Steam locomotive 77.23 of the Austrian Federal Railways.
■ Free-standing lines
■ With switchable driver’s cab and engine lighting in digital mode
■ Metal buffers
■ Finest wheels with low flanges
■ Drive and coupling rods made of investment cast metal
The tender locomotive for passenger trains designated as class 77 by the Austrian Federal Railways was procured from 1913 (SB/kkStB class 629) in several series until 1927. The Pacific type 2'C1' h2t steam locomotive was authorized to run at a maximum speed of 85 km/h. Practically every depot in Austria was at one time or another equipped with class 77 locomotives. The West and Südbahn lines and their branch lines were just a part of the 77's operational area as the Inntal line or the Lindau-Bregenz-St. Margarethen connection. It was not until 1975 that the last locomotives were decommissioned - with the end of steam traction in Austria.
- Coupling - NEM shaft 362 with close coupling mechanism
- Minimum radius - 358 mm
- Number of axles with traction tyres - 1
- Number of driven axles - 3
- Flywheel - yes
- Interface - Electrical interface for traction units PluX22
- Head light - Digitally switchable dual headlights
- Interior lighting - Yes
- Interior lighting - LED