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German three cylinder pacific class 01.10 which was built in the thirties and originally was streamlined. Maximum speed was 150 km/h.
After the war the streamlining was scrapped and they all got new boilers.
This loco, 01 1075, was "retro-converted" to coal firing.
Three of them are still serviceable: 01 1100 (Deutsche Bahn AG, Germany), 01 1066 (Ulmer Eisenbahnfreunde, Germany) and 01 1075 (Stoom Stichting Nederland, Rotterdam, the Netherlands). A fourth one, 01 1102 (built 1940) was restored in 1996 and refitted with a streamlined shroud. It has been active in recent years; however the owner was unable to provide all the cost.
Obtained from the Washington University Public FTP Archives in 1995
image/gif, 873x546 (128c)
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German three cylinder pacific class 01.10 which was built in the thirties and originally was streamlined. Maximum speed was 150 km/h.
After the war the streamlining was scrapped and they all got new boilers.
This loco, 01 1075, was "retro-converted" to coal firing.
Three of them are still serviceable: 01 1100 (Deutsche Bahn AG, Germany), 01 1066 (Ulmer Eisenbahnfreunde, Germany) and 01 1075 (Stoom Stichting Nederland, Rotterdam, the Netherlands). A fourth one, 01 1102 (built 1940) was restored in 1996 and refitted with a streamlined shroud. It has been active in recent years; however the owner was unable to provide all the cost.
Obtained from the Washington University Public FTP Archives in 1995
image/gif, 905x610 (128c)
011075_2.gif    253219 bytes

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German three cylinder pacific class 01.10 which was built in the thirties and originally was streamlined. Maximum speed was 150 km/h.
After the war the streamlining was scrapped and they all got new boilers.
This loco, 01 1075, was "retro-converted" to coal firing.
Three of them are still serviceable: 01 1100 (Deutsche Bahn AG, Germany), 01 1066 (Ulmer Eisenbahnfreunde, Germany) and 01 1075 (Stoom Stichting Nederland, Rotterdam, the Netherlands). A fourth one, 01 1102 (built 1940) was restored in 1996 and refitted with a streamlined shroud. It has been active in recent years; however the owner was unable to provide all the cost.
Obtained from the Washington University Public FTP Archives in 1995
image/gif, 692x522 (128c)
011075_3.gif    157242 bytes

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German three cylinder pacific class 01.10 which was built in the thirties and originally was streamlined. Maximum speed was 150 km/h.
After the war the streamlining was scrapped and they all got new boilers.
This loco, 01 1075, was "retro-converted" to coal firing.
Three of them are still serviceable: 01 1100 (Deutsche Bahn AG, Germany), 01 1066 (Ulmer Eisenbahnfreunde, Germany) and 01 1075 (Stoom Stichting Nederland, Rotterdam, the Netherlands). A fourth one, 01 1102 (built 1940) was restored in 1996 and refitted with a streamlined shroud. It has been active in recent years; however the owner was unable to provide all the cost.
Obtained from the Washington University Public FTP Archives in 1995
image/gif, 692x522 (128c)
011075_4.gif    161446 bytes

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German three cylinder pacific class 01.10 which was built in the thirties and originally was streamlined. Maximum speed was 150 km/h.
After the war the streamlining was scrapped and they all got new boilers.
This loco, 01 1075, was "retro-converted" to coal firing.
Three of them are still serviceable: 01 1100 (Deutsche Bahn AG, Germany), 01 1066 (Ulmer Eisenbahnfreunde, Germany) and 01 1075 (Stoom Stichting Nederland, Rotterdam, the Netherlands). A fourth one, 01 1102 (built 1940) was restored in 1996 and refitted with a streamlined shroud. It has been active in recent years; however the owner was unable to provide all the cost.
Obtained from the Washington University Public FTP Archives in 1995
image/gif, 831x473 (128c)
011075_5.gif    159474 bytes

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German three cylinder pacific class 01.10 which was built in the thirties and originally was streamlined. Maximum speed was 150 km/h.
After the war the streamlining was scrapped and they all got new boilers.
This loco, 01 1075, was "retro-converted" to coal firing.
Three of them are still serviceable: 01 1100 (Deutsche Bahn AG, Germany), 01 1066 (Ulmer Eisenbahnfreunde, Germany) and 01 1075 (Stoom Stichting Nederland, Rotterdam, the Netherlands). A fourth one, 01 1102 (built 1940) was restored in 1996 and refitted with a streamlined shroud. It has been active in recent years; however the owner was unable to provide all the cost.
Obtained from the Washington University Public FTP Archives in 1995
image/gif, 839x506 (128c)
011075_6.gif    193459 bytes

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German Class 23 two cylinder 2-6-2 #23 023 in the Netherlands. This class was designed after WWII and was the only one to be built in large numbers of all post war designs.
German Railway's last new steam locomotive was of this class: 23 105. Class 23 was designed to replace the 50 years older Prussian ten wheeler class P8. Class 23 vanished in 1976, only two years after the P8 class was withdrawn in 1974.
23 023 was rescued from the torch and kept in operational condition by the Dutch railfans association Stoom Stichting Nederland, Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
Obtained from the Washington University Public FTP Archives in 1995
image/gif, 618x336 (128c)
023023_1.gif    87938 bytes

