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    Brawa HO Steam Loco BR 19.1 ÖBB, II  
        

    Brawa 40437

    Price: $703.25

    System Scale Country Era Railway Dimensions
    AC HO Austria III BBÖ 275.4mm
    Brawa 40437 - HO Steam Loco BR 19.1 ÖBB, II

    Product Features and Details
    HO Scale AC Era III Includes a digital decoder 

    Alternating current Digital PremiumPrepared for locomotive soundLocomotive is prepared for the installation of a smoke generator The model has spring buffers2 wheels with fiction tyresWith interior lightingThe model has a coupler pocket and short coupling cinematicLength over buffer in mmVehicle predominatly in metal21-pole electrical interface, newLocomotive has flywheel driveDouble headlights alternating with the direction of travel

     

    ·         Finest metal spoked wheels

    ·         Boiler, chassis, water tanks and in die-cast zinc

    ·         5-pole skew-wound motor with 2 flywheel drives

    ·         Link guide between locomotive and tender

    ·         Illuminated driver's cab

    ·         Detailed boiler rear wall

    ·         Spring buffers

    ·         Train driver an fireman in driver's cab

    ·         Multi-part lamp housing

    ·         2 tracrion tyres

    ·         Spoked tender bogies

    ·         Variable locomotive-tender spacing

    ·         Free-standing pipes and handrails made of metal

    ·         Open view between chassis and boiler

    ·         With new smoke deflector

    As early as 1942, the Pt 31, referred to by the DRB as BR 191, in service in the “Eastern March” at that time in order to replace the completely overtaxed streamlined locomotives of BR 03.10. The train ran between Vienna and Passau without stopping. From 1944, 191 locomotives were also used in roundhouses in Vienna, a total of 16 engines being assigned. In 1953 they were given the new name 919. Apart from the Semmering Railway and the Southern Railway, they were used together with the BR 12.0. After electrification, the three steam locomotives were left from 1957 onwards at the Hütteldorf railway station, until they were finally decommissioned in 1961. Since 1989 a “heritage” 919 has existed in Austria. This is Pt 47-138, which was purchased by PKP.


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