It was the largest, most powerful and most modern German locomotive with this wheel arrangement. The last ones were taken our of service in 1947. Now the G 4/5 H is making its comeback as a Brawa H0 gauge model in two versions with fascinating details. High quality: chassis, wheels and rigging in die-cast zinc. Attentive details such as a fully functioning drive train, true-to-original back boiler plate, driver and stoker in the cab, driver´s cab light, doors that open and close, real coal for the tender. Audible and visible extras: sound and smoke generator, either built-in or as a retrofit option.
The G 4/5 H is a convincing model with true-to-original details such as fittings and attachement, lights, paintwork and lettering. It´s the details that make the difference. The Bavarian model has 3 rim lights, number plates on the side of the boiler and one rear light on the tender. Boiler, driver´s cab and tender painted in green, the wheels in red.
This model is Brawa's HO flagship model this year and is sure to be good. Due out in October this is one to watch. The model is available in AC or DC format and also with or without sound and smoke generator.