List of preserved steam locomotives in Germany

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This list of preserved steam locomotives in Germany makes no claim to being complete. While there are many surviving examples of several locomotive classes, some are in a very poor condition. Thus the list includes partly dismantled or badly corroded locomotives, the technical condition of which cannot really be accurately conveyed in their descriptions.

In many cases the names of organisations, societies and museums have been translated in line with Wikipedia practice. However where they have a standard abbreviation in German, this has been retained. For example, the German Railway History Company (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Eisenbahngeschichte) is abbreviated to DGEG, its normal (German) abbreviation. In either case the link leads to the English Wikipedia article where both English and German names are given. In addition the following common German abbreviations are used:

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Special locomotives[edit]

Replicas of historic engines, that cannot be grouped into a specific class.

Name Type Built Manufacturer Owner Location Remarks Working
Adler 2-2-2 1935 AW Kaiserslautern DB AG Nuremberg Transport Museum, Nuremberg Working replica of the first steam locomotive to run in Germany; Yes
Adler 2-2-2 1952 AW Offenburg DB AG Nuremberg Transport Museum, Nuremberg Rolling replica of the first steam locomotive to run in Germany Museum locomotive
Die Pfaltz 4-2-0 1925 RAW Weiden DB AG Neustadt/Weinstrasse Railway Museum Replica of a Crampton locomotive built by J. A. Maffei as the Palatinate Railway No. 26 Museum locomotive
Beuth 2-2-2 1912 Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin (DTMB) DTMB, Berlin Replica of the first steam locomotive independently developed in Germany by August Borsig, works number 24, around 1841 Museum locomotive
Saxonia 0-4-2 1988 AW Halle DB AG Dresden Transport Museum, Dresden Working replica of the first effectively-functioning steam locomotive built in Germany, DB 088 895-8 Yes

Locomotives that can be grouped into the classification scheme[edit]

Class 01[edit]

The Class 01 locomotives were the first production series standard express train locomotives in the Deutsche Reichsbahn. They were of the 4-6-2 or Pacific type.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Works no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location Remarks Working
01 005 01 2005-5 1925 Borsig
11997
Dresden Transport Museum TBW Staßfurt Lowest numbered preserved 01, delivered 17 February 1926 Museum locomotive
01 008 001 008-2 1925 Borsig
12000
DGEG Bochum-Dahlhausen Railway Museum Oldest preserved German Einheitslokomotive, delivered 26 January 1926 Museum locomotive
01 024 1927 Henschel
20827
BEM BEM, Nördlingen Used for spare parts, formerly steam generator 10 at Staßfurt Museum locomotive
01 066 01 2066-7 1928 BMAG
9020
BEM BEM, Nördlingen Ex-heating engine at Nauen Yes
01 111 001 111-2 1934 BMAG
10309
DDM DDM, Neuenmarkt Museum locomotive
01 118 01 2118-6 1934 Krupp
1415
HEF Frankfurt Harbour Railway, HLB  (Königsteiner Bahn) Frankfurt Eastern Harbour Deutsche Reichsbahn until 1981 Yes
01 137 01 2137-6 1935 Henschel
22579
DB AG Dresden Transport Museum BW Dresden-Altstadt DBAG 088 016-1 Museum locomotive
01 150 001 150-0 1935 Henschel
22698
DB AG Railroad Foundation Joachim Schmidt SEH, Heilbronn Damaged in a major fire on 17 October 2005 at Nuremberg locomotive depot. Rebuilt by DLW Meiningen, including a new boiler. Returned to service 23 May 2013. DBAG 088 011-2 Yes
01 164 001 164-1 1936 Henschel
22712
Norbert Heidrich (private) Lichtenfels Museum locomotive
01 173 001 173-2 1936 Henschel
22721
Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin (DTMB) SEH, Heilbronn Undergoing restoration Not yet
01 180 001 180-9 1937 Henschel
22923
BEM BEM, Nördlingen Repatriated from Switzerland in 2011 Museum locomotive
01 204 01 2204-4 1937 Henschel
23256
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil Ex-DR heritage locomotive Museum locomotive
01 220 001 220-1 1937 Henschel
23468
DB AG Town of Treuchtlingen Thermalbad Treuchtlingen Monument

Class 01.5[edit]

The Class 01.5 were reconstructed DRG Class 01 express locomotives (Rekoloks) reclassfied by the Deutsche Reichsbahn in the GDR.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location Remarks Working
01 509 01 0509-8 1963 RAW Meiningen
111
Preßnitztalbahn Preßnitztalbahn Espenhain Ex 01 143, oil-fired, Operational since April 2010 Yes
01 514 01 1514-7 1963 RAW Meiningen
116
Technikmuseum Speyer TM Speyer Ex 01 208 Museum locomotive
01 519 01 1519-6 1964 RAW Meiningen
121
Eisenbahnfreunde Zollernbahn Badische Schwarzwaldbahn BW Rottweil Ex 01 186 Yes
01 531 01 1531-1 1964 RAW Meiningen
134
DB AG Society for the Promotion of BW Arnstadt EM BW Arnstadt Ex 01 158, coal-fired, cone-shaped smokebox door. DBAG 088 015-3 No

Class 01.10[edit]

The Class 01.10 were standard express train locomotives with the Deutsche Reichsbahn. The Class 01.10 was an evolutionary development of Class 01 with 3 cylinders and streamlining. On the introduction of computerised (EDP) numbers, the coal-fired locomotives were renumbered to the 011 series and the oil-fired versions to 012.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location Remarks Working
01 1056 011 056-9 1939 BMAG
11312
DME Darmstadt-Kranichstein Railway Museum Coal-fired, formerly a monument at Rheine Museum locomotive
01 1061 012 061-8 1939 BMAG
11317
DDM DDM, Neuenmarkt Oil-fired Museum locomotive
01 1063 012 063-4 1939 BMAG
11319
City of Brunswick HBF, Brunswick Oil-fired Monument
01 1066 012 066-7 1939 BMAG
11322
UEF Historical Steam Express Train Group SEH, Heilbronn Oil-fired Yes
01 1081 012 081-6 1940 BMAG
11337
UEF Historical Steam Express Train Group Augsburg Railway Park Oil-fired, formerly a monument at Bad Münster am Stein Museum locomotive
01 1082 012 082-4 1940 BMAG
11338
Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin (DTMB) DTMB, Berlin Oil-fired Museum locomotive
01 1100 012 100-4 1940 BMAG
11356
DB AG REF BW Oberhausen Oil-fired. DBAG 088 010-4 No
01 1102 012 102-0 1940 BMAG
11358
TransEurop Eisenbahn AG Orient-Express Train de Luxe Betriebs GmbH SEH, Heilbronn Oil-fired; with streamlining, blue livery Museum locomotive
01 1104 012 104-6 1940 BMAG
11360
Privately owned Bw Crailsheim Oil-fired No

Class 03[edit]

The Class 03 engines were built between 1930 and 1937 as express locomotives for routes that were only suitable for axle loads up to 18 tonnes.

Class 03.0-2[edit]

The low weight of this locomotive, which was based on the DRG Class 01, was achieved by using a light bar frame, smaller boiler and smaller cylinders. From running number 03 123 the pumps were located in the middle of the vehicle and from number 03 163 the locomotives had larger leading wheels. All locomotives had 2 cylinders.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location Remarks Working
03 001 03 2001-0 1930 Borsig
12251
DB AG Dresden Transport Museum BW Dresden-Altstadt Tender 2'2 T 30. DBAG 088 036-9 Museum locomotive
03 002 03 2002-8 1930 Borsig
12252
Rügen Railway & Technology Museum (Rügen RTM) Rügen RTM, Prora With streamlining added later based on that of the 03 193 Museum locomotive
03 098 03 2098-6 1933 Borsig
14449
Technikmuseum Speyer Technikmuseum Speyer DR Rekolok Museum locomotive
03 131 003 131-4 1933 Henschel
22211
German Steam Locomotive Museum (DDM) DDM, Neuenmarkt Museum locomotive
03 155 03 2155-4 1934 Borsig
14475
Wedler & Franz GbR (WFL) Wedler & Franz GbR (WFL) Bw Nossen DR Rekolok Yes
03 188 003 188-0 1935 BMAG
10329
Landkreis Esslingen Nuremberg Transport Museum Technical High School, Kirchheim Teck Monument
03 204 03 2204-0 1936 Borsig
14577
LDC Bw Cottbus Former monument at BW Cottbus, old-type boiler with mixer-preheater No
03 243 03 2243-8 1936 Borsig
14622
DLW Meiningen DLW Meiningen DR Rekolok; Disassembled No
03 295 03 2295-8 1937 Borsig
14692
Privately owned Augsburg Railway Park DR Rekolok No

Class 03.10[edit]

The Class 03.10 was an evolutionary development of the Class 03, comparable to the locomotives of Class 01.10,which were derived from Class 01. Class 03.10 were three-cylinder locomotives equipped with full streamlining on delivering.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location Remarks Working
03 1010 03 0010-3
03 1010-2
1940 Borsig
14921
DB AG Nuremberg Transport Museum, Halle branch/ Bw Berlin-Schöneweide DR Rekolok, rebuilt to oil-firing (03 0010-3), Converted back to coal (03 1010-2). DBAG 088 035-1 Yes
03 1090 03 0090-5 1940 Maffei
15842
DB AG Mecklenburgische Eisenbahnfreunde Schwerin e.V. BW Schwerin DR Rekolok, oil-fired No

Class 05[edit]

Class 05 locomotives were standard express train locomotives of the Deutsche Reichsbahn with full streamlining. Three engines were built, number 05 002 achieved a world speed record for rail vehicles at over 200 km/h.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location Remarks Working
05 001 1935 Borsig
14552
DB AG Nuremberg Transport Museum Streamlining on one side Museum locomotive

Class 10[edit]

The Class 10 were express locomotives and the last class of steam locomotives built by the Deutsche Bundesbahn. They were intended to replace the Class 01 and 01.10s. Only 2 units were built.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location Remarks Working
10 001 010 001-6 1956 Krupp
3351
DDM DDM, Neuenmarkt Oil-fired. Streamlining similar to 18 201, black/silver. Rolls, but not fully working Museum locomotive

Class 15[edit]

Before 1925, the Class 15 engine was classified as S 2/6 with the Royal Bavarian State Railways. This 4-4-4 locomotive was specially designed in 1906 as a one-off for express train testing.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location Remarks Working
(15 001) 1906 Maffei
2519
DB AG Nuremberg Transport Museum, Nuremberg Bavarian S 2/6 No. 3201; DRG running number was never carried Museum locomotive

Class 17[edit]

Class 17 was assigned to 4-6-0 Express passenger locomotives of the various Länderbahnen (state railways)

Class 17.0[edit]

The Deutsche Reichsbahn grouped 2 very similar state railway express locomotive classes into DRG Class 17.0-1: nos. 17 001 – 17 135 (the Prussian S 10) and nos. 17 141 – 17 143 (the LBE S 10)

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location Remarks Working
17 008 1911 BMAG
4760
Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin (DTMB) DTMB Berlin Prussian S 10, Breslau 1008, sectioned Museum locomotive

Class 17.10[edit]

Class 17.10 was assigned to the Prussian S 101.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location Remarks Working
17 1055 1913 Henschel
11512
Dresden Transport Museum Dresden outside depot
(not accessible)
Prussian S 10.1, Posen 1107, badged as Osten 1135 Museum locomotive

Class 18[edit]

The Deutsche Reichsbahn grouped those express train, tender locomotives with an axle arrangement of 2'C1' (Pacific), taken over from the state railways, into Class 18. In addition, locomotive number 18 201 is also included in this class. The remaining locomotives in the Deutsche Reichsbahn of the GDR incorporated into Class 02 on the change-over to computerised numbers.

Class 18.3[edit]

The class IV h locomotives of the Grand Duchy of Baden State Railway (Deutsche Reichsbahn Class 18.3) are express locomotives with an axle arrangement of 2'C1' (Pacific).

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location Remarks Working
18 314 02 0314-1 1919 / 1960 J. A. Maffei
5089 /
RAW Zwickau
ATM ATM, Sinsheim Ex Baden IV h, DR rebuild, oil-fired Museum locomotive
18 316 018 316-0 1919 J. A. Maffei
5091
Technoseum Technoseum, Mannheim Ex Baden IV h Museum locomotive
18 323 018 323-6 1920 J. A. Maffei
5109
Nuremberg Transport Museum Offenburg High School, Badstrasse Ex Baden IV h, ex Baden State Railway No. 1011 Monument

Class 18.4–5[edit]

The steam locomotives of Bavarian class S 3/6, DRG Class 18.4–5, were express locomotives with the axle arrangement 4-6-2 (Pacific).

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location Remarks Working
18 427 1914 J. A. Maffei
3441
DGEG Bochum-Dahlhausen Railway Museum Bavarian S 3/6g; ex Palatinate Railway No. 343, restored remnant (boiler section) Museum locomotive
18 451 1912 J. A. Maffei
3315
DM DM Munich Bavarian S 3/6e No. 3634; the only preserved S 3/6 with 2-metre driving wheels Museum locomotive
18 478 1918 J. A. Maffei
4536
BEM BEM Nördlingen Bavarian S 3/6i No. 3673, original boiler, general inspection April 2004 Museum locomotive
18 505 018 505-8 1924 J. A. Maffei
5555
DGEG Neustadt/Weinstraße Railway Museum, Neustadt/Weinstraße Bavarian S 3/6k, No. 3706; Museum locomotive
18 528 1928 J. A. Maffei
5696
Krauss-Maffei Werksmuseum
Allach
Bavarian S 3/6m, not accessible to the public Monument

Class 18.6 (DB)[edit]

In the 1950s the Deutsche Bundesbahn carried out a modernisation of much of its locomotive fleet. This included the conversion of 30 examples of Class 18.5 by the firms of Krauss-Maffei and Henschel. This involved the Reichsbahn locomotives procured roughly between 1927 and 1930 of Bavarian S 3/6 series l to o, that were reclassified into DB Class 18.6.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location Remarks Working
18 612 1927 J. A. Maffei
5672
DDM DDM, Neuenmarkt Ex Bavarian S 3/6m, ex 18 520 with new boiler Museum locomotive

18 201[edit]

Locomotive number 18 201 of the Deutsche Reichsbahn (GDR) emerged in 1961 at the Reichsbahnausbesserungswerk Meiningen as a conversion of the Henschel-Wegmann train locomotive, number 61 002, the tender of 44 468 and parts of H 45 024.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location Remarks Working
18 201 02 0201-0 1939 / 1961 Henschel
22501 / RAW Meiningen
Christian Goldschagg (private) Dampf Plus GmbH BW Lutherstadt Wittenberg Rebuilt DR, ex 61 002, oil-fired, additional tender for long runs
(2'2' T 34); DBAG 088 025-2
Yes

Class 19[edit]

The DRG Class 19 were eight-coupled express train tender locomotives with a 1′D1′ axle arrangement taken over from the Royal Saxon State Railways.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location Remarks Working
19 017 04 1017-5 1922 Hartmann
4523
Dresden Transport Museum Dresden Transport Museum, Dresden Ex Saxon XX HV, Saxon State Railways No. 207, DR heritage locomotive, 4 cylinders Museum locomotive

Class 22[edit]

The Class 22 were passenger train locomotives with the Deutsche Reichsbahn in East Germany, that were converted from former 39.0-2 engines between 1958 and 1962, as part of the reconstruction programme and were renumbered in 1970 under the new computer-generated numbering scheme back to Class 39.10. Several Class 22 boilers were also reused for Class 03.10 locomotives.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
22 029 39 1029-6 1924 Linke
2925
BEM BEM, Nördlingen Rekolok, ex 39 197, ex steam generator at Stendal, used for spares No
22 047 1924 Linke
2910
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Rekolok, ex DRG 39 172 No
22 064 1924 Henschel
20616 / 80
BEM BEM, Nördlingen Rekolok, ex 39 165, Rekolok 1960 RAW Meiningen, ex steam generator at Meiningen Museum locomotive
22 066 1923 Borsig
11636 / 82
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil Rekolok, ex 39 033, Rekolok 1960 RAW Meiningen, ex steam generator at Magdeburg and Staßfurt Museum locomotive
22 073 1924 Henschel
20183
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Rekolok, ex DRG 39 132, steam generator No

Class 23[edit]

The DRG had two examples of the DRG Class 23 Einheitslokomotive built, but it was not until after the Second World War that it went into series production with an improved design as the DB Class 23 and DR Class 23.10.

