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Steam Locomotive Roster, Page 2

This page contains information of locomotives which were never rostered under the post-independence Indonesian railway (Djawatan Kereta Api).

NIS 1435 mm gauge

Number Wheel
Arrangement
Year of
Introduction
Builder Builder's
Number
Note
1-2 0-4-2T 1865 Borsig 1595-1596  
3-6 0-4-2 1866 Beyer Peacock 700-703  
7 0-4-0T 1866 Hunslet 10 Sold 1877
7(2nd) 0-6-0T 1881 Borsig 3791  
8 0-4-0T 1867 Evrard 103 Scrapped 1904
9 0-4-0 1869 (English) ? Written off 1874
10-12 0-4-2 1869 Beyer Peacock 825-827 12 written off 1914
13-14 0-6-0T 1870 Borsig 2402-2403  
15-16 0-4-2 1870 Beyer Peacock 926-927  
17-19 0-4-2 1872 Beyer Peacock 1145-1147  
20-21 0-4-2 1875 Beyer Peacock 1509-1510  
22-23 0-4-2 1880 Beyer Peacock 1852-1853  
24-25 0-4-2 1884 Beyer Peacock 2397-2398  
26-27 0-6-0 1885 Beyer Peacock 2573-2574  
28-29 0-4-2 1893 Beyer Peacock 3537-3538  
30-31 0-4-2 1898 Beyer Peacock 3938-3939  
32-33 0-4-2 1901 Beyer Peacock 4297-4298  
51-53 2-6-2T 1903 Werkspoor 66-68 Put in reserve 1929
54-57 2-6-2T 1905-6 Werkspoor 133-136
61-64 2-8-0 1912 Hartmann 3538-3541  
65-68 2-8-0 1922-3 Hartmann 4532-4535  
81-86 4-6-0 1902 Hartmann 2767-2772  
87-88 4-6-0 1906 Hartmann 2947-2948  
89-90 4-6-0 1910 Hartmann 3402-3403  
91-94 4-6-0 1914 Hartmann 3775-3778  
101-104 0-4-0Tr 1894 Backer & Rueb 104-107 103 regauged to 1067 mm,
renumbered 209 in 1919
105 0-6-0T 1885 Hanomag 1567  
106 0-6-0T 1895 Hanomag 2656  
107 0-6-0T 1901 Hanomag 3636  
121-124 4-6-0 1923 Hartmann 4582-4585  
131-134 4-6-0 (1940) Werkspoor 783-786 Order cancelled
151-156 0-6-0T 1910 Werkspoor 260-265  
157-160 0-6-0T 1912 Werkspoor 296-299  

Note:
Several 1435 mm gauge locomotives survived (dumped) in Lempuyangan works, Yogyakarta, until the 1970s. For further information, see A.E. Durrant, PNKA Power Parade.

NIS 1067 mm gauge

Original
Number
Final
Number
Wheel
Arrangement
Year of
Introduction
Builder Builder's
Number
Note
4-6 301-303 2-4-0T 1872 Beyer Peacock 1060-1062 Written off 1905-15
10-11 304-305 2-4-0T 1879 Beyer Peacock 1873-1874 Written off 1911-17
7-9 333-335 2-4-0T 1879 Beyer Peacock 1872, ? Written off 1930-35
103 209 0-4-0Tr (1919) Backer & Rueb 106 Regauged from 103
  201-202 0-4-0Tr 1897 Backer & Rueb 132-133  
  203-206 0-4-0Tr 1898 Backer & Rueb 148-151  
  381-385 4-6-0 1919 Werkspoor 434-438 See note
  386-390 4-6-0 1921 Henschel 18450-18454
  391-395 4-6-0 1923 Werkspoor 511-515
  396-400 4-6-0 1922 Beyer Peacock 6114-6118

Note:
381-400 renumbered by the Japanese in the C52 series and regauged to metre gauge
- 384, 385, 387-389, 391, 393, 394, 398 and 400 to Malaya
- 382, 383, 392, 395-397 and 399 to Thailand
- 381 and 386 to Vietnam
- 390 scrapped

