List of Alsace-Lorraine locomotives

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This list covers the locomotives of the Imperial Railways in Alsace-Lorraine (Reich railways in Alsace-Lorraine) (EL) and those of the Chemins de fer d'Alsace et de Lorraine (AL). Alsace-Lorraine is a region in northeastern France that was under the control of the German Empire between 1871 and 1920, during which time its railway network was expanded and operated by the EL.

Locomotive classification and numbering[edit]

The Reich railways in Alsace-Lorraine numbered their locomotives sequentially and gave them names as well. The names depended on the type of locomotive.

In addition the locomotive fleet was organised into classes from the outset. The system was based on the Bavarian state railways with capital letters followed by Arabic numerals.

A class number was issued to each delivery batch.

In 1906 all the vehicles were renumbered and a new classification system was introduced, this time based on the Prussian system. The different types of locomotive were given a specific range of numbers.

  • S - Express train locomotives (numbers 1–500)
  • P - Passenger train locomotives (numbers 501–1000)
  • G - Goods train locomotives (numbers 1001–2000)
  • T - Tank locomotives (numbers 2001–2600)

In 1912 the locomotives were again given new numbers and in some cases were reclassified. In addition, locomotive names were done away with.

  • S - Express train locomotives (numbers 1–2000)
  • P - Passenger train locomotives (numbers 2001–3000)
  • G - Goods train locomotives (numbers 3001–6000)
  • T - Goods train locomotives (numbers 6001–9000)

Narrow gauge locomotives were given the class letter ‘’’T’’’ and number range 3001–3042. This meant that two engines could have the same number. Older locomotives were no longer renumbered and retained their number until retirement.

In 1919 the French regional railway, “Chemins de fer d' Alsace et de Lorraine“ (AL) took over the system and continued with it until 1938, when the company went into the French national railways, the SNCF.

Steam locomotives[edit]

Passenger and express train locomotives[edit]

