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DRG Class 53.82
|Axle arrangement||C n2|
|Service weight||36.3 t|
|Adhesive weight||36.3 t|
|Axle load||12.1 t|
|Top speed||45 km/h (28 mph)|
|Driving wheel diameter||1,370 mm (54 in)|
|Cylinder bore||610 mm (24 in)|
|Piston stroke||457 mm (18.0 in)|
|Boiler Overpressure||7 bar|
|Grate area||1.4 m2 (15 sq ft)|
|Evaporative heating area||110.6 m2 (1,190 sq ft)|
The Saxon Class Vs were German, six-coupled, goods train, tender locomotives operated by the Royal Saxon State Railways.
They were the predecessors of the Saxon Class V V. Between 1859 and 1887 they were delivered in three batches of 24, 31 and 118 engines. They had an overhanging outer firebox and a steam dome. They had different types of valve gear; Allan, Gooch and Stephenson valve gear all being used at different stages. The first batch had Dampfschlitten brakes, the second steam-operated brake blocks and the third had Westinghouse compressed-air brakes.
The Deutsche Reichsbahn took over 11 machines, which were given the numbers 53 8201 - 53 8211, and all were withdrawn from services by the late 1920s.
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