List of Bavarian locomotives and railbuses

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This List covers the locomotives and railbuses of the Bavarian railways, excluding those of the Palatinate (Pfalz). The locomotives and railbuses of the Palatinate when it belonged to Bavaria are in the List of Palatine locomotives and railbuses.

Locomotives of the Bavarian Ludwigbahn (Bayerische Ludwigsbahn)[edit]

see: Bavarian Ludwigsbahn

Locomotives of the Munich-Augsburg Railway Company (München-Augsburger Eisenbahn-Gesellschaft)[edit]

Name Bavarian Class Quantity Year of Manufacture Type Remarks
JUPITER and JUNO none 2 1837 1A1 n2 supplied by Robert Stephenson and Company
VESTA and VENUS none 2 1838 1A1 n2 supplied by Sharp, Roberts and Company
VULKAN and MARS none 2 1838 1A1 n2 supplied by Fenton, Murray and Jackson
MERKUR and DIANA none 2 1841 1A1 n2 supplied by Robert Stephenson and Company

Locomotives of the Royal Bavarian State Railways[edit]

Designation of State Railway Locomotives[edit]

Names and numbers of locomotives[edit]

In the beginning, locomotives of the Royal Bavarian State Railways were given names. The locomotive name was displayed in raised capital letters on a brass plate on the side of the boiler or, in the case of tank locomotives, on the side of the water tank.

Locomotives were given the names of both Bavarian and foreign places, rivers, lakes and mountains, the names of important people from art and science, as well as the names of literary and mythological figures. Even a few animal names were used.

Examples: BAVARIA, WÜRZBURG, ALTMÜHL, FUNTENSEE, WATZMANN, COPERNICUS, FAUST, ODYSSEUS, PANTHER

Locomotives with names were also given a so-called inventory number that was displayed in small figures on the chimney and on the rear wall of the tender or, in the case of tank engines, on the rear wall of the driver's cab.

Inventory numbers ran in sequence on new locomotives entering service, regardless of class or type. Names and inventory numbers of withdrawn locomotives were usually reallocated to newly delivered machines. The name plates were then re-used.

Example: The Class C IV PASING 113, built in 1889, received the name and inventory number of a Class A V mustered out that year.

Names and inventory numbers were used for the last time in 1892. The state railway then went over to railway or running numbers, whereby locomotives of the same class or type were reserved a specified sequential range of numbers. The assignment of number ranges did not follow any recognisable logic. The number plates were designed in the same way and displayed in the same places as the name plates.

Older classification scheme[edit]

The older classification scheme introduced in 1847 divided the locomotives into five groups differentiated by capital letters:

  • A – Locomotives with one driven axle
  • B – Locomotives with two coupled axles
  • C – Locomotives with three coupled axles
  • D – Tank locomotives
  • E – Locomotives with four coupled axles

Locomotive classes were indicated with Roman numerals after the letter; these numbers ran in the same sequence as the introduction of the locomotives classes into service. There was no distinction between locomotives used for different purposes.

Example: Bavarian B V, Bavarian D XI

Because there were only locomotives with one, two or three driven axles at the time when this classification system was introduced, they were given the letters A, B and C respectively. When tank engines were brought into service in 1871, the use of four coupled axles was still not conceivable, so tank locomotives were given the class letter D. However, when goods train locomotives with four coupled axles then appeared towards the end of the 19th century, they had, absurdly, to be given the designation E I.

The system was further expanded in 1896 on the appearance of locomotives with separate running gear:

  • AA – Locomotives with Vorspannachse (Locomotives with a driven axle and a raisable 'dolly axle' (Hilfsachse) to assist starting)
  • BB – Mallet locomotives, which have two separate sets of coupled driving gear

Examples: AA I, Bavarian BB II

To differentiate between two-cylinder (Zwillings-) and compound (Verbund-) locomotives in the case of Classes B XI and C IV the class designation was supplemented with:

  • Zw for locomotives with two-cylinder driving gear
  • Vbd (also Vb or Verb) for locomotives with compound driving gear

Examples: B XI Zw, C IV Vbd

These additional letters were not inscribed on the engines themselves.

Narrow gauge locomotives for the only narrow gauge line in the state railways which then existed fell outside the boundaries of this system. These were given the abbreviation LE (for Lokalbahn Eichstätt) and Roman numerals from I to V. In addition these locomotives also displayed inventory numbers.