Original
class
Original
number(s)
1906
class
1906
number(s)
1912
class
1912
number(s)
DRG/SNCF number(s) Quantity Manufacturer
Serial numbers
Year(s) made Year(s) withdrawn Axle arrangement (UIC) Remarks
A 1 1–2 2 Carels Frères 1871 1900–1904 1B n2
A 2 3–17 P 2 536–548 15 Strousberg 1870 1912 1B n2
A 3 18–25 P 2 549–550 8 Sigl 1870 by 1907 1B n2
A 4 26–29 4 Vulcan Foundry 1866 by 1900 1B n2 Acquired 1871 from VF; ordered by Somerset and Dorset Railway (21–24), but not delivered.
A 5 42–51 P 2 551–556 P 2 555 10 Koechlin 1872 by 1913 1B n2
A 6 52–57 P 2 557–561 P 2 509 _ 6 Grafenstaden 1872 by 1920 1B n2
A 7 195–226 P 3 562–593 P 2 562…593 32 EMBG Mülhausen 1873 1911–1918 1B n2
A 8 227–242 P 3 594–609 P 2 594…606 16 Kitson & Co. 1874 1910–1922 1B n2
A 9 425–450 P 3 610–634 P 2 610…634 26 Esslingen 1874–1875 1907–1925 1B n2
A 10 571 P 4 636 P 3 1601 1 Grafenstaden 1892 1918 2′B n2v
A 11 572–579 P 4 637–644 P 3 1602–1609 8 Grafenstaden 1894 1915–1924 2′B n2
A 12 580–585 S 1 1–6 P 4 1901–1906 6 Henschel 1895 1920 2′B n2v
A 13 603–618 S 1 7–22 P 4 1907–1922 16 Grafenstaden 1897 1920–1926 2′B n2v
A 14 630–634 P 5 701–705 P 5 2001–2005 5 Grafenstaden 1898 1921 2′C n4v
A 15 712–717 S 2 23–28 S 3 201–206 6 Grafenstaden 1900 by 1925 2′B n2v Same as Prussian S 3
A 16 718–727
763–776
783–787
S 2 29–57 S 3 207–235 29 Hanomag
Schwartzkopff
Union Gießerei
Henschel
Vulcan
1900–1901 1921–1925 2′B n2v Same as Prussian S 3
A 16 777–782 S 2 58–63 S 3 and S 4 236–240, 401 6 Borsig 1900 1921–1925 2′B h2 Same as Prussian S 3 and S 4 (no. 63/401)
A 17 838–843
871–887
909–915
S 4 201–230 P 7 2301–2330 SNCF 230 C 301 – 330
CFL 3801–3804, 3811
30 Grafenstaden 1902–1903 by 1949 2′C n4v
A 18 844–864
916–938
987–992
S 3 101–150 S 5 501–554 54 Grafenstaden 1902–1913 by 1937 2′B n4v Same as Prussian S 51
B 1 30–41 P 1 501–512 P 1 101–102 12 Strousberg 1870 by 1918 B1 n2
B 2 243–257 P 1 531–521 15 Egestorft 1873 by 1912 B1 n2
B 3 258–267 P 1 522–531 P 1 103 10 Kitson & Co. 1874 by 1914 B1 n2
B 4 347–350 P 1 532–535 4 Strousberg 1870 1910 B1 n2 Ex Bavarian B IX 503–506
B 5 101–104 4 Kessler 1859–1863 by 1878 2′B n2 ex-Württemberg E (old);
S 5 251–330 S 9 901–980 SNCF 230 D 901 – 980 80 Grafenstaden
Henschel
1906–1909 by 1956 2′C n4v
S 6 401–408 S 12 1301–1308 SNCF 231 A 301 – 308 8 Grafenstaden 1909 by 1950 2′C1′ h4v
S 101 1101–1122 SNCF 230 G 101 – 122 22 Henschel 1912–1916 by 1957 2′C h4v Same as Prussian S 101, incl. 5 reparation locos
S 9 981 1 Hartmann 1914 1925 2′C h4v Reparation; Saxon XII HV
S 9 982–986 5 J. A. Maffei 1903–1907 by 1925 2′C n4v Reparation; Bavarian S 3/5
KPEV S 10 1150–1162 SNCF 230 H 157–161 13 Schwartzkopff
Vulcan
Hanomag
1910–1914 by 1951 2′C h4 Reparation; Prussian S 10
P 7 2331–2335 5 J. A. Maffei 1905–1907 by 1924 2′C n4v Reparation; Bavarian P 3/5 N
KPEV P 8 2350–2374 230 F 352 – 374 25 (various) 1909–1918 by 1966 2′C h2 Reparation; Prussian P 8
KPEV S 7 700 1 Hanomag 1905 1926 2′B1′ h4v Reparation; Prussian S 7
S 14 1311–1370 SNCF 231 B 311 – 370 60 Fives-Lille
Batignolles-Châtillon
1922 by 1957 2′C1′ h4v Identical to État 231-500, ex. PO 3661–3680
S 16 1401–1402 SNCF 231 D 1 – 2 1 SACM Grafenstaden 1933 1947 2′C1′ h2

Goods train locomotives[edit]

