03 001

Year of manufacture 1930
Manufacturer Borsig (Berlin)
Manufacturing number 12251
Wheel arrangement 2´C 1´ h2
Genus S 36.17
Type "Einheitslok" steam engine for fast trains
Owner DB Museum Nuremberg
Museum's vehicle since 1978
Accessibility always
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Technical Data

Length over buffers (mm) 23 905
Complete wheelbase (mm) 20 225
Diameter of driving wheel (mm) 2 000
Diameter of running wheel (front) (mm) 850
Diameter of running wheel (back) (mm) 1 250
Height over rail (mm) 4 550
Empty weight (engine + tender) (t) 90,4
Operating weight (including all supplies) (t) 127
Number of heating pipes   84
Condensating surface (m²) 202,22
Grill surface (m²) 4,05
Feeding device Injector (l/min) 250
  Piston feed pump (l/min) 250
Maximum speed (km/h) 120
Power (horse powers) 1 900
Brake type   indepentend working one-chamber air-pressure brake, type Knorr
Axle load (t) 17
Maximum tractive effort on starting (Mp)  
Boiler pressure (kp/cm²) 16
Diameter high pressure cylinder (mm) 570
Piston stroke (mm) 660
Coal reservoir (t) 10
Water reservoir (m³) 30
Track gauge (mm) 1 435
FORMERLY A PICTURE WAS PLACED HERE WHICH IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE DUE TO NEW LEGAL ISSUES CONCERNING HUMAN RIGHTS.

 

17 1055

"Osten 1135" (formerly Posen XXXX)

Year of manufacture 1913
Manufacturer Henschel
Manufacturing number 23515
Wheel arrangement 2´C h4v
Genus S 35.17
Type Prussian S 10¹
Owner Traffic Museum Dresden
Museum's vehicle since 1971
Accessibility not always
17 1055

Technical Data

Length over buffers (mm) 21 110
Complete wheelbase (mm) 17 470
Diameter of driving wheel (mm) 1 980
Diameter of running wheel (front) (mm) 1 000
Diameter of running wheel (back) (mm)  
Height over rail (mm) 4 260
Empty weight (engine + tender) (t) 102,3
Operating weight (including all supplies) (t) 148,2
Number of heating pipes   136
Condensating surface (m²) 161,22
Grill surface (m²) 3,18
Feeding device Injector (l/min)  
  Piston feed pump (l/min)  
Maximum speed (km/h) 120
Power (horse powers) 1 980
Brake type    
Axle load (t) 17
Maximum tractive effort on starting (Mp) 20,6
Boiler pressure (kp/cm²) 15
Diameter high pressure cylinder (mm) 400
Diameter low pressure cylinder (mm) 610
Piston stroke (mm) 660
Coal reservoir (t) 7
Water reservoir (m³) 31,5
Track gauge (mm) 1 435
 

01 137

Year of manufacture 1935
Manufacturer Henschel & Sohn (Kassel)
Manufacturing number 22579
Wheel arrangement 2´C 1´ h2
Genus S 36.20
Type "Einheitslok" steam engine for fast trains
Owner DB Museum Nuremberg
Museum's vehicle since 1981
Accessibility always
FORMERLY A PICTURE WAS PLACED HERE WHICH IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE DUE TO NEW LEGAL ISSUES CONCERNING HUMAN RIGHTS.

Technical Data

Length over buffers (mm) 23 940
Complete wheelbase (mm) 20 320
Diameter of driving wheel (mm) 2 000
Diameter of running wheel (front) (mm) 1 000
Diameter of running wheel (back) (mm) 1 250
Height over rail (mm) 4 550
Empty weight (engine + tender) (t) 114,7
Operating weight (including all supplies) (t) 139,3
Number of heating pipes   106
Condensating surface (m²) 238
Grill surface (m²) 4,41
Feeding device Injector (l/min) 250
  Piston feed pump (l/min) 250
Maximum speed (km/h) 130
Power (horse powers) 2 240
Brake type   indepentend working one-chamber air-pressure brake, type Knorr
Axle load (t) 20
Maximum tractive effort on starting (Mp)  
Boiler pressure (kp/cm²) 16
Diameter high pressure cylinder (mm) 600
Piston stroke (mm) 660
Coal reservoir (t) 10
Water reservoir (m³) 34
Track gauge (mm) 1 435
FORMERLY A PICTURE WAS PLACED HERE WHICH IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE DUE TO NEW LEGAL ISSUES CONCERNING HUMAN RIGHTS.