Classification scheme of 1901[edit]

Because of technical advances and the requirements of railway operations, this scheme was no longer able to cope, so a new system was introduced in 1901.

This consisted of several elements:

A leading capital letter indicated the locomotive class:

  • S - Schnellzuglokomotive = express train locomotive
  • P - Personenzuglokomotive = passenger train locomotive
  • G - Güterzuglokomotive = goods train locomotive
  • R - Rangierlokomotive = shunting locomotive
  • M - Motorwagen = rail motor vehicle
  • E - elektrischer Antrieb = electric locomotive (from 1913, precedes the locomotive class)

The locomotive class could be elaborated on with one or more additional letters:

  • t - Tenderlokomotive = tank locomotive (not used for shunting engines)
  • z - Zahnradlokomotive = cogwheel locomotive
  • s - Schmalspurlokomotive = narrow gauge locomotive
  • L - Lokalbahn = branch line

Then followed the ratio of the coupled axles to the total number of axles, separated by a forward slash e. g. 3/5.

To distinguish between superheated and wet steam locomotives of the same class, an "H" or an "N" was added at the end of the classification.

Examples:

  • So a Class S 3/6 meant an express engine (Schnellzuglokomotive) with 3 coupled axles and 6 axles in total – i.e. 3 carrying axles.
  • The Pt 2/5 N is a passenger train tank engine (Personenzugtenderlokomotive) with 2 coupled axles and a total of 5 axles – i.e. 3 carrying axles – using wet or saturated steam (Naßdampfausführung.)
  • EP 3/5 meant an electric passenger train locomotive (Elektrische Personenzuglokomotive) with 3 driven axles and 5 axles in all – i.e. two carrying axles.

The new classification system was only applied to those locomotives newly entering service. So up to 1920 two different classification systems existed together. With the foundation of the Deutsche Reichsbahn, later the Deutsche Reichsbahn-Gesellschaft (DRG) the Bavarian classification system was abolished.

Steam locomotives[edit]

Locomotives of the early period for all types of train[edit]

Class Number(s) Quantity Year(s) of Manufacture Type Remarks
A I names 24 1844–1845 1A1 n2 5 locos rebuilt into B I and 4 into C I
DER MÜNCHNER 1 1841 1A1 n2 Maffei's first engine, purchased by the state railway in 1845
A II names 13 1847–1848 1A1 n2 3 locos rebuilt into B I and 6 locos into C I
A III names 4 1851–1852 1A1 n2 2 locos rebuilt into B I and 2 locos into C I
A IV names 8 1852–1853 1A1 n2 1 loco rebuilt firstly into B I and then into C I
A V names 24 1853–1855 1A1 n2
B I names 22 1847–1850 1B n2
names (11) (1859–1876) 1B n2 Rebuild from 5 A I, 3 A II, 2 A III and 1 A IV
B II names 14 1851–1852 1B n2
B III names 18 1852–1855 1B n2
B IV names 10 1852–1853 1B n2
B V names 94 1853–1863 1B n2
B V (Stütztender) PHÖNIX 1 1857 B3′ n2 Stütztender locomotive with Engerth-like, articulated, 'supporting' tender.
C I names 5 1847–1850 C n2 Pusher and header locomotive for the Schiefe Ebene ramp at Neuenmarkt-Marktschorgast
names (13) (1869–1877) C n2 Rebuild from 4 A I, 6 A II, 2 A III and 1 B I (ex A IV)
C II.1 HERCULES 1 1857 C2′ n2 Stütztender locomotives with Engerth-like, articulated, 'supporting' tender. Ca. 1870 modified to be similar to the standard type, the Class C II
names 4 1858 C3′ n2

None of the locomotives were renumbered with a Deutsche Reichsbahn running number.

Passenger and express train locomotives[edit]