Original
class
Original
number(s)
1906
class
1906
number(s)
1912
class
1912
number(s)
DRG/SNCF number(s) Quantity Manufacturer
Serial numbers
Year(s)
made
Year(s)
withdrawn
Axle arrangement (UIC) Remarks
C 1 58–61 4 Wiener Neustadt 1870 by 1906 C n2 Ex MÁV 45–48
C 2 62–73 G 1 1001–1012 G 1 1002…1011 12 Wiener Neustadt 1871 1910–1923 C n2
C 3 74–77 G 1 1013–1016 4 Wiener Neustadt 1870 1910–1911 C n2
C 4 778–81 G 2 1040–1042 4 Strousberg 1870 1908–1909 C n2
C 5 82–96 G 2 1043–1047 15 Grafenstaden 1871 by 1909 C n2
C 6 97–100 G 2 1048 4 Schwartzkopff 1870 by 1908 C n2
C 7 105–124 G 2 1049–1068 G 2 1049…1068 20 Wöhlert 1872 by 1932 C n2
C 8 125–134 G 2 1069–1077 G 2 1073–1074 10 MBG 1871 by 1915 C n2
C 9 135–144 G 2 1078–1087 10 Schwartzkopff 1872 1909–1911 C n2
C 10 145–164 G 2 1088–1107 G 2 1088–1100, 1251–1256 20 Vulcan 1872 1911–1928 C n2
C 11 268–279, 343 G 2 1108–1120 G 2 1257–1258 13 G. Egestorft 1873–1874 1910–1920 C n2
C 12 280–297 G 2 1121–1138 G 2 1259–1263 18 Grafenstaden 1873 1912–1925 C n2
C 13 298–309 G 2 1139–1150 G 2 1264–1267 12 MBG 1873 by 1925 C n2
C 14 310–315 G 1 1017–1022 G 1 1017–1019 6 Floridsdorf 1872 by 1921 C n2
C 15 316–332 G 1 1023–1039 G 1 1024…1039 17 Wiener Neustadt 1873 by 1925 C n2
C 16 333–334 2 Schwartzkopff 1872 by 1900 C n2
C 17 335–340 G 2 1151–1155 G 2 1152–1153 6 Carels Frères 1873 by 1913 C n2
C 18 344–346 G 2 1156–1157 3 J. A. Maffei 1872 by 1910 C n2
C 19 371–410 G 2 1158–1197 G 2 1269–1281 40 Henschel 1874–1875 by 1921 C n2
C 20 411–424 G 2 1198–1211 G 2 1282–1291 14 Grafenstaden 1874 by 1932 C n2
C 21 468–479 G 3 1212–1223 G 3 1212…1223 12 Esslingen 1882 by 1924 C n2 Same as Prussian G 3 with outside valve gear
C 22 480–491 G 3 1224–1235 G 3 1224…1235 12 Esslingen 1883 by 1924 C n2 Same as Prussian G 3 with outside valve gear
C 23 517–523 G 3 1236–1242 G 3 1236…1242 7 Grafenstaden 1885 by 1924 C n2 Same as Prussian G 3 with outside valve gear
C 24 565–570 G 3 1243–1248 G 3 1243–1248 6 Grafenstaden 1892 by 1924 C n2 Same as Prussian G 3 with outside valve gear
C 25 586–593 G 4 1249–1256 G 4 3801–3808 8 Grafenstaden 1895 by 1932 C n2v
C 26 594–602 G 4 1257–1265 G 4 3809–3817 SNCF 030 C 810 9 Henschel 1896 by 1948 C n2v
C 27 635–653 G 4 1266–1284 G 4 3818–3836 19 Henschel 1898 by 1932 C n2v
C 28 654–663
694–701
G 41 1285–1302 G 41 3837–3854 18 Grafenstaden 1899–1900 by 1932 C n2v Same as Prussian G 42
C 29 702–711
