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D5106

D5106

D5106 was constructed by Hartmann (4134/1920). This class was originally ordered for the similarly gauged (1060mm versus 1067mm in Java) Hedjaz Railway in the Middle East but diverted here after that railway was damaged. It was originally Staats Spoorwegen 1506. This 2-8-2 had two outside cylinders 480 x 500 mm with driving wheel diameter of 1070 mm. Boiler pressure was 12.0 kg/cm2, grate area 2.5 m2 with a heating surface of 121.0 m2 and a superheater surface of 40.0 m2. Overall weight was 53.8 tons with 41.0 tons available for adhesion. D5106 is preserved at the Ambarawa Railway Museum. Locomotives of this class were in initially recorded at Cepu in the early 1970s but were later transferred to the Purwokerto area. Some of them carried smoke deflectors.


This photograph is courtesy of Nick Bryant (2001).

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