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Era designation II
BBÖ
Austria

Tender Locomotive BR 178 BBÖ

Road no.: 178.802

Item no. 40796
Direct current Analogue BASIC+
Prepared for locomotive sound
20
Locomotive is prepared for the installation of a smoke generator
Available
Item no. 40798
Direct current Digital EXTRA
Integrated locomotive sound
Locomotive has a smoke generator
Decoder Doehler & Haass
Available
Direct current Analogue BASIC+

Prepared for locomotive sound

20
Locomotive is prepared for the installation of a smoke generator

Direct current Digital EXTRA

Integrated locomotive sound

Locomotive has a smoke generator

Decoder Doehler & Haass

Vehicle predominatly in metal

106,9
Length over buffer in mm

Navigable minimum radius 360 mm

Next18 electrical interface

Locomotive has flywheel drive

Double headlights alternating with the direction of travel

The model has a coupler pocket and short coupling cinematic

The model has spring buffers

 

Model details

  • Now with new sound
  • Metal chassis, boiler, wheels and water tanks
  • Extra mounted metal handrails
  • True-to-epoch lighting, multipart lamp housing
  • Finest paintwork and printing
  • Filigree reversing gear
  • Smoke generator and sound decoder, either built in or as a retrofit option
 
 

Info about the original

After the First World War, the stock of locomotives of the 178 class had been seriously depleted. There were only 66 machines that could be taken over by the BBÖ. Through rebuilding and the acquisition of locomotives built for private railways, they increased the stock slightly to 85 units. In 1938, DRG classified 84 of them as 92 2211 - 92 2294.The ÖBB had 50 locomotives in 1945. They were deployed for shunt service and for the operation of ports. Most of them were discharged and disassembled between 1958 and 1968. 4 of these little machines still remain in Austria today.

 

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