Su 214 steam locomotive
Su 214 was the first steam locomotive developed and produced in the Soviet Union from 1924 to 1951. Despite the fact that this locomotive was indicated only as a version, it has so many design differences from the prototype that it can rightfully be considered as a new type of locomotive. The most mass Soviet passenger steam locomotive that rode on the vast majority of the country's railways until the late 1960s. It is considered one of the world's best steam locomotives.
The model itself is a very detailed copy of the original Su steam locomotive and looks extremely realistic. The most interesting elements of construction such as a wheelbase, steam boiler elements and the foot-plate of locomotive are carefully specified.
The Su steam locomotive model has HO scale and is compatible with the other UMBUM's rolling stocks and buildings in HO scale. As HO is the most popular scale of model railway in the world, we can tell that this model would be compatible with the other wagons and buildings as well.
The model is made of durable cardboard of 0.5 millimeters thick; it has double-sided full-color printing and embossing (note that embossing is a unique technology for cardboard models!). The model could be easily assembled without glue or scissors. It is provided with colorful language independent step-by-step instructions.
|Historical period||20th century|
|Shipping weight||0.35 kg|
|Contents||83 details, an assembly instruction|
|Complexity of the assembly||4 (5)|
|Size of the assembled model (L*W*H)||11x1x2.5 inches (285x35x65 mm)|