Class 23 DB[edit]

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
23 019 023 019-3 1952 Jung
11474
DDM DDM, Neuenmarkt Museum locomotive
23 029 023 029-2 1952 Jung
11474
Ostalbkreis Aalen trade
school centre
Monument
23 042 023 042-5 1954 Henschel
28542
Darmstadt-Kranichstein Railway Museum (DKRM) Deutsche Museumseisenbahn GmbH DKRM, Darmstadt Yes
23 058 023 058-1 1955 Krupp
3446
Club 41073 BW Haltingen Yes
23 105 023 105-0 1959 Jung
13113
DB AG South German Railway Museum (SEH) SEH, Heilbronn Last steam engine delivered to the DB; damaged in the major fire on 17 October 2005, on loan for 10 years to SEH for (optical) restoration No

Class 23.10[edit]

In the course of the changeover to computerised numbers the Class 23.10 became Class 35.10.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
23 1019 35 1019-5 1958 LKM B
123019
LDC BW Cottbus Former monument at Hoyerswerda Yes
23 1021 35 1021-1 1958 LKM B
123021
Rügen Railway & Technology Museum (Rügen RTM) Rügen RTM, Prora Museum locomotive
23 1028 35 1028-6 1958 LKM B
123028
Hei Na Ganzlin Röbel/Müritz Ex-steam generator, body of boiler and axles No
23 1074 35 1074-0 1959 LKM B
123074
Hei Na Ganzlin BW Görlitz-Schlauroth Ex-steam generator No
23 1097 35 1097-1 1959 LKM B
123097
IG 58 3047 BW Glauchau General inspection 2 June 2007 Yes
23 1113 35 1113-6 1959 LKM B
123113
DB AG BW Nossen Last steam engine of this class delivered to the DR Museum locomotive

Class 24[edit]

The locomotives of the Class 24 were standard passenger train locomotives with the Deutsche Reichsbahn.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
24 004 37 1004-3 1928 Schichau
3119
Dresden Transport Museum Dresden outside depot
(inaccessible)
Ex-DR heritage locomotive No
24 009 37 1009-2 1928 Schichau
3124
Eisenbahn-Kurier Historic Steam Trips BW Gelsenkirchen-Bismarck No
24 083 1938 Schichau
3323
Dampfzug Betriebs Gemeinschaft e.V. Hildesheim - Loburg BW Loburg Ex-PKP Oi2-22 Yes

Class 34[edit]

In Class 34 of the Deutsche Reichsbahn are grouped state railway, passenger train tender locomotives with an axle arrangement of 1'B.

Class 34.742-744[edit]

Class B IX of the Royal Bavarian State Railways were the first express locomotives in Bavaria.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
1874 Maffei / 1000 DM Freilassing Locomotive World, Freilassing ex K.Bay.Sts.B. 634, sectioned display model Museum locomotive

Class 35[edit]

On the introduction of computerised numbering in 1970, the Deutsche Reichsbahn (GDR) grouped all its Class 23.10 steam engines into Class 35, renumbering them accordingly..

Class 38[edit]

The Deutsche Reichsbahn grouped all the passenger train tender locomotives with two leading carrying axles and three coupled axles taken over from the state railways, into its Class 38.

Class 38.2–3[edit]

The class 38.2–3 contained the Saxon XII H2.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
38 205 38 5205-0 1910 Hartmann
3387
DB AG Saxon Railway Museum(SEM) SEM, Chemnitz-Hilbersdorf 088 386-8 Saxon 656, later, 3656 Museum locomotive

Class 38.10–40[edit]

The class 38.10–40 contained the Prussian P 8.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
38 1182 38 1182-5 1910 BMAG
4485
DB AG BSW East Thuringian railway hub Railworld Gera 088 385-0 Oldest preserved Prussian P 8 in Germany, Former DR heritage locomotive, lifting link gear, ex Frankfurt 2421 Museum locomotive
38 1444 1910 Linke
2922
Alstom LHB Museum Alstom, Salzgitter Ex-Hannover 2412 Museum locomotive
38 1772 038 772-0 1915 Schichau
2275
W. Greiffenberger (private) EFB AW Siegen Ex-Königsberg 2458, last P 8 in the DB, licence expired 1993 Museum locomotive
38 2267 38 2267-3 1918 Henschel
15695
DGEG Bochum-Dahlhausen Railway Museum Ex-2553 Erfurt Yes
38 2383 038 382-8 1919 Henschel
16539
DDM DDM, Neuenmarkt Ex-Elberfeld 2535 Museum locomotive
38 2425 1919 Schichau
2739
Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin (DTMB) Berlin Anhalter Bf Ex-Stettin 2536, ex Danzig 2441, ex PKP Ok 1-296 Museum locomotive
38 2460 1919 Linke
1804
Manuel Jußen (private) Länderbahnreisen Manuel Jußen Dieringhausen Railway Museum, Dieringhausen Posen 2455, ex CFR 230.094, DRG Yes
38 2884 038 884-3 1920 Vulcan
3641
DB AG Nuremberg Transport Museum, Nuremberg KED Stettin 2517 Not known
38 3180 1921 Linke, Breslau
2257
Bavarian Railway Museum (BEM) BEM Nördlingen Ex-KED Halle 2586, ex CFR 230.105 Museum locomotive
38 3199 1921 Linke, Breslau
2276
South German Railway Museum (SEH) SEH, Heilbronn Ex-KED 2580 Elberfeld, Breslau, CFR 230.106, general inspection 05/02 Yes
38 3650 038 650-8 1922 Borsig
11419
Real Center (private) Böblingen car park Ex-KED Elberfeld 3097 Monument
38 3711 038 711-8 1922 Hohenzollern
4255
Möbel Hesse (private) Garbsen-Berenbostel, car park Ex-KED Hannover 2591 Monument
38 3999 1923 Schichau
2998
Darmstadt-Kranichstein Railway Museum (EMD-K) Deutsche Museumseisenbahn EMD-K, Darmstadt-Kranichstein Ex-CFR 230.110, ex KPEV Hannover 2676 Not known

Class 39[edit]

The Deutsche Reichsbahn arranged the tender-equipped passenger train locomotives of the Prussian state railways Class P 10 into DRG Class 39 .

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
39 184 1924 Linke, Breslau
2922
Alstom LHB Museum Alstom, Salzgitter Museum locomotive
39 230 1923 MBG K
2308
Nuremberg Transport Museum DDM, Neuenmarkt Prussian P 10, lifting link gear Museum locomotive

Class 41[edit]

The Class 41 were standard goods train locomotives with the Deutsche Reichsbahn. The computer numbers 042 were for DB locomotives of the Class 41 with oil-firing, but not grouped with Class 42.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
41 018 042 018-2 1939 Henschel
24320
Munich Steam Locomotive Company (MSLC) IGE-Bahntouristik/
MSLC
Augsburg Railway Park, Augsburg Oil-fired Yes
41 024 042 024-0 1939 Henschel
24326
Darmstadt-Kranichstein Railway Museum (EMD-K) Deutsche Museumseisenbahn EMD-K, Darmstadt-Kranichstein Oil-fired Museum locomotive
41 025 41 1025-0 1939 Henschel
24327
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil Rekolok Museum locomotive
41 052 042 052-1 1939 Henschel
24354
Osnabrück-Piesberg Currently being restored No
41 073 042 073-7 1939 Borsig
14794
Club 41073 BW Haltingen Currently being restored, high performance boiler (1961), oil-fired No
41 096 042 096-8 1939 Krupp
1918
DG 41 096 Warnetalbahn Klein Mahner Oil-fired, rebuilt 1960, Yes
41 113 042 113-1 1938 Krupp
1935
Sinsheim Auto & Technik Museum (ATM) ATM, Sinsheim Oil-fired, new-type boiler Museum locomotive
41 125 41 1125-8 1938 BMAG
11064
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Rekolok No
41 137 41 1137-3 1939 Schichau
3343
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil Rekolok Museum locomotive
41 144 41 1144-9 1939 Schichau
3350
IGEW Bw Eisenach Rekolok with tender 2'2'T32 or 2'2'T34 Yes
41 150 41 1150-6 1939 Schichau
3356
Bavarian Railway Museum (BEM) Romantic Rails (Romantische Schiene) BEM, Nördlingen Rekolok Yes
41 185 41 1185-2 1939 O&K
13177
Nuremberg Transport Museum (NTM) NTM, Halle branch 088 415 Rekolok Museum locomotive
41 186 042 186-7 1938 ME
4357
Dieringhausen Railway Museum (DRM) DRM, Dieringhausen Oil-fired, new-type boiler Museum locomotive
41 225 41 1225-6 1940 Henschel
24792
Saxon Railway Museum (SEM) SEM, Chemnitz-Hilbersdorf Rekolok Museum locomotive
41 226 042 226-1 1938 Henschel
24793
DDMM Tuttlingen Oil-fired, new-type boiler (1961)
41 231 41 1231-4 1939 Borsig
14812
Traditionsbetriebswerk Staßfurt Salzland-Express TBW Staßfurt Rekolok No
41 271 042 271-7 1940 Borsig
14850
Rendsburger Eisenbahnfreunde BW Neumünster Oil-fired, displayed as 042 271-7 Museum locomotive
41 289 41 1289-2 1939 Schichau
3377
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Rekolok No
41 303 41 1303-1 1939 Jung
8692
Hei Na Ganzlin Röbel/Müritz Rekolok, only parts of the locomotive remain No
41 360 042 360-8 1940 Jung
9318
Dampflok-Tradition Oberhausen BW Osterfeld (Oberhausen) Oil-fired Yes
41 364 042 364-0 1941 Jung
9322
Munich Steam Locomotive Company Augsburg Railway Park, Augsburg Oil-fired, new-type boiler '61 Museum locomotive

Class 42[edit]

The goods train locomotives of the Class 42 built from 1943 onwards were the second, heavy class of so-called war locomotives (Kriegslokomotiven) (KDL 2), intended for duties on routes that were cleared for a higher axle load. Further locomotives were built and sold by LOFAG after the war.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
42 1504 1944 Esslingen
4874
Technikmuseum Speyer (TMS) TMS, Speyer Ex-PKP Ty 43-137, ex HE, ex DRG Museum locomotive
42 2754 1949 LOFAG
17640
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil Ex-BDŽ 16.15, ex ÖGEG, formerly a monument at Bender Leverkusen-Opladen Museum locomotive
42 2768 1949 LOFAG
17654
Bavarian Railway Museum (BEM) BEM, Nördlingen Ex-BDŽ 16.16 Museum locomotive

Class 43[edit]

The Class 43 was the second Reichsbahn locomotive class to be built on standard locomotive (Einheitslok) principles. These two-cylinder locomotives were delivered by Henschel and Schwartzkopff. Several DB Class 44 locomotives were also given computer numbers beginning with 043, but were not part of DRG Class 43.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
43 001 1927 Henschel
20726
Dresden Transport Museum Saxon Railway Museum (SEM), Chemnitz-Hilbersdorf Ex heritage locomotive at Bw Cottbus Museum locomotive

Class 44[edit]

The Class 44 were standard goods train, steam locomotives with three cylinder engines. Both the DB and the East German DR converted some of the engines to oil-firing, the DB ones being recognisable from their 043 computerised numbers. 20 DR locomotives were fitted with the Wendler coal-dust firing system. Several DR locomotives were used as heating engines after being reconverted from oil to coal, but were not given 'coal numbers'; here the last known EDP running number is listed.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
44 100 043 100-7 1939 Henschel
24269
Sinsheim Auto & Technik Museum (ATM) ATM, Sinsheim Oil-fired Museum locomotive
44 105 44 2105-3 1938 Krupp
1879
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Oil-fired locomotive 44 0105-5, ex Dsp Bw Weißenfels, inside cylinder and gear dismantled No
44 167 44 2167-3 1938 BMAG
10882
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil Oil-fired locomotive 44 0167-5, reconverted to grate firing Museum locomotive (?)
44 177 44 2177-2 1940 Krupp
1997
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil Ex-PmH Bw Eisenach, oil-fired locomotive 44 0177-4 (1982 rebuilt PmH, grate-fired) Museum locomotive (?)
44 196 44 2196-2 1940 Krupp
2018
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil Ex-Dsp Est. Guben, Wagner smoke deflectors, oil-fired locomotive 44 0196-4, reconverted to grate-firing Museum locomotive (?)
44 225 44 2225-9 1939 Schwartzkopff
11279
LDC BW Cottbus Rebuilt to oil, coal, 44 0225-1, cylinder damage No
44 264 44 2264-8 1940 Schichau
3390
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil Partly dismantled (no boiler), rebuilt to oil-firing, coal, 44 0264-0 Museum locomotive (?)
44 276 044 276-4 1940 Krauss-Maffei
15745
DDM DDM Neuenmarkt Coal-fired Museum locomotive
44 351 44 2351-3 1941 Borsig
15032
Imprägnierwerk Wülknitz Rebuilt to oil-firing, coal, 44 0351-5 Monument
44 381 043 381-3 1941 ME
4446
Sommer Metall und Gußwerke Co. (private) Bavarian Railway Museum (BEM), Nördlingen Oil-fired Museum locomotive
44 389 044 389-5 1941 Henschel
25998
Altenbeken Coal-fired Monument
44 394 44 2394-3 1941 Henschel
26003
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Former steam generator No
44 397 44 2397-6 1941 Henschel
26006
Rügen Railway & Technology Museum (Rügen RTM) Rügen RTM, Prora Rebuilt to oil-firing, coal, 44 0397-8 Museum locomotive
44 404 044 404-2 1941 Henschel
26013
Darmstadt-Kranichstein Railway Museum (DKRM) Deutsche Museumseisenbahn DKRM, Darmstadt-Kranichstein Coal-fired, Riggenbach counter-pressure brake Museum locomotive
44 434 044 434-9 1941 Henschel
26043
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil with Schürze Museum locomotive (?)
44 481 044 481-0 1941 Henschel
26090
Rheinmetall Landsysteme Henschelplatz 1 34127 Kassel Coal-fired Monument
44 500 44 0500-7 1941 Krauss-Maffei
16105
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil Ex-PmH, Rebuilt to oil, coal Museum locomotive (?)
44 508 044 508-0 1941 Krauss-Maffei
16113
Nuremberg Transport Museum Westerwälder Eisenbahnfreunde 44 508 e.V. Westerburg Coal-fired No
44 546 44 2546-8 1941 Krauss-Maffei
16151
Bavarian Railway Museum (BEM) BEM, Nördlingen Rebuilt to oil-firing, coal, 44 0546-0 Museum locomotive
44 594 044 594-0 1941 Krupp
2242
Dampflokfreunde Salzwedel (private) Salzwedel Coal-fired Museum locomotive
44 606 043 606-3 1941 Krupp
2254
Munich Steam Locomotive Company Augsburg Railway Park, Augsburg Badged as 44 606 Museum locomotive
44 635 44 0635-1 1941 Schichau
3460
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil Ex-PmH Bw Eisenach, oil-fired locomotive 44 0635-1 (rebuilt PmH, grate-fired) Museum locomotive (?)
44 663 44 2663-1 1941 Borsig
15119
Traditionsbetriebswerk Staßfurt TBW Staßfurt Rebuilt to oil-firing, coal, 44 0663-3 No
44 687 44 2687-0 1941 LOFAG
9274
WAB BW Altenbeken Rebuilt to oil-firing, coal, 44 0687-2 No
44 903 043 903-4 1943 Batignolles-Châtillon
695
Arbeitskreis monument e.V. Emden station forecourt Oil-fired Monument
44 1040 44 0040-4 1942 LOFAG
9396
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil Ex-PmH 8,rebuilt to oil-firing, coal Museum locomotive (?)
44 1056 44 1056-9 1942 LOFAG
9412
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil Ex-PmH, oil-fired locomotive 44 0056-0, (rebuilt PmH, grate-fired) Museum locomotive (?)
44 1093 44 0093-3 1942 LOFAG
9449
DB AG Förderverein BW Arnstadt EM BW Arnstadt 088 445 Rebuilt to oil-firing, coal ( 44 1093-2), Öl Museum locomotive
44 1106 44 1106-2 1942 Borsig
15155
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil Wagner smoke deflectors, ex heating engine BW Cottbus, rebuilt to oil-firing, coal, 44 0106-3 Museum locomotive (?)
44 1182 44 1182-3 1942 Krupp
2684
Traditionsbetriebswerk Staßfurt TBW Staßfurt Rebuilt to oil-firing, coal, 44 0182-4 No
44 1203 043 196-5 1942 Krupp
2705
Stadt Salzbergen Bahnhof Salzbergen Oil-fired Monument
44 1251 44 1251-6 1942 Borsig
15237
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil Wagner smoke deflectors, 2 cylinders, ex heating engine at Guben, rebuilt to oil, coal, 44 0251-7 Museum locomotive
44 1315 043 315-1 1943 Krupp
2737
Stadt Kornwestheim South German Railway Museum (SEH) SEH, Heilbronn Oil-fired, on loan until 2015 No
44 1338 44 0338-2 1942 Krupp
2760
Saxon Railway Museum (SEM) SEM Chemnitz-Hilbersdorf Rebuilt to oil-firing, coal, ex PmH 10 Bw Eisenach, locomotive given in 1999 tender 2´2´T31 (ex P 10, ex oil wagon Bw Eisenach) Museum locomotive
44 1377 044 377-0 1942 Krupp
2799
DGEG Bochum-Dahlhausen Railway Museum Coal-fired Museum locomotive
44 1378 44 1378-7 1942 Krupp
2800
South German Railway Museum (SEH) SEH, Heilbronn Rebuilt to oil-firing, coal, 44 0378-8 Museum locomotive
44 1412 44 1412-4 1942 Schichau
3604
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil Inside cylinder removed, rebuilt to oil-firing, coal, 44 0412-5 Museum locomotive (?)
44 1486 44 1486-8 1943 Creusot
4728
Traditionsbetriebswerk Staßfurt Salzland-Express TBW Staßfurt Rebuilt to oil-firing, coal, 44 0486-9 No
44 1489 44 0489-3 1943 Creusot
4731
South German Railway Museum (SEH) SEH, Heilbronn Rebuilt to oil-firing, coal, ex PmH No
44 1537 44 1537-8 1942 Borsig
15376
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil Ex-heating engine at Guben, rebuilt to oil-firing, coal, 44 0537-9 Museum locomotive (?)
44 1558 044 556-9 1942 Borsig
15397
Joachim Schmidt Stiftung Historische Eisenbahn Gelsenkirchen BW Gelsenkirchen-Bismarck Coal-fired, formerly a monument at Hamm Museum locomotive
44 1616 44 1616-0 1943 Krenau
1104
Manfred Welzel (private) UEF Stored at SEH, Heilbronn, since May 8 Coal-fired, ÜK locomotive, rebuilt to oil-firing, coal, general inspection planned, 44 0616-1 No
44 1681 043 681-6 1941 Schichau
3633
Dieringhausen Railway Museum (DRM) DRM, Dieringhausen Oil-fired, stored in the open No