SS Java, South Sumatra and Celebes

Original
Number
   Final   
Number
Wheel
Arrangement
Year of
Introduction
Builder    Builder's   
Number
Note
BOS 1-8,
later 268-275
1-8 2-4-0T 1898 Beyer Peacock ?  
142-145 9-12 2-4-0T 1883 Hanomag 1568-1571  
13-15 13-14 2-4-0T 1880 Sharp Stewart ? Original 14 scrapped 1906
69-70 15-16 2-4-0T 1888 Sharp Stewart ?  
Havenwerken,
later 110-112
17-19 0-4-0T 1885 Hohenzollern ?  
Atjehtram,
later 116
20 0-4-0T 1886 Hohenzollern ?  
SV 1-24, later
501-524
24-45 0-6-0T 1894 Cockerill 1842-1865 All except SV 2-3, 5-7, 12, 16, 21 retired 1930s,
the rest reclassified as C13 and C22
6-12 46-52 2-4-0T 1878 Fox Walker ?  
1-5 53-57 0-6-0T 1878-1879 Fox Walker ?  
154-169 58-73 0-6-0T 1892-1893 Hartmann 1798-1813 Scrapped 1930s
BDSM 1-2 105-106 0-4-0Tr 1897 Backer & Rueb 142, 146  
BDSM 3-5 107-109 0-4-0T 1898 Krauss 3957-3959  
BDSM 7 111 0-4-0T 1901 Krauss 4568  
Havenwerken 113 0-6-0T 1885 Hohenzollern ? Written off 1906
Atjehtram 114-115 0-6-0T 1885 Hohenzollern ? Written off 1906
57 150 0-4-0T 1879 Hanomag 1201 Sold 1916 to Forestry Department
19-31 201-213 2-4-0 1880 Sharp Stewart 2906-2918 Surviving members of the class reclassified as B50
33-35 215-217 2-4-0 1880 Sharp Stewart 2920-2922
37 219 2-4-0 1881 Sharp Stewart 2934
40-41 222-223 2-4-0 1881 Sharp Stewart 2937-2938
43-44 225-226 2-4-0 1883 Sharp Stewart 2959-2960
46 228 2-4-0 1883 Sharp Stewart 2962
61 230 2-4-0 1882 Sharp Stewart 3013
63 232 2-4-0 1882 Sharp Stewart 3015
64-67 233-236 2-4-0 1883 Sharp Stewart ?
78 238 2-4-0 1884 Sharp Stewart 3105
81-82 241-242 2-4-0 1884 Sharp Stewart 3108-3109
86 244 2-4-0 1884 Sharp Stewart 3196
88-90 246-248 2-4-0 1884 Sharp Stewart 3198-3200
92-94 250-252 2-4-0 1886 Sharp Stewart 3346-3348
134-138 253-257 2-4-0 1891-2 Sharp Stewart ?
205 258 2-4-0 1895 Sharp Stewart ?
213-219 259-265 2-4-0 1896 Sharp Stewart ?
47-48 301-302 2-6-0T 1879 Hartmann 1040-1041 Surviving members of the class reclassified as C11
50 304 2-6-0T 1879 Hartmann 1043
53 307 2-6-0T 1879 Hartmann 1046
96 323 2-6-0T 1886 Hartmann 1430
147 347 2-6-0T 1891 Hartmann 1760
149-153 401-405 2-6-0T 1892 Hartmann 1789-1793 Sold for scrap 1930s,
surviving members of the class reclassified as C12
170-173 406-409 2-6-0T 1892 Hartmann 1794-1797
174 410 2-6-0T 1893 Hartmann 1938
176-183 412-419 2-6-0T 1893 Hartmann 1940-1947
184-188 420-424 2-6-0T 1894 Hartmann 1977-1981
189-194 425-430 2-6-0T 1895 Hartmann 2044-2049
195-203 431-439 2-6-0T 1895 Hartmann 2051-2059
211 446 2-6-0T 1896 Hartmann 2108
238 466 2-6-0T 1896 Hartmann 2161
Solo Vallei 1T-2T 0-4-0T 1908 Krauss ? 600 mm gauge
1001-1005 101T-105T 0-4-2T 1909 A. Koppel 413-417
1011-1013 201T-203T 0-8-0T 1912-1913 Hartmann 3547-3549
1014-1016 301T-303T 0-8-0T 1913 Hartmann 3550-3552

Note:
Some ex-SS locomotives which were given DKA numbers probably never ran after independence. These include:
- B5013-14, which were out of use in 1942
- C3001-21, except C3009, which were regauged to metre gauge and sent elsewhere by the Japanese
- DD5001-08, which were dismantled in the 1930s and probably scrapped

A number of ex-SS 600 mm gauge locomotives found their way to Sragi sugar mill:
- SS 201T became Sragi 13, currently stored
- SS 202T became Sragi 12
- SS 203T became Sragi 16
- SS 301T became Sragi 18, currently stored

