S6 H0 BRASS MICRO-METAKIT 05704H. Heißdampflokomotive Reihe 135 1-C-1 der ÖBB - OVP
Model: Mikro Metakit model of the ÖBB universal locomotive 135.308, Floridsdorf 1910, condition 1959, tender 3-axled 156, vacuum brake, Dabegpumpe dismantled, spokes pre and after-wheels, train transmission line Amstetten, painting black-black
The models have excellent running characteristics due to balanced suspension, fully engineered two-cylinder compound engine, the original highly detailed frame construction, fully replicated brake system and are handcrafted in brass, nickel silver and stainless steel!
Prototype: The steam locomotive series kkStB 429 was a passenger train-tug locomotive series of the imperial-royal Austrian state railways (kkStB).
When the Schmidt superheater became ready for series production, Karl Gölsdorf modified the series 329 to the super steam variant 429. The smoke chamber was extended, the long boiler accordingly shortened, the high pressure cylinder received spool, the low pressure cylinder flat spool. The locomotive factory Floridsdorf, the Wiener Neustadt locomotive factory and the locomotive factory of StEG delivered 57 pieces (429.01-57) to the kkStB.
Despite the small superheater surface problems occurred with the flat slide of the low pressure side. Therefore, the following 126 machines with piston valves were supplied on both sides (429.100-225). At the same time a twin variant was tested with piston valves, of which finally 197 pieces were procured by the kkStB (429.900-999 and 429.1900-1996).
The Südbahn procured six pieces of compound machines (with piston valves), which they referred to as 429.01-06.
The 429 was used as a universal machine and made with good coal up to 1200 hp. They were to be found almost in the whole area of the Danube monarchy.
After the First World War, there were the former 429er as a series 354.7 at the ČSD, as a series Ol12 at the PKP, as a number 106 at the JD, as number 688 in the FS and maintaining the row number at the Romanian state railway. A total of 87 pieces (46 compound, 41 twin locomotives) remained the BBÖ. The six southern railway machines came to the MÁV, which gave them the designation 323,901-906. In addition, the ex kkStB 429.116 on the PKP as Ol12-24 came to the MÁV as 323.907, whose name was later changed to 323.908.
In 1939, the DRB duplicated the twin machines in 35 201-241 and the compound machines in 35 301-346. In the course of the fighting some locomotives of the ČSD and JD came to the DRB. After the Second World War, the ÖBB remained 46 twin locomotives, as a series 35, and 39 compound machines, which were designated as row 135. The ordinal numbers were not changed compared to the DRB.
The last of your series the 135.334 was retired by the ÖBB on 3.12.1962.
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