70075 Steam locomotive 77.23, ÖBB

Steam locomotive 77.23, ÖBB



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Steam locomotive 77.23 of the Austrian Federal Railways.

New Design!

■ Free-standing lines
■ Driver's cab and engine lighting installed; in digital mode switchable.
■ Metal buffers
■ Finest wheels with low flanges
■ Drive and coupling rods made of investment cast metal

The tender locomotive for passenger trains designated as class 77 by the Austrian Federal Railways was procured from 1913 (SB/kkStB class 629) in several series until 1927. The Pacific type 2'C1' h2t steam locomotive was authorized to run at a maximum speed of 85 km/h. Practically every depot in Austria was at one time or another equipped with class 77 locomotives. The West and Südbahn lines and their branch lines were just a part of the 77's operational area as the Inntal line or the Lindau-Bregenz-St. Margarethen connection. It was not until 1975 that the last locomotives were decommissioned - with the end of steam traction in Austria.

Additional Information

General data
Coupling NEM shaft 362 with close coupling mechanism
Minimum radius 358 mm
Flywheel yes
Number of driven axles 3
Number of axles with traction tyres 1
Scale H0
Epoch III
Article number 70075
Railway Company ÖBB
Head light Direction dependent dual headlights
LED head light yes
Control DC Analog
Interface Electrical interface for traction units PluX22
Length over buffer 153 mm


Use-Instructions (DE)
Use-Instructions Supplement 1 (DE)
Spare part list (DE)

Spare parts