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C2301 was constructed by Hartmann (3164/1908). It was originally Nederlands Indische Spoorweg Mij 263. This 0-6-0T had two inside cylinders 340 x 400 mm with driving wheel diameter of 1050 mm. Boiler pressure was 12.7 kg/cm2, grate area 0.9 m2 with a heating surface of 39.3 m2. Overall weight was 25.0 tons. C2301 was 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.
In early 2009, the locomotive was moved to Lawang Sewu (the old NIS HQ) in Semarang where it will be restored cosmetically.
This photograph is courtesy of Nick Bryant (2001).
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