Model of the steam locomotive U2 of the Zillertalbahn in Austria.
The paint scheme and lettering are true to the original for Era VI, just as the locomotive is still in service with the historic train between Jenbach and Mayrhofen.
Drive with a powerful Bühler motor on all three drive wheel sets, traction tires. Completely revised model with new lamps, added boiler attachments and attached etched locomotive plates. Equipped with a
mfx / DCC decoder with many digitally accessible and switchable functions such as various light and sound functions as well as a smoke generator with steam output synchronized with the wheel. Triple headlights that change with the direction of travel, driving noise and two sounds that can be triggered by reed switches also work in analog mode.
The Austrian steam locomotives of the U series were among the most built narrow-gauge steam locomotives in Europe. 54 of these locomotives, which weigh 24 tons and are 7.2 meters long, were built between 1894 and 1922 for various narrow-gauge railroads in what was then Austria-Hungary. With an output of 225 hp and a top speed of 35 km / h, they met all the requirements placed on them. Even today, some of them are still in use on various museum railways, including the U2 of the Zillertalbahn, built in 1900, which runs between Jenbach and Mayrhofen in Tyrol.
|Power system: ||DC|
|Length over buffer:||34 cm|
|Manufacturer price:||879,00 €|