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German Class 23 two cylinder 2-6-2 #23 023 in the Netherlands. This class was designed after WWII and was the only one to be built in large numbers of all post war designs.
German Railway's last new steam locomotive was of this class: 23 105. Class 23 was designed to replace the 50 years older Prussian ten wheeler class P8. Class 23 vanished in 1976, only two years after the P8 class was withdrawn in 1974.
23 023 was rescued from the torch and kept in operational condition by the Dutch railfans association Stoom Stichting Nederland, Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
Obtained from the Washington University Public FTP Archives in 1995
image/gif, 719x507 (128c)
023023_2.gif    181132 bytes

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This photo shows German Class 23 #23 071, rescued from the torch and kept in operational condition by the Dutch railfans association Veluwsche Stoomtrein Maatschappij, Apeldoorn, the Netherlands.
See the text for loco 23 023 for more information.
image/gif, 789x546 (128c)
023071_3.gif    183339 bytes

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German Class 23 #23 071 (Dutch railfans association Veluwsche Stoomtrein Maatschappij, Apeldoorn, the Netherlands) and possibly German Class 01.10 3 cylinder Pacific 01 1075, behind it.
Obtained from the Washington University Public FTP Archives in 1995
image/gif, 909x546 (128c)
023071_4.gif    212060 bytes

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German Class 23 #23 071 (Dutch railfans association Veluwsche Stoomtrein Maatschappij, Apeldoorn, the Netherlands) and possibly German Class 01.10 3 cylinder Pacific 01 1075, behind it.
Obtained from the Washington University Public FTP Archives in 1995
image/gif, 896x336 (128c)
023071_5.gif    119013 bytes

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German Class 23 #23 071, Veluwsche Stoomtrein Maatschappij, Apeldoorn, the Netherlands.
Obtained from the Washington University Public FTP Archives in 1995
image/gif, 817x507 (128c)
023071_6.gif    199458 bytes

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Preserved Reading Co. 4-8-4 Class T1 on an excursion in 1985. Photo by Carl A. Benevit.
Obtained from the Washington University Public FTP Archives in 1995.
image/gif, 940x756 (256c)
2102.gif    481953 bytes

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Preserved Reading Co. 4-8-4 Class T1 at South Hamburg, PA after a Blue Mountain & Reading excursion in 1990. Photo by Carl A. Benevit.
Obtained from the Washington University Public FTP Archives in 1995.
image/gif, 765x489 (256c)
2102b.gif    334538 bytes

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Gif drawing by Brian Boyer of Reading Co. 4-8-4 Class T1 in Blue Mountain & Reading livery.
Obtained from the Washington University Public FTP Archives in 1995.
image/gif, 640x480 (256c)
2102c.gif    12984 bytes

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Obtained from the Washington University Public FTP Archives in 1995
Any photo credit or captioning information would be most appreciated!
image/gif, 799x504 (256c)
bdlm_14.gif    359143 bytes

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Obtained from the Washington University Public FTP Archives in 1995
Any photo credit or captioning information would be most appreciated!
image/gif, 801x599 (256c)
bo_4496.gif    296762 bytes

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Obtained from the Washington University Public FTP Archives in 1995
Any photo credit or captioning information would be most appreciated!
image/gif, 822x526 (128c)
car10.gif    194363 bytes

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Class R-1. Taken in the Janesville, WI yard on the C&NW.
It is next to what is left of the roundhouse probably during the mid-1980's.
Thanks to Christopher Pitzen for the photo information.
Obtained from the Washington University Public FTP Archives in 1995
image/gif, 800x572 (256c)
cnw_1385.gif    261297 bytes

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Obtained from the Washington University Public FTP Archives in 1995
Any photo credit or captioning information would be most appreciated!
image/gif, 580x371 (16c)
coso9.gif    39456 bytes

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Obtained from the Washington University Public FTP Archives in 1995
Any photo credit or captioning information would be most appreciated!
image/gif, 800x435 (256c)
cp_2811.gif    214313 bytes

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Obtained from the Washington University Public FTP Archives in 1995
Any photo credit or captioning information would be most appreciated!
image/gif, 799x600 (256c)
cp_grp01.gif    394673 bytes

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Obtained from the Washington University Public FTP Archives in 1995
Any photo credit or captioning information would be most appreciated!
image/gif, 786x568 (256c)
csr_270.gif    186776 bytes

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Obtained from the Washington University Public FTP Archives in 1995
Any photo credit or captioning information would be most appreciated!
image/gif, 800x570 (256c)
cv_crane.gif    206719 bytes

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Obtained from the Washington University Public FTP Archives in 1995
Any photo credit or captioning information would be most appreciated!
image/gif, 554x693 (256c)
dnm_14.gif    86703 bytes


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