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    German steam locomotive classes 60 to 79

    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.

    'Personenzug Tenderlokomotiven' - Passenger (tank) locomotives

    DRG/DB Class and sub-class Origin and class Type Built
    60 Lübeck-Büchner Eisenbahn design Streamlined 2-cylinder 2-4-2 2 in 1935
    61 001 Einheitslok
    (DRG Standard design)
    Streamlined 2-cylinder 4-6-4 designed to pull the Henschel-Wegmann train between Berlin and Dresden. 1935
    61 002 Einheitslok
    (DRG Standard design)
    Streamlined 3-cylinder 4-6-6 designed to pull the Henschel-Wegmann train between Berlin and Dresden. 1937
    Rebuilt by the DR in 1961 in to 18 201
    62 Einheitslok
    (DRG Standard design)
    2-cylinder 4-6-4 1928
    64 Einheitslok
    (DRG Standard design)
    2-cylinder 2-6-2 1928
    65 Neubaulok DB
    (DB new design)
    2-cylinder 2-8-4 1951
    6510 Neubaulok DR
    (DR new design)
    2-cylinder 2-8-4 1954
    66 Neubaulok DB
    (DB new design)
    2-cylinder 2-6-4 1955
    700 Bavarian Pt 2/3 2-cylinder 2-4-0 1909
    701 Baden Ig1-2 2-cylinder 2-4-0 1914
    7071 Bavarian DIX 2-cylinder 2-4-0 1888
    71
    714
    Prussian T51
    Oldenburg T51
    2-cylinder 2-4-2 1895-1907
    71 Einheitslok
    (DRG Standard design)
    2-cylinder 2-4-2 1934
    712 Bavarian Pt 2/4H 2-cylinder 2-4-2 1906
    713 Saxon IV T 2-cylinder 2-4-2 1897
    720 Prussian T52 2-cylinder 4-4-0 1899
    721 Bavarian Pt 2/4N 2-cylinder 4-4-0 1909
    730
    730-1
    731
    732
    Pfalz P 2II
    Bavarian DXII
    Bavarian Pt 2/5N
    Bavarian Pt 2/5H
    2-cylinder 2-4-4 1897-1906
    740-3 Prussian T11 2-cylinder 2-6-0 1903
    744-13 Prussian T12 2-cylinder 4-4-0 1902
    750 Württemberg T5 2-cylinder 2-6-2 191
    751 Baden VI b1-11 2-cylinder 2-6-2 1900-1921
    754
    7510-11
    Baden VI c1-7
    Baden VI c8-9
    2-cylinder 2-6-2 1914-1920
    755 Saxon XIV HT 2-cylinder 2-6-2 1915
    760 Prussian T10 2-cylinder 2-6-0 1909
    770
    771
    Pfalz P 5
    Pfalz, Bavarian Pt 3/6
    2-cylinder 2-6-4 1908
    780-5 Prussian T18
    Württemberg T18
    2-cylinder 4-6-4 1912
    7810 Umbaulok DB
    DB rebuilt 3810-40
    2-cylinder 4-6-4 1950
    790 Saxon XV HTV 4-cylinder compound 0-6-6-0 1916

    [ last updated 1st Jan 2004 ]