Damplok class 86 of the Austrian Federal Railways.
? All typical ?BB characteristics such as the whistle
? Long cut-out water tank in a welded design
? Unobstructed view through the driver?s cab windows
? Smoke generator retrofittable
The Damplok class 86 was a standard locomotive with tender which was built in large quantities by numerous German locomotive factories for the German Reichsbahn. After the war some of the Damploks remained in Austria and were used for the passenger and freight transport. The locomotive also hauled heavy ore trains together with the class 52 – which definitely was her most spectacular mission! The locomotives had their main bases at the depots Hieflau, Selzthal, Linz, Bischofshofen and St. Veit (Glan). They were scrapped in 1972.