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    German steam locomotive classes 01 to 19

    Author: John Oxlade, Salfords, England (email: )


    Most of the information outlined below was gleaned from the series of books Eisenbahn-Fahrzeug-Archiv, Dampflokomotiven deutscher Eisenbahn, published by alba.

    In the table below, the link to the image will be in the column appropriate to the version.
    i.e. If it's in it's original form, it'll be in the Origin and class column.
    If it's running with a DRG or DB number, it'll be in the DRG/DB column.
    If it's a DB rebuilt version, then it will be DB rebuilt that's highlighted.

    'Schnellzuglokomotiven' - Express passenger locomotives

    DRG/DB Class and sub-class Origin and class Type Built
    010-2 Einheitslok
    (DRG Standard design)
    2-cylinder 4-6-2 231 between 1925-35
    Many later rebuilt by both the DB and DR.
    DR rebuilds were re-classified 015
    0110 Einheitslok
    (DRG Standard design)
    Streamlined 3-cylinder 4-6-2 1939
    All later de-streamlined by the DB
    02 Einheitslok
    (DRG Standard design)
    4-cylinder compund 4-6-2 10 in 1925
    Rebuilt between 1937-42 into 2-cyliner 01's
    030-2 Einheitslok
    (DRG Standard design)
    'Lightweight' 2-cylinder 4-6-2 298 between 1930-35
    Some rebuilt by the DR in 1969
    0310 Einheitslok
    (DRG Standard design)
    Streamlined 'lightweight' 3-cylinder 4-6-2 1939
    All later de-streamlined by the DB and DR
    04 Experimental Einheitslok
    (DRG Standard design)
    A unique high pressure 4-cylinder compund 4-6-2 One in 1932
    Scrapped in 1939
    05 Einheitslok
    (DRG Standard design)
    Streamlined 3-cylinder 4-6-4 3 slightly different from 1932-34
    05 001 is preserved in the Verkehrsmuseum in Nürnberg with it's streamlined casing replaced on one side.
    05 002 held the World Rail speed record for a short time (200.4km/h) until beaten by the British 'Mallard'.
    05 003 was originally built with a cab-forward configuration.
    All were de-streamlined. 05 002 and 05 003 were scrapped by 1958.
    06 Einheitslok
    (DRG Standard design)
    Streamlined 3-cylinder 4-8-4 2 in 1939
    10 Neubaulok DB
    (DB new design)
    Semi-streamlined 3-cylinder 4-6-2 2 in 1957
    130
    1318
    Prussian and Oldenburg S3 2-cylinder compound 4-4-0 1892-1903
    135 Prussian S4 2-cylinder 4-4-0 1906
    136-8
    1318
    Prussian S52 and Oldenburg S52 2-cylinder compound 4-4-0 1903-1905
    1310-12 Prussian S6 2-cylinder 4-4-0 1906
    Renumbered 13 501-556 in 1941
    1315
    1371
    Saxon VIII V1 2-cylinder compound 4-4-0 1900
    1316 Württemberg AD 2-cylinder compound 4-4-0 1899
    1317 Württemberg ADh 2-cylinder 4-4-0 1907
    1370 Saxon VIII V2 2-cylinder 4-4-0 1891
    140 Prussian S9 4-cylinder compound 4-4-2 1907
    141 Rebuilt Pfalz P31 4-cylinder compound 4-4-2 1913
    141 Bavarian S 2/5 4-cylinder compound 4-4-2 1904
    142 Saxon XV 4-cylinder compound 4-4-2 1900
    143 Saxon X H 1 2-cylinder 4-4-2 1909
    144 Baden IId 4-cylinder compound 4-4-2 1902
    150 Bavarian S 2/6 A unique experimental high speed 4-cylinder compound 4-4-4 1906
    160 Oldenburg S10 2-cylinder 2-6-2 1916
    170-1 Prussian S10 4-cylinder 4-6-0 1910
    172 Prussian S102 3-cylinder 4-6-0 1914
    173 Bavarian CV 4-cylinder compound 4-6-0 1899
    174 Bavarian S 3/5N 4-cylinder compound 4-6-0 1903
    175 Bavarian S 3/5H 4-cylinder compound 4-6-0 1906
    176 Saxon XII H 4-cylinder 4-6-0 1906
    177 Saxon XII HV 4-cylinder compound 4-6-0 1908
    178 Saxon XII H1 2-cylinder 4-6-0 1909
    1710-11 Prussian S101 4-cylinder compound 4-6-0 1911-1914
    180 Saxon XVIII H 3-cylinder 4-6-2 1917
    181 Württemberg C 4-cylinder compound 4-6-2 1914
    182 Baden IV f1-4 4-cylinder compound 4-6-2 1907-1913
    18 201 Rekolok DR
    (DR rebuilt)
    Unique 3-cylinder 4-6-2 rebuilt from pre-WWII streamlined tank loco 61 002 1961
    183 Baden IV h1-3 4-cylinder compound 4-6-2 1918
    The DB did a major rebuild on 18 323 in 1950
    18 314 Rekolok DR
    (DR rebuilt)
    Unique 3-cylinder 4-6-2 rebuilt from a Baden IV h2 1960
    184-5 Bavarian S 3/6
    Later examples were built for the DRG
    Many slight variations (e.g. S3/6c), but all 4-cylinder compound 4-6-2 1908-1930
    186 Umbaulok DB
    DB rebuilt 185 - the later DRG examples
    4-cylinder compound 4-6-2 1954
    190 Saxon XX HV 4-cylinder compound 2-8-2 1918, some rebuilt in 1964 by the DR
    1910 DRG experimental An unusual streamlined 2-8-2 with 2 inclined cylinders per powered axle - 8 cylinders in total 1941

    [ last updated 1st Jan 2004 ]