Product Features and Details
The KkStB (Imperial Austrian Rairoad) purchased 69 class 47 locomotives. The class 47 were built between 1889 and 1900 by the Wiener Neustadt Locomotive Factory in Vienna Austria and by the StEG Locomotive factory in Linz Austria. A total of 69 were produced and they were mainly used for freight service. Many variations were built using different types of boilers, pumps and fittings. After World War I many were given to the PKP (Polish State Railroad) and other countries as war reparations. During WWII the Deutsche Reichsbahn took over three locomotives in 1938. They were re-numbered to class 53.7101-03. The last class 47 was taken out of service in 1958.
Model: Micro Metakit's new class 47 is a master piece and is handmade in brass; it features full cab interior, functional boiler hatch with full boiler details, and a brush-less, ironless bell shaped motor. This model is exquisite and it features too many technical and optical details to list. Please keep in mind that quantities are extremely limited, so we recommend that you not wait too long because they will sell out soon. Micro Metakit only produced 55 worldwide. Models are NOW IN STOCK!!!