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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)

B1239

B1239

(1976)

(RD)

0-4-0Tr

Werkspoor

(carries a Beyer Peacock plate!)

94/1903

Cirebon (outside main station- this shows it at its previous location outside the shed)

B1304

B1304

(1990)

(RD)

2-4-0T

Hanomag

1858/1885

At Cibubur between Jakarta and Bogor

B2207

B2207

(1999)

(RD)

0-4-2T

Hartmann

2453/1898

At Ambarawa (in military museum)

B2501

B2501

(1978)

(RD)

0-4-2RT

Esslingen

3242/1902

At Purwokerto (outside railway offices)

C1411

C1411

(1993)

(RD)

0-6-0T

Beyer Peacock

5179/1909

At Semarang (PTKA HQ)

C1412

C1412

(2001)

NB

0-6-0T

Beyer Peacock

5180/1909

At Tegal (outside the wagon works)

C1414

C1414

(1998)

(RD)

0-6-0T

Beyer Peacock

5381/1910

Outside Madiun Railway Station

C2606

C2606

(1995)

(RD)

0-6-0T

Henschel

18630/1921

Madiun INKA Workshops (no public access, not confirmed)

B1602

B1602

(2008)

(Anon.)

0-4-0Tr

Backer & Rueb

124/1895

At Cepu Forest Railway

C2902

C2902

(1984)

(RD)

0-6-0T

Hanomag

9790/1922

The following are 600mm gauge:

Outside Bandung Station

TC1008

TC1008

(1994)

(RD)

0-6-0T

Hartmann

4417/1920

At Taman Mini (not in the Museum)

TC1011

TC1011

(199?)

(LTC)

0-6-0T

Hartmann

4421/1920

At Manggarai Works in Jakarta (no public access) 

TC1015

TC1015

(1983)

(RD)

0-6-0T

Hartmann

4425/1920

At Tanahabang Shed in Jakarta

TD1002

TD1002

(1977)

(RD)

0-8-0T

Werkspoor

556/1926

This is 1435mm gauge and was never renumbered in the Japanese system::

At SMK N 2 (technical school), Yogyakarta

107

107

(2008)

(HN)

0-6-0T

Hanomag

3636/1901


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