 

A part of the history

Take over   1935-04-24    
Bw Breslau Hbf from 1935-04-24 until 1943-02-17
Bw Leipzig West from 1943-02-18 until 1947-04-20
Bw Eisenach from 1947-04-21 until 1948-12-08
Bw Erfurt P from 1948-12-09 until 1958-12-15
Bw Seddin from 1958-12-16 until 1959-05-08
Bw Magdeburg Hbf from 1959-05-09 until 1960-03-20
Bw Rostock from 1961-03-21 until 1961-05-18
Bw Magdeburg Hbf from 1961-05-19 until 1961-12-12
Bw Berlin Ostbahnhof from 1961-12-13 until 1963-06-23
Bw Erfurt P from 1963-06-24 until 1963-07-20
Bw Berlin Ostbahnhof from 1963-07-21 until 1963-10-10
Bw Magdeburg Hbf from 1963-10-11 until 1967-06-25
Bw Berlin Ostbahnhof from 1967-06-26 until 1968-06-15
Bw Dresden-Altstadt from 1968-06-16 until 1978-05-29
Bw Halberstadt from 1978-05-30 until 1981-01-26
Bw Saalfeld from 1981-01-27 until 1981-10-30
Bw Dresden-Altstadt since 1981-10-31    

19 017

19 017 1

Year of manufacture 1922
Manufacturer Sächsische Maschinenfabrik Hartmann AG (Chemnitz)
Manufacturing number 4523
Wheel arrangement 1´D1´ h4v
Genus S 46.17
Type Saxon XX HV
Owner Dresden Traffic Museum (VMD)
Museum's vehicle since 1972 / 1973 reconstructed for museum
Accessibility always
19 017 2

Technical Data

Length over buffers (mm) 22 632
Complete wheelbase (mm) 19 182
Diameter of driving wheel (mm) 1 905
Diameter of running wheel (front) (mm) 1 065
Diameter of running wheel (back) (mm) 1 261
Height over rail (mm) 4 550
Empty weight (engine + tender) (t) 114,7
Operating weight (including all supplies) (t) 162,3
Number of heating pipes   156
Condensating surface (m²) 227,05
Grill surface (m²) 4,5
Feeding device Injector (l/min)  
  Piston feed pump (l/min)  
Maximum speed (km/h) 120
Power (horse powers) 2 100
Brake type   Pneumatic brake type Westinghouse
Axle load (t) 17
Maximum tractive effort on starting (Mp) 26,6
Boiler pressure (kp/cm²) 15
Diameter high pressure cylinder (mm) 480
Diameter hlow pressure cylinder (mm) 720
Piston stroke (mm) 630
Coal reservoir (t) 7,0
Water reservoir (m³) 31
Track gauge (mm) 1 435
19 017 3

A part of the history

Delivering on 1922-09-17    
Test drive Chemnitz-Dresden on 1922-09-22    
Take over: EAW Chemnitz on 1922-09-24    
Hhs Dresden-Altstadt from 1922-09-25 until 1922-10-13
Bw Stuttgart-Rosenstein from 1922-10-14 until 1923-10-23
EAW Leipzig from 1923-10-24 until 1923-11-15
Bw Reichenbach from 1923-11-16 until 1925-10-30
Bw Stuttgart-Rosenstein from 1925-10-31 until 1925-11-10
EAW Leipzig from 1925-11-11 until 1925-12-14
Bw Dresden-Altstadt from 1925-12-15 until 1929-11-17
Raw Leipzig from 1929-11-18 until 1929-12-21
Bw Dresden-Altstadt from 1929-12-22 until 1932-05-30
Raw Zwickau from 1932-05-31 until 1932-06-30
Bw Dresden-Altstadt from 1932-07-01 until 1938-02-09
Raw Zwickau from 1938-02-10 until 1938-04-29
Bw Dresden-Altstadt from 1938-04-30 until 1944-02-10
Raw Zwickau from 1944-02-11 until 1944-05-01
Bw Dresden-Altstadt from 1944-05-02 until 1945-08-09
Bw Chemnitz Hbf from 1945-08-10 until 1945-09-17
Bw Dresden-Altstadt from 1945-09-18 until 1945-11-09
Bw Chemnitz Hbf from 1945-11-10 until 1946-02-26
Bw Dresden-Altstadt from 1946-02-27 until 1951-07-08
Raw Zwickau from 1951-07-09 until 1951-09-30
Bw Halle P from 1951-10-05 until 1954-07-29
Raw Zwickau from 1954-07-30 until 1954-09-09
Bw Halle P from 1954-09-11 until 1958-04-18
Raw Zwickau from 1958-04-19 until 1958-06-30
Bw Halle P from 1958-07-01 until 1961-06-16
Raw Zwickau from 1961-06-17 until 1961-08-18
Bw Halle P from 1961-08-19 until 1964-08-23
Raw Halle from 1964-08-28 until 1964-08-31
Bw Halle P from 1964-09-01 until 1965-02-14
Bw Halle P
parked, wait for L4
from 1965-02-15 until 1966-09-07
"z"-protocol on 1966-09-08    
Lokbf. Meuselwitz after 1968-01-03    
Rejection protocol on 1971-08-11    
Moving to VMD on 1972-08-01    
Raw Meiningen from 1973-01-05 until 1973-08-10

- after 1960-06-30 with tender 38 P10, SOMUA Venissieux-Rhone 1941/1912
- since 1973-08-10 with tender SMF 1917/3973 of 18 010

Between 1918 and 1923 23 of these engines called "Sachsenstolz" (Pride of Saxony) were built. They were especially concepted for the route Görlitz-Hof, where they operated very good. When this loco was released it was the most powerful and largest fast train engine on mainland Europe. In 1968 the last engine type 19.0 was shut down. The only one still existing is 19 017. In 1973 parts of 18 010 were taken to reconstruct 19 017 for the museum.