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    Brawa German Steam Locomotive BR 001 of the DB (Sound Decoder)  
        

    Brawa 40983

    This is a 2024 New Item

    Price: $661.40
    Sale Price: $608.49


    System Scale Country Era Railway Dimensions
    AC HO Germany IV DB 275.3mm
    Brawa 40983 - German Steam Locomotive BR 001 of the DB (Sound Decoder)

    Product Features and Details
    HO Scale AC Era IV PluX22 Includes a digital decoder Includes a sound effect 

    MODEL DETAILS

    Boiler, driver's cab and tender as finely detailed
    Plastic components made
    Openwork bar frame and spoked wheels made of die-cast zinc
    Sound decoder installed or prepared for installation
    Driver's cab illuminated
    Period-appropriate lighting
    Standard shaft at the rear, guided by the backdrop
    Close coupling between locomotive and tender
    True-to-original replica of the back wall of the standing kettle
    Individually scheduled climbs and steps
    Drive in the tender for optimal driving characteristics
    Single axle bearing in metal
    True-to-scale wheelbase
    Filigree driving and coupling rods made of metal
    Fire flickering (Digital EXTRA version)
    Engine lighting (Digital EXTRA version)
    Note on the minimum radius of the BR 01: The BR 01 steam locomotive models are technically suitable for operation with a minimum radius of R 360 mm. For optimal driving characteristics, we recommend use from R 420 mm.

    INFORMATION ABOUT THE ROLE MODEL

    Before the BR 01 series gained its reputation as “the” German express locomotive, the companies Borsig (01 001-008) and AEG (01 009-010) delivered a total of ten pre-series locomotives to the Deutsche Reichsbahn Gesellschaft (DRG). It started with 01 008, which is still preserved today and was handed over to the DRG on January 10, 1926. However, the locomotives were ahead of their time back then, as many routes and depots were not yet prepared for an axle load of 20 tons. The operational routes were therefore still very limited in the first few years of operation. This caused the testing of the new locomotives to take longer. The most noticeable difference to the later series locomotives was that the first ten 01s had a visibly longer driver's cab. There were also differences in the structural design of the frame and many other details.


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