Class 45[edit]

The Class 45 locomotives, built by the firm of Henschel between 1936 and 1937, were the most powerful, standard goods train locomotives in the Deutsche Reichsbahn.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
45 010 045 010-6 1941 Henschel
24803
DB AG Nuremberg Transport Museum, Nuremberg Damaged in the major fire on 17 October 2005; stored at Meiningen Steam Locomotive Works Museum locomotive

Class 50[edit]

The Deutsche Reichsbahn built more Class 50 standard, goods train locomotives than any other class of engine. A total of 3,164 were built between 1939 and 1948.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
50 001 050 001-7 1939 Henschel
24355
Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin (DTMB) DTMB, Berlin Wagner smoke deflectors Museum locomotive
50 413 050 413-4 1940 BMAG
11411
Auto- and Technikmuseum Sinsheim (ATM) ATM, Sinsheim Cabin tender Museum locomotive
50 607 050 607-1 1940 Henschel
25826
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil ÜK boiler and driver’s cab Museum locomotive
50 622 050 622-0 1940 Henschel
25841
DB AG Nuremberg Transport Museum, Nuremberg Frame of 50 133; damaged in the major fire on 17 October 2005, future unclear Museum locomotive
50 685 1940 LOFAG
3405
Technikmuseum Speyer (TMS) TMS Speyer Ex ÖBB 50.685 No
50 778 050 778-0 1941 Henschel
25862
Bavarian Railway Museum (BEM) BEM, Nördlingen Cabin tender Museum locomotive
50 794 050 794-7 1941 Henschel
25878
Mörchenpark Tolk-Schau Tolk Museum locomotive
50 849 50 1849-4 1939 Krauss-Maffei
16058
Nuremberg Transport Museum Nürnberg IG 58 3047 BW Glauchau Wagner smoke deflectors Museum locomotive
50 904 050 904-2 1940 Krupp
2365
Private BSW Gruppe Lichtenfels BW Lichtenfels Cabin tender, being restored No
50 955 50 1955-9 1941 Krupp
2320
Bavarian Railway Museum (BEM) BEM, Nördlingen Partly dismantled, used for spare parts No
50 975 050 975-2 1941 Krupp
2340
German Steam Locomotive Museum (DDM) DDM, Neuenmarkt Museum locomotive
50 1446 051 446-3 1941 Henschel
26256
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil No
50 1650 051 650-0 1942 Krauss-Maffei
16193
Bahnhof Aulendorf With Krenau boiler from 50 2868 and 52 5263 No
50 1724 051 724-3 1941 Krupp
2564
Jörg Seyffert (private) EFB AW Siegen Original design Museum locomotive
50 1832 051 832-4 1941 BMAG
11730
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil ÜK boiler, tub tender No
50 2404 052 404-1 1942 Krauss-Maffei
16279
Freunde des Bahnbetriebswerkes Gelsenkirchen-Bismarck e.V. - BW Gelsenkirchen-Bismarck 1958 general inspection at AW Schwerte: Henschel steam boiler no. 26 637, Henschel undercarriage No. 24 635, Henschel tender No. 26 393

1962 AW Lingen: Cabin tender

No
50 2652 1943 Ostrow
415
Kaiserslautern BW Kaiserslautern Monument
50 2740 50 2740-4 1942 Henschel
26808
Private UEF Albtal Periodically in service as "DB 052 740-8" Yes
50 2838 052 838-0 1943 Krauss-Maffei
16355
DDMM Tuttlingen Rebuilt boiler from 52 143
50 2988 052 988-3 1942 LOFAG
9575
Wutachtalbahn e.V. Wutach Valley Railway BW Fützen Yes
50 3014 50 3014-3 1942 ME
4505
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil Wagner smoke deflectors, Übergangskriegslokomotive No
50 3031 053 031-1 1942 ME
4522
South German Railway Museum (SEH) SEH, Heilbronn Formerly a monument at Linde, cabin tender No
50 3075 053 075-8 1943 O&K
14201
DGEG Bochum-Dahlhausen Railway Museum Formerly a monument at Ratingen, with BMAG boiler from 52 6211 and 50 2719, modified driver’s cab, tub tender Museum locomotive

Class 50.35[edit]

Between 1958 and 1962 the Deutsche Reichsbahn (GDR) had 208 locomotives of Class 50 fitted with newly designed boilers with a mixer-preheater, larger evaporative heating areas and improved suction draught. They were given the designation Class 50.35 and running numbers 50 3501 - 50 3708. Some time later, several locomotives of the series were also converted to oil-firing (BR 50.50) and renumbered to DR "50 00xx-x".

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
50 3501 50 3501-9 1940 Borsig
14970
Meiningen Steam Locomotive Works Meiningen Steam Locomotive Works, Meiningen Ex 50 380, with Knorr preheater, Wagner smoke deflectors Yes
50 3517 50 3517-5 1941 MBA
13548
BW Falkenberg Ex 50 1286 No
50 3518 50 3518-3 1940 Schichau
3433
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex 50 1008 No
50 3522 50 3522-2 1941 Borsig
15083
Hei Na Ganzlin Röbel/Müritz Ex 50 1368
50 3539 50 3539-9 1942 Henschel
26604
UEF Albtal Ex 50 2273 No
50 3545 50 3545-6 1942 ME
4460
DBK HB BW Crailsheim Ex 50 1385, retired from the DB as 050 545-3 Yes
50 3552 50 3552-2 1942 BMAG
11630
ME Hanau BW Hanau Ex 50 1336, reconstruction RAW Stendal 1959 Yes
50 3553 50 3553-0 1939 Krauss-Maffei
15754
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil Ex 50 235
50 3555 50 3555-5 1942 LOFAG
9582
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil Ex 50 2995
50 3556 50 3556-3 1941 Henschel
26299
Traditionsbetriebswerk Staßfurt Salzland-Express TBW Staßfurt Ex 50 1489 No
50 3557 50 3557-1 1942 Krauss-Maffei
16251
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex DRG 50 2376 No
50 3559 50 3559-7 1942 Henschel
26276
Karl-Schurz Strasse, Liblar Ex-50 1486, reconstructed 05/59, last standard gauge steam loco in the DR Monument
50 3562 50 3562-1 1941 Schichau
3483
Förderverein Dampflok Weyhe BW Kirchweyhe Ex 50 1782 Monument
50 3568 50 3568-8 1941 Krupp
2568
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex DRG 50 1728 No
50 3576 50 3576-1 1941 Škoda Pilsen
1185
Nassauische Touristikbahn Aartalbahn Wiesbaden-Dotzheim Ex 50 1106 Yes
50 3580 50 3580-3 1939 Krauss-Maffei
15764
Eisenbahnfreunde Zollernbahn BW Rottweil Ex 50 245, wrongly badged, runs as 50 245, Wagner smoke deflectors No
50 3600 50 3600-9 1941 Henschel
25859
Bavarian Railway Museum (BEM) BEM, Nördlingen Ex 50 775, general inspection planned No
50 3606 50 3606-6 1942 BMAG
11887
Private TBW Staßfurt Ex 50 2637 No
50 3610 50 3610-8 1941 Schichau
3469
EFO Dieringhausen Railway Museum, Dieringhausen Ex 50 1768, general inspection due 12/07 Yes
50 3616 50 3616-5 1940 Schichau
3415
VSE BW Schwarzenberg Ex 50 453 No
50 3624 50 3624-9 1942 DWM Posen
402
Dampflokfreunde Salzwedel (private) BW Salzwedel Ex 50 2228 No
50 3626 50 3626-4 1938 Krauss-Maffei
16260
Thüringer Eisenbahnverein Weimar BW Weimar Ex-50 2385 Museum locomotive
50 3628 50 3628-0 1942 ME
4490
(Private) Saxon Railway Museum (SEM) Chemnitz-Hilbersdorf Ex 50 2678, Übergangskriegslok Museum locomotive
50 3631 50 3631-4 1940 Borsig
14891
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex DRG 50 160 No
50 3635 50 3635-5 1941 Henschel
26303
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex DRG 50 1493 No
50 3636 50 3636-3 1941 O&K
13535
GES Stuttgart Ex 50 996, general inspection 05/06 Yes
50 3638 50 3638-9 1941 Henschel
26247
Hei Na Ganzlin Röbel/Müritz Ex 50 1437, being restored No
50 3642 50 3642-1 1941 BMAG
11600
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex DRG 50 1306 No
50 3648 50 3648-8 1941 Krupp
2332
Saxon Railway Museum (SEM) Saxon Railway Museum (SEM) Chemnitz-Hilbersdorf Ex 50 967 Yes
50 3649 50 3649-6 1942 BMAG
11932
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil Ex 50 2876
50 3655 50 3655-3 1942 Borsig
15214
Eisenbahn-Tradition Teuto-Express BW Lengerich (Westfalen) Ex 50 2220 Yes
50 3658 50 3658-7 1940 Krupp
2362
Golf course at Wattenheim Ex 50 901 Monument
50 3662 50 3662-9 1940 LOFAG
9183
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil Ex 50 249
50 3673 50 3673-6 1941 Borsig
15062
Oliver Wahl (private) EUROVAPOR
Club 41 073
Haltingen Ex 50 1347 Yes
50 3680 50 3680-1 1940 Henschel
24716
Linde Ex 50 1768 Monument
50 3670 50 3670-2 1940 Škoda Pilsen Klings family (private) Nostalgie-Express Berlin e.V. Vienna Museum locomotive
50 3682 50 3682-7 1939 Krauss-Maffei
15774
Dampflokfreunde Salzwedel (private) BW Salzwedel Ex 50 255 Yes
50 3685 50 3685-0 1940 Krauss-Maffei
16037
Dampflokfreunde Salzwedel (private) BW Salzwedel Ex 50 828 No
50 3688 50 3688-4 1941 Škoda Pilsen
1175
DB AG Förderverein BW Arnstadt EM BW Arnstadt Ex-50 1096 Museum locomotive
50 3690 50 3690-0 1941 Henschel
26275
German Steam Locomotive Museum (DDM) DDM, Neuenmarkt Ex 50 1465 No
50 3691 50 3691-0 1941 LOFAG
9139
WAB BW Altenbeken Ex 50 3691
50 3693 50 3693-4 1942 Jung
9984
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex DRG 50 1614 No
50 3695 50 3695-9 1941 BMAG
11555
Traditionsbetriebswerk Staßfurt Salzland-Express TBW Staßfurt Ex 50 1066, general inspection 06/07 No
50 3700 50 3700-7 1939 Krupp
2083
Traditionsbetriebswerk Staßfurt Salzland-Express TBW Staßfurt Ex 50 217 No
50 3703 50 3703-1 1941 Krauss-Maffei
16087
Rügen Railway & Technology Museum (EM Rügen) EM Rügen, Prora Ex 50 877 Museum locomotive
50 3707 50 3707-2 1940 Henschel
25843
Grün Berlin Park and Garten GmbH Berlin Naturpark Süd Ex 50 624 Monument
50 3708 50 3708-0 1941 BMAG
11603
Traditionsgemeinschaft 50 3708 e.V. Blankenburg Ex 50 1309, frame of 50 265, last converted 50.35, general inspection 09/06 Yes

Class 50.40[edit]

The 88 goods train locomotives of Class 50.40 of the Deutsche Reichsbahn (GDR) were a new design in parallel with the DR Class 23.10 passenger train locomotives.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
50 4073 50 4073-8 1960 Lokomotivbau Babelsberg
124073
BEM BayernBahn AW, Meiningen Currently being externally restored No

Class 50.50[edit]

Between 1966 and 1971, 72 Class 50.35 engines were given oil-firing by the Deutsche Reichsbahn in East Germany. To distinguish them they were grouped into a new class, Class 50.50. On the introduction of the EDP numbers in 1970 they were given running numbers 50 0001 - 50 0072.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
50 0040 50 0040-1 1941 BMAG
11553
BW Altenbeken Oil burner ->50 5040, ex DRG/DR 50 1064, ex DR 50 3651, wrongly badged
50 0072 50 0072-4 1940 Krauss-Maffei
15832
Bavarian Railway Museum (BEM) BEM Nördlingen Oil burner, ex DRG/DR 50 481, ex DR 50 3502 No

Class 52[edit]

The DRG Class 52 was the most numerous of the so-called Kriegslokomotiven, with more than 6,700 units being produced.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
52 360 52 1360-8 1943 Borsig
15475
Railway Museum Society Vienenburg station Mixer-preheater Yes
52 662 52 1662-7 1944 Schichau
4215
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil Plate frame Museum locomotive
52 1423 52 1423-4 1943 ME
4609
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil Plate frame
52 2093 52 2093-4 1943 Henschel
26849
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil Bar frame
52 2195 52 2195-7 1943 Henschel
27046
Bavarian Railway Museum (BEM) BEM, Nördlingen Museum locomotive
52 2751 52 2751-7 1944 Henschel
27991
Marl theatre Sculpture La Tortuga by Wolf Vostell Sculpture
52 3548 52 3548-6 1943 Krauss-Maffei
16685
Bavarian Railway Museum (BEM) BEM, Nördlingen Mixer-preheater Museum locomotive
52 4544 1944 DWM
861
HC Kassel Technology Park, Wilhelmshöhe HC 4, ex PKP Pmp Ty 4544 Yes
52 4867 1943 MBA
13931
HEF Frankfurt Harbour Rly, HLB (Königsteiner Bahn) Frankfurt East Harbour Bar frame, ex ÖBB 152.4687, ex GKB 152.4687, general inspection2003 Yes
52 4924 52 4924-8 1943 MBA
13994
Saxon Railway Museum (SEM) SEM Chemnitz-Hilbersdorf Original design, rolling (non-working) Museum locomotive
52 4966 52 4966-9 1944 MBA
14036
Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin (DTMB) Berlin Anhalter Bf Museum locomotive
52 5448 52 5448-7 1943 Schichau
3726
EMBB Leipzig HBF, Gleis 24
52 5679 52 5679-7 1943 Schichau
3957
BW Falkenberg Monument
52 5804 1944 Schichau
4101
German Steam Locomotive Museum (DDM) DDM, Neuenmarkt Factory-delivered livery, ex ÖBB 52.5804 Museum locomotive
52 6106 1943 BMAG
12547
Vulkan-Eifel-Bahn Bw Gerolstein Loco included in Reko programme, but no longer has a mixer-preheater (since rebuilt into a heating engine in the 1980s) and therefore turned visually back to original design again. Meanwhile, engine has lost its Reko number, 52 8095. Yes
52 6666 52 6666-3 1943 Škoda Pilsen
1492
DB AG BW Berlin-Schöneweide 088 525 Rigid-framed tender No
52 6721 52 6721-6 1943 BMAG or LOFAG unclear
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil Bar frame
52 7409 1943 LOFAG
16862
DGEG Würzburg Ex-ÖBB 52.7409 Yes
52 7596 1944 LOFAG
16944
EFZ Ex-ÖBB, rolling, currently in Meiningen for restoration, general inspection 01/04 No
52 7612 1944 LOFAG
16960
post 1945, ex ÖBB 52.7612 Yes

