bypass-regulator for feed water

Technical data:
Dimensions / Weight:
Length: 286mm; Height : 154mm; Width: 114mm
Weight: ca. 4,50 kg; Min. radius: R1 (LGB)

ylinderbore 15,87 mm; Stroke 15,87 mm;
Slide valves

Grate dimensions: L x B = 67 x 22,5 mm
2 fire tubes diam: 13 mm; 2 safety valves
Max. working pressure 4 Bar

Available colours:
Footplate, engine and smokebox: Black
Superstructure and boiler:
Brunswick-green, Maroon or Black

Manufactured in Holland on a Regner chassis.

These locos are on a pre-order basis. Orders now being taken at Glendale Junction.


The South Tynedale Railway have a full size one (see pic below). Steam locomotive “Helen Kathryn” arrived at the South Tynedale Railway, Alston, Cumbria on Wednesday 3rd April 1991. It is a 70 horse power, 0-4-0 tank, Riesa class locomotive, built in 1948 by Henschel & Sohn, of Kassel, Germany, works No. 28035.


More information can be found on their website at: