The fireless stemlocomotive # 6601 of the Bavarian Railway Museum, built in 1912 by Krauss, was one of the most requested locomotives during the first railway event of Nördlingen, because she shunted every now and then one of the inoperable steam locomotives to the turntable for presentation. Here this is the operational 0-4-0 T # 3 "LUCI" built in 1914 by Orenstein and Koppel. "LUCI" was originally built by Orenstein & Koppel as a broad-gauge locomotive for the Russian Ishora Works, but World War I prevented delivery. Re-gauged to 1435 mm in 1916, it came to Farbwerke Hoechst, where it remained until 1975. In the course of its life, the more then hundred year old locomotive was only out of service for a short time.