Class Number(s) DRG Number(s) Quantity Year(s) of Manufacture Type Remarks
B VI names 107 1863–1871 1B n2
B VII names 6 1868 B n2
B VIII names 6 1872 1B n2
B IX (1870) names 4 1870 B1 n2 Strousberg type, sold to the Imperial Railways in Alsace-Lorraine in 1872
B IX names 104 1874–1887 1B n2
B X names 12 1889–1891 1′B n2v
2 1891 1′B n2 Rebuilt into compound locomotive in 1896
B XI Zw 1201–1239 36 701–36 708 39 1892–1893 2′B n2
B XI Vbd 1240–1339 36 751–36 826 100 1895–1900 2′B n2v
C V 2301 1 1896 2′C n4v Prototype with smaller driving wheel diameter (1640 mm)
2302–2343 17 301–17 322 42 1899–1901 2′C n4v
AA I 1400 1 1896 2′(a)A1 n2 With dolly axle, rebuilt into a 2′B h2 of Class P 2/4 in 1907 after an accident
S 2/5 (Baldwin) 2398–2399 2 1901 2′B1′ n4v Bought from Baldwin (USA) for comparison purposes, four-cylinder, Vauclain compound driving gear
S 2/5 3001–3010 14 141–14 145 10 1904 2′B1 n4v
S 2/6 3201 15 001 1 1906 2′B2′ h4v
S 3/5 N 3301–3328,
3330–3340
17 401–17 420 39 1903–1907 2′C n4v Rebuilt into a 2′C h4v in 1924/25
S 3/5 H 3329,
3341–3369
17 501–17 524 30 1906–1911 2′C h4v
S 3/6 3601–3623,
3642–3644
18 401–18 421 26 1908–1927 2′C1′ h4v Original design
3624–3641 18 441–18 458 18 1908–1927 The so-called "Hochhaxige" (high haunches?), driving wheel diameter 2000 mm
3645–3679 18 422–18 424,
18 461–18 478
35 1914–1918 Shorter wheelbase like the Palatine S 3/6
3680–3709 18 479–18 508 30 1923–1924 Follow-on order by the Bavarian Group Administration
18 509–18 548 40 1926–1930 DRG follow-on batch
P 2/4 1400 36 861 (1) (1907) 2′B h2 Rebuild from AA I
P 3/5 N 3801–3836 38 001–38 013 36 1905–1907 2′C n4v 1924/25 Rebuilt into 2′C h4v
P 3/5 H 3837–3916 38 401–38 480 80 1921 2′C h4v Follow-on order by the Bavarian Group Administration, with superheater

Goods train locomotives[edit]

Class Number(s) DRG Number(s) Quantity Year(s) of Manufacture Type Remarks
C II.1 names 68 1861–1868 C n2 Standard version of the C II
C III names 239 1868–1879 C n2
names 14 1872–1874 C n2 Sigl design, like the MÁV III; modified to be similar to the other C III engines in 1895–1902
C IV Zw names,
1401–1441,
1452–1462
53 8011–53 8064 87 1884–1892 C n2
C IV Vbd names,
1442–1451,
1463–1550
53 8081–53 8168 100 1889–1897 C n2v
C VI 1551–1633 54 1301–54 1364 83 1899–1905 1′C n2v
E I 2051–2062 12 1895–1896 1′D n2 Cylinder in front of the carrying axle
2063–2064 2 1896–1897 1′D n4v Four-cylinder, compound locomotive, Sondermann design, Rebuilt into 1′D n2 in 1899
2065–2084,
2087–2099,
2116–2130
48 1899–1901 1′D n2 Cylinder behind the carrying axle
E I (Baldwin) 2085–2086 2 1899 1′D n4v Bought from Baldwin (USA) for comparison purposes, four-cylinder Vauclain compound locomotive
BB I 2100 1 1896 B′B n4v Articulated Mallet locomotive
G 3/4 N 1634–1670 54 1401–54 1432 37 1907–1909 1′C n2v Continuation of the C VI
G 3/4 H 7001–7165 54 1501–54 1665 165 1919–1921 1′C h2
7166–7225 54 1666–54 1725 60 1922–1923 Follow-on order by the Bavarian Group Administration
G 4/5 N 2131–2137 56 401–56 404 7 1905–1906 1′D n2
G 4/5 H 5151–5160,
5501–5695,
5211–5235
56 801 – 56 809,
56 901–56 1035,
56 1101–56 1125
230 1915–1919 1′D h4v 5151–5160 ordered for MGD Brussels and 5211–5235 for MGD Warsaw; both series taken over by Bavaria
G 5/5 5801–5815 57 501–57 507 15 1911 E h4v
5816–5895 57 511–57 590 80 1920–1924 Follow-on order by the Bavarian Group Administration

Tank locomotives[edit]

