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D5011 was constructed by Hartmann (3783/1914), other examples were built by Hanomag, SLM and Werkspoor. It was originally Staats Spoorwegen 911. This 2-8-0 had two outside cylinders 485 x 510 mm with driving wheel diameter of 1106 mm. Boiler pressure was 12.0 kg/cm2, grate area 2.3 m2 with a heating surface of 93.7 m2 and a superheater surface of 30.4 m2. Overall weight was 51.7 tons with 43.0 tons available for adhesion. D5011 is preserved at Taman Mini near Jakarta. In Java these locomotives were recorded at Jember into the 1970s, although most of the last survivors like this one were based in South Sumatra.
This photograph is courtesy of Rob Dickinson (1991).
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