751–762
G 52 1401–1422 G 52 4001–4022 DRG 54 324 22 Grafenstaden
Borsig
1900–1901 by 1937 1′C n2v Same as Prussian G 52
C 30 728–750
865–867
939–943
979–986
G 4 1303–1341 G 4 3855–3893 DRG 53 025 39 Hohenzollern
Hanomag
Grafenstaden
1900–1904 by 1932 C n2v Same as Prussian G 42
C 31 788–813 G 52 1423–1448 G 52 4023–4048 DRG 54 343–344, 54 353 26 Hanomag
Henschel
Schwartzkopff
Schichau
1901 by 1938 1′C n2v Same as Prussian G 52
C 32 898–907
961–975
1023–1088
G 52 1449–1615 G 52 4049–4215 DRG 54 368–386, 54 708–717
SNCF 130 C 61 – 215
CFL 3601/11–36
PKP Tg2-60–61/64–67/69/70/73
167 Schwartzkopff
Hartmann
Grafenstaden
Henschel
Humboldt
1900–1907 by 1955 1′C n2v Same as Prussian G 52
C 33 996–1000
1098–1102
G 8 1801–1847 G 11 5501–5547 47 Grafenstaden 1905–1910 by 1929 1′E n4v
G 55 4271–4273 SNCF 130 C 273 3 Grafenstaden 1912 by 1938 1′C n2v Same as Prussian G 55
G 81 5001–5138, 5151–5278, 5301–5321 DRG 55 2946, 55 3338–3340, 55 4275–4279, 55 4285
SNCF 040 D 151 – 287
171 (various) 1913–1919 by 1966 D h2 Same as Prussian G 81,
including reparations
G 9 1901–1906 G 10 5401–5435, 5436–5455 DRG 57 1124
SNCF 050 B 401 – 455
55 Henschel
Grafenstaden
Borsig
Hanomag
Esslingen
1910–1913 by 1955 E h2 Same as Prussian G 10,
including reparations
G 12 5563–5689 SNCF 150 C 563 – 680 127 Henschel
Grafenstaden
1917–1920 by 1957 1′E h3 Same as Prussian G 12,
including reparations
G 121 5551–5562 SNCF 150 B 551 – 652 12 Henschel 1915 by 1955 1′E h3 Same as Prussian G 121; and Est 5101–5105
KPEV G 51 3994–4000 7 (various) 1893–1901 unknown 1′C n2 Reparation
Prussian G 51
KPEV G 52 4219–4240 22 (various) 1896–1901 by 1939 1′C n2 Reparation
Prussian G 52
G 53 4241–4245 5 Hanomag
Humboldt
1903 by 1934 1′C n2 Reparation
Prussian G 53
G 54 4251–4267 SNCF 130 C 252 / 265 17 (various) 1902–1909 by 1955 1′C n2 Reparation
Prussian G 54
P 6 2100–2102 3 Humboldt
Henschel
Hanomag
1908–1909 by 1926 1′C n2 Reparation
Prussian P 6
G 71 4301–4320 SNCF 040 B 301 – 313 20 (various) 1899–1916 by 1955 D n2 Reparation
Prussian G 71
G 72 4321–4351 SNCF 040 B 321–351 31 (various) 1895–1916 by 1955 D n2v Reparation
Prussian G 72
G 8 5380–5393 13 (various) 1907–1913 by 1934 D h2 Reparation
Prussian G 8
G 14 5701–5761, 5801–5822 SNCF 140 B 701 – 822 83 Baldwin 1918 by 1955 1′D h2 USATC "Pershing" and USATC "Slad"
G 16 5901–5902 SNCF 151 A 901 – 902 2 SACM Grafenstaden 1936–1937 by 1945 1′E1′ h3