Class Number(s) DRG Number(s) Quantity Year(s) of Manufacture Type Remarks
D I names 15 1871–1875 B n2t
D II (old) names 4 1873 B n2t
D II 2400–2472 89 601–89 670 73 1898–1904 C n2t
D III names 6 1873 B n2t
D IV names,
1701–1737
88 7101–88 7201 132 1875–1897 B n2t
D V names 89 8101–89 8110 10 1877–1878 C n2t
D IX names,
1931–1960,
2101–2115
70 7102–70 7154 55 1888–1899 1B n2t
D XII 2201–2296 73 031–73 124 96 1897–1904 1′B2′ n2t
Pt 2/3 6001–6097 70 001–70 097 97 1909–1916 1B h2t
Pt 2/4 N 6501–6502 72 101–72 102 2 1909 2′B n2t
Pt 2/4 H 5001–5012 71 201–71 212 12 1906–1909 1′B1′ h2t
Pt 2/5 N 5202–5210 73 131–73 139 9 1907 1′B2′ n2t Continuation of the D XII
Pt 2/5 H 5201 73 201 1 1906 1′B2′ h2t As the D XII, with superheater
Pt 3/6 6101–6110 77 110–77 119 10 1923 1′C2′ h2t As the Palatine Pt 3/6, follow-on order by the Bavarian Group Administration
Gt 2x4/4 5751–5765 96 001–96 015 15 1913–1914 D′D h4vt
5766–5775 96 016–96 025 10 1922–1923 Follow-on order by the Bavarian Group Administration
R 3/3 2473–2490 89 701–89 717 18 1906–1913 C n2t Continuation of the D II
4701–4790 89 801–89 890 90 1921–1922 Follow-on order by the Bavarian Group Administration
R 4/4 4151–4183 92 2008–92 2040 33 1918–1919 D n2t As the Palatine R 4/4
4184–4192 92 2041–2049 9 1924–1925 Follow-on order by the Bavarian Group Administration

Lokalbahn (branch line) locomotives[edit]

Class Number(s) DRG Number(s) Quantity Year(s) of Manufacture Type Remarks
D VI names,
1801–1804
98 7501–98 7526 53 1880–1894 B n2t
D VII names,
1851–1874
98 7601–98 7614,
98 7621–98 7681
75 1880–1895 C n2t
D VIII names,
1901–1905
98 661–98 669 10 1888–1893 C1′ n2t Earlier D VIII, for ReichenhallBerchtesgaden
1906–1914 98 671–98 679 9 1898–1903 Later D VIII
D X names,
1961–1963
98 7701–98 7709 9 1890–1893 C1′ n2t
D XI 1991–2050,
2701–2761,
2765–2782
98 411–98 423,
98 431–98 556
139 1895–1912 C1′ n2t
BB II 2501–2531 98 701–98 731 31 1899–1908 B′B n4vt Articulated Mallet locomotive
PtL 2/2 (Maffei) 4001–4024 24 1906–1908 B h4t Maffei design, counter-rotating, driving gear; formerly the ML 2/2
PtL 2/2 (Krauss) 4501–4506 6 1905–1906 B h2t Krauss design, internal cylinder and jackshaft; formerly ML 2/2
4507–4535 98 301–98 309 29 1908–1909 Krauss design, jackshaft
4536–4548 98 310–98 322 13 1911–1914 Krauss design, standard driving gear
PtL 3/3 1875–1876 98 7691–98 7691 2 1889 C n2t Taken over in 1908 by the LAG along with the MurnauGarmisch line, similar to the D VII
PtL 3/4 2762–2764 98 561–98 563 3 1900 C1′ n2t Taken over in 1908 by the LAG along with the MurnauGarmisch line, similar to the D XI
2783–2787 98 564–98 568 5 1914 Continuation of the D XI
PtzL 3/4 4101–4103 97 101–97 103 3 1912 Czz1′ h2(4v)t Rack railway locomotive, for ErlauWegscheid line
4104 97 104 1 1923 Follow-on order by the Bavarian Group Administration
GtL 4/4 2551–2563 98 801–98 813 13 1911–1914 D h2t
2564–2650 98 814–98 900 87 1921–1924 Follow-on order by the Bavarian Group Administration
98 901–98 917 17 1927 DRG follow-on batch
(GtL 4/5) 98 1001–98 1045 45 1929–1933 D1′ h2t New DRG series, development of the GtL 4/4

Narrow gauge locomotives[edit]

Class Number(s) DRG Number(s) Quantity Year(s) of Manufacture Type Remarks
LE I–V 99 071–99 075 5 1885–1900 C n2t For EichstättKinding
Pts 3/4 1101–1103 99 131–99 132 3 1906 1′C h2t For NeuöttingAltötting, no. 1102 was lost on the eastern front in First World War
1104 99 133 1 1923 Substitute order by the Bavarian Group Administration
Gts 4/4 991 99 151 1 1909 D n2t For EichstättKinding
Gts 2x3/3 996 99 201 1 1917 C′C h4vt Acquired in 1920 from the military field railway fleet, for Eichstätt–Kinding

All Bavarian narrow gauge locomotives were built for meter gauge.

