JGR Class 3380

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JGR Class 3380
Class 3380 locomotive in service on the Sanyō Railway as no. 126, prior to nationalization
Type and origin
Power type Steam
Builder Sanyō Railway
Build date 1906
Total produced 4
 • Whyte 2-6-2T
Gauge 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)
Driver dia. 1,270 mm (4 ft 2 in)
Length 10.846 m (35 ft 7.0 in)
Loco weight 39.35 t
Fuel capacity 1.94 t
Water cap 6.71 m3 (1,773 US gal)
 • Firegrate area
1.58 m2 (17 sq ft)
Boiler pressure 12.7 kg/cm2 (181 lbf/in2)
Heating surface 91.1 m2 (981 sq ft)
Cylinders four (Vauclain compound)
High-pressure cylinder 29.2 cm × 55.9 cm (11 in × 22 in)
Low-pressure cylinder 48.3 cm × 55.9 cm (19 in × 22 in)
Valve gear Stephenson
Retired 1925
Disposition All scrapped

The JGR Class 3380 consisted of four Vauclain compound 2-6-2T wheel arrangement steam locomotives of the Japanese Government Railways. They were built by the Sanyō Railway as numbers 125-128 and inherited by the JGR under nationalization in 1907. They continued to serve on the Sanyō Main Line until 1919, when they were sent to Hokkaido. All four were scrapped in 1925.


No. 3382 was involved in an accident in Kobe on 28 November 1918 when it pushed two other locomotives into the harbor due to incorrectly set brakes.

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