Class 52.80[edit]

The DR Class 52.80 was a series (52 8001 - 52 8200) of Rekoloks constructed from the Deutsche Reichsbahn’s fleet of Class 52s in East Germany. They were converted from the old stock in a similar manner to the Class 50.35 around 1960 and fitted with more powerful boilers.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
52 8001 52 8001-1 1944 Schichau
4124
BW Oebisfelde Ex 52 671 No
52 8006 52 8006-0 1944 Henschel
27822
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil Ex 52 2644 Museum locomotive
52 8008 52 8008-6 1944 LOFAG
16953
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex 52 7605 No
52 8009 52 8009-4 1943 Grafenstaden
7872
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex 52 1605 No
52 8012 52 8012-8 1944 O&K
14014
Wutachtalbahn e.V. Blumberg Ex 52 4944 Museum locomotive
52 8013 52 8013-6 1943 ME
4827
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex 52 3734 No
52 8015 52 8015-1 1943 Krauss-Maffei
16590
Lehrte Ex 52 3464 No
52 8017 52 8017-7 1944 MBA
14170
Dampflokfreunde Berlin Brandenburg-Kirchmöser Ex 52 3916 Monument
52 8019 52 8019-3 1944 Grafenstaden
7978
Private DDMM Tuttlingen Ex 52 1711 No
52 8020 52 8020-1 1943 Schichau
4028
Private DDMM Tuttlingen Ex 52 627 No
52 8021 52 8021-9 1943 Škoda Pilsen
1510
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex 52 6684 No
52 8023 52 8023-5 1944 Henschel
27884
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex 52 2706 No
52 8028 52 8028 1944 BMAG
13130
Eisenbahnfreunde Hoher Fläming e.V. Belzig Ex 52 563 No
52 8029 52 8029-2 1944 MBA
14103
Hei Na Ganzlin Röbel-Ganzlin Nossen Ex 52 5018 Yes
52 8030 52 8030-0 1944 MBA
14091
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex 52 5012 No
52 8035 52 8035-9 1943 Schichau
4052
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex 52 5761 No
52 8036 52 8036-9 1943 Grafenstaden
7884
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex 52 1617 No
52 8037 52 8037-5 1944 Henschel
27905
WAB BW Falkenberg Ex 52 712 No
52 8038 52 8038-3 1943 Krenau
1289
DEW Rinteln-Stadthagen railway Rinteln roundhouse Ex 52 5274 Yes
52 8039 52 8039-1 1943 Henschel
27952
Private Ostertalbahn Schwarzerden Ex 52 2720 No
52 8041 52 8041-7 1943 Krenau
1252
Förderverein Berlin - Anhaltische Eisenbahn BW Lu.- Wittenberg Ex 52 5243 Museum locomotive
52 8042 52 8042-5 1943 LOFAG
16575
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex 52 7122 No
52 8043 52 8043-3 1942 Borsig
15455
Private DDMM Tuttlingen Ex 52 358 No
52 8044 52 8044-1 1943 Krauss-Maffei
16581
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex 52 3455 No
52 8047 52 8047-4 1944 BMAG
12812
IG steam engine Nossen e.V. BW Nossen Ex-52 6359 Yes
52 8051 52 8051-6 1943 LOFAG
16232
Private DDMM Tuttlingen Ex 52 6779 No
52 8056 52 8056-5 1943 LOFAG
16231
Bautzen station Ex-52 6778 Monument
52 8057 52 8057-3 1943 LOFAG
16701
Private DDMM Tuttlingen Ex 52 7248 No
52 8058 52 8058-1 1944 LOFAG
17065
BW Falkenberg Ex 52 7717 Museum locomotive
52 8062 52 8062-3 1943 Henschel
27635
Treuenbrietzen Ex 52 2467 Monument
52 8064 52 8064-9 1943 BMAG
12452
Private BW Krefeld Ex 52 6011 No
52 8068 52 8068-0 1944 Jung
11322
Saxon Railway Museum (SEM) Saxon Railway Museum (SEM) Chemnitz-Hilbersdorf Ex 52 3311 No
52 8069 52 8069-8 1943 Henschel
27050
Private BW Schwarzenberg Ex 52 2199, ohne Tender and Stangen No
52 8070 52 8070-6 1943 Jung
11234
Private Peitz Ex 52 3223 No
52 8072 52 8072-2 1943 Henschel
27556
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex 52 2387 No
52 8075 52 8075-5 1944 DWM
733
IGEW BW Eisenach Ex 52 1292 Yes
52 8077 52 8077-1 1943 ME
4640
DBK HB BW Crailsheim Ex 52 1454 No
52 8079 52 8079-7 1943 Schichau
3937
Christian Goldschagg (private) BW Nossen Ex 52 5659 Yes
52 8080 52 8080-5 1944 O&K
14094
OSE Lokschuppen Löbau Ex 52 5015 Yes
52 8083 52 8083-9 1944 O&K
14076
WAB BW Altenbeken Ex 52 3699 No
52 8085 52 8085-4 1944 DWM
829
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex 52 4512 No
52 8086 52 8086-2 1943 Henschel
27463
Förderverein Wupperschiene e.V. Dahlhausen Ex 52 2295 Museum locomotive
52 8087 52 8087-0 1943 Henschel
27623
Schwabendampf e.V. Neuoffingen Ex 52 2455 No
52 8089 52 8089-6 1944 Henschel
27827
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex 52 2649 No
52 8090 52 8090-4 1944 MBA
14362
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil Ex 52 7778 No
52 8092 52 8092-0 1943 Grafenstaden
7871
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex 52 1604 No
52 8095 52 8095-3 1943 BMAG
12547
Vulkan-Eifel-Bahn Bw Gerolstein Ex 52 6106, designated as 52 6106 Yes
52 8097 52 8097-9 1943 Henschel
27879
Frankfurt (Oder) Gbf Ex 52 2701 No
52 8098 52 8098-7 1943 Krauss-Maffei
16546
South German Railway Museum (SEH) SEH Heilbronn Ex 52 3420 No
52 8100 52 8100-1 1943 DWM Posen
559
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex 52 1145 No
52 8102 52 8102-7 1943 LOFAG
16898
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex 52 7550 No
52 8104 52 8104-3 1943 Schichau
3862
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex 52 5584 No
52 8106 52 8106-8 1943 BMAG
12600
Eisenbahnfreunde Treysa e.V. (ex EF Schwalm-Knüll e.V.) Eisenbahnfreunde Treysa e.V. BW Treysa Ex 52 6159 Yes
52 8109 52 8109-2 1944 Henschel
28240
Thüringer Eisenbahnverein Weimar BW Weimar Ex 52 2883 Museum locomotive
52 8111 52 8111-8 1943 BMAG
12433
Private DDMM Tuttlingen Ex 52 5992 No
52 8113 52 8113-4 1944 DWM
573
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil Ex 52 1159 No
52 8115 52 8115-9 1943 Krauss-Maffei
16705
Knappenrode Mining Museum Knappenrode Ex 52 3568 Monument
52 8116 52 8116-7 1943 Krauss-Maffei
16480
EFO EM, Dieringhausen Ex 52 3354 No
52 8117 52 8117-5 1943 LOFAG
16674
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex 52 7221 Museum locomotive
52 8118 52 8118-3 1943 Henschel
27031
Private Brandenburg Hafen Ex 52 2180 No
52 8120 52 8120-9 1944 Henschel
27830
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil Ex 52 2652 No
52 8122 52 8122-5 1944 BMAG
12943
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex 52 6390 No
52 8123 52 8123-3 1943 Grafenstaden
7900
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil Ex 52 1633, '90 heating engine No
52 8125 52 8125-8 1943 BMAG
12743
Private DDMM Tuttlingen Ex 52 6300 No
52 8126 52 8126-6 1943 Borsig
15459
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex 52 362 No
52 8129 52 8129-0 1944 DWM
777
Private Brandenburg an der Havel harbour Ex 52 1325 No
52 8130 52 8130-8 1943 DWM
557
Private DDMM Tuttlingen Ex 52 1143 No
52 8131 52 8131-6 1943 Jung
11229
Wedler & Franz GbR (WFL) BW Nossen Ex 52 3218, being restored No
52 8132 52 8132-4 1944 MBA
14373
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex 52 7789 No
52 8133 52 8133-2 1943 ME
4729
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex 52 1505 No
52 8134 52 8134-0 1943 LOFAG
16591
Eisenbahnfreunde Betzdorf AW Siegen Ex 52 7138 Yes
52 8135 52 8135-7 1943 Borsig
15571
Wildau Technical College Ex 52 474 Monument
52 8137 52 8137-3 1944 Schichau
4100
Traditionsbetriebswerk Staßfurt TBW Staßfurt Est Ex 52 5803, ex steam generator No
52 8138 52 8138-1 1943 LOFAG
16766
Private DDMM Tuttlingen Ex 52 7313 No
52 8141 52 8141-5 1944 Krenau
11 562
OSE Löbau roundhouse Ex 52 5315 No
52 8145 52 8145-6 1943 DWM
583
Frankfurt (Oder) Gbf Ex 52 1169 No
52 8147 52 8147-2 1944 Henschel
27826
Ostertalbahn e.V. Ottweiler–Schwarzerden Schwarzerden Ex 52 2648, dismantled No
52 8148 52 8148-0 1943 BMAG
13114
Dampfbahn-Rur-Wurm-Inde e.V. BW Mönchengladbach Ex 52 547 Yes
52 8149 52 8149-8 1944 Krenau
1395
Saxon Railway Museum (SEM) SEM, Chemnitz-Hilbersdorf Ex 52 3839, with Giesl ejector No
52 8152 52 8152-2 1943 BMAG
12523
Private Brandenburg Hafen Ex 52 6082 No
52 8154 52 8154-8 1943 O&K
13966
Private EMBB Leipzig-Plagwitz Ex 52 4896 Yes
52 8156 52 8156-3 1943 Schichau
3956
Fred Prinsen GmbH, Kloster Lehnin-Reckhahn Belzig Ex 52 5678 No
52 8157 52 8157-1 1943 LOFAG
16282
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex 52 6829 No
52 8161 52 8161-3 1943 Schichau
3797
Traditionsbetriebswerk Staßfurt TBW Staßfurt Est Ex 52 5519 No
52 8168 52 8168-8 1943 Krauss-Maffei
16711
Bavarian Railway Museum (BEM) BEM, Nördlingen Ex 52 3574 Museum locomotive
52 8169 52 8169-6 1944 DWM
676
Private DDMM Tuttlingen Ex 52 1248 No
52 8170 52 8170-4 1944 Jung
11265
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex 52 3254 Museum locomotive
52 8171 52 8171-2 1944 ME
4738
IG Hirzbergbahn Lohmühlenmuseum Georgenthal Ex 52 1514 Monument
52 8173 52 8173-8 1944 Jung
11222
Dampflokfreunde Berlin Dampflokfreunde Berlin BW Berlin-Schöneweide Ex 52 3211 No
52 8174 52 8174-6 1943 Henschel
27621
Private BW Falkenberg Ex 52 2453 No
52 8175 52 8175-3 1943 Jung
11222
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex 52 3211 No
52 8176 52 8176-1 1944 ME
4838
Private DDMM Tuttlingen Ex 52 3871 No
52 8177 52 8177-9 1944 O&K
14066
Dampflokfreunde Berlin Dampflokfreunde Berlin BW Berlin-Schöneweide Ex 52 4996 Yes
52 8183 52 8183-7 1943 Henschel
27834
VSE BW Schwarzenberg Ex 52 2656 No
52 8184 52 8184-5 1944 LOFAG
17266
Traditionsbetriebswerk Staßfurt Salzland-Express TBW Staßfurt Ex 52 3722 Yes
52 8187 52 8187-8 1944 Henschel
27804
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex 52 2626 No
52 8189 52 8189-4 1943 Krenau
1327
Traditionsbetriebswerk Staßfurt Salzland-Express TBW, Staßfurt Ex 52 5306 No
52 8190 52 8190-2 1944 Henschel
28244
Rügen Railway & Technology Museum (Rügen) RTM Rügen RTM, Prora Ex 52 2887 Museum locomotive
52 8191 52 8191-0 1944 Henschel
27853
Private DDMM Tuttlingen Ex 52 2675 No
52 8194 52 8194-4 1943 BMAG
13123
Bernd Falz (private) BW Falkenberg Ex 52 556 No
52 8195 52 8195-1 1944 O&K
13971
Franconian Museum Railway Nuremberg Northeast Ex 52 4901 Yes
52 8197 52 8197-7 1944 LOFAG
16929
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil Ex 52 7581 Museum locomotive
52 8198 52 8198-5 1943 DWM
640
Private DDMM Tuttlingen Ex 52 1217 No
52 8199 52 8199-3 1944 Jung
11263
Oelsnitz Mining Museum Oelsnitz Mining Museum Ex 52 3252 Monument

Class 52.90[edit]

In the early 1950s, 25 DRB Class 52 locomotives were converted to Wendler brown coal firing at RAW Stendal. On the introduction of the computerised numbers they were grouped into sub-class 52.90.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
52 4900 52 9900-0 1943 MBA
13969
DB AG Nuremberg Transport Museum, Halle branch Museum locomotive

Class 55[edit]

The Deutsche Reichsbahn grouped all ex-state railway, eight-coupled, goods train, tender locomotives with no carrying wheels into their Class 55.

Class 55.0-6[edit]

The Prussian Class G 7.1 engines were built from 1893 by the firm of Stettiner Maschinenbau AG Vulcan. They were equipped with the same boiler as that of the Prussian G 5.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
55 669 1905 Henschel
7419
Dresden Transport Museum Dresden outside depot
(not accessible)
Ex Prussian G 7.1, Saarbrücken 2037, SAAR 4426 Museum locomotive

Class 55.16-22[edit]

Class 55.16-22 comprised the Prussian G 8 locomotives built between 1902 and 1913 by various manufacturers. They were the first superheated, goods train locomotives in Prussia.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
55 2204 1913 Hanomag
6721
Darmstadt-Kranichstein Railway Museum (EMD-K) Deutsche Museumseisenbahn EMD-K Darmstadt-Kranichstein Badged as 4981 Mainz, ex KED Münster 4981, ex-TCDD 44.079 until 1987 Yes

Class 55.25-58[edit]

The Class 55.25-58 were the former Prussian G 8.1 locomotives built between 1913 and 1921, a stronger and heavier evolutionary development of the Prussian G 8, that was initially classed as a "strengthened standard class".

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
55 3345 055 345-3 1915 Henschel
13354
DGEG Bochum-Dahlhausen Railway Museum KED Cassel 5159 Museum locomotive

Class 56[edit]

The Deutsche Reichsbahn incorporated the state railway, goods train, tender locomotives with one leading axle and four coupled axles into Class 56.

Class 56.30[edit]

The Prussian G 8.2 is a variant of the Prussian G 8.3 with two cylinders. The Reichsbahn gave running numbers 56 3001 - 56 3008 to those of the Lübeck-Büchen Railway, which were also used on passenger train duties.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
56 3007 1929 Linke
3128
Darmstadt-Kranichstein Railway Museum (EMD-K) German Museum Railway EMD-K, Darmstadt-Kranichstein Ex-LBE No. 97; ex Eschweiler Mining Union "No. 4" No

Class 57[edit]

The DRG Class 57 encompassed various ex-state railway, goods train, tender locomotives with E axle arrangements.

