This is a train model intended for display purposes only (i.e., it does not run on a track).
Adapted from the manufacturer:
The BR 41 class of "standard" locomotives was developed starting in 1936 by the German National Railways (DRG) building program. During the trial period, the BR 41 earned the nickname "Ox Loco" because it was used for hauling fast cattle trains. Subsequently, a total of 366 of the BR 41 locomotives were built, split among almost all of the German locomotive builders. The BR 41 was designed as a so-called multi-purpose locomotive. In addition to its proper application -- hauling express goods trains -- its maximum speed of 90km/h enabled it to be used for fast and even express passenger trains.
Italeri's highly detailed kit of the German Lokomotive BR 41 in 1/87 (HO) scale will measure 27.5cm long when assembled. Includes a track display base.