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    German steam locomotive classes 20 to 39

    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.

    'Personenzuglokomotiven' - Passenger locomotives (as opposed to express passenger locomotives)

    DRG/DB Class and sub-class Origin and class Type Built
    22 Rekolok DR
    (DR rebuilt)
    2-cylinder 4-6-2 Rebuilt in 1958 from Prussian P10's (DRG class 390-2)
    23 Einheitslok
    (DRG Standard design)
    2-cylinder 2-6-2 2 in 1940 - not to be confused with the DB class 23 of 1950
    23 Neubaulok DB
    (DB new design)
    2-cylinder 2-6-2 1950
    2310 Neubaulok DR
    (DR new design)
    2-cylinder 2-6-2 1956
    24 Einheitslok
    (DRG Standard design)
    2-cylinder 2-6-0. They shared many components with the class 64 tank loco 1927
    3473 Mecklenburg P3 2-cylinder 2-4-0 1896
    3476 - although they never carried their DRG numbers Saxon III 2-cylinder 2-4-0 1872
    3477-78 Saxon IIIb 2-cylinder 2-4-0. 1873-76
    3479 Saxon III bV 2-cylinder compound 2-4-0 1892
    3480 Saxon VI bV 2-cylinder compound 2-4-0 1890
    3481
    3482
    Wurttemberg A
    Wurttemberg Ac
    2-cylinder 2-4-0
    2-cylinder compound 2-4-0
    1888-89
    360-4
    366
    3612
    Prussian P42
    Mecklenburg P42
    Oldenburg P42
    2-cylinder compound 4-4-0 1898-1906
    367
    367-8
    Bavarian B XI 2-cylinder 4-4-0
    2-cylinder compound 4-4-0
    1892-95
    36 861 Bavarian rebuilt P 2/4 2-cylinder 4-4-0 1896, rebuilt 1908
    369-10 Saxon VIII V2 2-cylinder compound 4-4-0 1897-1900
    3611 Baden IIc 2-cylinder 4-4-0 1892
    3612
    3670
    Oldenburg P41
    Prussian P41
    2-cylinder 4-4-0 1896-97
    370-1 Prussian P6 2-cylinder 2-6-0 1903
    380 Bavarian P3/5N 4-cylinder compound 4-6-0 1905
    382-3 Saxon XII H2 2-cylinder 4-6-0 1910
    384 Bavarian P3/5H 4-cylinder compound 4-6-0 1921
    3810-40 Prussian P8 2-cylinder 4-6-0 2350 from 1906 onwards
    3870 Baden IV e2-6 4-cylinder compound 4-6-0 1895
    390-2 Prussian P10 3-cylinder 2-8-2 1922

    [ last updated 1st Jan 2004 ]