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Make
NIKON CORPORATION
Model
NIKON D80
Shutter Speed
1/320 second
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F/9.0
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28 mm
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1600
Date Taken
May 15, 2010, 1:08:00 PM
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DRG BR 01 202 'Pacific' by SwissTrain DRG BR 01 202 'Pacific' by SwissTrain
DRG Class 01
BR 01 202 „Pacific“

Type: First standardised steam express passenger locomotive
Manufacturer: AEG, BMAG, Borsig, Henschel, Hohenzollern, Krupp
Numeration:
Number photo-train: DRG 01 202
Fabrication No. photo-train: 202
Building year photo-train: 1936
Quantity: 231 + 10 former Class 02
Manufacturing years: 1926-1938
Rejection/Retired: 1982
Wheel arrangement US: 4-6-2
Axle arrangement German: 2’C1
Type: S 36.20
Gauge: 1435 mm
Length over buffers: 23.94 meters
Height: 4.55 meters
Service weight (Loco): 108.9 tons
Service weight (Vehicule): 169 tons
Adhesive weight: 59.2 tons
Axle load: 20.2 tons
Top Speed: 130 kph (forwards) 50 kph (backwards)
Driving wheel diameter: 2000 mm
Leading wheel diameter: 1000 mm
Trailing wheel diameter: 1250 mm
Power: 1'648 kW (2'250 PS)
Valve gear: Walschaerts (Heusinger) with lifting left
Number of cylinders: 2
Cylinder bore: 600 mm
Piston stroke: 660 mm
Boiler Overpressure: 16 bar
Number Heatingtubes: 107
Number Smoketubes: 70
Grate area: 4.32 m2
Superheater area: 85 m2
Tender: 2’2’ T 34
Evaporative heating area: 247.15 m2
Water capacity: 34 m3
Fuel capacity: 10 tons hard coal

Former Operator: Deutsche Reichsbahn (DR), Deutsche Bahn (DB)
Operator (2010): Verein Pacific 01 202
Owner (2010): Verein Pacific 01 202
Home (2010): Lyss, Canton Bern, Switzerland

Train History: DRG 01 202 „Pacific“
1937 Dresden Altstadt
1944 Ludwigshafen (Rhein)
1945 Würzburg
1945 Frankfurt am Main
1948 Darmstadt
1948 Nürnberg Hbf
1955 Würzburg
1958 Nürnburg Hbf
1959 Bw Hof
1975 z-Stellung rejection, used as Heating-Loco
1975 (Octobre) Arrival in Münsigen start of Mainrevision
1983 Transfer to Thun in multiple parts
1988 Transfer St.Sulpice in one piece (cold)
1995 Bern-Holligen re-Steamed and axle controls
1995 Bahnhoffest Schwarzenburg, Steamtrain Bern-Ins
Niederbottigen, accomodation in Neuchâtel (SBB Depot)
1999 Transfer to the Old-Loco-Remise Lyss

Location: Interlaken Ost, Canton Bern, Switzerland
Note: You see it was raining probably the whole two days, i got some drops on my lens, but I hope you like the picture nevertheless.
One of 3 operating DRG Class 01! Every year there are investet about 2000 working hours. That is worked by the Verein Pacific 01 202 in Switzerland. This loco was last in service with the DB and had Witte smoke deflectors. It has retained its original boiler, but lost the front apron. After its retirement in 1975, the egnine was rebuilt again over 20 years with great initiative and made operational again. It was given a red livery stripe on the tender at the height of the running plate. At the moment (2012) she is in the Dampflokwerke Meiningen and awaits a new boiler.
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:iconrock-raider:
That's a good-looking engine.:)
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:iconswisstrain:
thank you, yeah the team whose operating here takes hell of care for her :D
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:icon1940rio:
I could watch videos of these all day. I love these trains! <33333
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:iconswisstrain:
me too :), naaa I love my girlfriend first and then the trains come :)
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