The International Steam Pages
C1140 was constructed by Hartmann (1759/1891). It was originally Staats Spoorwegen 146 and later 346. This 2-6-0T had two outside cylinders 380 x 509 mm with driving wheel diameter of 1106 mm. Boiler pressure was 12.0 kg/cm2, grate area 1.1 m2 with a heating surface of 61.1 m2. Overall weight was 31.2 tons with 25.1 tons available for adhesion. C1140 is preserved at the Ambarawa Railway Museum. The oldest of Indonesia's steam locomotives to survive into the 1970s, they were found widely distributed in Java and some were also found in South Sumatra.
This photograph is courtesy of Nick Bryant (2001).
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