Series: Deutsche Dampflokomotiven

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Die Baureihe 39 by Hansjürgen Wenzel1
Die Baureihe 01 by Hansjürgen Wenzel2
Die Baureihe 01.10 by Peter Konzelmann4
Die Baureihe 94 by Hansjürgen Wenzel5
Die Baureihe 57 : die preußische G 10 by Hansjürgen Wenzel6
Die Baureihe 41 by Peter Konzelmann7
Die Baureihe 038
Die Baureihe 53.75 - die Buschtehrader IIIa by Werner Komotauer9
Die Baureihe 55 by Hansjürgen Wenzel10
Die Baureihe 05 by Jürgen Quellmalz12
Die Baureihe 24 by Hansjürgen Wenzel14
Die Baureihe 93 by Gerhard Moll15

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