Tank locomotives[edit]

Original
class
Original
number(s)
1906
class
1906
number(s)
1912
class
1912
number(s)
DRG/SNCF number(s) Quantity Manufacturer
Serial numbers
Year(s)
made
Year(s)
withdrawn
Axle
arrangement (UIC)
Remarks
D 1 165–172 T 3 2045–2051 8 Tubize 1871 by 1909 C n2t
D 2 173–175 T 3 2052–2053 3 Grafenstaden 1870 by 1909 C n2t
D 3 176–179 4 Wöhlert 1872 by 1902 B n2t
D 4 180–194 T 2 2013–2027 T 2 2014…2025 15 MBG 1874 1910–1919 1′B n2t
D 5 341–342
351–354
T 4 2114–2119 T 4 2114…2119 6 Schwartzkopff 1874 1911–1915 B1 n2t
D 6 355–366 T 2 2032–2043 T 2 2032…2043 12 MBG 1874 1908–1921 1′B n2t
D 7 (MBG) 367–370 T 2 2028–2031 T 2 2028–2030 4 MBG 1874 1910–1921 1′B n2t
D 7 (Vulcan) 451 T 2.1 2044 1 Vulcan 1876 1909 C n2t Pontoon locomotive "Fasolt" with friction roller drive
D 8 452–455 T 1 2001–2004 T 1 2002–2004 4 Grafenstaden 1879 1908–1920 B n2t
D 9 456–457 T 1 2005–2006 T 1 2005–2006 2 Grafenstaden 1880 1912–1920 B n2t
D 10 458 T 1 2007 1 Grafenstaden 1880 1910 B n2t
D 11 459 T 3 2054 1 Grafenstaden 1880 1910 C n2t
D 12 460 T 1 2008 1 Henschel 1880 1909 B n2t
D 13 461–462 T 1 2009–2010 T 1 2010 2 Henschel 1881 1910–1913 B n2t
D 14 463–464 T 1 2011–2012 T 1 2011–2012 2 Henschel 1881 1912–1913 B n2t
D 15 465 T 3 2055 T 3 2055 1 Krauss 1881 1913 C n2t
D 16 466–467 T 3 2056–2057 T 3 2056–2057 2 Esslingen 1882 1913–1914 C n2t
D 17 492–495 T 4 2120–2123 4 Schichau 1882 1911 1B n2t
D 18 496–507 T 4 2124–2135 T 4 2124…2135 12 J. A. Maffei 1883 1910–1921 1B n2t
D 19 508–513 T 3 2058–2063 6 J. A. Maffei 1884 1911 C n2t
D 20 514–516 T 4 2136–2138 T 4 2136 3 Grafenstaden 1884 1911–1915 1B n2t
D 21 524–526 T 4 2139–2141 T 4 2139–2141 3 Henschel 1885 1921–1930 1B n2t
D 22 527–532 T 3 2064–2069 T 3 2064–2069 SNCF 030 TA 66 6 Henschel 1886 1913–1941 C n2t
D 23 533–535 T 4 2142–2144 T 4 2142–2144 3 Henschel 1886 1920–1937 1B n2t
D 24 536–537 T 5 2145–2146 T 5 2145–2146 2 Henschel 1887 1930 1B n2t,
1B n2vt
Rebuilt in 1901 into 1′B1′
D 25 538–540 T 3 2070–2072 T 3 2070–2072 3 Grafenstaden 1888 1921–1933 C n2t
D 26 551–564 T 3 2073–2086 T 3 6101–6114 14 Grafenstaden 1891 1917–1934 C n2t
D 27 619–629 T 3 2087–2097 T 3 6115–6125 SNCF 030 TB 125 11 Grafenstaden 1897 1918–1958 C n2t
D 28 664–673 T 6 2147–2156 T 4 6401–6410 10 Henschel 1899 1917–1933 1′B n2t Same as Prussian T 41
D 29 674–677 T 3 2098–2101 T 3 6126–6129 4 Grafenstaden 1899 1918–1929 C n2t
D 30 682–693 T 3 2102–2113 T 3 6130–6141 SNCF 030 TB 130, 030 TB 134 12 Grafenstaden 1900 1918–1958 C n2t
D 31 814–837
944–960
1001–1012
1089–1097
T 8 2301–2427 T 93 7051–7193 DRG 91 303–305, 91 544/656/745/1245/1694
SNCF 130 TA 51–191
CFL 30.01–30.03, 30.11–30.14
142 Henschel
Union Gießerei
Krauss (Munich)
