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|Achenseebahn 0-4-0cog No. 1 'Eben am Achensee' ||Posted by: Dale W Fickés on Oct 12, 2019 @ 13:10:28|
This locomotive has been previously named Theodor and Jenbach
respectively, prior to its current name.
|Gurktalbahn 0-4-0T No. 1||Posted by: Dale W Fickés on Oct 12, 2019 @ 12:10:52|
Gurktalbahn No. 1 is plinthed, until 2007, outside the former station, alongside the main road, in the village of Gurk. Formerly Papierfabrik Steyrermühl (1938 - 1965) followed by Steirische Gußstahlwerke AG, Judenburg and named Barbara until preservation.
|Zuckerfabrik Durnkrut 0-6-0T No. 2||Posted by: Dale W Fickés on Oct 12, 2019 @ 12:10:28|
Zuckerfabrik Durnkrut No. 2 was delivered to, and worked for, Drehersche Brauerei, Schwechat (1930 - 1955) before being sold to Zuckerfabrik Dürnkrut near Gänserndorf which, it would appear, closed in 1978, after which it would appear it fell into the hands of nearby Family Steiner, who operate a recycling plant, where it was photographed stored in 2001. Since then it appears to have been sold to Family Knorr-Bremse, Beethovengasse 43-45, 2340 Mödling, south of Wien
|Steyrtalbahn (BBÖ,DR,ÖBB) 0-6-2T No. 6 'Klaus' (298.106, 98.7835)||Posted by: Dale W Fickés on Oct 12, 2019 @ 12:10:22|
No. 6 Klaus (298.106) Delivered to the original Steyrtalbahn as their No. 6, and named Klaus, in 1914 it retained that identity until It became BBÖ No. 2 (1937 - 1938). Following absorbtion by the DRB (1938 - 1945) as No. 98.7835, it continued in this guise with the ÖStB (1953 - 1973) until it was renumberd 298.106 by the ÖBB and into preservation with the ÖBB, again on the Steyrtalbahn.
|Steyrtalbahn (BBÖ,DR,ÖBB) 0-6-2T No. 2 'Sierning' (98.7831, 298.102)||Posted by: Dale W Fickés on Oct 12, 2019 @ 12:10:02|
OeBB No. 2 Sierning (298.102) appears to the oldest locomotive in the ÖGEG collection, being originally delivered to the original Steyrtalbahn as their No. 2, and named Sterning in 1888 and retaining that identity for five decades. It also became BBÖ No. 2 (1937 - 1938) before absorbtion by the DRB as No. 98.7831 (1938 - 1945) and continued in the guise with the ÖStB (1953 - 1973) until it was renumberd 298.102 by the ÖBB and into preservation with the ÖBB, again on the Steyrtalbahn.
|DB 2-10-0 No. 50.3708||Posted by: Dale W Fickés on Oct 11, 2019 @ 15:10:14|
This was the last Class 50 Rekolok to be converted from No. 50 1309, though the frame actually came from No. 50 265.
|FS 2-6-0T No. 880.108||Posted by: ILFORD on Oct 8, 2019 @ 16:10:51|
Built by Officine Meccaniche SpA, Milano, 431 in 1912.
|PKP (Gr. Army) 0-10-0T No. Tw1-591 (HF 2665)||Posted by: ILFORD on Oct 6, 2019 @ 18:10:42|
HF 2665, not 2655, see photo, number on side tank.
