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passenger coach Cu kkStB

Item no.:  Brawa-45644
passenger coach Cu kkStB - Image 1
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Manufacturer: Brawa
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Era designation I
Road no.: 9107
Constructive consideration of the varying details between the different eras, e. g. walkway on the roof and ventilators
Three-point support
Perforated coach body supports
Finely detailed, three-dimensional railing
Short coupling kinematics
Replica of the vacuum brake
After numerous plans and decades-long projects and discussions, the Vienna light railway was built from 1898. However, instead of the planned six lines, only four were built, covering a track length of some 39 km. The central government bore the lion's share of the cost, while the city of Vienna and the federal state of Lower Austria also contributed. As a reflection of this cost distribution, city planning considerations played only a subordinate role in construction. Instead, military strategies dominated. That is why there was neither a direct line into the centre, nor was electric traction used, even though the technology was already available then for urban transport. The track was built in standard gauge, and the railway was operated by k.k.Staatsbahn with steam locomotives. For the anticipated traffic, a total of 864 two-axle passenger train wagons of classes Cu and CDu were bought between 1896 and 1902. They featured a wheel base of 5,000 mm, a high, domed roof, steam heating, vacuum brakes and a brown wooden exterior with characteristic double windows. This shape served as a model for many other passenger train wagons for local railways. Later, the roof ends were sometimes built straight and the wagon bodies received sheet metal panelling. After the city of Vienna leased and electrified part of the city railway, it also served regional traffic in the wider Vienna area. In 1941, both classes were adopted in the DRG number range und the numbers 206 541-207 117 (ex Cu) and 207 701-207 838 (ex CDu). Due to the events of the war, many wagons were spread over half of Europe, ending up after 1945 for instance with DR, and in Yugoslavia and Romania. As a representative of the original Vienna light railway, a Cu 9424 is today on display in the Vienna Technical Museum.
HO gauge 16,5mm
power supply
product type
passenger coach
technical & model details
couplers Kurzkupplungskinematik
interior details ja
interior lighting nachrüstbar
running number 9107
scale 1:87
Austria kkStB
era (continental)
era I
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Die Firma BRAWA Artur Braun Modellspielwarenfabrik wurde 1948 von Artur Braun gegründet und wird heute von der Familie Braun in 2. und 3. Generation weitergeführt. Am Firmensitz in Remshalden in Baden-Württemberg werden Modelleisenbahnen und Zubehör in verschiedenen Maßstäben hergestellt. Lokomotiven, Wagen, Lampen und Zubehör haben viele Hersteller im Programm, aber hier werden auch Seilbahnen und eine große Auswahl an Zubehör wie Telefonzellen, Uhren und vieles mehr hergestellt und vertrieben. Im Zubehörprogramm finden sich eine große Auswahl an Kabeln und dazugehörigen Verbindern sowie viele Birnen und andere Elektroteile, ohne die eine Modellbahn nicht funktioniert.
Nicht nur der H0 Bahner findet hier ein riesiges Programm, auch die N-Bahner und Spur 0 Freunde finden hier eine große Auswahl. Auch für die Spuren G und Z werden einige Teile angeboten. Die H0 Lokomotiven werden für Gleichstrom und Wechselstrom gebaut, sie haben heute alle eine Schnittstelle, viele haben schon Decoder eingebaut und sind mit Sound, sowie im Fall von Dampfloks, auch mit Rauchgeneratoren ausgerüstet.

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