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264.1

Austrian class 106 for fast trains from 1898, at CSD until 1950 in passenger transport. Typical for southwest and east Bohemia.

264.1

264.4

Former class XVIb of the Austrian Northwest Railway from 1901 for express trains Vienna (Wien) - Decin (Tetschen), later they were dislocated in the full number of 8 pcs like class 208 to the recent Decin-East engine shed for passenger trains on the right Labe (Elbe) riverside. At CSD they got an air brake system, they hauled passenger and  fast freight trains but they were also used for Carlsbad express trains haulage. They  were in service until 1938, their tenders class 315.0 were then used for class 524.2 locomotives.

264.4

274.0

Made in 1895 - 1908 for fast trains on Northern Railway of Emperor Ferdinand where it was used for haulage of  luxury expresses dispatched for the Russian nobility from St. Petersburg via Krakow and Wien to Nice. In 1918 at CSD it went over to passenger trains from Breclav/Lundenburg to Prerov, Znojmo/Znaim and Bratislava/Pressburg. Discarded till 1939.

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300.6

Formerly class Ia of the Bustehrad Railway, its smallest locomotive for shunting service and local railway Krupa - Kolesovice of the years  1890 -1906. Later it was used i. e. on the Pecky-Kourim local line, the last one 300.619 has been saved for the museum purpose. The first 6 „Coffee-grinders“ looked very similar - see below.

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310.0

The most typical locomotive for Austrian and Czech local railway lines produced between 1878 - 1913. 133 pcs of the Austrian class 97 were taken over by CSD in 1918 and marked 310.0 but the railway folks nicknamed it Coffee-grinder“... (The engine 97.182 from 1900 was the very first locomotive starting up the 90 years long tradition of locomotive production in the locomotive factory in Praha - Liben later using the famous CKD trade mark. Until closing down in the 1990s there were produced unbelievable 16 000 locomotives.) In the line service it was somewhere used until 1950s while shunting it survived even until 1968. There are preserved altogether 11 museum engines in Czechia and Slovakia 5 of which are nowadays serviceable. The images show 2 types, the upper valid for numbers 07 - 37, the lower for 38 - 133. As mentioned above, locomotives 310.001 - 06 had shorter water tanks, thus you can use image of the class 300.6 for there illustration.

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310.035

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310.092

310.1

A typical Moravian light train locomotive, in the service until 1953. 310.134 is saved for museum purposes.

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310.2

One more relative of the „Coffee-grinders“ made since 1881 for the Czech Commercial Railways. 4 pcs were taken over to CSD and they served out in Kopidlno, 1930.

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312.7

2 locomotives were made in 1907 for the ancient light railway Ceska Lipa (Boehmisch Leipa) - Ceska Kamenice (Kamnitz) where it was in operation till 1949.

312.7

313.4

Light raiways locomotive from 1890 used on certain railways of north-east Bohemia and north Moravia. Operated until 1966, 313.432 is saved for museum.

313.4

314.2

Shunting engine of the Austrian Northwest Railway from 1881, at CSD until 1965.

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320.0

After the famous „coffee-grinders“ class 97 (CSD class 310.0) had occured to be no more suitable for the increasing transport on certain light railways, there appeared class 99 engines in the year of 1897. They were in service in Karlovy Vary (Karlsbad), Mlada Boleslav, Bezdruzice (Weseritz) and elsewhere until 1966.

320.0

321.0

8 locomotives made 1889 for the Moravian Western Railway (Prostejov - Trebovice, Chornice/Kornitz - Velke Opatovice), discarded until 1939.

321.0

324.2

Austrian class 59 from 1893, in 1918 - 1931 for CSD  freight trains in Rakovnik engine shed, later on local railways, discarded till 1949.

324.2

333.0

Austrian class 131 for freight trains (at State Railways Company originally class IV fI) from 1887, 1918 - 1953 it was concentrated for shunting in Prague railway junction.

333.0

333.1

Since 1893 a standard freight trains locomotive at Northern Railway of Emperor Ferdinand, in Moravia it survived until 1964. Somewhere it was used also for light passenger trains.

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Remark: The images of classes 300.6, 310.0 and 310.2 are based on the Nexusś images of 310.0.