Old building electric locomotive EG 508 or later E 70 08 of the KPEV / DRG Era 1/2, small series model, for H0, mostly made of white metal and brass and with spring buffers, function OK, see photos below, GDR handwork model? The model may have come from a conversion proposal from the model railway booklet ME 09/1958, quite well preserved see photos, function well, the first two machines were delivered in the spring of 1913 and designated as EG 507 and 508 Halle. The Deutsche Reichsbahn (DRG) assigned the remaining Prussian test locomotives EG 502 - EG 506 as well as EG 507 and EG 508 of the KPEV to the E 70 series. The locomotive had mainly been successfully tested on the Dessau-Bitterfeld section electric train operation in central Germany, both locomotives came to Silesia in June 1915. There they were assigned to Nieder Salzbrunn depot and redesignated as EG 507/508 Breslau.
Application was initially Silesia - - but it may also be a model from the company Westmodel Altbau EG 508 or Electric locomotive E 70 08 of the KPEV or DRG Ep. 2, small series model, BW Freilassing loco, for H0 in original packaging, small series model, H0 small series model, brass handwork model H0 in original packaging, in good to sehr gut erhalten, function well, in the spring of 1913 the first two machines were delivered and as EG 507 and 508 Hall. After the cessation of electric train operations in Central Germany due to the war, both locomotives came to Silesia in June 1915. There they were assigned to Nieder Salzbrunn depot and designated EG 507 and EG 507 respectively. Due to unsatisfactory running characteristics, its top speed had to be reduced from 70 to 50 km/h.
When the long-awaited Silesian electric locomotives finally arrived at the beginning of the 1920s, there was no longer any real need for the two machines. Both were driven to Bavaria on April 9th, 1923 and served the ED Munich as shunting locomotives. They were renumbered E 70 08 and 09 in 1926; two years later, road number E 70 07 was retired, followed by road number E 70 08 in 1938. In the coming weeks we will be making many more rare small series models from Micro Metakit, fuchs, Intermodel, M + F, Westmodel, Metropolitan, Model Loco, Reitz, Schnabel, Weinert, Lemaco, Tenshodo, Trix Fine kind. A H0 direct current, 2 rail DC tin plate model!!Very rare metal handwork model, very small edition. The packaging may have labels and signs of storage.