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The 43 class was built by the German locomotive works Henschel und Schwartzkopff in the years 1927-28. The locomotive had a two-cylinder engine and a capacity of 200 psi. The maximum speed was 70 km/h. Coupled with a tender type 2’2 T32 it could carry 10 tonnes of coal and 32 m³ of water. The length over buffers was 22,615 mm. Later the 43 class locos were often coupled with type 2’2 T30 short tenders. In addition many locomotives received Wagner und Witte type wind deflectors. Coupled with a type 2’2 T30 tender it could carry 10 tonnes of coal and 30 m³ of water. The length over buffers was 21,920 mm. The last 43 class locos went out of service in 1967.
|Product name:||Dampflokomotiven BR 43 Tender 2’2 T30 & BR 43 Tender 2’2 T32|
Includes: Plastic sprues, Waterslide decals, Clear parts
|Released:||2013 | Rebox (Unknown what changed)|