Modification of Bavarian steam locomotives by the Deutsche Reichsbahn and Deutsche Bundesbahn[edit]

Locomotives of two Bavarian classes underwent major modification by the Deutsche Reichsbahn and Deutsche Bundesbahn. Although the rebuilds took place decades after the end of the Royal Bavarian State Railways, these locomotives displayed unmistakable Bavarian features and were designated even in railway administrative documents with (unofficial) Bavarian class names.

Class Number(s) DRG Number(s) Quantity Year(s) of Manufacture Type Remarks
(S 3/6) 18 601–18 630 (30) (1953–1956) 2′C1′ h4v DB rebuild from 18.4–5 (S 3/6) with high-performance boiler
(GtL 4/5) 98 1101–1129 (29) (1934–1941) 1′D h2t DRG rebuild from 98.8–9 (GtL 4/4) with front carrying axle

Electric locomotives[edit]

Class Number(s) DRG Number(s) Quantity Year(s) of Manufacture Type Remarks
ES 1 21001–21010 E 16 01–E 16 10 10 1925 1′Do1′ w4e Ordered by the Bavarian Group Administration
E 16 11–E 16 21 11 1928–1933 DRG follow-on batch
EP 1
to 1920: EP 3/5
20001–20005 E 62 01–E 62 05 5 1912 1′C1′ w1k For GarmischGriesen
EP 2 20006–20034 E 32 06–E 32 34 29 1924–1926 1′C1′ w2u Ordered by the Bavarian Group Administration; 8 locos in 1935/36 after raising the top speed redesignated as E 32 101–E 32 108
EP 3 (de)
to 1920: EP 3/6
20101–20104 E 36 01–E 36 04 4 1914 1′C2′ w1k For FreilassingBerchtesgaden
EP 4 (de)
to 1920: EP 3/6II
20121–20124 E 36 21–E 36 24 4 1914 1′C2′ w1k For FreilassingBerchtesgaden
EP 5 21501–21535 E 52 01–E 52 35 35 1924–1925 2′BB2′ w4u Ordered by the Bavarian Group Administration
EG 1 (de)
to 1920: EG 4x1/1
20201–20202 E 73 01–E 73 02 2 1914–1915 Bo′Bo′ w4t For FreilassingBerchtesgaden
EG 2 (de)
to 1920: EG 2x2/2
20221–20222 E 70 21–E 70 22 2 1920 B′B′ w2u For FreilassingBerchtesgaden
EG 3 22001–20222 E 77 01–E 77 31 31 1924–1925 (1′B)(B1′) w2u Ordered by the Bavarian Group Administration, identical design to Prussian EG 701–EG 725
(EG 4) (22101–22102) E 79 01–E 79 02 2 1926–1927 2′D1′ w2u Ordered by the Bavarian Group Administration, for Freilassing–Berchtesgaden; already supplied with DRG numbers
EG 5 22501–22520 E 91 01–E 91 20 20 1924–1927 C′C′ w4u Ordered by the Bavarian Group Administration, identical design to Prussian EG 581–EG 594

Some of the Class ES 1 (E 16) and EG 5 (E 91) locomotives ordered with Bavarian class designations and locomotive numbers may have been supplied with DRG numbers.

Railbuses[edit]

Class Number(s) DRG Number(s) Quantity Year(s) of Manufacture Type Remarks
MCi 8373 (1) (1901) Bo g2t Accumulator car, rebuild from a Ci coach built in 1887
MBCi 2521 1 1904 A1 n2v De Dion-Bouton steam railbus
MCCi 14501–14507 7 1906–1909 B2′ h4 Steam railbus, engine like the PtL 2/2 (Maffei)
MBCL (de) 101–109 to 1930:
München 501–509
1930 to 1941:
1481–1489
from 1941:
ET 184 01–ET 184 09
9 1907–1909 Bo g2t Electric railbus, for Berchtesgaden–state border and Königssee
MPL 1501 to 1941:
München 601
from 1941:
ET 194 01
1 1909 Bo g2t Electric luggage railbus, for Berchtesgaden–state border and Königssee
D4ielT to 1930:
München 701–704
1930 to 1941:
1101–1104
from 1941:
ET 85 01–ET 85 04
(4) (1924) Bo′2′ w2t Electric railbus, rebuilt by the Bavarian Group Administration from a former MCCi
D4ielT to 1930:
München 705–730
1930 to 1941:
1105–1136
from 1941:
ET 85 05–ET 85 36
32 1927–1933 Bo′2′ w2t Electric railbus, DRG new series; development of the rebuilt ET 85

