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D1007 was constructed by Hartmann (3804/1914). It was originally Serajoedal Stoomtram Mij 201. This Klien Lindner axled 0-8-0T had two outside cylinders 400 x 520 mm with driving wheel diameter of 850 mm. Boiler pressure was 12.0 kg/cm2, grate area 1.2 m2 with a heating surface of 42.2 m2 and a superheater surface of 12.3 m2. Overall weight was 30.0 tons. D1007 is preserved at the Ambarawa Railway Museum. Locomotives of this class were active around Tegal and Purwokerto in Central Java into the 1970s.
This photograph is courtesy of Nick Bryant (2001).
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