Coal-fired express steam locomotive series 01.10 of the Deutsche Bundesbahn.
¦ First time with Next18 interface and LED headlight
¦ Used in front of express and express trains
In 1939, the Deutsche Reichsbahn ordered a total of 55 class 01.10 locomotives to pull fast passenger trains in the dense D-train network. The advantage of the express steam locomotives was the maximum speed of 140 km/h. Even on inclines, the locomotives maintained a constant speed of around 100 km/h for passenger trains.
Additional prototype information:
Built in 1939 by BMAG, formerly Schwarzkopff, Berlin, serial no. 11312
Acceptance 03/19/1940 as 01 1056
First depot: Halle (Saale) P
Other depots: Breslau Hbf, Hanover, Uelzen, Paderborn, Offenburg, Osnabrück, Kassel-Bahnreieck and Rheine
03/30/1949 Removal of streamline fairing at PAW Henschel
03/18/1954: New boiler with combustion chamber
January 1, 1968: new number 011 056-9
December 15, 1971: retired at Rheine depot
Museum locomotive after decommissioning. Today in the inventory of the Darmstadt-Kranichstein Museum (not operational).
Model in condition from the first half of the 1960s.