The 1’F mountains express locomotive 100.01 of the Austrian KkStB was the last steam engine by Austrian construction and is he constructional rise of the Württemb. Serie K (type 59), which we have built as a model in 2005. The rapid expansion of passenger traffic on the Tauerntrain, opened in 1209, made new demands on powerful locomotives for passenger- and freight trains.
So Dr. Karl Gölsdorf constructed the 100.01 as first six coupler able to negotiate curves. In 1911 the 100.01 was put into service and satisfied at work with an enormous traction. But at work also were manifested some unapproachabilities. Therefrom it stayed until its retirement in 1928 a single piece.
|Put into service||1911||Year of construction||2011|
|Length over buffers||19,318 mm||Length over buffers||604 mm|
|Weight||95.8 to||Weight||8.7 kg|
|Power||1,500 kW||Scale/Gauge||1:32/Gauge 1|
|Maximum speed||37.3 mph|
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