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334.5

One more ancient Prague shunting locomotive from 1882, at former State Railway Company class IVm, later Austrian class 166, survived at shunting service in the Prague junction until 1961.

334.5

342.0

Made in 1905 for fast trains on the former Czech North Railway (Prague-Turnov or Ceska Lipa/Boehmisch Leipa), the first Austrian locomotive driven by overheated steam, in 1930s moved to the east Slovakia where it was in service till 1954.

342.0

344.4

A Hungarian universal class 324 from 1909, operated in Slovakia until 1970.

344.4

353.0

One more locomotive of the Czech North Railway for fast trains from 1903, later they hauled passenger trains in their home area (Decin/Tetschen - Varnsdorf/Warnsdorf, Ceska Lipa/Boehmisch Leipa - Rumburk/Rumburg) until 1933, then they were  disposed to Presov in Slovakia where they served out in 1947.

353.0

354.0

Former class 229 from 1904, in 1918 the most numerous class overtaken for passenger trains (145 pcs). With its nick „torpedo“ it served until 1968, at first in all the big engine sheds on main railways, it proved good in hard winter conditions in the mountains (Most/Brux - Moldava/Moldau or Jedlova/Tannenberg surroundings), later also on local railwaysThe published pictures with the air brake equipment show  the appearance in the 20s and 30s.

354.0

354.0

354.401-424

Made in 1896 - 1900 for the Austrian Northwest Railway, at CSD for passenger sevice between Liberec/Reichenberg and former Nemecky Brod (today Havlickuv Brod), discarded 1949.

354.4 OeNWB

354.425-440

Fast train class VIII of the Bustehrad Railway (once the crucial private railway in Austria, later in Czechoslovakia the last one transferred to state ownership in 1924) made in 1898 - 1908, for CSD it served with passenger trains in northwest Bohemia, discarded 1949.

354.4 BEB

354.444-447

Made 1913 - 1914 for Carlsbad luxury express trains on  the Bustehrad railway, CSD used it for the same purpose, discarded 1949.

354.444

354.6

Former Austrian class 329, 38 pcs were rebuilt for CSD in the  30s to the published appearance. In service until the 60s especially in Moravian engine sheds Breclav/Lundenburg, Jihlava, Olomouc etc.

354.6

354.7

Former Austrian class 429, at CSD in the 20s-50s the most frequently used locomotive for long-distance passenger trains and some fast trains on main railway lines, survived in this service until the end of the 60s. 354.7152 is saved for the museum. The picture shows the appearance after rebuilding in 1926 - 38.

354.7

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