Item number: BR 45481


Model building item, not a toy! Not suitable for children under 14 years!

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Brawa 45481

Compartment Coach C3 of the K.P.E.V., H0

Road no.: Altona 2219 * Length over buffer 145,3 mm

- Wheelsets in toe bearing
-  Originally reproduced, three-dimensional frame body
- Individually mounted axle box cover
- Brake shoes in wheel plane
- Extra mounted steps
- Separately mounted axle brake rod
- Extra mounted brake system
- Extra mounted Wendler-ventilators
- True-original interior fittings
- Wheelchocks attached
- Ttrue-to-epoch different spring buffers
- Fine engravings and rivets

With the drawing-up of the standards for uniform design and construction (Normalien) in 1883/84, the compartment coach started to develop into the preferred railway carriage at the Königlich Preußische Eisenbahn-Verwaltung (KPEV). For the first time, all coaches were also equipped with the skylight roof that was later so typical for Prussia. When the directorates were dissatisfied in particular with the Normalien standards relating to secondary lines, the Royal Railway Directorate (KED) Magdeburg presented over 20 new Normalien sheets in 1891. A crucial visual change was then made in 1904.These drawings were first reviewed in 1907. Typical for the compartment coaches of this period were a wheel base of 7500 mm or 8000 mm, the roof ladder on the end opposite to the handbrake end, and truss axle guards. The procured 3rd-class compartment coaches according to the drawings were kept in stock by the later DRG under the designation C3 Pr 07, the D-coaches after the abolition of the 3rd class under the designation C3tr Pr 09. In 1935, both coach types were still available in a number of 750 and 1200, respectively. However, this allows only few conclusions as to the number of actually built coaches.



Gauge: H0
current system: DC - 2L
group: waggon
subgroup: passenger cars
Railway Company:
Country: Germany
Period: I

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