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C2001 was constructed by Hartmann (2792/1902). It was originally Nederlands Indische Spoorweg Mij 351. This 0-6-2T had two inside cylinders 340 x 400 mm with driving wheel diameter of 1050 mm. Boiler pressure was 12.5 kg/cm2, grate area 1.3 m2 with a heating surface of 66.0 m2. Overall weight was 33.5 tons with 25.2 tons available for adhesion. C2001 is preserved at the Ambarawa Railway Museum. One of a number of similar 'skirt' tanks, all worked branches based on Gundeh and around Solo into the 1970s.
This photograph is courtesy of Rob Dickinson (1978).
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