Class 57.10-35[edit]

The Reichsbahn allocated running numbers 57 1001 - 57 3524 to the Prussian T 16 and also the G 10 which had evolved from the Prussian P 8.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
57 3088 057 088-7 1922 Rheinmetall
550
Nuremberg Transport Museum, Nuremberg EFB AW Siegen KED Halle 6011, G10 Museum locomotive
57 3297 57 3297-8 1923 Hohenzollern
4401
Dresden Transport Museum, Dresden Saxon Railway Museum (SEM), Chemnitz-Hilbersdorf Ex-DRG 33 2327, ex DR heritage loco, long-term loan Museum locomotive
57 3525 1926 Rheinmetall
913
Bavarian Railway Museum (BEM) BEM, Nördlingen Ex-CFR 50.227, 57 3525 was chosen as it was the highest known DRG-numbered engine Museum locomotive
57 3597 1930 Henschel
21660
South German Railway Museum(SEH) SEH Heilbronn Ex-CFR 50.397, no DR number No

Class 58[edit]

The DRG's Class 58 includes various ex-state railway, goods train, tender locomotives with an axle arrangement of 1'E (Decapod). Because they were used by almost all the Länderbahn railway administrations (except Bavaria), they are often described as the first German Einheitslokomotiven, despite oft-repeated comments to the contrary.

Class 58.2-3[edit]

The Baden G 12 of the Royal Württemberg State Railways was based on the Prussian G 12.1 and a goods train locomotive class with a 1'E axle arrangement built by Henschel for the Royal Ottoman General Division of Military Railways (Kaiserlich Ottomanische Generaldirektion of the Militäreisenbahnen or C.F.O.A.).

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
58 261 58 1261-5 1921 BBC
5001
Dresden Transport Museum Saxon Railway Museum (SEM), Chemnitz-Hilbersdorf Ex-Baden State Railways "1047", the only preserved example of 12 BBC-produced locos Rolling
58 311 58 1111-2 1921 MBG K
2153
UEF Albtalbahn Albtal Baden State Railways "1125" Yes

Class 58.10-21[edit]

The Prussian G 12 was built for the Prussian state railways and was based on the Prussian G 12.1 and a goods train, locomotive with a 1'E axle arrangement built by Henschel for the Royal Ottoman General Division of Military Railways (Kaiserlich Ottomanische Generaldirektion of the Militäreisenbahnen or C.F.O.A.).

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
58 1616 1918 Borsig
Bernd Falz (private) EM Hermeskeil Former Dsp 107, KED Breslau 5582

Class 58.30[edit]

Between 1956 and 1963, the Deutsche Reichsbahn (GDR) had 56 Class 58 locomotives fitted with a new-design boiler. These Rekoloks were reclassified as DR Class 58.30.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
58 3047 58 3047-6 1920 Linke
2027
Nuremberg Transport Museum, Nuremberg IG 58 3047 BW Glauchau KED Erfurt 5672, Rebuilt from 58 1955, DR heritage locomotive No
58 3049 58 3049-2 1920 Hanomag
9272
VSE BW Schwarzenberg Rebuilt from 58 1725, KED Köln 5617 No

Class 62[edit]

The 15 two-cylinder, superheated locomotives of DRG Class 62 were developed by the firm of Henschel as standard, passenger train, tank locomotives for the Deutsche Reichsbahn in the 1920s.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
62 015 62 1015-7 1932 Henschel
20858
DB AG BW Dresden-Altstadt Last example of its class Museum locomotive

Class 64[edit]

The DRG Class 64 was a standard, passenger train tank locomotive with a load axle load and a 1'C1' axle arrangement, affectionately known as the Bubikopf (German for the 1920s style 'bob' haircut).

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
64 007 64 1007-0 1928 Borsig
11963
DB AG Mecklenburgische Eisenbahnfreunde Schwerin e.V. BW Schwerin 088 645-7 Rivetted water tanks No
64 094 064 094-6 1928 Humboldt
1821
GES Kornwestheim Railway Museum Formerly a monument at Tamm No
64 289 1934 Krupp
1298
EfZ South German Railway Museum (SEH) SEH, Heilbronn Ex-Eisenbahn-Kurier, on loan No
64 295 1934 ME
4249
German Steam Locomotive Museum (DDM) DDM, Neuenmarkt No
64 317 64 1317-3 1934 Krupp
1320
 ? Frankfurt (Oder) station Monument
64 419 064 419-5 1935 ME
4312
DBK Historic Railway
(DBK HB)
BW Crailsheim Yes
64 446 064 446-8 1938 Krauss-Maffei
15625
DB AG BW Neumünster No
64 491 064 491-4 1940 O&K
13298
Dampfbahn Fränkische Schweiz (DFS) Bf Ebermannstadt New-design boiler Yes
64 520 064 520-0 1940 Jung
9270
Bavarian Railway Museum (BEM) BEM, Nördlingen Formerly a monument at Engen No

Class 65[edit]

The Class 65s were passenger train, tank locomotives with the Deutsche Bundesbahn and East German Deutsche Reichsbahn.

Class 65.10[edit]

Like the DB Class 65, the DR Class 65.10 were intended for commuter traffic on suburban railway lines. The Deutsche Reichsbahn bought a total of 88 engines of this class.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
65 1008 65 1008-5 1956 LKM
121008
Pomerania e.V. Pasewalk No
65 1049 65 1049-9 1956 LKM
121049
DB AG LEG Saxon Railway Museum (SEM) Ex-DR heritage locomotive Yes
65 1057 65 1057-2 1957 LKM
121057
Berliner Eisenbahnfreunde EM Basdorf No

Class 66[edit]

The DB Class 66 was planned by the Deutsche Bundesbahn for fast freight and passenger train services on main and branch lines. These Neubaulokomotiven were intended to replace Länderbahn passenger train tank locomotives like the Class 38.10, 78 and 93 and were the penultimate locomotive series built as part of the DB's Neubau programme of newly designed engines.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
66 002 066 002-7 1955 Henschel
28924
DGEG Bochum-Dahlhausen Railway Museum Refurbishment to operational status planned, last example of its class No

Class 70[edit]

The DRG's Class 70 incorporated all passenger train, tank locomotives with a 1B axle arrangement:

Class 70.0[edit]

These two-cylinder, superheated Bavarian Pt 2/3 engines were manufactured by Krauss for the Royal Bavarian State Railways between 1909 and 1915 and allocated to DRG Class 70.0.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
70 083 1913 Krauss
6733
DB AG Bavarian Localbahn Society (BLV) Bahnbetriebswerk Landshut K.Bay.Sts.B. No. 6083, Former monument at Mühldorf station Yes

Class 74[edit]

The DRG's Class 74 incorporated the Prussian T 11, Prussian T 12 and T 10 passenger train tank locomotives of the LBE with a 1'C axle arrangement.

Class 74.0-3[edit]

The Class T 11 was a passenger train, tank locomotive built for the Prussian state railways

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
74 231 1908 Union
Museums-Eisenbahn Minden (MEM) Mindener Kreisbahnen MEM, Minden Ex-KED Hannover 7512 Yes

Class 74.4-13[edit]

The Class T 12 was a passenger train tank locomotive produced for the Prussian state railways in large numbers. In 1925 the Reichsbahn took over 899 examples of this superheated derivative of the T 11 as Class 74.4-13 numbering them as 74 401 - 74 1300 with the exception of 74 544.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
74 1192 1915 Hohenzollern
3376
DGEG Bochum-Dahlhausen Railway Museum Ex-KED Berlin 8470 No
74 1230 1916 Borsig
9525
DB AG BW Berlin-Schöneweide 088 745-5 Ex-KED Berlin 8703 Museum locomotive

Class 75[edit]

The DRG Class 75 swept up ex-state railway, passenger train, tank locomotives with an axle arrangement of 1'C1'. They were divided into sub-classes: 75.0 for the Württemberg T 5, 75.1-3 for the Baden VI b, 75.4,10-11 for the Baden VI c, 75.5 for the Saxon XIV HT and 75.6 for BLE Nos. 45 - 49, ELE Nos. 11 - 14 and other private railway locomotives taken over by the Reichsbahn.

Class 75.5[edit]

In 1925 the Deutsche Reichsbahn arranged the six-coupled Saxon XIV HT tank locomotives from the Royal Saxon State Railways into Class 75.5.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
75 501 1915 Sächsische Maschinenfabrik
3836
German Steam Locomotive Museum (DDM) BW Schwarzenberg Ex-Saxon XIV HT No
75 515 1911 Sächsische Maschinenfabrik
3477
Dresden Transport Museum, Dresden Saxon Railway Museum (SEM) Chemnitz-Hilbersdorf Ex-Saxon XIV HT, DR heritage locomotive Museum locomotive

Class 75.6[edit]

In Class 75.6 were BLE Nos. 45 - 49, ELE Nos. 11 - 14 and other private railway locomotives taken over by the Reichsbahn.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
75 634 1928 Henschel
21341
VVM Aumühle Ex ELE 14; ex TWE 223; ex FVE 223 Museum locomotive

Class 75.10-11[edit]

The Baden VI c was an evolutionary development of the Baden VI b and was delivered by the Maschinenbau-Gesellschaft Karlsruhe from 1914 onwards to the Grand Duchy of Baden State Railway. The Class 75.10-11 includes the heavier, frame-strengthened engines from the last two series.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
75 1118 1921 MBG K
2150
UEF Lokalbahn Amstetten–Gerstetten Amstetten Ex-Baden VI c, Baden State Railway 1122 Yes

Class 78[edit]

Class 78 are DB and DR tank locomotives with an axle arrangement of 2'C2'.

Class 78.0-5[edit]

Class 78.0-5 incorporates the former Prussian and Württemberg T 18 locomotives.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
78 009 78 1009-6 1912 Vulcan
2761
Dresden Transport Museum Dresden outside depot
(inaccessible)
KED Stettin 8409, ex DR heritage locomotive Museum locomotive
78 192 078 192-2 1920 Vulcan
3613
DDMM Tuttlingen KED Frankfurt 8428 No
78 246 078 246-6 1922 Vulcan
3772
DDM DDM Neuenmarkt KED Essen 8473, push-pull equipment No
78 468 078 468-6 1923 Henschel
20166
Stadt Oberhausen EPEG Lengerich Push-pull equipment Yes
78 510 078 510-5 1924 Vulcan
3973
DB AG Nuremberg Transport Museum, Nuremberg Push-pull equipment, monument at AW Witten No

Class 80[edit]

The 39 tank engines of DRG Class 80 emerged between 1927 and 1928 as standard, shunting locomotives for the Deutsche Reichsbahn. They were built in the locomotive works of Jung in Jungenthal, Union in Königsberg, Wolf and Hohenzollern.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
80 009 1927 Union
2799
Private Berlin-Bohnsdorf Ex-RAW Halle, locomotive no. 2 Museum locomotive
80 013 1927 Hagans
1227[1]
German Steam Locomotive Museum (DDM) DDM, Neuenmarkt No
80 014 1927 Hagans
1227[1]
South German Railway Museum (SEH) SEH Heilbronn Ex-DRG 80 014, ex Klöckner 5, ex Ruhrkohle RAG D 271, ex RAG 5, ex Steamtown (London), ex Nene-Valley Railway (UK), ex BEM Museum locomotive
80 023 1928 Jung
3862
Dresden Transport Museum BW Dresden-Altstadt Museum locomotive
80 030 1929 Hohenzollern
4629
DGEG Bochum-Dahlhausen Railway Museum Photo livery, ex locomotive nos. 4 and 9 Klöckner, ex DAG D 724 Museum locomotive
80 039 1929 Hohenzollern
4650
MEH BW Hamm-Süd Yes

Class 81[edit]

These Hanomag-built locomotives of Class 81 were standard goods train tank engines with the Deutsche Reichsbahn with a Dh2t axle formula.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
81 004 1928 Hanomag
10558
HC Kassel-Naumburg railway Kassel Technology Park, Marbachhöhe Only preserved example, formerly a monument at Marienhafe No

Class 82[edit]

The DB Class 82 was a so-called Neubaudampflokomotive built by the Deutsche Bundesbahn for shunting and freight services. It was a tank engine with the axle formula E, built in 1950 and 1951 by the firms of Krupp and Henschel, and in 1955 by the Maschinenfabrik Esslingen.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
82 008 1950 Krupp
2884
DB AG REF BW Neumünster Only preserved example, formerly a monument at Lingen No

Class 85[edit]

The DRG Class 85 was a goods train tank engine and Einheitslokomotive built for the Deutsche Reichsbahn.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
85 007 1932 Henschel
22116
BW Freiburg im Breisgau stored

Class 86[edit]

The DRG Class 86 was a standard, goods train, tank locomotive with the Deutsche Reichsbahn with a 1'D1' axle arrangement. It was built by almost every firm that supplied the Reichsbahn.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
86 001 86 1001-4 1928 MBG K
2356
Nuremberg Transport Museum, Nuremberg Saxon Railway Museum (SEM), Chemnitz-Hilbersdorf 088 865 DR heritage locomotive Museum locomotive
86 049 86 1049-5 1932 Borsig
14421
VSE BW Schwarzenberg Museum locomotive
86 283 1937 O&K
12941
German Steam Locomotive Museum (DDM) DDM, Neuenmarkt Museum locomotive
86 333 86 1333-3 1939 LOFAG
3211
Wutach Valley Railway Fützen Ex-DR, visually converted into a DB locomotive Yes
86 346 1928 MBG K
UEF Busenbach, Albtal No
86 348 1939 LOFAG
3251
GES BW Kornwestheim Being restored, former monument No
86 457 086 457-9 1942 DWM
442
DB AG South German Railway Museum (SEH), Heilbronn Damaged in the major fire on 17 October 2005, loaned for 10 years to SEH for restoration No
86 607 86 1607-0 1942 Borsig
15280
Dresden Transport Museum Vogtländischen Eisenbahnverein Adorf BW Adorf Uses as an industrial locomotive for a time Museum locomotive
86 744 1942 O&K
13795
MEM Kleinenbremen - Minden - Hille Holzh.-Heddinghausen - Pr. Oldendorf - Bohmte MEM Preußisch Oldendorf Currently being restored, former Erfurt Industrial Railways locomotive, ex DR, visually DB No

Class 89[edit]

The DRG Class 89 was for tank locomotives with a C axle arrangement.

Class 89.0[edit]

The Class 89.0 was the smallest Einheitslokomotive in the Deutsche Reichsbahn.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
89 008 1937 Henschel
23583
Mecklenburgische Eisenbahnfreunde Schwerin e.V. Mecklenburgische Eisenbahnfreunde Schwerin e.V. BW Schwerin Superheated variant No

Class 89.3-4[edit]

The Württemberg T 3 of the Royal Württemberg State Railways were goods train tank engines with three coupled axles and no carrying axles.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
89 312 1896 ME
2792
State Museum for Work & Technology (SMWT) SMWT, Mannheim Württemberg T 3, no. 979, converted to fireless locomotive No
89 339 1901 ME
3154
EMD-K Deutsche Museumseisenbahn EMD-K, Darmstadt-Kranichstein Württemberg T 3, no. 947 No
89 407 1912 MGH
595
South German Railway Museum (SEH) SEH Heilbronn Ex-KWStE 888, ex Eurovapor, formerly a monument at Stuttgart Museum locomotive,
dismantled

Class 89.8[edit]

The R 3/3 of the Royal Bavarian State Railways were goods train tank engines with three coupled axles and no carrying axles.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
89 801 1921 Krauss-Maffei
7851
DB AG Deutsches Museum, Koblenz Bavarian R 3/3, ex-K.Bay.Sts.B. "4701", damaged in the major fire on 17 October 2005 No
89 837 1921 Krauss-Maffei
7917
Bavarian Railway Museum (BEM) BEM, Nördlingen Bavarian R 3/3, ex-K.Bay.Sts.B. "4737" No

Class 89.9[edit]

The Deutsche Reichsbahn arranged former private railway vehicles into Class 89.9.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
89 906 1929 Linke
3129
ME H Odenwald BW Hanau Ex-Hydrierwerke Rodleben Yes

Class 89.10[edit]

DRG Class 89.10 were former Prussian T 8. steam locomotives.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
89 1004 1906 Linke
359
Nuremberg Transport Museum DB Museum Halle 088 896-6 No

Class 89.59-66[edit]

DRG Class 89.59-66 grouped together the former private railways engines.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
89 6009 89 6009-6 1902 Humboldt
135
DB AG Dresden Transport Museum BW Dresden-Altstadt Prussian T3, ex 89 7403, KED Berlin 1808 and 6164 Yes
89 6024 1914 Henschel
13025
DDM DDM Neuenmarkt Bismarck version, similar to Prussian T 3 Yes
89 6237 1924 Linke-Hofmann
2936
Minden Museum Railway (MEM) Wittlager Kreisbahn MEM Preußisch-Oldendorf Yes
89 6311 89 6311-8 1936 Henschel
23061
DB AG Förderverein BW Arnstadt EM BW Arnstadt Museum locomotive

Class 89.70-75[edit]

The Prussian T 3 locomotives of the Prussian state railways were six-coupled, tank locomotives with no carrying wheels. The Deutsche Reichsbahn took over 511 of them in 1925 as DRG Class 89.70-75.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
89 7159 1910 Henschel
10037
DGEG Cuckoo Railway (Kuckucksbähnel) Neustadt/Weinstraße Railway Museum, Neustadt/Weinstraße Schwerter Profileisenwalzwerk AG, from 1968 Gerhard Moll, Hilchenbach, works number of the boiler Yes
89 7462 1903 Hagans
1227[1]
Nuremberg Transport Museum DB Museum, Koblenz From 1960 to 2000 play park locomotive at Cologne Zoo, ex KED Hannover 1854 and 6193, drawing (‘‘Musterblatt’’) M III 4 p Museum locomotive
89 7531 1898 ME
2985
South German Railway Museum (SEH) SEH, Heilbronn Ex-BLE 13 Rhueden, according to the DB renumbering scheme planned to be 89 6003 and 089 003-8 Museum locomotive

Class 90[edit]

The Deutsche Reichsbahn grouped several variants of the T 9 steam locomotives from the Prussian state railways as Class 90.

