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Home > Steam > 46001

46001 to 46025

  • Axle: 2'D
  • Total quantity: 25
  • First year: 1926, 1932-35
  • Manufacturer: Henschel, Krupp

These locos are devided into 2 sub-class that externally differs in details

  • 46001 to 46010, built in 1929
  • 46011 to 46025, built in 1932

There are three spotting tips to recognize the second class from the first:

  • the first series have no smoke deflectors.
  • in the second series the running board are higher above the wheels, clearing all the wheels and rods.
  • in the second series the four domes have been reduced to two by using combined steam/sand domes

History

Also custom built for Turkey, these engines where fully designed by borrowing component from the German standard locomotives of the times. Parts where borrowed in particular from the P8 and the G8. In fact, the first batch resembles a "Stretched P8".

A similar approach was done for the 57001 designed and built soon after.

Original and Manufacturers’ Numbering

TCDD NumberCFOA NumberManufacturerManuf. NbrDate
46001551Henschel207091926
46002552Henschel207101926
46003553Henschel207111926
46004554Henschel207121926
46005555Henschel207131926
46006556Henschel207141926
46007557Henschel207151926
46008558Henschel207161926
46009559Henschel207171926
46010560Henschel207181926
46011 Henschel220791932
46012 Henschel220801932
46013 Henschel220811932
46014 Krupp12381932
46015 Krupp12391932
46016 Henschel222051933
46017 Henschel222061933
46018 Henschel222071933
46019 Krupp12901933
46020 Krupp12911933
46021 Krupp14711935
46022 Krupp14721935
46023 Henschel227381935
46024 Henschel227391935
46025 Henschel227401935

Pictures

46008 outside Ankara Depot. 19th August 1955. Photo Alan Swale

46008 outside Ankara Depot. 19th August 1955. Photo Alan Swale

46009 outside Eskişehir Depot. 19th April 1955. Photo Alan Swale

46009 outside Eskişehir Depot. 19th April 1955. Photo Alan Swale

Awaiting at Yenice on 2nd April 1974 was 46020. Photo Robin Lush

Awaiting at Yenice on 2nd April 1974 was 46020, a Krupp of 1933. Photo Robin Lush

46025: maybe the tallest wheels that can be seen in Anatolia. This unit belongs to the 2nd sub-class Çamlık museum, August 1996. Photo JP Charrey

46025: maybe the tallest wheels that can be seen in Anatolia. This unit belongs to the 2nd sub-class Çamlık museum, August 1996. Photo JP Charrey

46025 Çamlık museum, 1995, photo Peter Crush

46025 Çamlık museum, 1995, photo Peter Crush

46020 dumped in Mersin, July 1992, Photo Marius Declerck 46020 dumped in Mersin, July 1992, Photo Marius Declerck

46020 dumped in Mersin, July 1992, Photo Marius Declerck

Engine main characteristics

Engine
Engine axle type2'D
Driving wheel dia1650 mm
Front bissel wheel dia1000 mm
Number of cylinder2
Cylinder diameter630 mm
Piston stroke660 mm
Boiler pressure12 bar
Grate surface3,03 m2
Boiler pipe length5 m
Heating surface180,5 m2
Superheating surface68,25 m2
Fixed wheel base length4 m
Coupled wheel base length6 m
Overall wheel base10,1 m
Weight empty80,5 T
Weight loaded88,5 T
Adhesion weight66,1 T
Load per driving wheel16,525 T
Max speed80 km/h
Tractive effort14,3 T
Power (HP)1550 HP
Tender
Tender axle type2'2'
Tender water capacity27 m3
Tender coal capacity8 T
Tender weight empty25,5 T
Tender weight loaded60,5 T
Engine + Tender
Loc + tender length22 m
Loc + tender weight149 T

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