|ÖBB (BBÖ) 2-8-2T No. 93.1364 (378.64)||Posted by: Dale W Fickés on Oct 5, 2019 @ 15:10:30|
This locomotive was delivered to the BBÖ as No. 378.64 in 1927, operating with them until 1938 when it was incorporated into the DRB fleet as No. 93.1364, suceeded by the ÖStB (1945 - 1953) and ÖBB (1953 - 1977). There is a reference to it being swapped (and returned), in 2005, with sister No. 93 1421 (formerly plinthed at the gates of Floridsdorf Workshops, Wien) but now reported (for sale in 2011) to be with operator B & B Blue Train in Sigmundsherberg
|ÖBB (KKStB, DR) 0-6-4T No. 598.01 (Yv 1, 99 901)||Posted by: Dale W Fickés on Oct 5, 2019 @ 15:10:51|
598.01 (Yv 1) was delivered to, and ran as kkStB No. Yv.1 (1896 - 1918), subsequently the DÖStB (1918 - 1919); ÖStB (1919 - 1921); and BBÖ (1921 - 1938) before being absorbed into the DRB as No. 99 901 (1938 - 1945), a number which it kept under the auspices of the ÖStB (1945 - 1953). Only with its ownership by ÖBB from 1953 did it gain its current number, 598.01
|ÖBB (BBÖ, DR) 0-6-2T No. 498.03 (Uh.3, 99.823)||Posted by: Dale W Fickés on Oct 5, 2019 @ 14:10:35|
498.03 (99.823). This locomotive was delivered to BBÖ as their No. Uh.3 (1930 - 1938) and became No. 99 823 with the DRB (1938 - 1945) and OStB (1945 - 1953). It became ÖBB No. 498.03 in 1953. It replaced No. U.24 on display in the Seeplatz, Bregenz.
|ÖBB (BBÖ, DR) 0-6-2T No. 498.08 (Uh.102, 99.828)||Posted by: Dale W Fickés on Oct 5, 2019 @ 14:10:05|
No. 498.08 (99.828) was delivered to the BBÖ as their Uh.102 (1931 - 1938) becoming DRB No. 99 828 (1938 - 1945) and susequently ÖStB (1945 - 1953). It ran as No. 498.08 with the ÖBB from 1953 prior to operations on the Bregenzerwaldmuseumsbahn, Bezau. Believed to be currently operational.
|ÖBB (German Army) 0-4-0T No. 698.01 (16752)||Posted by: Dale W Fickés on Oct 5, 2019 @ 14:10:29|
ÖBB No. 698.01 was formerly German Army No. 16752 (1941 - 1945) and ÖStB (1945 -1953) before being renumbered by ÖBB to 698.01 (1953 - 1969). Currently displayed as listed but the owner is Wien Techniches Museum.
|Zuckerfabrik Siegendorf (USArmy, ÖBB) 0-6-0T No. 2 (1961, 989.01)||Posted by: Dale W Fickes on Oct 5, 2019 @ 08:10:42|
May I suggest that this locomotive is, in fact, US Army No. 1961, an 0-6-0T of Vulcan (Wilkes-Barre) No. 4434 of 1944 currently understood to be preserved in Probstdorf, bei 2301 Gross-Enzersdorf (east of Vienna).
It served with the army as No. 1961 until 1946, then with the same number for the OeStB until 1953. The OeBB then took it on as their No. 989.01 until 1963 when, apparently it went into service with the now closed Zuckerfabrik Siegendorf, maybe as their No. 2, hence the origin on this listing?
|Sir Robert McAlpine Ltd 0-6-0ST No. 31||Posted by: Russell Newman on Oct 4, 2019 @ 15:10:36|
The Sir Robert McAlpine Ltd Hudswell Clark built 0-6-0ST No. 31 is visiting Didcot Railway Centre for the first time over the Autumn and Winter months. Which this is the very first time the locomotive visiting another preserved railway away from its home at Fawley Hill.
|APDL 0-6-0T No. LVa 2 'Mathosinhos'||Posted by: Bernd Illge on Oct 3, 2019 @ 09:10:02|
today 03/10/2019 still there with the coach.
|Great Western Railway 4-6-0 No. 4953 'Pitchford Hall'||Posted by: Russell Newman on Oct 2, 2019 @ 14:10:51|
The overhaul of ex Great Western Railway Hall Class 4-6-0 No. 4953 "Pitchford Hall" has now been completed and the locomotive has been moved to the Great Central Railway for running in trials starting from next week. The locomotive has also been painted in BR Lined Black livery for the first time in preservation.