Class 90.1[edit]

The Prussian state railways' T 9.1 engines were goods train tank locomotives with an axle arrangement of C1'.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
Cöln 1833 1893 Borsig
4431
DGEG Bochum-Dahlhausen Railway Museum Ex-Cöln 7270, planned as 90 009 in the DRG renumbering plan. In 1925 to Pfeifer & Langen, Cologne, currently dismantled No
Cöln 7294 1895 Hohenzollern
850
South German Railway Museum (SEH) SEH, Heilbronn Ex 1857 Cöln, ex Carl-Alexander-Zeche Baesweiler 2, planned as 90 042 in the DRG renumbering scheme No

Class 91[edit]

Several steam locomotives of the Prussian state railways' T 9 class were incorporated into DRG Class 91.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
91 134 1898 Grafenstaden
4843
Mecklenburgische Eisenbahnfreunde Schwerin e.V. Mecklenburgische Eisenbahnfreunde Schwerin e.V. BW Schwerin T 9.2, ex KED Trier 7128,
ex BLE 41, ex DRG 91 048
No
91 319 1902 Henschel
6128
Pängelanton Carnival Society Münster Gremmendorf station T 9.3, ex KED Erfurt 1815,
ex Erfurt 7260, Georgsmarienhütte "5"
No
91 896II 1912 Jung
1937
Dresdner Verkehrsbetriebe? Bw Dresden-Friedrichstadt Ex-KED Frankfurt 7394 Monument
91 936 1903 Hohenzollern
1592
Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin (DTMB) DTMB, Berlin Ex-KED Frankfurt 7265 No
91 1708 1913 Union
2061
Minden Museum Railway (MEM) MEM, currently MaLoWa Ex-KED Danzig 7224 No
91 6580 1938 Henschel
23 887
DB AG Förderverein BW Arnstadt Arnstadt 088 916-2 Private railway locomotive
ex South German Railway Company (SEG) 400, ex EIB No.4
Museum locomotive

Class 92[edit]

DRG Class 92 includes various passenger train tank locomotives with the axle formula D.

Class 92.5-10[edit]

The Prussian T 13 was built by several manufacturers for the Prussian state railways, Imperial Railways in Alsace-Lorraine and Grand Duchy of Oldenburg State Railways. They were mainly employed on shunting duties.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
92 503 1909 Union
1803
Dresden Transport Museum Dresden external depot
(not accessible)
Ex-KED Essen 7901, ex DR heritage locomotive Museum locomotive
92 638 1912 Union
1974
MEM Minden Ex-KED Stettin 7906 Yes
92 739 1914 Union
2126
DGEG Neustadt/Weinstraße Railway Museum, Neustadt/Weinstraße Ex-KED Essen 7964 No

Class 93[edit]

DRG Class 93 incorporated tank locomotives with an axle arrangement of 1'D1'.

Class 93.0-4[edit]

The Prussian state railways' T 14 were goods train tank engines.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
93 230 1917 Union
2315
Dresden Transport Museum Dresden Transport Museum, Dresden KED Erfurt 8526, DR heritage locomotive No

Class 93.5-12[edit]

The Prussian T 14.1s were goods train tank engines with a 1'D1' axle arrangement, which had a higher axle load on the rear carrying axle compared with the T14.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
93 526 1919 Hohenzollern
3949
German Steam Locomotive Museum (DDM) Neuenmarkt Ex Prussian T14.1 No

Class 94[edit]

Tank locomotives with an E axle arrangement were grouped by the Deutsche Reichsbahn into Class 94.

Class 94.2-4[edit]

DRG Class 94.2-4 comprised the T16 of the Prussian state railways, a goods train tank engine with an axle arrangement of E.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
94 249 1908 Schwartzkopff
4106
Heiligenstädter Eisenbahnverein Heiligenstadt Boiler 94 248, monument list in Thuringia No

Class 94.5-17[edit]

The T16.1 engines of the Prussian state railways were goods train tank engines. They were incorporated by the Deutsche Reichsbahn into DRG Class 94.5-17 .

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
94 1292 94 1292-5 1922 Henschel
18885
DB AG DB AG Erfurt Stored with a damaged frame Museum locomotive
94 1538 1922 Schwartzkopff
8085
EPEG Rennsteigbahn Ilmenau Ex-Gönnern monument, ex 8763 Essen Yes
94 1692 094 692-1 1923 Schwartzkopff
8396
DB AG REF BW Neumünster No
94 1697 094 697-0 1923 Schwartzkopff
8401
Bavarian Railway Museum (BEM) BEM, Nördlingen No
94 1730 1924 Linke
2899
German Steam Locomotive Museum (DDM) DDM, Neuenmarkt

Class 94.19-21[edit]

The Saxon XI HT of the Royal Saxon State Railways were goods train tank engines. They were allocated by the Deutsche Reichsbahn to DRG Class 94.19-21.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
94 2105 94 2105-8 1923 Hartmann
4561
Private (Dresden) BW Schwarzenberg Museum locomotive

Class 95[edit]

Class 95 incorporates tank locomotives of the Deutsche Reichsbahn and its successor administrations that have an axle arrangement of 1'E 1'.

Class 95.0[edit]

The Class 95.0 was a ten-coupled tank locomotive with an axle arrangement of 1'E1'. It was procured by the Deutsche Reichsbahn in 1922 for heavy goods train duties on steep main line routes. Because the development of this class was begun by the Prussian state railways, it was designated as the "T 20".

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
95 009 95 0009-1 1922 Borsig
11113
EFO Dieringhausen Railway Museum, Dieringhausen Ölhauptfeuerung Museum locomotive
95 016 95 1016-6 1923 Borsig
11653
German Steam Locomotive Museum (DDM) DDM, Neuenmarkt No
95 020 1923 Hanomag
10178
Technikmuseum Speyer (TMS) TMS, Speyer Displayed as "95 007" No
95 027 95 1027-1 1923 Hanomag
10185
Rübeland Railway Rübeland Railway, Blankenburg 088 955-0 Boiler 11113/1922, from 95 009 Yes
95 028 95 0028-1 1923 Hanomag
10186
DGEG Bochum-Dahlhausen Railway Museum Primary oil-firing No

Class 95.66[edit]

The Class 95.66 was a ten-coupled tank locomotive with an axle arrangement of 1'E1', which the Halberstadt-Blankenburger Eisenbahn procured in 1920 for duties on steep routes as a replacemetn for rack railway locomotives. The series, comprising 4 locomotives, was the technical precursor of the Prussian T 20, later DRG Class 95.0.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
95 6676 1920 Borsig
10353
Dresden Transport Museum Rübeland HBE Tierklasse Mammut Museum locomotive

Class 97[edit]

Rack railway steam locomotives were incorporated by the Deutsche Reichsbahn into Class 97.

Class 97.5[edit]

The Württemberg Hz were rack railway locomotives, that were developed by the Royal Württemberg State Railways, but not delivered until it had been merged into the Deutsche Reichsbahn, who reclassified them as Class 97.5 in their numbering plan.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
97 501 1922 ME
4056
Friends of the Honau-Lichtenstein rack railway Reutlingen Württemberg tank locomotive, being restored Museum locomotive
97 502 1922 ME
4057
DGEG Bochum-Dahlhausen Railway Museum Württemberg tank locomotive Museum locomotive
97 504 1925 ME
4142
Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin Württemberg tank locomotive Museum locomotive

Class 98[edit]

Class 98 groups all branch line and other remaining locomotives of the Deutsche Reichsbahn.

Class 98.3[edit]

The locomotives of the Bavarian Class PtL 2/2 with the Royal Bavarian State Railways were light and very compact superheated locomotives for operations on Lokalbahnen. There were three series, of which two were classified as Class 98.3 in the Deutsche Reichsbahn and even survived into the Deutsche Bundesbahn era.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
98 307 1909 Krauss-Maffei
5911
Nuremberg Transport Museum, Nuremberg German Steam Locomotive Museum (DDM), Neuenmarkt K.Bay.Sts.B. "4529" Museum locomotive

Class 98.7[edit]

The Bavarian BB II were saturated, steam locomotives with the Royal Bavarian State Railways. They were Mallet locomotives.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
98 727 1903 Maffei
2291
Darmstadt-Kranichstein Railway Museum (EMD-K) Deutsche Museumseisenbahn EMD-K Darmstadt-Kranichstein K.Bay.Sts.B. "2527", served until 1972 at Regensburg sugar factory (as Locomotive No. 4) No

Class 98.8[edit]

The locomotives of the Class Bavarian Class GtL 4/4 were superheated tank locomotives with the Royal Bavarian State Railways intended for the duties on Lokalbahnen.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
98 812 1914 Krauss-Maffei
6911
UEF Amstetten K.Bay.Sts.B. "2562" No
98 886 098 886-5 1924 Krauss-Maffei
8275
Eisenbahnfreunde Untermain Mellrichstadt–Fladungen Fladungen K.Bay.Sts.B. "2636", formerly a monument at Schweinfurt Yes

Class 98.70[edit]

The Saxon Class VII T engines of the Royal Saxon State Railways were all four-coupled tank locomotives with no carrying wheels. To distinguish the manufacturer a preceding letter was added to the locomotive class, so H VII T meant locomotives built by Hartmann

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location DBAG
BR 088
Remarks Working
98 7056 1886 Hartmann
1435
Dresden Transport Museum Dresden outside depot
(not accessible)
Ex Royal Saxon State Railways 46, badged as Hegel 1431 No

Class 99[edit]

The DRG Class 99 were steam locomotives for narrow gauge routes and were grouped according to their rail gauge.

1000 mm[edit]

1,000 mm (3 ft 3 38 in) is the most widely used gauge on narrow gauge railways and tramways in Germany.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer Works-
no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location Remarks Working
99 162 1902 Hartmann 2648 Dresden Transport Museum Reichenbach/Vogtl. Ex Saxon I M No
99 211 1929 Henschel 21443 Wangerooge Island Wangerooge Monument
99 222 99 7222-4 1931 BMAG 9921 Harzer Schmalspurbahnen BW Wernigerode Yes
99 231 99 7231-5 1954 LKM Babelsberg 134 008 Harzer Schmalspurbahnen BW Wernigerode,
based at Ilfeld
No
99 232 99 7232-3 1954 LKM Babelsberg 134 009 Harzer Schmalspurbahnen BW Wernigerode Yes
99 233 99 7233-1 1954 LKM Babelsberg 134 010 Harzer Schmalspurbahnen BW Wernigerode,
based at Ilfeld
No
99 234 99 7234-9 1954 LKM Babelsberg 134 011 Harzer Schmalspurbahnen BW Wernigerode,
based at Nordhausen
Yes
99 235 99 7235-6 1954 LKM Babelsberg 134 012 Harzer Schmalspurbahnen BW Wernigerode Yes
99 236 99 7236-4 1954 LKM Babelsberg 134 013 Harzer Schmalspurbahnen DLW Meiningen General inspection
99 237 99 7237-2 1954 LKM Babelsberg 134 014 Harzer Schmalspurbahnen BW Wernigerode Yes
99 238 99 7238-0 1956 LKM Babelsberg 134 015 Harzer Schmalspurbahnen BW Wernigerode General inspection
99 239 99 7239-8 1956 LKM Babelsberg 134 016 Harzer Schmalspurbahnen BW Wernigerode Yes
99 240 99 7240-6 1956 LKM Babelsberg 134 017 Harzer Schmalspurbahnen BW Wernigerode Yes
99 241 99 7241-4 1956 LKM Babelsberg 134 018 Harzer Schmalspurbahnen BW Wernigerode Yes
99 242 99 7242-2 1956 LKM Babelsberg 134 019 Harzer Schmalspurbahnen BW Wernigerode Yes
99 243 99 7243-0 1956 LKM Babelsberg 134 020 Harzer Schmalspurbahnen BW Wernigerode Yes
99 244 99 7244-8 1956 LKM Babelsberg 134 021 Harzer Schmalspurbahnen BW Wernigerode,
based at Hasselfelde
No
99 245 99 7245-5 1956 LKM Babelsberg 134 022 Harzer Schmalspurbahnen BW Wernigerode Yes
99 246 99 7246-3 1956 LKM Babelsberg 134 023 Harzer Schmalspurbahnen BW Wernigerode,
based at Benneckenstein
No
99 247 99 7247-1 1956 LKM Babelsberg 134 024 Harzer Schmalspurbahnen On loan to IG Selketalbahn BW Wernigerode,
based at Gernrode
No
99 253 1908 Krauss Regensburg No
Franzburg 1894 Stettiner Maschinenbau-AG Vulcan 1363 Deutscher Eisenbahn-Verein Bruchhausen-Vilsen Ex-FKB 4i, ex "99 5605" Yes
99 5606 1894 Stettiner Maschinenbau-AG Vulcan 1379 Ernst Paul Lehmann Patentwerk Nürnberg Ex-FKB 5i No
Spreewald 1917 Jung 2519 Deutscher Eisenbahn-Verein Bruchhausen-Vilsen Ex Pillkall branch line no. "23", ex Spreewaldbahn "99 5633" Yes
99 5703 1897 Hohenzollern 940 Spreewaldmuseum Lübbenau Lübbenau Ex-Spreewaldbahn LÜBBEN, not accessible Monument
99 5901 99 5901-6 1897 Jung 258 Harzer Schmalspurbahnen BW Wernigerode Ex-NWE 11 Yes
99 5902 99 5902-4 1897 Jung 261 Harzer Schmalspurbahnen BW Wernigerode Ex-NWE 12 Yes
99 5903 99 5903-2 1898 Jung 345 Harzer Schmalspurbahnen BW Wernigerode Ex-NWE 13 No
99 5906 99 5906-5 1918 Maschinenfabrik Karlsruhe 2052 Harzer Schmalspurbahnen BW Wernigerode,
based at Gernrode
Ex-NWE 41 Yes
99 6001 99 6001-4 1939 Krupp 1875 Harzer Schmalspurbahnen BW Wernigerode,
based at Gernrode
Yes
99 6101 99 6101-2 1914 Henschel 12879 Harzer Schmalspurbahnen loan to IG Harzer Schmalspurbahnen BW Wernigerode,
based at Nordhausen
Yes
99 6102 99 6102-0 1914 Henschel 12880 Harzer Schmalspurbahnen On loan to IG Selketalbahn BW Wernigerode,
based at Gernrode
Yes
99 7201 1904 Borsig 5324 IG Hirzbergbahn Monument
99 7202 1904 Borsig 5325 Mudau Monument
99 7203 1904 Borsig 5326 Albtal-Verkehrs-Gesellschaft UEF Albbähnle Amstetten Ex Baden C Yes
99 7204 1904 Borsig 5327 Märkische Museums–Eisenbahn Plettenberg No

900 mm[edit]

900mm gauge track is only in use in Germany on the narrow gauge railways of Bäderbahn Molli and the Borkumer Kleinbahn.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer Works-
no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location Remarks Working
99 321 99 2321-0 1932 O&K 12400 Mecklenburg Bäderbahn Molli Bad Doberan Yes
99 322 99 2322-8 1932 O&K 12401 Mecklenburg Bäderbahn Molli Bad Doberan Yes
99 323 99 2323-6 1932 O&K 12402 Mecklenburg Bäderbahn Molli Bad Doberan Yes
99 331 99 2331-9 1951 Lokomotivbau Babelsberg 30011 Mecklenburg Bäderbahn Molli Bad Doberan Yes
99 332 99 2332-7 1951 Lokomotivbau Babelsberg 30013 Mecklenburg Bäderbahn Molli Molli Museum Kühlungsborn-West No

.

