The International Steam Pages
Other Preserved Locomotives in Java
Click here for the main unofficial Ambarawa Railway Museum Home Page. Photographs on this page are courtesy of Rob Dickinson (RD), Lie Tjeng Chiao (LTC) and Hery Nugroho (HN).
Click here for a full list of preserved Indonesian main line steam locomotives.
Click here for more information about the steam locomotives at the Ambarawa Railway Museum.
Click here for more information about the steam locomotives at the Taman Mini Railway Museum.
Click here for more information about the Java's forgotten steam locomotives.
Steam locomotives of the Perusahaan Negara Kereta-Api (PNKA) were numbered according to the Japanese system, with a letter to indicate the number of powered axles followed by two digits for the class (10-49 tank, 50 upwards tender locomotives), then the individual number.
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These are preserved out of use around the island:
Surabaya (outside Pasar Turi station - this shows it at its previous location near Kota station)
Cirebon (outside main station- this shows it at its previous location outside the shed)
At Cibubur between Jakarta and Bogor
At Ambarawa (in military museum)
At Purwokerto (outside railway offices)
At Semarang (PTKA HQ)
At Tegal (outside the wagon works)
Outside Madiun Railway Station
Madiun INKA Workshops (no public access, not confirmed)
At Cepu Forest Railway
The following are 600mm gauge:
Outside Bandung Station
At Taman Mini (not in the Museum)
At Manggarai Works in Jakarta (no public access)
At Tanahabang Shed in Jakarta
This is 1435mm gauge and was never renumbered in the Japanese system::
At SMK N 2 (technical school), Yogyakarta
Click here for the main unofficial Ambarawa Railway Museum Home Page
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