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Army Field Railway Brigadelokomotive
Germany | 1905 | 2,573 produced
Brigadelokomotive built by Hartmann in Chemnitz on a postcard
Brigadelokomotive built by Hartmann in Chemnitz on a postcard
Brück & Sohn Kunstverlag Meißen
ManufacturerBMAG, Borsig, Esslingen, Hanomag, Hartmann, Henschel, Hohenzollern, Humboldt, Jung, Krauss, Linke-Hofmann, Maffei, O&K, SACM, Vulcan
Axle config0-8-0T (Eight-coupled) 
Gauge1 ft 11 5/8 in
Dimensions and Weights
Length19 ft 3 11/16 in
Wheelbase7 ft 5 in
Fixed wheelbase7 ft 5 in
Empty weight21,385 lbs
Service weight26,455 lbs
Adhesive weight26,455 lbs
Axle load6,614 lbs
Water capacity291 us gal
Fuel capacity1,543 lbs (coal)
Power sourcesteam
Indicated power64 hp (48 kW)
Optimal speed6 mph
Top speed9 mph
Starting effort6,606 lbf
Power Plant
Driver diameter23.6 in
Boiler pressure218 psi
Expansion typesimple
Cylinderstwo, 9 7/16 x 9 7/16 in
Grate area4.5 sq ft
Firebox area16.1 sq ft
Tube heating area160.4 sq ft
Evaporative heating area176.5 sq ft
Total heating area176.5 sq ft
Calculated Values
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last changed: 08 2023

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