750 mm[edit]

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer Works-
no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location Remarks Working
99 516 99 1516-5 1892 Hartmann 1779 Museumsbahn Schönheide Ex Saxon IV K, "No. 108" Yes
99 534 1898 Hartmann 2275 Geyer Ex Saxon IV K "No. 127" Monument
99 535 1898 Hartmann 2276 Dresden Transport Museum Dresden Transport Museum Ex Saxon IV K "No. 128", original No
99 539 1899 Hartmann 2381 Traditionsbahn Radebeul Lößnitzgrundbahn Ex-sächs IV K No. 132 No
99 542 99 1542-2 1899 Hartmann 2384 Preßnitztalbahn Jöhstadt Ex Saxon IV K "No. 135" Yes
99 555 1908 Hartmann 3208 Zittau Railways Ex Saxon IV K "No. 145" Being restored
99 561 99 1561-1 1909 Hartmann 3214 Förderverein Wilder Robert Ex Saxon IV K "No. 151" Yes
99 562 99 1562-0 1909, Reko 1963 Hartmann 3215 German Steam Locomotive Museum (DDM) Neuenmarkt Ex Saxon IV K "No. 152" No
99 564 99 1564-5 1909 Hartmann 3217 SDG Ex Saxon IV K "No. 154" Yes
99 566 1909 Hartmann 3320 Saxon Railway Museum Chemnitz Ex Saxon IV K "No. 156" No
99 568 99 1568-7 1910 Hartmann 3450 Preßnitztalbahn Jöhstadt Ex Saxon IV K "No. 158" Yes
99 574 991574-4 1910 Hartmann 3556 Döllnitzbahn Ex Saxon IV K "No. 164" Yes
99 579 1912 Hartmann 3561 Rittersgrün Narrow Gauge Railway Museum Ex Saxon IV K "No. 169", original No
99 582 99 1582-7 1912 Hartmann 3593 Museumsbahn Schönheide Ex Saxon IV K "No. 171" Yes
99 584 1912 Hartmann 3595 ETM Prora Ex Saxon IV K "No. 173" No
99 585 1912 Hartmann 3597 Museumsbahn Schönheide Ex Saxon IV K "No. 175" No
99 586 1913 Hartmann 3606 Traditionsbahn Radebeul e. V. Lößnitzgrundbahn Ex Saxon IV K "No. 176" No
99 590 99 1590-1 1913 Hartmann 3670 Preßnitztalbahn Jöhstadt Ex Saxon IV K "No. 180" Yes
99 594 991594-2 1913 Hartmann 3714 Rügensche Kleinbahn Putbus Ex Saxon IV K "No. 184", stored at Putbus No
99 604 1914 Hartmann 3792 Saxon Narrow Gauge Railway Society SSB Radebeul Ex Saxon IV K "No. 194", original No
99 606 1916 Hartmann 3907 Saxon Narrow Gauge Railway Society Carlsfeld Ex Saxon IV K "No. 196" No
99 608 99 1608-0 1922 Hartmann 4521 SDG Ex Saxon IV K "No. 198" Yes
99 633 1899 ME DGEG Öchsle Ochsenhausen Ex Württemberg Tssd No
99 637 1904 ME Bad Buchau Ex Württemberg Tssd No
99 651 099 651-2 1918 Henschel 16132 Steinheim an der Murr Former station at Steinheim an der Murr Ex Saxon VI K "No. 220", only DB narrow gauge engine with an EDP number No
99 713 99 1713-8 1927 Hartmann 4670 SDG Lößnitzgrundbahn Radebeul Yes
99 715 99 1715-3 1927 Hartmann 4672 Eigentümergemeinschaft GbR 99 715 Preßnitztalbahn Jöhstadt Yes
99 716 99 1716-1 1927 Hartmann 4673 Deutsche Bahn AG Öchsle Ochsenhausen Yes
99 731 99 1731-1 1928 Hartmann 4678 Saxon Oberlausitz Railway Company Zittau Railways Zittau Yes
99 734 99 1734-5 1928 Hartmann 4681 SDG Weißeritztalbahn Hainsberg No
99 735 99 1735-2 1928 Hartmann 4682 Saxon Oberlausitz Railway Company Zittau Railways Zittau Yes
99 741 99 1741-0 1928 Hartmann 4691 SDG Weißeritztalbahn Hainsberg No
99 746 99 1746-9 1929 BMAG 9535 SDG Weißeritztalbahn Oberwiesenthal No
99 747 99 1747-7 1929 BMAG 9536 SDG ‘‘Weißeritztalbahn’’ Radebeul Yes
99 749 99 1749-3 1929 BMAG 9538 Saxon Oberlausitz Railway Company Zittau Railways Zittau Yes
99 750 99 1750-1 1929 BMAG 9539 Saxon Oberlausitz Railway Company Trixi Park, Großschönau Monument
99 757 99 1757-6 1933 BMAG 10148 Saxon Oberlausitz Railway Company Zittau Railways Zittau No
99 758 99 1758-4 1933 BMAG 10149 Saxon Oberlausitz Railway Company Zittau Railways Zittau Yes
99 759 99 1759-2 1933 BMAG 10150 SDG Oberrittersgrün Museum No
99 760 99 1760-0 1933 BMAG 10151 Saxon Oberlausitz Railway Company Zittau Railways Zittau No
99 761 99 1761-8 1933 BMAG 10152 SDG Lößnitzgrundbahn Radebeul Yes
99 762 99 1762-6 1933 BMAG 10153 SDG Weißeritztalbahn Hainsberg Yes
99 771 99 1771-7 1953 Lokomotivbau Babelsberg 32010 SDG Weißeritztalbahn Hainsberg No
99 772 99 1772-5 1953 Lokomotivbau Babelsberg 32011 SDG Fichtelbergbahn Oberwiesenthal Yes
99 773 99 1773-3 1953 Lokomotivbau Babelsberg 32012 SDG Fichtelbergbahn Oberwiesenthal Yes
99 775 99 1775-8 1953 Lokomotivbau Babelsberg 32014 SDG Lößnitzgrundbahn Radebeul No
99 776 99 1776-6 1953 Lokomotivbau Babelsberg 32015 SDG Fichtelbergbahn Oberwiesenthal No
99 777 99 1777-4 1953 Lokomotivbau Babelsberg 32016 SDG Lößnitzgrundbahn Radebeul Yes
99 778 99 1778-2 1953 Lokomotivbau Babelsberg 32017 SDG Lößnitzgrundbahn Radebeul No
99 779 99 1779-0 1953 Lokomotivbau Babelsberg 32018 SDG Lößnitzgrundbahn Radebeul Yes
99 780 99 1780-8 1953 Lokomotivbau Babelsberg 32019 SDG Weißeritztalbahn Hainsberg No
99 781 99 1781-6 1953 Lokomotivbau Babelsberg 32022 IG Preßnitztalbahn Preßnitztalbahn Jöhstadt No
99 782 99 1782-4 1953 Lokomotivbau Babelsberg 32023 Rügensche Kleinbahn Rügensche Kleinbahn Putbus No
99 783 99 1783-2 1953 Lokomotivbau Babelsberg 32024 Rügensche Kleinbahn Rügensche Kleinbahn Putbus No
99 784 99 1784-0 1953 Lokomotivbau Babelsberg 32025 Rügensche Kleinbahn Rügensche Kleinbahn Putbus Yes
99 785 99 1785-ß 1954 Lokomotivbau Babelsberg 32025 SDG Fichtelbergbahn Oberwiesenthal Yes
99 786 99 1786-5 1954 Lokomotivbau Babelsberg 32025 SDG Fichtelbergbahn Oberwiesenthal Yes
99 787 99 1787-3 1955 Lokomotivbau Babelsberg 132028 Saxon Oberlausitz Railway Company Zittau Railways Zittau No
99 788 99 1788-1 1955 Lokomotivbau Babelsberg 132029 Öchsle Bahn AG Öchsle Ochsenhausen Yes
99 789 99 1789-9 1955 Lokomotivbau Babelsberg 132030 SDG Lößnitzgrundbahn Radebeul Yes
99 790 99 1790-7 1955 Lokomotivbau Babelsberg 132031 SDG Hainsberg Monument
99 791 99 1791-5 1956 Lokomotivbau Babelsberg 132032 Traditionsbahn Radebeul Lößnitzgrundbahn Radebeul No
99 793 99 1793-1 1956 Lokomotivbau Babelsberg 132034 SDG Hainsberg No
99 794 99 1794-9 1956 Lokomotivbau Babelsberg 132035 SDG Fichtelbergbahn Oberwiesenthal Yes
99 4301 1920 Orenstein and Koppel 9418 Gommern station Monument No
99 4503 1900 Hartmann 2622 Brandenburg Branchline and Private Railway Museum Gramzow Ex Prignitzer Kreiskleinbahn No
99 4511 99 4511-4 1966 RAW Görlitz IG Preßnitztalbahn Jöhstadt Ex Prignitzer Kreiskleinbahn Yes
99 4532 99 4532-9 1924 O&K 10844 Interessenverband Zittauer Schmalspurbahnen Bertsdorf Ex ‘’Trusebahn’’ No
99 4631 99 4631-0 1913 Vulcan 2896 Rügensche Kleinbahn Putbus Monument
99 4632 99 4632-7 1914 Vulcan 2951 Rügensche Kleinbahn Putbus Yes
99 4633 99 4633-5 1925 Vulcan 3851 Rügensche Kleinbahn Putbus Yes
99 4644 1923 O&K 10501 Prignitz Branch Line Museum Lindenberg No
99 4652 1941 Henschel 25983 Förderverein zur Erhaltung of the Rügenschen Kleinbahnen e.V. Putbus Assembled from parts of 99 4652 and 798.101
(NICKI + FRANK S)
No
99 4701 1914 Henschel 13022 Ernst Jungk & Sohn (concrete works) Wöllstein Monument No
99 4801 99 4801-8 1938 Henschel 24367 Rügensche Kleinbahn Putbus Yes
99 4802 99 4802-6 1938 Henschel 24368 Rügensche Kleinbahn Putbus Yes

600 mm[edit]

Industrial and field railways in Germany mostly ran on 600 mm (1 ft 11 58 in) wide tracks.

Running
no.
EDP-
No.
Built Manufacturer Works-
no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location Remarks Working
99 3301 99 3301-1 1895 Krauss 3311 Cottbus Park Railway Fürst-Pückler-Park Branitz Yes
99 3312 99 3312-8 1912 Borsig 8472 Waldeisenbahn Muskau e. V. Waldeisenbahn Muskau Weißwasser Yes
99 3313 99 3313-6 1914 Borsig 8836 Frankfurter Feldbahnmuseum Frankfurter Feldbahnmuseum No. 8 Yes
99 3314 99 3314-4 1914 Henschel 15226 Private Schwichtenberg ?? No
99 3315 99 3315-1 1917 Henschel 15307 Mühlenstroth steam branch line Gütersloh, Postdamm Currently: RICHARD ROOSEN Yes
99 3316 99 3316-9 1916 Borsig 9757 Technikmuseum Speyer Technikmuseum Speyer No
99 3317 99 3317-7 1918 Borsig 10306 Waldeisenbahn Muskau e. V. Waldeisenbahn Muskau Weißwasser No
99 3318 99 3318-5 1918 Borsig 10364 Mühlenstroth steam branch line Gütersloh, Postdamm Currently: ADOLF WOLFF Yes
99 3351 1906 Jung 989 Frankfurter Feldbahnmuseum Frankfurter Feldbahnmuseum Yes
99 3352 1907 Jung 3450 Dresden Transport Museum Halle Friedland No
99 3462 1934 O&K 12518 Mühlenstroth steam branch line Gütersloh, Postdamm Currently: MECKLENBURG Yes

Locomotives with no class number[edit]

ELNA[edit]

ELNA stands for Engerer Lokomotiv-Normen-Ausschuß (Enger Locomotive Standards Committee). After the First World War it developed 6 locomotive classes for various duties because many branch line and private railways were forced to modernise their obsolete engine fleets.

Running
no.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location Remarks Working
ELNA 2
BLE 146
1941 Henschel
24932
DGEG Bochum-Dahlhausen Railway Museum AG Jauer-Maltsch (Silesia) "No.142" until 1945. KSE until 1959. Renumbered in 1957 "146 JM" KSchE 1959-1960. Sold by JM to RRE 1960, there until 1964 "146 RRE". 1964-1970 "BLE 146". No
ELNA 6
184 DME
1946 Henschel
25657
Darmstadt-Kranichstein Railway Museum Darmstadt-Kranichstein Until 1972 "184 DEG"; employed by the RStE, until 31 Dec 1960 "203 DEG", until 1967 BTh Yes
ELNA 6
4
1930 BMAG
9963
DFS Ebermannstadt – Behringersmühle Ebermannstadt station New-type boiler, ex Hersfelder Kreisbahn "2", ex Eschweil Mining Company "Anna 10" Yes
ELNA 6
Naumburg 206
1930 Krauss-Maffei
15721
HC Kassel Technology Park, Marbachhöhe Ex-KNE 6, ex KNE 206, formerly a monument Yes

Standard gauge / 1435 mm[edit]

