Class B was built by Stephensons & co. in UK in 1869. Picture at the Danish railways museum in Odense 10.7.2016 by Ilkka Siissalo.


FUNET railway pictures archive - Denmark - steam locomotives

A class Hs light steam locomotive with two coaches was hauling tourists on the tracks of the Danish national railway museum in Odense 3.7.2004 when Ilkka Siissalo took this picture.

More coal. The same class Hs locomotive as above. Danish national railway museum in Odense 3.7.2004, picture by Ilkka Siissalo.

And there we go... The same class Hs locomotive as above. Danish national railway museum in Odense 3.7.2004, picture by Ilkka Siissalo.

Class P light steam locomotive, built in Düsseldorf Germany in 1882 by Hohenzollern. Picture at the Danish railways museum in Odense 10.7.2016 by Ilkka Siissalo.

Class O steam engine built by Borsig in Germany in 1888. Picture at the Danish railways museum in Odense 10.7.2016 by Ilkka Siissalo.

dsb_cs.jpg DSB Cs 246 built in 1876 by Esslingen. This locomotive was severely damaged when the storage shed burned in 1981 but has now been externally restored. Railway Museums open day at Randers, Denmark 12 August 1995. Photo by Erik Hjelme. (4k) Uploaded Nov 18 1995

dsb_e991.jpg DSB class E no.991 built in 1947 2'C1' by Frichs Aarhus for passenger express service. The design is much older: the machines were built in Sweden 1915, bought used and modified by Frichs, which then also proceeded to build more of them. Note that this one has the "Wannentender" coal tender of German Br 52 war locomotives. Railway Museums open day at Randers, Denmark 12 August 1995. Photo by Erik Hjelme. (4k) Uploaded Nov 18 1995

dsb_f441.jpg DSB class F no.441 yard shunter 0-C-0 built in 1876 by Frichs, Aarhus. Railway Museums open day at Randers, Denmark 12 August 1995. Photo by Erik Hjelme. (5k) Uploaded Nov 18 1995

dsb_h800.jpg DSB class H no.800 built in 1923 1'D by Borsig for freight service. Railway Museums open day at Randers, Denmark 12 August 1995. Photo by Erik Hjelme. (4k) Uploaded Nov 18 1995


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