Brawa HO Scale AC Steam Locomotives

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Originally, the series designation was intended to be 33, however the G 10 finally received the designation BR 57.10-35. In total, there were 2,358 engines with this designation. Just like in Prussian times, these engines were used especially on routes with a weaker superstructure but heavy goods traffic. Included here were Rbd (imperialrailway directorate) Essen, Wuppertal,Breslau, Erfurt, Hannover and Kassel. The G 10 also quickly became established in the Bavarian directorates, with Augsburg, Munchen,Nuremberg, Regensburg, Wurzburg and Ludwigshafen together accounting for 156 G 10s by 1924.

  • Boiler, chassis, tender and body in die-cast zinc
  • Finest metal spoked wheels
  • Smoke generator and sound decoder
  • Either built in or as a retrofit option
  • True-to-epoch lighting, multipart lamp housing
  • Illuminated driver's cab
  • Standard shaft front and rearwith link guide
  • Slose coupling between locomotive and tender
  • Perfectly replicated back boilerplate
  • Metal, filigree reversing gear
  • Finest paintwork and printing
  • Lines and extra mounted parts in minimum material thickness
  • Drive in the locomotive
  • Empty coal chute, coal insert enclosed
  • Single axle bearing
  • 2 Wheels with Traction Tires
  • Coupler Pockets with Close Coupling Mechanism
  • Mainly Metal Contruction
  • 360mm Min. Radius
  • Motor with Flywheel
  • Double White Directional Headlights
  • Interior Lighting

We fully test & inspect every locomotive before it ships to you.
Era II (1925-1945)
DR (Deutsche Reichsbahn (East Germany))
Last one!
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