Running
no.
Built Manufacturer
Factory no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location Remarks Working
NORDGAU 1853 Maffei DB Museum Nuremberg Transport Museum, Nuremberg Oldest locomotive in Germany, no longer entirely original: new driver’s cab, sectioned No
Locomotive no. 37 DG 41 096 Klein Mahner station Ex-Saarbergwerke No
Locomotive no. 1 1954 Henschel
25013
DG 41 096 Klein Mahner station Ex Kelheim/Danube cellulose factory Yes
TAG 7 1936 Krauss-Maffei
15585
BLV Landshut Yes
2
HOHEMARK
1900 Hagans
1227[1]
Verkehrsgesellschaft Frankfurt (VGF) Frankfurt Transport Museum Typ Klb-L, class Bn2t, delivered on 18 Feb 1901 to the Frankfurter Lokalbahn AG (FLAG) Museum locomotive
3
LUCI
1916 Bavarian Railway Museum Nördlingen No
Locomotive no. 4 1913 Maffei
Bavarian Railway Museum Nördlingen Fireless, ex Moosburg clay factory, A.M. Ostenrieder; ex Südchemie, Heufeld Yes
Locomotive no. 5 1918 Hohenzollern
Bavarian Railway Museum Nördlingen Fireless, ex Baden Anillin and Sodafabrik, Ludwigshafen; ex EWAG, Nuremberg No
LAG 7
FÜSSEN
1889 Krauss-Maffei
2051
Bavarian Railway Museum Nördlingen Oldest operational steam engine in Germany, industrial locomotive at the Baienfurt paper factory, today Stora Enso Baienfurt GmbH Yes
No.1 1918 Henschel
13075
Arbeitsgemeinschaft Geesthachter Eisenbahn Geesthacht-Hamburg-Bergedorf Geesthacht "Bismarck" type No, undergoing general inspection
9
RIES
1941 Henschel Bavarian Railway Museum Nördlingen Ex-Hochofenwerk Lübeck Yes
TAG 8 1942 Bavarian Railway Museum Nördlingen No
EBERMANNSTADT 1923 Hanomag
94442
DFS Ebermannstadt – Behringersmühle Ebermannstadt station Ploxemam type, new-type boiler, ex locomotive "No. 1", Nuremberg Gas Works, ex STWN 1 Yes
NÜRNBERG 1923 Hanomag
94444
Energie- and Wasserversorgungs AG Nürnberg Dampfbahn Fränkische Schweiz German Steam Locomotive Museum Neuenmarkt Ploxemam type, new-type boiler, ex locomotive "No. 2", Nuremberg Gas Works, ex STWN 2 Museum locomotive
BRAUNSCHWEIG 2 1925 Jung
3736
VBV Asse-Bummler AW Braunschweig C n2t, named Pudel, ex BGE 21 Yes
HOHENZOLLERN 1925 Hohenzollern
1925
VBV AW Braunschweig D n2t, named Hamborn No
TRIANGEL 1 1912 Hanomag
6358
VBV AW Braunschweig B n2t Museum locomotive
OSCHERSLEBEN 1898 Hanomag
3126
VBV AW Braunschweig Prussian T 3 Museum locomotive
GEISWEID 1 1927 Hanomag
10565
Saxon Railway Museum (SEM) SEM, Chemnitz-Hilbersdorf Class 33.15 Cn2t, ex industrial locomotive at Mannesmann coalworks, ex Südwestfalen steelworks, formerly a monument Museum locomotive
1 1887 Hohenzollern
423
EMD-K D-K Deutsche Museumseisenbahn BW Darmstadt-Kranichstein Bn2t, ex ZFE "von Manteuffel 1", ex Neuehoffnungshütte "1" Museum locomotive
OLGA 1911 Hohenzollern
25657
EMD-K D-K Deutsche Museumseisenbahn BW Darmstadt-Kranichstein Fireless, B, ex Raschig, ex BASF 13 No
WALDBRÖHL 1914 Jung
2243
EFO Dieringhausen Bt, similar to the Prussian T 3, ex Waldbröl-Bielstein branchline, formerly a monument, being restored No
21 1915 Humboldt
2243
EFO Dieringhausen Railway Museum Dn2t, ex KFBE 21 No
THEO 4 1951 Krupp
2825
EFO Dieringhausen Ch2t, ex Theodor Wuppermann GmbH, Schlebusch 4 No
No. 30
CHANDERLI
1904 Borsig
5528
euroVapor Kander Valley Railway Kandern Ex-BOH No. 2, DEBG No. 30, identical with Prussian T 3 Yes
BADENIA 28 1900 Borsig
4788
AEF SWEG
Acher Valley Railway
Ottenhöfen ? Ex-VDD 1, ex DEBG No. 28, ex KMS 28, ex VEE 28, ex AO 28, ex SWEG 28, ex DGEG 28 Badenia, Prussian T 3 drawing (‘‘Musterblatt’’) MIII-4e (1), Lenz variant b., general inspection 5/07 Yes
11 1911 ME
3630
GES Tälesbahn Neuffen Ex-HzL 11 Yes
1 1872 Hanomag
996
Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin (DTMB) Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin (DTMB) Berlin Prussian T0, Braunschweigische Eisenbahn "KIEL", ab 1885 KED Hannover 1417, ab 1895 KED Cassel 1417 and 1467, from 1902 Nörten-Hardenberg sugar factory "No. 1" Museum locomotive
SCHUNTER 1901 Hanomag
3653
AHE Almstedt-Segste station Prussian T 3, ex BLE Schunter 16, general inspection since 05/06 Yes
7 1907 Borsig 5331 Staufen an der Breisgau Faustgymnasium Krichelnweg 1, Staufen an der Breisgau Bn2t, Prussian T 2, retired 1963 Monument
2
GROßFÜRST
1907 Henschel 6238 Private Broistedt Ex-Südstormarnsche Kreisbahn No

Industrial locomotives[edit]

Due to their very specialised construction, industrial locomotives are only sorted by location.

Running
no.
Built Manufacturer Works-
no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location Remarks Working
10 1953 Krupp 3113 BW of the Westfälischen Almetalbahn, Altenbeken Cn2t, Knapsack version, ex Städtische Hafenverwaltung, Hannover; ex Ruhrkohle AG RAG, ex Eisenbahnfreunde Zollernbahn, Ballingen; ex Klützer Ostsee-Eisenbahn KOE, Klütz u.a. No
AMPFLWANG 1925 Hanomag 9976 Berliner Eisenbahnfreunde Basdorf Yes
105 1952 Maschinenfabrik Esslingen 5053 Wutach Valley Railway, Zollhaus-Blumberg station Cn2t, ex Lonza-Werke Waldshut/Rhein Monument
41-E 1942 Henschel 25684 DGEG EBM B-D Bochum Starlighthalle Eh2t, ex Hibernia AG 41-E, ex ZuH, ex GBAG 41-E Monument
43 1906 Krauss-Maffei 5437 EFO Dieringhausen Railway Museum Blast furnace locomotive, ex Völklinger Hütte Museum locomotive
KATRIN Hohenzollern EFO Dieringhausen Fireless Museum locomotive
MULDENTHAL 1861 Hartmann
164 Dresden Transport Museum Dresden Transport Museum, Dresden Ex-Zwickau coal mine, formerly the oldest preserved steam engine in East Germany Museum locomotive
HERMANN HEYE 1941 Jung 9246 MEH BW Hamm-Süd Ex-Gerresheimer Glashütte Museum locomotive
RADBOD 3 1906 Hohenzollern 1962 MEH BW Hamm-Süd Ex-Hibernia 7C, ex Radbod 3, ex RAG D 712 Yes
44 1953 Hanomag 11945 DDM Neuenmarkt Blast furnace locomotive
OLB No. 2
SCHLÄGEL (ALFRED)
1903 Hohenzollern 1669 EFU Mellrichstadt-Fladungen railway Fladungen Yes
MEVISSEN 4 1952 Krupp MEM MEM Minden Ex- No
ALICE HEYE 1910 Hohenzollern MEM MEM Preußisch Oldendorf Ex- No
80 106 1952 ME 5054 DBK HB BW Crailsheim Ex-industrial locomotive, Albbruck paper factory "No. 106" at Waldshut, initially grouped into Class 80 as a museum locomotive No
2 1920 Hanomag 9268 VVM Kiel-Schönberger Eisenbahn Schönberger Strand museum station Ex-Kali-Chemie AG, Werk Ronnenberg "2", 2007 being restored No
3 1920 Henschel
18038 VVM Kiel-Schönberger Eisenbahn Schönberger Strand museum station Class Thüringen, ex Kali-Chemie AG, Werk Ronnenberg "3" Yes
NIEDERSACHSEN 1922 Henschel 19248 EHH Meppen - Essen (Oldenburg) Ex-Gemeinschaftskraftwerk Haltingen/Ruhr "1", ex DEW Rinteln "3" Yes
2
HANNIBAL
1955 Krupp 3437 DHEF Harpstedt - Lemwerder Harpstedt station Ex-Stinnes AG, Rosenblumendelle mine "3", ex Wilhelmine Mevissen "1", ex EBV "ANNA N.4" ex FME "80 2001" Yes
RBW 310 1913 Hohenzollern 3295 Bernd Falk (private) EM Hermeskeil Crefeld b, ex RBW "HERMANN 3", ex RBW "310", ex Spielplatzlok, Brühl bei Köln "310", ex MEP "RBW 310" Museum locomotive
KDL 8 1944 LOFAG Bernd Falk (private) EM Hermeskeil Ex-Industriebahn SBS Museum locomotive
V 1956 Jung 12037 VEH Hespertalbahn Alter Bahnhof Essen-Kupferdreh Typ CNTL, ex Kraftwerk Cuno in Herdecke/Ruhr, ex Kraftwerk Elverlingsen, general inspection until 12(?)/01 No
VII 1923 Henschel 20143 VEH Hespertalbahn Alter Bahnhof Essen-Kupferdreh Bismarck version, ex Pörtingsiepen VII No
VIII 1961 Krupp 3435 VEH Hespertalbahn Alter Bahnhof Essen-Kupferdreh Typ Knapsack, ex NBAG VII, ex RAG D-400, ex Bergbau AG Lippe 760-C (Museum locomotive) Yes
6 1912 Hohenzollern 2015 NLME Finsterwalde - Crinitz Kleinbahren museum station Gerresheim version, ex Ameln 1, general inspection??/05 Yes
EMIL MAYRISCH 3 1940 Hanomag 2154 LEL Extertalbahn Ex-RAG Neurath 1, ex RBW 319, ex EBV 3 Yes

1000 mm[edit]

Running
no.
Built Manufacturer Works-
no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location Remarks Working
NKAG 16II 1900 Henschel 5575 Stadt Nastätten? Nassauische Kleinbahn Nastätten Ex Selters-Hachenburg branch line "No.2" Monument
7s Mallet 1897 MBG K 1478 Deutscher Eisenbahn-Verein Bruchhausen-Vilsen Ex-Albtalbahn No
Locomotive no. 4
RUR
1899 Henschel 5276 Selfkantbahn Schierwaldenrath Box steam loco, to 1971 ex paper factory Schoeller, to 1942 ex DEAG No
PLETTENBERG 1927 Henschel 20822 Deutscher Eisenbahn-Verein Bruchhausen-Vilsen Ex-PlEB 3 Yes
Locomotive no. 20
HASPE
1956 Jung 12783 Selfkantbahn Schierwaldenrath 1972 ex Klöckner-Hütte Hagen-Haspe Yes
MEG 46 1897 Grafenstaden 4805 Selfkantbahn Schierwaldenrath 1997 ex DGEG Viernheim, ex MEG, 1923 ex Strasbourg tramways No
MEG 101 1949 Krauss-Maffei 17627 Selfkantbahn Schierwaldenrath 2002 ex VDB Betrieb Worblaufen (CH), ex Eurovapor, ex MEG, ex OEG Yes
Locomotive no. 21
HAGEN
1956 Jung 12784 Selfkantbahn Schierwaldenrath 1972 ex Klöckner-Hütte Hagen-Haspe No
Locomotive no. 19 1956 Jung 12703 Selfkantbahn Schierwaldenrath 1970 ex Klöckner-Hütte Hagen-Haspe No
Locomotive no. 5
REGENWALDE
1930 Borsig 12250 Selfkantbahn Schierwaldenrath Ex-PKP Tyn 6-3631, ex PLB 148, ex RKB 5c Yes
HOYA 1899 Hanomag 3341 Deutscher Eisenbahn-Verein Bruchhausen-Vilsen Yes
BRUCHHAUSEN 1899 Hanomag 3344 Deutscher Eisenbahn-Verein Bruchhausen-Vilsen station Monument
HERMANN 1911 Hohenzollern 2798 Deutscher Eisenbahn-Verein Bruchhausen-Vilsen Ex-KAE "Hermann" No
2s 1901 Borsig 4871 Ulmer Eisenbahnfreunde Amstetten Ex-WEG 2s No
KBT 1 1900 Hanomag Bürgerverein Findorff Bremen Hemmstrasse Cn2t, ex Bremen Tarmstedt branch line Monument
7 1919 Henschel 17218 EMD-K Deutsche Museumseisenbahn BW Darmstadt-Kranichstein Bn2t, ex Dornap, ex Holzmann Yes
60
BIEBERLIES
1923 Henschel 19979 MME Sauerländer Kleinbahn Plettenberg Cn2t, ex Gießen-Bieber branch line "No. 2" Yes
1
FRIEDRICH
1949 Henschel 27119 MME Sauerländer Kleinbahn Plettenberg Bn2t No
20
PHÖNIX
1950 Henschel 27122 MME Sauerländer Kleinbahn Plettenberg Bn2t No
HMB 11 1913 ME 3710 Härtsfeld-Museumsbahn e. V. Neresheim Ex-Härtsfeldbahn No
HMB 12 1913 ME 3711 Härtsfeld-Museumsbahn e. V. Härtsfeldbahn Neresheim Ex-Härtsfeldbahn Yes
Kalkwerke Oethelshofen Dornap Wuppertal-Dornap Former industrial locomotive from a lime works Monument

750 mm[edit]

Running
no.
Built Manufacturer Works-
no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location Remarks Working
GRÜNER HEINER 1929 Bavarian Railway Museum Nördlingen 710 mm gauge No
HELENE 1919 Henschel 16426 WAB Klütz Ex-DGEG No
7 1931 O & K 12348 WAB  ?? No
9 1931 O & K 12350 WAB  ?? No
1138 1918 Henschel 16020 WAB  ?? No

Locomotives of foreign classes[edit]

Locomotives of foreign classes, which were not included in the existing numbering scheme.

1524/1520 mm ( Russian broad gauge)[edit]

Running
no.
Built Manufacturer Works-
no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location Remarks Working
P36 0123
1955 Kolomna Locomotive Works Rügen Railway & Technology Museum Rügen Railway & Technology Museum ex SŽD П36 (P36) class No

1435 mm[edit]

Running
no.
Built Manufacturer Works-
no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location Remarks Working
680 1860 StEG 862 Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin ex-Graz-Köflacher Eisenbahn- und Bergbaugesellschaft (de) (GKB). Oldest preserved complete steam locomotive in Germany. Deutsche Reichsbahn rostered some of this class as 53 7111–7116 Museum locomotive
97.210 1893 Lokomotivfabrik Floridsdorf 862 EMD-K EMD-K EMD-K ex-ÖBB 97.210 (Erzbergbahn) Museum locomotive
8532
TIGERLI
1915 SLM 2544 euroVapor Kander Valley Railway Kandern ex-SBB E 3/3 No
231.K.22 1916 Ateliers et Chantiers de la Loire (26) Süddeutsches Eisenbahnmuseum Heilbronn Süddeutsches Eisenbahnmuseum Heilbronn ex-SNCF; rebuilt from PLM 231.C.22, né PLM 6222. Originally preserved at Steamtown (Carnforth) No
06.013 1930 Borsig 12202 Slovenian Railway Museum, Ljubljana Bahnpark Augsburg ex- class 06
131.060 1942 Reșița works 611 Historische Eisenbahn Westmecklenburg ex-CFR 2-6-2T Yes
Q 350 1945 Frichs 344 Arbeitsgemeinschaft Geesthachter Eisenbahn Geesthacht - Hamburg-Bergedorf Geesthacht Ex-DSB class Q Yes
F 654 1949 Frichs 358 Angelner Dampfeisenbahn Kappeln - Süderbrarup Kappeln roundhouse Ex-DSB class F Yes
1916 1952 NOHAB ADB Kappeln - Süderbrarup Kappeln roundhouse Ex-SJ class S1 Yes
QJ 2655 1978 Datong Technik-Museum Speyer Technik-Museum Speyer ex-China Railways QJ No

1000mm[edit]

A rack railway steam locomotive from the Austrian Schafbergbahn on loan to the Freilassing Locomotive World.

Running
no.
Built Manufacturer Factory
no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location Remarks Working
999.103 1893 Krauss (Linz) 2746 SKGB Freilassing Locomotive World Freilassing Class B1zt-n2, ex SKGLB 3, ex ÖBB 99.7308, ex ÖBB 999.103 Erika, badged SKGB Z 3

760 mm[edit]

There are several industrial locomotives of Austrian origin and forest railway locomotives from Romania in 760mm gauge at various German railways or collections, including the German Museum of Technology (Berlin), or in a Wild West Park. Several former 760mm gauge locomotives from Austria run today on German 750mm tracks.

Running
no.
Built Manufacturer Owner Operator
Route
Location Remarks Working
719 1908 LOFAG
1806
DM Freilassing Locomotive World Freilassing Rack railway locomotive, bosn. IIIc, Typ C2zzst-n4, ex BHStB/BHLB/SHS IIIc 719, ex JDŽ/JŽ 97-019 Museum locomotive
ÖBB 298.14 1898 Krauss
3816
Private Bieringen Ex-Liestal-Waldenburg, ex DRB 99 7843, ex kkStB U.14, built for narrow gauge railway Röwersdorf-Hotzenplotz Currently dismantled

610 mm[edit]

State railway locomotives of foreign origin.

Running
no.
Built Manufacturer Works-
no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location Remarks Working
NGG 13 No. NG 78 1929 Hanomag 10630 Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin (DTMB) Berlin Ex-SAR No
NGG 13 No. NG 83 1929 Hanomag 10635 Private owner: Dr. Muhr Ex-SAR No

600 mm[edit]

Industrial and field railways (Feldbahnen) in Germany mostly run on 600 mm (1 ft 11 58 in) wide track.

Running
no.
Built Manufacturer Works-
no.
Owner Operator
Route
Location Remarks Working
4 1909 Orenstein & Koppel 3902 FFM FFM Frankfurt am Main Mallet locomotive, ex Gending sugar factory, Ostjava Yes

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Sources[edit]

  • Bernhard Uhle (Hrsg.): Kursbuch der deutsche Museums-Eisenbahnen 2007. Verlag Uhle & Kleimann, Lübbecke 2007. ISBN 3-928959-47-6

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