H0 1:87
Power system DC
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Brawa 46726
Genus Pwih

Recommended retail price: 72,50 €

54,83 €
Corresponds to export price of:
53,22 USD
Available from stock
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Description & specifications

Baggage car Pwih of the ÖBB
Company number: 65 112

metal axle holder
axle box cover
Brake shoes in wheel plane
Individually attached ascents and steps
axle brake linkage
braking system
coil fan
Variant-based interior design
Extra spring packs
Fine rivets and engravings

The development of the two-axle standard throughput wagons of the interchangeable design is closely linked to the emergence of standardization for components in the railway sector as a key industry in the 1920s. The Deutsche Reichsbahn Gesellschaft (DRG) had set itself the goal of having wagon components manufactured across companies according to the same specifications and conditions in order to be able to drastically reduce the maintenance effort in its own works later and to make components interchangeable. Against this background, the DRG commissioned the Gesellschaft Deutscher Waggonfabriken (D.W.V.) with the development and delivery of the desired standard throughput wagons. Due to the specification of the interchangeable construction, around 1,400 drawings for each individual wagon type were no longer necessary. Rather, there was a basic type, on which the modified types with approx. 150 own drawings were built. Starting in 1928, almost 5,500 cars of the various types BCi-28, Ci-28, CDi-29, Pwi-28, Ci-29 BCi-29, Pwi-29, Bi-29 and Ci-30 were built in several delivery series for the Passenger traffic. The wagons met the expectations of the DRG. As a result, many older state railway wagons and splinter types could be retired. The running characteristics of the cars, which were not particularly satisfactory for the passengers, quickly earned them the well-known nickname

"blunderbusses". The turmoil of war inevitably meant that many European railway companies were also able to have two-axle standard through-carriage cars in their inventory. What they all had in common, however, was that the cars retired from general entertainment stock in the late 1960s and early 1970s. The carriages that still exist today are very popular with various museum railways in Germany and abroad.
Manufacturer: Brawa
Gauge: H0
Railway Company:ÖBB
Power system: DC
Interior Fittings:with arranged interior
Interior Fittings:Interior lighting can be retrofitted
Length over buffer:160 mm
Coupler:Shaft NEM 362 with KK kinematics
Delivery Date:08 / 2022
Manufacturer price:72,50 €

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