Humboldt
Grafenstaden
Orenstein & Koppel
Arn. Jung
Hanomag
1901–1913 1′C n2t Same as Prussian T 93, including reparations
D 32 888–897
993–995
T 7 2201–2237 T 5 6601–6637 DRG 73 125
SNCF 122 TA 602 – 637
37 Krauss (Munich)
Grafenstaden
6401–6414
1903–1911 1932–1953 1′B2′ n2t Same as Bavarian D XII
D 33 1013–1022 T 9 2501–2566 T 17 8301–8366 SNCF 232 TB 301 – 366 66 Grafenstaden
Humboldt
1905–1913 by 1954 2′C2′ n4vt
T 3 6142–6144 3 Grafenstaden 1913 1933 C n2t
T 10 2601–2614 T 12 7701–7729 DRG 74 784–786, 74 1254
SNCF 130 TB 703 – 729
29 Grafenstaden
Borsig
Hohenzollern
1910–1914 by 1952 1′C h2t Same as Prussian T 12, including reparations
T 13 7901–7965 DRG 92 732–738
SNCF 040 TC 902 – 964
65 Grafenstaden
Hohenzollern
Hagans
Union Gießerei
1914–1918 by 1955 D n2t Same as Prussian T 13, including reparations
T 14 8501–8556 DRG 93 094, 93 188–191, 93 237
SNCF 141 TA 501 – 540
56 Henschel
Hanomag
Hohenzollern
Union Gießerei
1915–1918 by 1959 1′D1′ h2t Same as Prussian T 14, including reparations
T 16 8101–8112 DRG 94 462–464
SNCF 050 TA 101 – 112
12 Grafenstaden 1913 by 1955 E h2t Same as Prussian T 16
T 161 8113–8118 DRG 94 462–464/467, 94 1378–1379
SNCF 050 TA 113 – 118
6 Grafenstaden 1914 by 1955 E h2t Same as Prussian T 161
T 18 8401–8427 DRG 78 093
SNCF 232 TC 401–427
27 Vulcan
Grafenstaden
1915–1918 by 1966 2′C2′ h2t Same as Prussian T 18
T 19 8201–8213 SNCF 151 TB 201 – 213 13 1905–1910 by 1951 1′E1′ h2t Rebuilt from EL G 11
T 20 8601–8630 SNCF 242 TA 601 – 630 30 Batignolles–Châtillon
SACM Grafenstaden
1929–1930 by 1967 2′D2′ h2vt
T 91 KPEV 7214 T 91 7188 1 Hohenzollern 1897 1933 C1′ n2t Reparation Prussian T 91
T 11 KPEV 7512, 7508 T 11 7300–7301 2 Vulcan
Union Gießerei
1904–1905 1933 1′C n2t Reparation Prussian T 11

Narrow gauge locomotives[edit]

The narrow gauge locomotives of the Reich railways were built for the metre gauge lines of LützelburgDrulingen/Pfalzburg, ColmarEnsisheim and ColmarMarkolsheim.

Original
class
Original
number(s)
1906
class
1906
number(s)
1912
class
1912
number(s)
DRG/SNCF number(s) Quantity Manufacturer
Serial numbers
Year(s)
made
Year(s)
withdrawn
Axle arrangement (UIC) Remarks
E 1 541–543 T 21 3011–3013 T 31 1–3 3 Krauss (Munich) 1890 by 1925 C n2t
E 2 7 T 20 3001 1 Krauss (Munich) 1885 1920 B n2t Tram locomotive
E 3 547–549 T 20 3002–3004 3 SLM 1883 1910–1933 B n2t
E 4 565 T 21 3014 T 31 4 1 Grafenstaden 1891 by 1925 C n2t
E 5 678–681 T 21 3015–3018 T 31 5–8 4 Krauss (Munich) 1899 by 1925 C n2t
E 6 868–870
976–978
T 22 3031–3042 T 37 111–123 SNCF 040 TB 111 – 123 13 Hagans 1903–1913 by 1953 D n2t Metre gauge

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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