Steam Trams

Original
Number
Final
Number
Wheel
Arrangement
Year of
Introduction
Builder Builder's
Number
Note
SJS 1-5   0-4-0Tr 1882 Beyer Peacock 2237-2241  
SJS 6-9   0-4-0Tr 1883 Beyer Peacock 2291-2294  
SJS 10-12   0-4-0Tr 1884 Beyer Peacock 2405-2407  
SJS 15 OJS 30 0-4-0Tr 1884 Beyer Peacock 2578  
SJS 16 OJS 28 0-4-0Tr 1885 Beyer Peacock 2653 Scrapped 1931
SJS 20 OJS 35 0-4-0Tr 1888 Beyer Peacock 2977 Scrapped 1934
PGSM 1-2 SJS 23-24 0-4-0Tr 1884 Beyer Peacock 2409-2410 Written off 1926-1933
SJS 25-27   0-4-0Tr 1899 Beyer Peacock 3540-3542 Scrapped 1934-1937
SJS 28 OJS 28 (2nd) 0-4-0Tr 1899 Beyer Peacock 3543 Retired 1931
SJS 29-30   0-4-0Tr 1895 Beyer Peacock 3669-3670  
SJS 31-32   0-4-0Tr 1895 Beyer Peacock 3675-3676 Scrapped 1937
SJS 33-35   0-4-0Tr 1898 Beyer Peacock 3963-3965 Scrapped
OJS 1-12   0-4-0Tr 1889-1890 Backer & Rueb 55-66 Disused 1923, scrapped 1929 except as noted
OJS 17   0-4-0Tr 1895 Beyer Peacock 3671  
JSM 1-4,
later SCS 1-4
SJS 91-94 0-4-0T 1884 Hohenzollern 347-350  
SCS 5-24   0-4-0Tr 1896-7 Beyer Peacock 3775-3794  
SCS 25-28   0-4-0Tr 1899 Beyer Peacock 4122-4125  
MT 26-27   0-4-0Tr 1897 Hohenzollern 1056-1057  
PsSM 1-3   0-4-0Tr 1896 Backer & Rueb 118-120  
PsSM 8 PbSM 8 0-4-0Tr 1897 Hohenzollern 1023 Scrapped 1942
PsSM 13   0-4-0Tr 1899 Hohenzollern 1197  
PbSM 1-2 PsSM 4-5 0-4-0Tr 1896 Backer & Rueb 123-124  
PbSM 3   0-4-0Tr 1896 Backer & Rueb 125  
PbSM 9   0-4-0Tr 1897 Hohenzollern 1027 Scrapped 1942
MS 11   0-4-0Tr 1902 Hohenzollern 1324  

Note:
Some ex-OJS Backer & Rueb steam trams went to sugar mills.
- OJS 2, later Tasik Madu IX, is dumped in the mill, Karanganyar, Central Java
- OJS 11, named "Simbah", is preserved in Sugar Museum, Gondang Baru sugar mill, Klaten, Central Java

SS West Sumatra

Number Wheel
Arrangement
Year of
Introduction
Builder Builder's
Number
Note
? 0-4-0T ? ? ?  
? 2-4-0RT 1888 Esslingen 2263-2268  
27-30 2-4-0RT 1894 Saronno 2269-2272 Written off 1921
31-36 0-4-2RT 1889 Esslingen 2424-2429
37-41 0-4-2RT 1892 Esslingen 2515-2519
42-45 0-4-2RT 1894 Esslingen 2634-2637
56-57 0-4-2RT 1902 Esslingen 3068-3069
58-59 0-4-2RT 1899 Esslingen 2512-2513
60 0-4-0RT 1892 Esslingen 2514
61-62 0-4-0RT 1893 Esslingen 2589-2590
63-65 2-4-0RT 1896 Esslingen 2802-2804
66-68 0-4-0RT 1898 Esslingen 2958-2960
70 0-4-0RT 1901 Esslingen 3177
71 0-4-0RT 1904 Esslingen 3320

Deli Railway

Number Wheel
Arrangement
Year of
Introduction
Builder Builder's
Number
Note
1-2 0-4-0T 1883 Hagans 161-162 Sold 1896, 1893
4 0-4-2T 1884 Hohenzollern 317 Written off 1931
5 0-4-2T 1885 Hohenzollern 318  
7 0-4-2T 1886 Hohenzollern 315 Retired 1942
10-12 0-4-2T 1887 Hohenzollern 456-458 Retired 1931-3
15 0-4-2T 1890 Hohenzollern 549 Retired 1930
16 0-4-2T 1891 Hohenzollern 584 Retired 1930
30 0-4-0T 1902 Krauss 3565 To West Sumatra for construction of Pekanbaru line 1942
49 0-4-0T 1915 Hagans ? Scrapped 1929
56 0-4-2T ? Pulu Brayan 1  

Source:
De Stoomtractie op Java en Sumatra by J.J.G. Oegema

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Created by Indra Krishnamurti
With corrections by Piotr Staszewski
Last updated May 11, 2001