|Southern Railway 4-6-2 No. 21C9 35009 'Shaw Savill'||Posted by: Russell Newman on Oct 2, 2019 @ 10:10:47|
Work on overhauling the ex Southern Railway Builleid Merchant Navy Class Pacific No. 35009 "Shaw Savill" is now underway at Riley & Sons Engineering Ltd at Heywood which is being done to mainline standards. It is hoped that the locomotive will be in steam by 2024.
|CFF 0-8-0T No. 764.222||Posted by: Dale W Fickés on Oct 2, 2019 @ 09:10:25|
It would appear that this locomotive is no longer based in Freiland, having been purchased by Georg Hocevar, Brad, Romania in 2016.
|Southern Railway 4-6-2 No. 35028 'Clan Line'||Posted by: Russell Newman on Oct 2, 2019 @ 07:10:23|
The location for No. 35028 "Clan Line" today is at Stewarts Lane Depot at Battersea in South London, Middlesex.
|London Midland & Scottish Railway 4-6-0 No. 45551 'The Unknown Warrior'||Posted by: Russell Newman on Oct 2, 2019 @ 07:10:02|
The new build LMS Patriot 4-6-0 No. 5551 "The Unknown Warrior" is now located at the Midland Railway Centre at Butterley in Derbyshire. Where its construction is being continued at the Princess Royal Class Locomotive Trust West shed.
|Kent Electric Power Co. 0-4-0ST No. 2 ||Posted by: Russell Newman on Oct 2, 2019 @ 07:10:29|
The former Kent Electric Power Co. Bagnall built 0-4-0ST No. 2 in now located at the Chasewater Railway at Brownhills in Staffordshire as it is now part of the running fleet there.
|Skinner & Holford Ltd 0-4-0ST No. 'Waleswood'||Posted by: Russell Newman on Oct 2, 2019 @ 07:10:11|
The ex Skinner & Holford Ltd Hudswell Clark built 0-4-0ST No. 750 "Waleswood" is now located at the Chasewater Railway at Brownhills in Staffordshire where it is now operational and part of their running fleet now.
|Great Western Railway 0-6-0PT No. 9466||Posted by: Russell Newman on Oct 2, 2019 @ 07:10:13|
The location for 9466 should be changed to the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway at Toddington, Gloucestershire as the locomotive has been placed on a year long term loan to them for 2020.
|PJKA 0-4-0 No. B52.03||Posted by: Bernd Illge on Oct 1, 2019 @ 14:10:34|
Fabric No. 3315
|DSB 2-6-0 No. D 826||Posted by: Bernd Illge on Oct 1, 2019 @ 13:10:16|
Hartmann Fabric No. 2945
|Victorian Railways 4-6-4 No. R766||Posted by: Russell Newman on Oct 1, 2019 @ 13:10:30|
The ex Victorian Railways regauged R Class Hudson 4-6-4 R766 successfully passed its steam test on the 30th of September 2019. The locomotive is now in its final stages of its rebuild and will soon be moving under its own steam on Standard Gauge track for the very first time.
|CDS 0-4-4-2T No. 962||Posted by: Bernd Illge on Oct 1, 2019 @ 13:10:59|
This is second delivered of 2pc 0-4-4-2 1906, Hartmann Fabric No. 3001
|CDS (Hedjaz Railway) 0-4-4-2T No. 961||Posted by: Bernd Illge on Oct 1, 2019 @ 13:10:36|
In 1906 Hartmann built 2pc 0-4-4-2 for Hedjaz.
No. 61, Fabric No. 3000
No. 62, Fabric No. 3001
|Rayonier, Inc. 2-6-6-2T No. 8||Posted by: John Taubeneck on Sep 30, 2019 @ 19:09:14|
#8 is owned by Chris Baldo and will be shipped to his property in Willits, CA October 1, 2019.