Rabu, 19 Agustus 2009

Lokomotif kita

Locomotives of the Ambarawa Railway Museum


Click here for the main unofficial Ambarawa Railway Museum Home Page. Photographs on this page are courtesy of John Tillman (JT), Nick Bryant (NB) or Rob Dickinson (RD).


Click here for a full list of preserved Indonesian main line steam locomotives.

Click here for more information about the steam locomotives at the Taman Mini Railway Museum.

Click here for more information about the other preserved steam locomotives in Java.

Click here for more information about the Java's forgotten steam locomotives.


Steam locomotives of the Perusahaan Negara Kereta-Api (PNKA) were numbered according to the Japanese system, with a letter to indicate the number of powered axles followed by two digits for the class (10-49 tank, 50 upwards tender locomotives), then the individual number. The locomotives at Ambarawa were brought here around 1977 at a time when steam was still in widespread use on the island of Java. Therefore, they were not always the best examples available.

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These are the active locomotives:

B2502 B2502

(1999)

(RD)

0-4-2RT Esslingen 3243/1902
B2503 B2503

(1984)

(RD)

0-4-2RT Esslingen 3244/1902
E1060 E1060

(1999)

(RD)

0-10-0RT Esslingen 5316/1966
C1240

C1218

(2006)

(RD)

2-6-0T Hartmann 2152/1896

These are preserved out of use:

B2014 B2014

(1978)

(RD)

0-4-0Tr Beyer Peacock 4634/1905
B2220 B2220

(JT)

(1999)

0-4-2T Hartmann 2568/1900
B2711 B2711

(1999)

(JT)

0-4-2T Hartmann 3757/1914
B5112 B5112

(1999)

(JT)

4-4-0 Hanomag 3866/1902
B5210 B5210

(JT)

(1999)

0-4-0 Hartmann 3484/1911
C1140

C1140

(2001)

(NB)

2-6-0T Hartmann 1759/1891
C1240

C1240

(2001)

(NB)

2-6-0T Hartmann 2736/1902
C1507 C1507

(2001)

JT

0-6-0T Werkspoor 17/1900
C1603 C1603

(1978)

(RD)

0-6-0T Hartmann 2718/1901
C1704 C1704

(1999)

(JT)

0-6-0T Hartmann 2773/1902
C1801 C1801

(1978)

(RD)

0-6-0T Hartmann 3160/1908
C2001 C2001

(1978)

(RD)

0-6-2T Hartmann 2792/1902
C2301 C2301

(2001)

(NB)

0-6-0T Hartmann 3164/1908
C2407 C2407

(1999)

(JT)

2-6-2T Werkspoor 216/1908
C2728 C2728

(1999)

(JT)

4-6-4T Werkspoor 472/1920
C2821 C2821

(1999)

(JT)

4-6-4T Henschel 18175/1921
C5101 C5101

(1999)

(JT)

4-6-0 Beyer Peacock 5593/1912
C5417 C5417

(2001)

(NB)

4-6-0 Beyer Peacock 6122/1922
D1007 D1007

(2001)

(NB)

0-8-0T Hartmann 3804/1914
D5106 D5106

(2001)

(NB)

2-8-2 Hartmann 4135/1920
F1002 F1002

(2001)

(NB)

2-12-2T Hanomag 6814/1913
BB1012 BB1012

(1999)

(JT)

0-4-4-2T Hartmann 3902/1906
CC5029 CC5029

(2001)

(NB)

2-6-6-0 Schweizerische Lokomotiv- und Maschinenfabrik 3253/1928

Click here for the main unofficial Ambarawa Railway Museum Home Page



Click for pictures and further information about the museum:

A Ride on the Ambarawa Rack Railway
Locomotive Shed Ambarawa Station
Southern Stations in the Ambarawa Area
(Jambu and Bedono)
Northern Stations in the Ambarawa Area
(Tuntang, Bringin and Kedungjati)
Restoring the North Line
(Part 1 - Ambarawa)
Restoring the North Line
(Part 2 - Out in the country)
A Glimpse of 'Real' Steam Non steam power
Carriage and Wagon Potential Carriage and Wagon
Ancilliary Equipment
A train in the Ambarawa Military Museum About the Museum

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