Locomotives of the Bavarian Eastern Railway Company (Bayerische Ostbahn)[edit]

The classification scheme of the Bavarian Ostbahn was different from that of the state railway. The locomotives were also divided into five groups that were given capital letters.

  • A - Locomotives with one driven axle
  • B - Locomotives with two coupled axles and a carrying axle
  • C - Locomotives with three coupled axles
  • D - Tank locomotives
  • E - Locomotives with two coupled axles, but no carrying axle

The Ostbahn did not differentiate between the individual classes with a special class number. Instead of that locomotives were numbered sequentially within a group. After nationalisation, the former Ostbahn locomotives were initially operated under their old numbers. Not until 1892 were they redesignated in accordance with the classification system of the state railway.

The initial use of names was soon given up again.

Ostbahn Number State Railway Class State Railway Number Quantity Year(s) of Manufacture Axle arrangement Remarks
A 1–A 12 12 1857–1858 2A n2 Crampton design, rebuilt into 1B n2 of the B 79–B 90 series
A 13–A 24 12 1859 1A1 n2 Stephenson design, rebuilt into 1B n2 of the B 67–B 78 series
A 1–A 2
to 1872:
E 1–E 2
B V (Ostbahn) 1001–1002 2 1869 B n2
B 1–B 66 B V (Ostbahn) 1003–1068 66 1858–1865 1B n2
B 67–B 78 B IX (Ostbahn) 1069–1080 (12) (1870–1871) 1B n2 Rebuilt from A 13–A 24, driving wheel diameter 1524 mm
B 79–B 90 B IX (Ostbahn) 1081–1092 (12) (1869–1872) 1B n2 Rebuilt from A 1–A 12, driving wheel diameter 1829 mm (Loco B 79/1081: 1524 mm)
B 91–B 96 B IX (Ostbahn) 1093–1098 6 1872 1B n2 driving wheel diameter 1828 mm
B 97–B 109 B IX (Ostbahn) 1099–1111 13 1875 1B n2 driving wheel diameter 1696 mm
C 1–C 12 C II (Ostbahn) 1112–1123 12 1862–1863 C n2
C 13–C 64 C III (Ostbahn) 1124–1175 55 1867–1875 C n2 C 37–C39 were sold as new in 1872 to the Imperial Railways in Alsace-Lorraine, on new models the same number was used
D 1–D 12 D IV (Ostbahn) 1178–1189 12 1867–1872 B n2t
D 13–D 14 D II (Ostbahn) 1176–1177 2 1866 B n2t Property of the Deggendorf-Plattling Railway operated by the Bavarian Ostbahn

Former Ostbahn locomotives were fitted with stronger tyres by the Royal Bavarian State Railways, so that in later years they had wheel diameters of up to 40 mm greater. Class C III (Ostbahn) und D IV (Ostbahn) locomotives were included in DRG's preliminary steam locomotive renumbering plan of 1923 under the numbers 53 7834–53 7868 and 88 7021–88 7026, but they did not appear in the final numbering plan.

Literature[edit]

  • Wolfgang Valtin: Deutsches Lok-Archiv: Verzeichnis aller Lokomotiven und Triebwagen Band 1 - Numerierungssysteme, transpress, Berlin 1992, ISBN 3-344-70739-6
  • Wolfgang Valtin: Deutsches Lok-Archiv: Verzeichnis aller Lokomotiven und Triebwagen Band 2 - Dampflokomotiven und Dampftriebwagen, transpress, Berlin 1992, ISBN 3-344-70740-X
  • Wolfgang Valtin: Deutsches Lok-Archiv: Verzeichnis aller Lokomotiven und Triebwagen Band 3 - Elektro- und Dieselloks, Triebwagen, transpress, Berlin 1992, ISBN 3-344-70741-8
  • Heinz Schnabel: Deutsches Lok-Archiv: Lokomotiven bayerischer Eisenbahnen transpress, Berlin 1992 ISBN 3-344-70717-5

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