C38 1:32 live steam locomotive (Brass made)

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Quick Details
Material:
Metal
Type:
Brass, Gas fired ,Ceramic Burner
Product Type:
Model
Technique:
Welding
Style:
Antique Imitation
Use:
Art & Collectible
Theme:
Sports
Regional Feature:
China
Place of Origin:
Anhui, China (Mainland)
Brand Name:
BOWANDE
Model Number:
G scale (Gauge 1)
Power:
Live steam

Upon recommendation, we are lucky to choose C38 
as the first Australia Locomotive which is made in G 
scale, gas fired with Cramic Burner.

We will offer the models in Streamlined and Un-streamlined
versions in a variety of liveries and numbers. 
Again in very limited quantity, please reserve early ! 



Prototype History Introduction

The C38 class was a class of steam locomotives built for the
New South Wales Government Railways in Australia.


Built between January 1943 and November 1949, the 30
locomotives in the class were designed to haul express trains. 
They were the only New South Wales locomotives to use the 
Pacific 4-6-2 wheel arrangement and were the last steam
locomotives built for passenger train operations.


The C38 class was first conceived in the 1930s being heavily 
influenced by North American and other streamlined locomotives 
of the time. The NSWGR needed a locomotive to eliminate the
complications of double heading required on a number of fast 
interstate passenger trains.


Among the services they initially hauled were the Central West 
Express, Newcastle Flyer, Melbourne Limited, Reverina Express 
and South Coast Daylight Express as well as the overnight mail
trains. Because of their axle-load they were confined to operating 
between Port Kembla, Albury, Dubbo and Maitland.


Following the arrival of diesel locomotives in the 1950s the C38s 
began to haul lesser passenger and freight trains and  were gradually
phased out.    In April 1962 3830 and 3813 hauled the in-augral 
standard gauge Spirit of Progress from Albury to Sydney. In
August 1970, 3801 hauled the Western Endeavour to Perth 
following the completion of standard gauge Trans Australian 
Railway with 3813 assisting as far as Port Pirie. In April 1988, 
3801 again operated to Perth during the Australian Bicentenary.

The first C38s were withdrawn in 1961 and the last was withdrawn 
in December 1970.



Technical Parameter 

1.   Dimensions (L*W*H):   736.2mm*94.6mm*136.3mm 
2.   Wheel configuration:  4-6-2
3.   Burning system:  Ceramic Burner, gas fired
4.   Working cylinder:  two
5.   Cylinder diameter & stroke:  14.2mm*20.6mm  
6.   Minimum radius:  2m
7.   Boiler working pressure:  60psi 
8.   Diameter of boiler: 54mm


Model Features  

All brass construction 
Copper boiler 
Butane gas fired 
Ceramic Burner
Adjustable safety valves 
Walschaerts’ valve gear 

Axle pump and hand pump 
Lubricator 
Visible water level glass 
Workable whistle 
UK imported pressure gauge 
R/C ready or Installed